Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | November 27, 2012
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Samuels breaks into the top 20 - Shiv ranked No. 3 on batting list
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CMC): Reliable West Indies batsman Shiv Chanderpaul has moved to the number three position, while teammate Marlon Samuels has broken into the top 20 for the first time in the Reliance ICC Player Rankings for Test batsmen.

'Robbery' outburst could land JC coach in trouble
Jamaica College (JC) Manning Cup football team head coach, Alfred Henry, could once again find himself in trouble with the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA), after he verbally attacked match officials after...

Jamaica name 14 for CT20
NATIONAL Under-19 players John Campbell and Aldane Thomas were yesterday included in Jamaica's 14-man squad to challenge for the 2013 Caribbean Twenty20 (CT20) cricket championship to be played in Trinidad & Tobago and St Lucia in January.

Top players give Jamaica, NCBCapital Markets Open high marks
The United States' Tim Smyczek, men's singles champion at the NCB Capital Markets Jamaica Open Tennis Championships 2012, gave the tournament high marks after securing a come-from-behind victory in the final over Barbadian Darian King on Sunday...

'Cause for concern' - Jamaicans' failure to advance beyond quarters worries Davis Cup coach
Jamaica's Davis Cup coach, Mel Spence, admits cause for concern as for the second-consecutive year, the country's male players failed to advance past the quarter-final stage of the NCB Capital Markets Jamaica Open Tennis Championships...

IOC backs four-year ban - Rogge supports WADA proposal to keep drug cheats out of Olympics
AMSTERDAM (AP):International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge supports proposals to double the length of doping bans to four years as a way of keeping drug cheats out...

Second-half transition spurs MBUFC
WESTERN BUREAU: Montego Bay United Football Club (MBUFC) rebounded from their midweek loss to Tivoli Gardens when they scored an enterprising come-from-behind 2-1 home win against Humble Lion at at the Catherine Hall Complex on...

Smith unfurls Highgate magic on Arnett
The magic of Michael Smith is again working for Highgate Football Club.After sitting at the foot of the table for almost the entire first round of the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL), the St Mary outfit has now found itself...

Cavalier compound Savannah's misery
WESTERN BUREAU:The horrid stretch of losses continues for Savannah Sports Club, as Cavalier inflicted a demoralising 3-0 win at Frome Sports Complex Sunday in the Red Stripe Premier League, as the Westmoreland club hit...

Denbigh hunt finals placings
Denbigh High of Clarendon will attempt to make both finals of the Digicel-sponsored Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) rural junior and senior netball competitions, when the semi-finals are hosted this...

Pitter, Barnett extend streaks
SHAWN Pitter and Tanice Barnett continued their dominance in road race events, as both topped the field in the respective men's and women's categories of the Wolmer's Ocean Spray Wata Road Race 5K.Pitter stopped the clock at...

Tornadoes too strong for Avalanche
WESTERN BUREAU:Antoniel Watson scored 23 points and took eight rebounds to lead Trelawny Tornadoes to a 73-67 win against Inner-City Avalanche in action from the Hi-Lyte Insports Western Conference Basketball Championship on...

Sri Lanka's big three fall cheaply
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP): Sri Lanka slumped to 43 for three wickets in reply to New Zealand's first innings of 412 at stumps on the second day of the second and final Test yesterday.


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