Jamaica Gleaner Sport

Published: Monday Sunday | January 17, 2010

Rampant Hinds lifts Jamaica
BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC):Half-centuries from Wavell Hinds, Donovan Pagon, Tamar Lambert and Carlton Baugh Jr batted Jamaica into a virtually impregnable position on the second day of their second-round WICB regional first-class game against Leewards... Read More...

Extol sparkles at Forrest meet
Wolmer's Boys 400 metres hurdler, Dwayne Extol, sparkled at yesterday's Douglas Forrest Invitational meet at the National Stadium. Read More...

Stoute, Haynes put Barbados in front
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis (CMC):Workmanlike half-cen-turies from Kevin Stoute and Jason Haynes helped Barbados across the threshold to first innings points over Combined Campuses & Colleges in the WICB regional first-class championship yesterday. Read More...

Walker, Nelson share spotlight
Champion jockey Omar Walker and Dane Nelson rode three winners each to share the honours at Caymanas Park yesterday. Read More...

Sunshine Girls get 'home' in Barbican
The Jamaica Netball Association (JNA) was presented with keys to a five-bedroom house by Prime Minister Bruce Golding, during a handover ceremony held on the lawns of the property 17 Widcombe Road, Kingston 6.The house is... Read More...

Classy Chelsea win 7-2
LONDON (AP):Leaders Chelsea stormed to a 7-2 victory in the Premier League over Sunderland yesterday while second-place Manchester United laboured past Burnley and Manchester City lost for the first time under Roberto Mancini.Frank Lampard and Nicolas... Read More...

A good start for Jamaica's cricketers
The 2010 regional four-day cricket season got under way last weekend, and like the Combined Campuses and Colleges, Jamaica, the two-time defending champions, got away to a winning start.Up against last year's runners-up, the Windward Islands, Jamaica,... Read More...

Gov't targets $13m in earnings from Trelawny stadium
The government is hoping that the Trelawny stadium will generate at least $13 million in revenue this year, as they look to address the underusage of the 45-acre venue that was constructed in 2007 with a US$30-million... Read More...

Clash of old rivals, Waterhouse, H View in end-of-round final
All is set for what is expected to be another epic battle between old foes this evening inside the National Stadium, when second-round form team Waterhouse tackle... Read More...

INSPORTS parish finals
The Kingston and St Andrew parish champions in the inaugural Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) All-Island Community Football Championship will be decided today at the Barbican playing field.Jungle 12 will meet Franklyn Town in the... Read More...

Lime, Broilers clash today
The Business House cricket season comes to an end today when defending champions Lime oppose arch-rivals Jamaica Broilers in the Digicel cricket series Reggae Jammin 50-over league final at Kensington Park, starting at 10... Read More...