Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | December 12, 2012
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Boyz must do or die
Jamaica's Reggae Boyz, defending Caribbean Cup Champions, face the prospect of being embarrassingly dumped out of the tournament before the knockout phase, should they fail to defeat neighbours Cuba at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium tonight.

Dustin Brown for Montego Bay exhibition
Former Jamaica tennis star, Dustin Brown, returns to the island after a five-year absence to play in an exhibition match at the Royal DeCameron Tennis Club in Montego Bay on Sunday.

Prize money coming for women in JN Open
There may be cash incentives coming the way of female participants in the Jamaica National (JN) Open Tennis Championships next year, as well as an increase for men.

JCA aims at foreign stars for JPL T20
President of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA), Lyndel 'Muddy' Wright, says his administration will be taking steps to sell the existing franchises to companies and investors and include Caribbean players during the staging next season of Jamaica Premier League T20.

Samuels makes big move in ICC rankings
Marlon Samuels' whirlwind knock in the one-off Twenty20 International against Bangladesh on Monday has propelled him up the International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty20 rankings.

Highgate hunt another big scalp
Highgate United will go in search of another big scalp when they host former champions Tivoli Gardens at Drax Hall in the Red Stripe Premier League this afternoon at 3:00.

MBUFC get 'good feeling' from Boys' Town victory
Montego Bay United Football Club (MBUFC) continued their strong run in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL), moving up to fourth - on goal difference - with Waterhouse, following Monday night's pulsating 1-0 victory over Boys' Town at Catherine Hall Stadium in St James.

Maragh wins battle with Last Gunfighter
Jamaican jockey Rajiv Maragh unleashed a clinical ride to win the US$80,000 Raymond Earl Stakes with hot favourite Last Gunfighter at Aqueduct here Sunday.

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