Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | September 20, 2009
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DPL Garden party: Arnett host Tivoli at Spaulding Complex
TIVOLI GARDENS have made the perfect start to their Digicel Premier League title defence, winning all three matches to be top of the roost with maximum nine points.

Holmwood athlete sparkles in CSEC
THERE WERE YEARS when Shantea McLean would turn up at Girls' Championships and leave with two or more gold medals.

SA official: I lied to protect Semenya
PRETORIA, South Africa (AP):South Africa's top track official apologised yesterday for denying knowledge of gender tests done on champion runner Caster Semenya in South Africa, saying he lied to protect the athlete's privacy.

George's off the mark
Defending champions St George's College recorded their first victory in this year's urban area ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel Manning schoolboy football competition with a 3-0 win over Ascot in their Group F encounter at Winchester Park...

Gunners back to top form
LONDON (AP):Thomas Vermaelen's double helped Arsenal to an impressive 4-0 victory over Wigan but title-rival Liverpool was made to battle for a 3-2 win at West Ham in the English Premier League yesterday.Vermaelen struck in each half, while captain Cesc...

St James upstage H' Morrison 2-0
Western Bureau:Champions St James High School registered their third consecutive win of the 2009 ISSA/Pepsi/Digicel daCosta Cup season yesterday when they blanked former champions Herbert Morrison Technical 2-0 in their Zone A...

Star players lead Saints to big win over Lucas
St Catherine Saints, led by their star players, thrashed Lucas by 10 wickets at Chedwin Park in second-round action of the Red Stripe 20/20 Championship yesterday.

It's Honeyofalady
The talented American filly HONEYOFALADY rebounded nicely at Caymanas Park yesterday to win the CTL Imported Stakes open allowance feature over 1400 metres in fine style.

Just reward for true greatness
I have always wondered what purpose it serves to honour a man when he is dead, or, as it was in the case of a champion like George Headley and one like Herb McKenley, in the twilight of their years.

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