Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | November 15, 2012
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JAAA image damaged - Dawes - Disappointed vice-president walks away from association
Current Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) fourth vice-president, Dr Winston Dawes. admitted that the organisation's image has taken a battering in the face of recent controversies and called for unity as the November 29...

'It was truly satisfying' - Second Test double pleases Chanderpaul
DHAKA, Bangladesh: Shivnarine Chanderpaul said he welcomed his second Test double hundred. The veteran West Indies left-handed batsman gathered an undefeated 203 to lead West Indies to 527 for four declared in their first innings in the first Test against Bangladesh...

Amazing awards season begins
Sports awards never fail to amaze. Routinely, those who make the awards gloss over important considerations and come to wayward conclusions. The latest miss comes with the exclusion of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce from the top three in the IAAF World Athlete of the Year polls...

Scarlett's hat-trick cripples Cedric Titus
WESTERN BUREAU: A Rushane Scarlett hat-trick was all STETHS needed in their 3-0 ISSA/Gatorade/Digicel daCosta Cup football quarter-final round win over Cedric Titus High School at their Santa Cruz grounds yesterday....

'It was a fantastic weekend for our country' - Summerbell happy Carib title success coincides with 50th celebrations
David Summerbell Jr once again demonstrated why he is rated as the region's top circuit racing driver.Starting at the back of the pack twice, he drove his heart out and produced a late burst to cement his fifth lien...

Bailey promises 'amazing' action
President of Tennis Jamaica, John Bailey, anticipates a very exciting six days of tennis at this year's staging of the NCB Capital Markets Jamaica Open Championships.The tournament will be held at Liguanea Club, New Kingston...


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