Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | December 5, 2012
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'Axeman' Walters arrives - Jamaican 'feeling great' for WBA title showdown
Looking confident and in high spirits, Nicholas 'The Axeman' Walters arrived in Jamaica yesterday afternoon, accompanied by his trainer Celso Chavez and manager Jacques Deschamps, to begin the final leg of the preparation...

Premier battle - Glenmuir, St George's launch quest for Olivier Shield
The island's top two senior schoolboy football teams will clash in the first leg of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/Gatorade/Digicel Olivier Shield...

Gibson urges batsmen to be 'more determined'
DHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC):West Indies coach Ottis Gibson has appealed for responsible innings from his top-order batsmen, in particular, when they play Bangladesh in the crucial third one-day international today, beginning at 3:30 a.m.West Indies trail...

Shiv, Sarwan in Guyana squad for CT20
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC):GUYANA will compete in the Caribbean T20 tournament scheduled to be staged in Trinidad and Tobago and St Lucia in January, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) confirmed yesterday.The Guyanese cricketers will be in contention...

Take City Flight
CITY FLIGHT, who won impressively on her debut five weeks ago, looks all set to follow up in the two-year-old feature for the Dye Job Trophy at Caymanas Park today.Run over 1200 metres, the race offers a total purse of...

Tivoli take aim at second-round final
Tivoli Gardens on Monday night took advantage of Savannah's troubles to improve their standing in the Red Stripe Premier League with a 2-0 win. Tivoli Gardens moved up to seventh position with 22 points, while Savannah remained at the foot of the table with 11 points....

PSG, Schalke go top; Ronaldo lifts Madrid
GENEVA (AP):Paris Saint-Germain and Schalke sealed top spot in their Champions League groups yesterday, while Cristiano Ronaldo scored his tournament-leading sixth goal to help Real Madrid beat Ajax 4-1.A 17-minute snow delay during the Dinamo...

Rain forces no-result between Falklands, Clarendon Masters
Clarendon's Over-40 batsman Calvert Whittick (centre) reacts after being bowled by the Falkland Islands' Martin Collins (left), while wicketkeeper and captain Ian Betts looks on during their 30-over cricket match at Port Esquivel Sports Club in Old...

Champs Mixed Strykers 'A' in semis
WESTERN BUREAU:The four semi-finalists in the Westmoreland Netball Association (WNA)/Roger Clarke Competition have been decided following important victories on the weekend.Gold Star, Mixed Strykers 'A', Savannah ...


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