Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | November 19, 2012
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'I don't think there's any conflict' - Frater targets athlete welfare, medical insurance; dismisses conflict of interest
Long recognised as a statesman on the track, reliable Jamaican sprinter, Michael Frater, is hoping to have an impact off the track as well, as he presents himself for a vice-president spot on the next Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) administration....

Cavalier stun Boys' Town
Cavalier got off to a winning start in the second round of the Red Stripe Premier League, as they turned the tables on Boys' Town, after clipping the first end-of-round champions 1-0 yesterday at Stadium East, to avenge...

Portmore slam Savannah 5 love
WESTERN BUREAU: Mauricio Gordon netted a double for Portmore United in their 5-0 win over Savannah Sports Club in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) second round at Frome Sports Complex yesterday. A 22nd-minute strike...

'We expect a bigger fight' - Sammy hails Windies self-belief; expects stiffer battle in second Test against Bangladesh
DHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC): West Indies captain Darren Sammy said his team's self-belief never wavered despite being led on first innings by Bangladesh in the first...

Sunderland capitalise on sending-off to nail Fulham
LONDON (AP):Struggling Sunderland capitalised on the early sending-off of Brede Hangeland to beat Fulham 3-1 yesterday, earning only their second Premier League win and easing their worries at the bottom of the table.Steven Fletcher, Carlos Cuellar...

McClean receives death threats
LONDON (AP):Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill says Irish winger James McClean has received death threats after refusing to wear an embroidered poppy on his shirt for a Premier League match.Police are investigating reports the 23-year-old McClean...

Windies win good for Test cricket, says ICC president
DHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC):International Cricket Council (ICC) president, Alan Isaac, has described West Indies' victory over Bangladesh in the just-concluded first Test as a great advert for the game.Isaac, who took over the post last June, arrived in...

Russell among six changes for ODI series
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): Wicketkeeper Devon Thomas is one of six new players called up for the West Indies limited-overs tour of Bangladesh, starting November 30.

Tough fight expected for men's crown
The NCB Capital Markets Jamaica Tennis Open Championships will serve off today with nine men's single matches at the Liguanea Club, New Kingston, with action slated to get underway at 5 p.m.Early action will see Carlton...

Pitter, Barnett top UWI/CB 5K
LIKE they did a week ago when they captured the top spots at the Portmore Burger King 10K Road race, Shawn Pitter, running unattached, and Tanice Barnett, representing MVP track club, won the male and female titles,...


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