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Hydel demolish Penwood 7-1 in Manning Cup

Jonthe Brown
(foreground) of
Hydel High
celebrates his
second goal
against Penwood
in their Group F
ISSA/LIME
Manning Cup game
at Cling Cling Oval
yesterday. Looking
on is Brown's
teammate Brad
Tully. Hydel won
7-1. (PHOTO:
BRYAN
CUMMINGS)

HYDEL High were in a no-nonsense mood when they whipped Penwood High 7-1 in their Group F encounter in the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup at the Cling Cling Oval yesterday. Goals from Brad Tully (fifth and 47th), Jonthe Brown (35th and 38th), Nigel Simms (own goal 39th), Nicholas Nelson (46th) and Tray McKa ... Read More

Members of the Waterhouse FC team celebrate at the end of the 2013 Flow Cup KO final. The 2014 Flow Cup campaign begins today. Flow Cup hunt starts today
THE first knockout competition of the 2014-15 local football season gets underway today with four ma ... Read More

RAMPAUL...
starred with
ball for
Tridents Carter, Rampaul top performers as Tridents secure first win
BANGALORE, India (CMC) — Prolific Jonathan Carter and pacer Ravi Rampaul stared with bat and b ... Read More

ICC announces fixtures for World Cricket League
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (CMC) — With a little more than three weeks to go for the Pepsi World C ... Read More

Green Island shock Rusea’s in rescheduled game

By Paul Reid | Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

Green Pond High's Ramone Sibley (left) tries to shake off Anchovy
High's Ethan Jarrett in their ISSA/LIME daCosta Cup Zone A
rescheduled first-round game at Green Pond on Monday. Green
Pond won 4-0. (PHOTO: PAUL REID)

GREEN ISLAND, Hanover — The race for the second Inter-zone spot from Zone B of the ISSA/LIME daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition was thrown wide open yesterday after Green Island shocked 10-time champions Rusea's 3-0 in the rescheduled return-round game played in Green Island. Rusea's went into the game needing only a draw to join zone leaders Frome Technical, but were ambushed as Ackeem Williams, Shane Sterling and Oshane Walker scored for Green Island to beat Rusea's High for th ... Read More

Poor fielding affected Tridents campaign, says Emrit

Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

EMRIT... outfielding
let us down in every
single game

BANGALORE, India (CMC) — Skipper Rayad Emrit has conceded that poor fielding severely affected the Barbados Tridents campaign in the Champions League T20 tournament currently underway in India. Emrit made his disclosure after Tridents recorded their lone victory, an inconsequential six-wicket win over Northern Districts in the final Group B match at M Chinnaswamy Stadium yesterday. James Franklin was undefeated on 33 and Jonathan Carter scored 30 as the Caribbean T20 champions chased dow ... Read More

Mur Mur takes lead in Marlin tourney

Everard Owen | Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

PORT ANTONIO, Portland — Anglers toiled all day yesterday without landing any marlins at the 51st International Port Antonio Marlin Tournament at the Ole Marina, Port Antonio. Angler Michael Habib on the yacht Mur Mur took the lead tagging and releasing two from a total of eight on the second day. On day one, six were tagged and released, Others making catches yesterday were Brigit Fraaije on Insatiable, Gordon Shirley on U-Sea-Mi, Andrew Bogle on Gabby Milan, Robert Ilgner on U-Sea-Mi, ... Read More

Yesterday's manning cup results

Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

Group B Excelsior 3, Vauxhall 4 Group C Edith Dalton 2, Ardenne 4 Tivoli Gardens 1, Innswood 2 St Mary's College 1, Denham Town 2 Group F Penwood 1, Hydel 7 Calabar 4, St Catherine 0 Eltham 2, St Jago 2 (Home teams named first) Read More

Totti oldest scorer as Roma hold Manchester City 1-1

Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

Manchester City's Belgian defender Vincent Kompany (top) vies
for the ball with Roma forward Francesco Totti during the
Champions League Group E match b in Manchester, Northwest
England, yesterday. (PHOTO: AFP)

MANCHESTER, England (AFP) — Francesco Totti became the oldest goal-scorer in Champions League history as Roma held Manchester City to a 1-1 draw in an entertaining Group E encounter yesterday. The Roma talisman, who turned 38 on Saturday, struck midway through the first half to earn Rudi Garcia's Serie A high-fliers a point after Sergio Aguero had put City ahead with a fourth-minute penalty. Totti's goal broke a record previously held by former Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs and ... Read More

Mourinho enjoys happy return to old stomping ground

Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

Sporting Lisbon midfielder Adrien Silva (left) vies with Chelsea's Serbian midfielder Nemanja
Matic during the UEFA Champions League Group G football match at Alvalade XXI stadium in
Lisbon, yesterday. Chelsea won 1-0. (PHOTO: AFP)

LISBON, Portugal (AFP) — Jose Mourinho enjoyed a happy return to his native city of Lisbon yesterday as Chelsea defeated Sporting Lisbon 1-0 in Champions League Group G action at the Estadio Jose Alvalade. The victory takes Chelsea top of the group on four points after Schalke 04 and MK Maribor drew 1-1 in Germany to leave them on two points apiece and Sporting bottom with one point. The defeat for Sporting ended their 16-match unbeaten record at home in European competition. The 51-yea ... Read More

Scandal-hit Nigeria elects new football boss

Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

KESHI... fate hangs in the balance

ABUJA, Nigeria (AFP) — Nigeria's scandal-hit football association elected Amaju Pinnick as its new president yesterday, after the front-runner was disqualified hours before the vote. The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) polls in the southern city of Warri were also delayed for several hours by the detention of election chief Samson Ebomhe. After reportedly being quizzed by agents from Nigeria's main intelligence branch, the Department of State Services, Ebomhe returned to the conferenc ... Read More

Ancelotti thinks Ronaldo ‘the best ever’

Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

RONALDO... scored 13 goals in nine appearances for Real Madrid

SOFIA, Bulgaria (AFP) — Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has hailed Cristiano Ronaldo as the best player he has ever coached after the Portuguese's blistering start to the season. Ronaldo has scored 13 goals in nine appearances this season, including back-to-back hat-tricks as Real got their league season back on track with thrashings of Deportivo la Coruna and Elche last week. "Without disrespecting anyone else, Cristiano is the best player I have coached," Ancelotti said ahead of his s ... Read More

Man United injury woes continue

Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

HERRERA... suffered a fractured rib
in the weekend win over West Ham

LONDON, England (AFP) — Manchester United have been dealt another injury blow after it was confirmed midfielder Ander Herrera suffered a fractured rib in the weekend win over West Ham. The 25-year-old Spaniard, a 28.8-million ($46.6-million) signing from Athletic Bilbao, has been an important member of manager Louis Van Gaal's side and becomes the 10th player in the United squad to be injured. Herrera, who is facing several weeks on the sidelines, was substituted in the 74th minute of t ... Read More

Buffon: Juventus targeting Champions League ‘quarters’

Wednesday, October 01, 2014    

BUFFON... at the very
least we want to get
back to the level we
reached a couple of
years ago

MADRID, Spain (AFP) — Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon believes his side has to target at least the Champions League quarter-finals after the disappointment of crashing out at the group stages last season. The Italian champions opened their Group A campaign with a comfortable 2-0 win over Malmo, but are expected to face a much tougher test when they travel to last season's beaten finalists Atletico Madrid today. "We want to get back to the stage where this club belongs," Buffon said yes ... Read More



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