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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Thursday | July 5, 2007

Shiv shines for West Indies again
BIRMINGHAM, England (CMC): SHIVNARINE CHANDERPAUL fashioned his seventh one-day international hundred and this time West Indies were able to close the deal for a 61-run triumph over England in the rain-affected second ODI yesterday.In between brief...

Sri Lanka continue to humble Bangladesh

COLOMBO,(Reuters): SRI LANKA'S Kumar Sangakkara scored a brilliant unbeaten double century before a dramatic late collapse on the second day yesterday left Bangladesh facing an innings defeat in the second Test. Sangakkara was the cornerstone of...

Probe launched into 'sabotage' of Ferrari Formula One team

WOKING, England (AP):MOTOR SPORT'S world governing body is to investigate the alleged sabotage of Formula One team Ferrari that has implicated an employee of rival McLaren. FIA said yesterday in a brief statement that it had the full cooperation...

Combined team set for Champs

JAMAICA'S COMBINED Martial Arts team faces one of its toughest tasks to date this weekend as one of four finalists at the World Continental Team Fighting Championships in Orlando, Florida. The Combined team, set to leave the island today, will compete against the best...

Huge crowd expected for start of tour

LONDON (AP):CYCLING ENTHUSIAST John Sokolowski intends to join at least half a million others to watch the opening stages of the Tour de France - starting tomorrow in London - just around the corner from where terrorists failed to detonate a car bomb...

Laxman struggling to make line-up

MUMBAI (Reuters): INDIAN BATSMAN Vangipurappu Laxman plans to end a frustrating six-month spell without an international match by improving his modest record in England in the three-Test series starting on July 19. While the famed batting trio of skipper...

Mixed day for the Williamses - Henin moves on to wimbledon semis

WIMBLEDON, England (AP): JUSTINE HENIN took advantage of an injured Serena Williams at Wimbledon yesterday, advancing to the semi-finals with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 win over the two-time champion. Although Williams managed to win the middle set, Henin's variety of shots kept the American....

Top juniors to face off at Eric Bell today

JAMAICA'S TOP juniors will match their talents against overseas counterparts when the Pan Caribbean All-Jamaica Junior tennis championships serve off at 8:00 a.m. at the Eric Bell Centre today. Top Florida-based junior, 14-year-old Simone Vranov-Brown, will lead the contingent...

Visually impaired ready for challenge

THE JAMAICA Visually Impaired Cricket Association (JAICA) has announced a strong 14-man squad to defend its regional title. The Jamaicans, who won the 2006 Championships staged in Barbados, will be at home this time around and should fancy their chances...

Tivoli find lost form

TIVOLI GARDENS returned to their winning ways with a 102-64 thrashing of the struggling Harbour View Lakers in National Basketball League action at the National Stadium courts on Tuesday night. In the night's other encounter, Portmore Flames outplayed...

Meadowbrook seek first crown

MEADOWBROOK HIGH will seek their first hold on the Jamaica Amateur Softball Association's Junior schoolgirls' title while Pembroke Hall goes in search of their second championship in just two league appearances when they meet in today's final of the competition ...

Peru advance to quarters

PUERTO LA CRUZ (Reuters): PERU'S CLAUDIO Pizarro scored a late equaliser to salvage a 2-2 draw against Bolivia yesterday, a result that carried his side into the quarter-finals of the Copa America along with Venezuela and Uruguay. Hosts Venezuela had already qualified the previous...

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