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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Sunday | April 9, 2006

Ja in control at Tryall
MONTEGO BAY: JAMAICA TOOK a crucial step closer to survival in Davis Cup Americas Zone Group Two when they clinched the doubles rubber against Guatemala at Tryall yesterday.

Jamaica Broilers increases basketball sponsorship
FOR THE third consecutive year, the Jamaica Broilers Group will be the title sponsors of the Old Harbour Primary School Basketball League.


Reggae Boyz fly out today for friendly
JAMAICA'S REGGAE Boyz will depart shortly after nine o'clock this morning for the United States, to engage their hosts in an international friendly on Tuesday evening at 6:00 p.m.


Portmore's Barrett making the right moves
WHEN HIS coach pulled him from a defensive position back in 2000 and tried to plant him between Waterworks FC's goalposts during the Hanover Division One football competition, Jacomena Barrett protested profusely.


Marlon Samuels puts Melbourne in front
Marlon Samuels scored a century on yesterday's opening day of Melbourne's two-day Super Cup cricket game against Lucas at Melbourne Oval but had to share the spotlight with paceman Ashuman Kentish who bagged seven wickets for 74 bowling.


G.C. Foster take double
PETA-GAYE BECKFORD won four events to help G.C. Foster College win the women's section of the intercollegiate track and field championships at G.C. Foster College yesterday.


Lady Ballari upsets at 20-1 in feature
LADY BALLARI, running at odds of 20-1 with Panamanian jockey Ameth Robles aboard, held off a late challenge from highly fancied SIR CHACHA BABA to win the circular nine feature for the Dr. David 'Jack' Radix Memorial Cup at Caymanas...


Waterhouse in driver's seat
WITH TWO scheduled sets of matches to go, including today's, leaders Waterhouse find themselves in a slightly better position than Harbour View ...


The glory days will never be back until the love returns
WEST INDIES Cricket Board president Ken Gordon believes, as I do, that with some good, solid preparation the West Indies can perform creditably in the World Cup and possibly win it. - Tony Becca


Irish raider wins Grand National
LIVERPOOL, (REUTERS): IRISH RAIDER Numbersixvalverde denied Hedgehunter back-to-back Grand National victories yesterday, scooting home by six lengths for a first success for trainer Martin Brassil and jockey Niall Madden.


World Cup duties for Capt Burrell
CAPTAIN Horace Burrell, the former Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) president, has been appointed to serve on FIFA's disciplinary committee for the 2006 World Cup Finals in Germany in two months' time.




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