Jamaica Gleaner Sport

Published: Monday Wednesday | January 6, 2010

Full of optimism - Confident regional teams take aim at crown - Captains disappointed with reduced format
The five overseas teams participating in this weekend's opening round matches in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Four-day Championship arrived in the island yesterday, full of optimism they can lift the crown. Read More...

Vigilant ICC moves to block out corruption
AUCKLAND, New Zealand (CMC):Cricket's world governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), is taking a firmer stance on corruption for the Under-19 World Cup scheduled to bowl off here next week.ICC chief executive Haroon Lorgat said this week... Read More...

Gayle missing, but WA win
PERTH, Australia (CMC):In Chris Gayle's absence, opener Shaun Marsh slammed the first century of the Twenty20 Big Bash to catapult struggling Western Australia (WA) to a comprehensive 127-run victory over New South Wales (NSW) in a must-win encounter ... Read More...

Bryan, Gordon add firepower to Stars of the East
Striker Kavin Bryan is set to make is much anticipated return to the Digicel Premier League for Harbour View when they oppose Village United tomorrow at the Harbour View Mini Stadium. Bryan, who represented the national team last year, returns... Read More...

Lewis believes his qualification merits national coaching job
Calvin Lewis, a member of Arnett Gardens' coaching staff and coach of Major League outfit Police National, deems himself as being one of the most qualified coaches in Jamaica and believes he should be a part of the national... Read More...

Harbour View hunt maximum pts
League leaders Harbour View, who can ill afford to lose more ground in a tight race for a spot in the Digicel Premier League's (DPL) second End-of-Round final, are hell-bent on securing maximum points when they host Village United at home... Read More...

UWI gives ballers chance to score with scholarships
High school footballers from across the island will be given the opportunity to showcase their talent at the inaugural University of the West Indies (UWI) Football Scholarship Festival, which will commence on Thursday at the Mona campus... Read More...

STETHS to launch title defence against Newell
Reigning national cricket champions St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) will open the defence of the ISSA/Grace rural area knockout competition against Newell High, when the competition bowls off next week Tuesday.... Read More...