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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Thursday | June 21, 2007

Reggae Boyz tackle Indonesia
Jamaica's Reggae Boyz kick off their four-game tour of Asia, when they face a less-than-full- strength Indonesia at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Central Jakarta at 7:00 this morning. Having only managed to secure indifferent results in their last three friendlies...

West Indies need culture change - Ganga

DURHAM, England (Reuters):West Indies cricket needs a culture change if performances are to improve on a consistent basis, stand-in captain Daren Ganga said after their 3-0 series loss to England. West Indies lost the last three Tests in the four-match series...

WIPA wins arbitration

PORT-OF-SPAIN Trinidad (CMC): The West Indies players may not have won any of the Test matches on their tour of England, but they have scored a resounding victory in their ongoing wrangle with the West Indies Cricket Board about the status of the tour....

Pan Caribbean sets stage for Jamaica's juniors

Many of Jamaica's top juniors will renew rivalry when the local calendar's premier junior event, the competitive Pan Caribbean All Jamaica Junior Tennis Championship, serves off in two weeks. This year, over 100 participants from across the island are expected to journey...

Decision on A Team tour to come today

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): A final decision on the West Indies A Team's tour of Zimbabwe could come as early as today. Tony Deyal, corporate services manager of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), has revealed the regional governing body has to make an urgent decision...

Fidel fined

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CMC): West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee for breaching the International Cricket Council (ICC) Code of Conduct during his side's fourth Test match against England, the ICC announced yesterday.

Federer, Henin top Wimbledon seeding - Serena Williams ranked seventh in women's draw

LONDON (Reuters): Four-time winner Roger Federer was named top seed for the Wimbledon championships with French Open holder Rafael Nadal the favourite to meet him in a rematch of last year's final. American Andy Roddick, twice a runner-up at Wimbledon...

Richardson drafted as cover for Windies

WORCESTER, England (CMC):Fast bowler Esaun Crandon, batsman Kirk Edwards and all-rounder Mali Richards have joined the West Indies squad as further temporary cover for the fifty over warm up game against England Lions today. These three players are joining...

Madrid officials to discuss academy plans next week

Jamaica's football could be boosted by the building of another football academy, when Real Madrid special advisor Manuel Velazquez and director general Carlos Abella arrive here next week to discuss the plan with the Spanish-Jamaican Foundation.

Tivoli, Wizards in west Kingston showdown

West Kingston teams Tivoli All-Stars and Denham Town Wizards square-off this evening at 7:45 in the feature game of a double-header at the National Stadium Courts in the KFC National Basketball League. Urban Knights and Link-Up All Stars will play in the curtain-raiser at 6:00 p.m....

Shiv tops averages in big way

CHESTER-LE-STREET, England (CMC): Veteran left-hander Shivnarine Chanderpaul finished with a stunning average of 148 after another prolific display in the fourth Test between England and the West Indies which ended Tuesday. The 33-year-old Chanderpaul was the only real bright spark...

FROM THE BOUNDARY - Thank you Shivnarine Chanderpaul

The Test series against England is over and every West Indian fan, at home or abroad, must be heaving a sigh of relief. In one of their weakest performances ever, in one of the feeblest performances ever by a team touring England, the West Indies were defeated 3-0...

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