Jamaica Gleaner Sport
Published: Monday Thursday | March 26, 2009
Harbour View win
In a top-of-the-table showdown, Harbour View defeated Boys' Town 2-1 in Digicel Premier League action at Collie Smith Drive yesterday.Harbour View maintained their lead by advancing to 57 points. Portmore United, who started the day joint leaders on 54 points... Read More...Hodges hat-trick hobbles Village
WESTERN BUREAU: A hat-trick by Devon Hodges gave Rivoli United a 3-1 victory over Village United in the Digicel Premier League match at the Elleston Wakeland Centre in Falmouth yesterday. Hodges opened the scoring in the 40th minute... Read More...Dyson focuses on positives
BRIDGETOWN (CMC): Coach John Dyson took the West Indies through a solid training session at Kensington Oval yesterday while their players' union boss was engrossed in a lengthy meeting with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) over contentious... Read More...Australia coach lists Jamaica among favourites
Simone McKinnis, coach of Australia's Under-21 netball team, said Jamaica's Under-21s will be one of the favourites to win this year's World Youth Championships (WYC), which will be held in Cook Islands in August. McKinnis made her assessment of the junior Sunshine Girls... Read More...Woodbine gets deal at Charleston
CHARLESTON, South Carolina (CMC): Jamaican defender O'Brian Woodbine has signed for the United Soccer Leagues (USL) First Division side Charleston Battery for the 2009 season.Charleston Battery added three players to their roster last weekend... Read More...'We're getting better at the right time'
BASED on current form and their recent victory over Bull Bay, Calvert Fitzgerald, coach of leaders August Town, believes his team is peaking at the right time in their bid to win the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA)/Claro Super League... Read More...Flintoff ready for third ODI
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): West Indies will have to deal with the threat of England's talismanic all-rounder Freddie Flintoff when they go in search of a series-leading win in tomorrow's third one-day international (ODI) at Kensington Oval.... Read More...Granville soar but Seba falter
Western Bureau: Seba United stumbled and second-place Granville soared last weekend as action continued in the 2009 Captain's Bakery Western Super Football League with six second-round games across western Jamaica. Playing away to mid-table Clarke's Town... Read More...Reifer would still play for Windies
Former West Indies middle-order batsman Floyd Reifer says he would represent the regional team again if he is selected. The 36-year-old, who represented the West Indies in four Tests and two one-day internationals between 1997 and 1999, has so far scored two first-class... Read More...Cock Robin seals perfect trend
Jockey Richard Mitchell and trainer Lazel Khwalsingh were at it again at Caymanas Park yesterday, both teaming up to win race No. 3 in the first CTL Claiming Series over 1000 metres with 7-2 chance COCK ROBIN. The jockey-and-trainer combination thus maintained... Read More...