Jamaica Gleaner Sport
Published: Monday Sunday | December 27, 2009
Col Wales rules supreme
Highly fancied COLONEL WALES turned in a smashing performance to win the $4.35 million Supreme Ventures Jamaica 2-Y-O Stakes over 1600 metres at Caymanas Park yesterday, turning the tables on recent conqueror CLASSY PROSPECT in the process. Read More...Hilaire defends WICB's decision on 2010 season
West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) chief executive, Ernest Hilaire has chided players union president, Dinanath Ramnarine over his public criticism of the shortened regional first-class season, and says the board had taken a financially prudent decision in cutting back on the number of matches in next year's championship. Read More...Recession had US tuning in, not heading out
"Take me out to the ballgame," the old song goes. Americans, however, may have been too busy channel surfing to do that this year. Television, it turns out, was where Americans turned to satisfy their craving for sports in the recession-plagued year of 2009. Read More...Congrats Windies, many thanks 'Syddie'
Christmas is the time when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a time to be merry, a time of good cheer, and as we continue to eat and drink, and to lift our glasses in a toast of good will to all men, as sportsmen and sportswomen, we should also remember two things that happened in sport recently. Read More...Phillips ready to chase top football title in Norway
THE first wasn't all that hot. So it is quite understandable why Demar Phillips is looking forward to action in the next title challenge in the Norwegian football premiership. Read More...Chelsea draw again
Chelsea missed the chance to go seven points clear at the top of the Premier League when it was held to a 0-0 draw at Birmingham on Saturday. Read More...'Good' WI squad for Under-19 World Cup
Jamaican Andre Creary has been appointed captain of a 15-man West Indies squad announced on Thursday to do battle in next year's ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in New Zealand. Read More...Delicate balance in Durban
England wrestled the initiative from South Africa in a final session shortened by bad light and rain on the first day of the second Test on Saturday, grabbing three wickets within six overs at Kingsmead Stadium. Read More...