Broadway setting the early pace

first_imgWestern Bureau:Broadway are already looking to become the next powerhouse in Division Two of the Charley’s JB Overproof Rum Western Jamaica Domino competition, after stopping Peace and Love 300-291 in a tough clash on Sunday.Broadway led by a slender three points and managed to maintain the lead in the hard-fought battle that took them to a third-straight victory of the new season.”We have a real team together playing as a family and we have team spirit because when we are down we don’t give up,” said Junior ‘Cutta’ Rowe, one of Broadway’s long-standing member.Rowe said the team is now looking forward to its next match and is confident of another win.”We will be going for the win again in our next match. The team we are playing next we played them already and beat them two times during the last season,” stated Rowe, whose team will be next be going up against Venus of Waterworks, Westmoreland.Venus defeated Pineapple 300-281, Perry Strikers thrashed Next Generation 300-280, and Creative Strikers took down Night Riders 300-285 in the other Division Two matches.Another win for DallasElsewhere, Dallas secured win number two of the season in Division One, with an eight-point victory over Western Stars 300-292. Rainbow crushed Tornado 300-267, and Uptown defeated Assassin 300-281.Strike Force copped another win in the Premier League to solidify their lead, trouncing Classic 300-260.Deeside Untouchables took down Fighter Jet 300-295, Dynasty won Dynamic Strikers 300-268, and Tuff Gong conquered Might Strikers 300-254. The Unity Strikers versus Long Bay match was postponed. A new date will be announced.Matches in all three zones of the competition will continue tomorrow at 1 p.m.last_img read more

Pak army says will foil acts of hostile agencies

first_imgFrom Sajjad HussainIslamabad, Apr 7 (PTI) The Pakistan Army today said that it was determined to foil the work of “hostile” spy agencies engaged in fomenting instability in the country but made no reference to any other nation.The army said apart from reviewing progress of ongoing counter-terrorism operations, activities of “hostile intelligence agencies inside Pakistan and the response thereof” were also discussed at the Corps Commanders Conference chaired by army chief General Raheel Sharif at the army headquarters.”It was resolved to take all measures to block hostile acts against Pakistan, which can undermine our security and growth,” the army said in a statement.The meeting reviewed of professional matters, internal and external security situation including the ongoing operations against terrorists in North Waziristan and rest of the country.No country was mentioned in the statement but usually such references point to India or Afghanistan. PTI SH KUN AKK KUNlast_img read more