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A battle royal looms over the marque sprint events of the 2013 County of Cornwall Athletics Association Western Championships, with the final to be held at the Montego Bay Stadium in Catherine Hall on Saturday. Gawain Williams of Herbert Morrison (10.
Andrew Edwards. "I now believe we are on target to retain our Ben Francis title and then go on to win the daCosta Cup." Amin Miller hat-trick gave them a 3-0 win against Decarteret, which lifted them to 25 points. In Zone A, St James High revived
Andrew Edwards. "We are happy for the win but I wish the performance was better," he added. DeCarteret and Balaclava, added to a 17-0 trouncing of Newell High. Over in Zone G, Knox College had their best day of the season, scoring a big 3-0 win
Richard Bryan, Gleaner Writer Munro College defeated St Elizabeth Technical by three wickets yesterday to take the Grace/Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association rural cricket Under-14 title...From the moment they lost their first wicket at six, it
Under-16 championship, sponsored by First Global Financial Services.
Under the theme, 'Tek Kin Teet Kibba Hart Bun', Afari will be blending poetry and comedy at an event to be held at the school on June 26. It will features acts like Ity & Fancy Cat, Joan Andrea Hutchinson, Yasus Afari, Dr Michael Abrahams and Oral
Linton, bowling with good flight, bounce and turn, claimed impressive figures of six for 40 as urban area champions Innswood, chasing 227 for victory, were dismissed for 188 before lunch on yesterday's third and final day...However, with the score on
Headley Cup cricket championship, after subjecting first-time finalists Tacky High to a 363-run defeat at Alpart Sports Club, Nain, St Elizabeth, yesterday. Captain Paul Palmer Jr (104 not out) and Man-of-the-Man Burton cashed in for an unbroken 130-
Tacky High on day two of their three-day final at Alpart Sports Club, Nain, St Elizabeth...Earlier, Tacky meekly surrendered the battle for first-innings honours when they were bowled out for 71, after showing some promise at lunch, posting 40 for
While the clubs/institutions 4x100m for men and women, which saw Olympians Asafa Powell and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce anchoring their respective teams to victory, the high school athletes were not left out of the spotlight as they accounted for seven