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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Tuesday | October 4, 2005

US$28m deal for regional cricket
ST. JOHNS, Antigua: REGIONAL CRICKET got a timely shot in the arm yesterday when Antiguan businessman and developer, Allen Stanford, announced a US$28m sponsorship of a Caribbean Twenty/20 competition to be played at the picturesque Sticky Wicket Ground..

Jamaica crushed by nine wickets
WILDEY, Barbados, CMC: THE LEEWARD Islands got their 2005 President's Trophy campaign off to a perfect start with a comfortable nine-wicket victory over the highly fancied Jamaica at Banks Brewery yesterday.


Lowe moves on Waterhouse
SHOWN THE door by Arnett Gardens last Friday, former national striker Onandi Lowe yesterday approached Waterhouse where he has been welcomed with open arms by manager Peter Hibbert.


Wolmer's shut out Ascot
WOLMER'S BOYS registered their fifth consecutive win with a comfortable 2-0 margin over Ascot in their Group F ISSA/Pepsi/JN Manning Cup encounter at Heroes Circle yesterday.


William Knibb take charge
WESTERN BUREAU: WILLIAM KNIBB High School took over sole leadership in Zone A of the ISSA/Pepsi/Jamaica National daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition yesterday when a double strike by Vifroy Kirlew gave them a 2-0 win over St. James High...


FROM THE BOUNDARY - President Gordon's World Cup plan
BOARD PRESIDENT Ken Gordon appears to be one of the growing numbers of West Indians who believe that the West Indies can win the World Cup in 2007.


Supreme Ventures puts up $5.5m for 2-y-o series
HORSE RACING received a shot in the arm with Supreme Ventures putting up a whopping $5.5 million for a lucrative three-race series for native bred two-year-olds, with total purse money of $7.5 million.


H View look to kick floundering habit
HARBOUR VIEW'S coach Donovan Hayles has voiced concerns about his team's tendency not to maintain a high level of performance in the second half of their matches, following a 2-1 win over Montego Bay's Seba United in Sunday's late fixture.


Jamaica take aim at WI full bore title
JAMAICA WILL take aim at the BWIA Trophy as West Indies Full Bore Championships shoot off at Twickenham Park today. Guyana are the defending champions and they will face challenges from Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Bermuda and hosts Jamaica...



















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