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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Friday | December 1, 2006

Yousuf's record-smashing day
KARACHI (Reuters): THE WEST Indies were struggling to avoid a big defeat against Pakistan after run-machine Mohammad Yousuf broke several records on day four of the third and final Test yesterday. Yousuf, 32, made his second century...

KSAC honours top athletes

"AS A countryman, getting an award in Kingston is a great honour for me," was Asafa Powell's reaction after receiving a gold medal from the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) at Wednesday night's Local Government Month award ceremony.


McCook set to vie for regional presidency

NEVILLE 'TEDDY' McCook, OJ, will not run as IAAF area represen-tative again but will face the start for the presidency of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACACAA) in next July's race.


Harbour View's quest begins

HARBOUR VIEW'S drive to become the first Jamaican team to win the Caribbean Football Union Club Championships on two occasions begins tonight at the club's Mini-Stadium. After all the pleasantries passed when Haiti's Aigle Noir...


Western Union sponsors Portland football league

REMITTANCE GIANTS Western Union will pump $1.1 million into this, year's Portland Football Associations Major League as the company celebrates 13 years of involvement in the rural football competition.


Boxing 'invasion'

WORLDSTAGE PROMOTIONS, in association with the Jamaica Boxing Board and Irie FM, present 'Boxing Invasion' at Junction Building Depot in Junction, St. Elizabeth, tomorrow. Central America and Caribbean medal winners Tsetsi Davis Nicholas Walters...


Klinsmann ideal choice - Pele

BERLIN (Reuters): FORMER GERMANY coach Juergen Klinsmann would be an ideal choice for the U.S., Pele said in Germany yesterday. "He'd be good for the U.S. boys," the Brazilian World Cup great told a news conference while on a business trip to Duesseldorf.


HORSE SENSE - Gaming and racing

I am constantly amazed at how the obvious continues to elude those who are the decision makers. This article has been written before the promised month-end announcement by the Minister of Finance on the divestment of Caymanas...


FROM THE BOUNDARY : Singh - a gifted batsman, a wonderful man

IN MY years writing about cricket I have met some wonderful people who played the game, and Hanumant Singh of India was one of them. Born in Banswara, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, in 1939, Hanumant Singh, the Maharajkumar of Banswara...


Bennett critical of poor shot selection at trial

SENIOR CRICKET team coach Junior Bennett blamed poor shot selections for the poor score by Gareth Breese's XI while he praised the efforts of Danza Hyatt and Simon Jackson who guided Tamar Lambert's XI to an impressive 10-wicket win...




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