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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Thursday | May 10, 2007

We need to adapt - Moore
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): COACH DAVID Moore has identified getting acclimatised to conditions quickly as the first order of business for the West Indies team visiting England this month. The team, under the leadership of new captain Ramnaresh Sarwan...

Chelsea and Man United in goalless stalemate

LONDON (Reuters): CHELSEA AND Manchester United, league champions old and new, produced a strictly mid-table performance yesterday in a goalless showdown that came a month too late. The game, which should have been one of the highlights of the season...

Montpelier claim edge over Granville

WESTERN BUREAU: MONTPELIER drew first blood in the two-way finals of the Captain's Bakery Western Super Football League yesterday when they clipped Granville FC 1-0 at Rusea's High School in Lucea. In an exciting game in which Granville missed a last-minute penalty...

Darliston beat Petersville to win trophy

SAVANNA-LA-MAR: THE FINAL of the P.J. Patterson Football Competitionin eastern Westmoreland came to an exciting end on Sunday when Darliston came from behind to win 3-1 and deny Petersville a hold on the coveted trophy and $60,000. Having gone down to a similar defeat...

Coach 'Bora' not needed on every bench

AS A people, we have been taught to believe in magic but it's not fair for so many of us to expect the presence of Serbian coach Velibor 'Bora' Milutinovic to immediately guarantee fairytale endings for our national teams at all the various levels...

Stars target famous island hole

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Florida (AP): TIGER WOODS hasn't seen the TPC Sawgrass look like this since he won the U.S. Amateur in 1994 before heading off to university. Phil Mickelson joined a chorus of players who were thrilled by the pristine condition.

Suns outshine Spurs

PHOENIX (Reuters): STEVE NASH, playing with a bandage on his nose, scored 20 points and dished out 16 assists as the Suns beat the Spurs 101-81 to level the Western Conference semi-final playoff series at 1-1 on Tuesday night. Nash, who missed the final...

Jetsetters B, Bridgeport kick off quarter-finals

JETSETTERS B face Bridgeport in today's feature quarter-final of the Jamaica Netball Association (JNA) Western Union B League at the Leila Robinson Courts, starting at 6:45 p.m.In the day's other quarter-finals, starting 5:45 p.m., Skibo B take on the Jamaica Defence...

Hatton has Rooney in his corner

LONDON (Reuters): RICKY HATTON has asked Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney to carry his belt into the ring in Las Vegas next month when the Briton defends his IBO world light-welterweight title against Jose Luis Castillo.

Aussies lose faith in their Wallabies

SYDNEY (Reuters): AUSTRALIAN SPORTING fans have rarely been hampered by self-doubt and thoughts of failure but even the most optimistic supporters are starting to lose faith in the national rugby team. The Wallabies are the only side to have won the World Cup more than once...

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