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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Tuesday | March 7, 2006

'Bimbo' to ride at track on Saturday
NEW YORK-based Jamaican jockey Emilio 'Bimbo' Rodriquez is scheduled to ride at Caymanas Park on Saturday for the first time in just over six years. The legendary horseman, who recently came out of retirement to ride at Aqueduct...

West Indies to gamble on Bravo as a batsman
AUCKLAND, New Zealand CMC: IN THE wake of his consistent performances with the bat on the tour of Australia last November, Dwayne Bravo may play as a specialist batsman in the West Indies final 11 for the opening Test against New Zealand...


Financial problems hurting team - King
AUCKLAND, New Zealand CMC: AT A time when the West Indies team is struggling desperately to regain lost prestige and respect, the woeful financial status of the game in the region is weighing down the effort to effect a recovery.


'Tappa' makes NPL return
WESTERN BUREAU: FORMER NATIONAL captain and midfield maestro Theodore 'Tappa' Whitmore made his return to local football in a thrilling 1-1 draw between MoBay's Seba United and leaders Harbour View on Sunday night at Jarrett Park...


Grooms reject proposed pay increase
RACEHORSE GROOMS at Caymanas Park are restive, having rejected a proposed 20 per cent pay increase at a meeting of the Grooms' Association last Thursday at the track. Paul Pancho, president of the Grooms' Association of Jamaica...


FROM THE BOUNDARY - Well said, Sir Gary
SIR GARY Sobers is not a talker. Although, based on his experience, his skills and his greatness he knows the game, Sobers seldom, if ever, joins in a discussion or an argument about the game of cricket...


National Supply boosts Knights
HAVING GOT off to a sensational start to the 2006 KFC/bmobile National Basketball season, Urban Knights received more good news on Sunday in the form of a half million-dollar sponsorship from long time supporters National Supply Company Limited.


D-Day for Southern Conference schoolboys
LEVEL AT one game apiece, Wolmer's face St. Catherine while Calabar face St. George's College as the cream of the KFC/ISSA High School Southern Conference basketball crop collide in a winner take all showdown at the National Stadium...


Kensington make winning start
FORMER SUPER Cup champions Kensington, St. James, St. Catherine Cricket Association, Trelawny and Police all recorded first round victories in the 2006 Red Stripe Cricket Championship on Sunday. At Elgin Town: - Kensington defeated Hanover by 67 runs.

















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