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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Friday | August 26, 2005

Smith out to play spoiler
JAMAICA'S WORLD triple jump champion, Trecia Smith, has a golden chance to play the spoiler today. If the 29-year-old can beat Russia's Tatyana Lebedeva at the Memorial Van Damme meet in Brussels...

Shelton move thwarted
YOUNG REGGAE Boy Luton Shelton's ambitions of playing for English Championship division team Burnley have been put on hold after he was denied a work permit by the United Kingdom's Home Office yesterday.


Boyz game called off
THE FRIENDLY football encounter between Jamaica's new-look Reggae Boyz and Guatemala this weekend at Jarrett Park has been called off. In a press release issued by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), it was announced that Guatemala won't be able...


Richardson back in the fold
ANDREW RICHARDSON was shaping up to explode into the Test arena in 2000 when a stress fracture to the back relegated him to the sidelines. The Jamaican pacer came back with a bang last year though, taking 36 wickets in nine games at an average of 18.50.


WICB auditors angered by leak of sponsorship details
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua, CMC: GREGORY GEORGES and Avondale Thomas have expressed grave concern over the publication of certain aspects of the West Indies Cricket Board's Sponsorship Negotiations Review Committee report.


FROM THE BOUNDARY - The new committee and the World Cup
RAWLE BRANCKER and Chris Dehring, the chairman and managing director respectively of Cricket World Cup 2007 Inc., have promised the world that the next World Cup will be the best ever.


Knights bounce into final
URBAN KNIGHTS rebounded from a huge first-quarter deficit to knock off St George's Slayers 58-51 in the Jamaica Basketball Associations DHL Knockout Classic on Wednesday night at the National Stadium outdoor courts.


HORSE SENSE - Cooling out
I RECENTLY came across a most interesting article on the importance of keeping horses comfortable in hot weather. I thought I would share some of these ideas with interested horsemen especially at this time...


















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