Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | November 29, 2012
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Who will win? - Jackson, Eatmon challenge Blake for JAAA presidency
The next executive body to marshall the country's track and field for the next four years will be elected today at the annual general meeting of the Jamaica Athletics...

Henry could face further sanctions - ISSA bans coach for one year
The head coach of Jamaica College's Manning Cup football team, Alfred Henry, could face further sanctions from the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) disciplinary committee, after...

Not a normal election
Elections are intriguing to watch in normal circumstances. Power shifts can make your skin tingle. In the old days, rival party supporters would literally sweep each other out of town and friendly jousting was the norm...

Grace clear on implementing ideas - Maurice Wignall
ONE former national athlete standing firmly in the corner of Grace Jackson, who is seeking to be president of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) in today's election, is Maurice Wignall....

Simmons, Thomas fire as Windies crush hosts
KHULNA, Bangladesh (CMC):Opener Lendl Simmons and wicketkeeper Devon Thomas hit high-powered half-centuries as West Indies warmed up for tomorrow's (tonight local time) start of the five-match limited-overs series with a 118-run...

Jamaica Open tees off today
WESTERN BUREAU: The 49th annual Jamaica Golf Open Classic will tee off this morning at the Half Moon Golf Club in Montego Bay, St James, with a strong field of local and overseas-based professionals....

Queen's sweep urban titles
THE Queen's School dethroned both 2011 champions - St Hugh's and St Andrew - to win the Digicel Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Corporate Area junior and senior finals at the Leila Robinson Courts yesterday...

Go Go Yvonne all the way
The American filly GO GO YVONNE, running with a mere 47.5kg and hot apprentice Shamaree Muir aboard, used the light impost to best advantage to beat topweight REASONABLE PRESS convincingly in the open allowance...


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