Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Friday | December 28, 2012
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High marks for Jamaica - WBA hails organisation of featherweight title fight
Jamaica has come in for high praise from the World Boxing Association (WBA) for its promotion of the 'Wray & Nephew Rumble on Jamrock' title fight card, featuring...

Good night's rest lifts Davy
Volume 2 No.4A good night's rest is one of the commandments of chess that many young players just don't get...

Silver Cat's time to shine
Both the Pick-9 and Super-6s start anew at Caymanas Park tomorrow after the popular exotic bets were cornered by punters on Boxing Day.The holiday programme produced no stunning upset in the 11 races, but despite this, not...

Jobson leaving Dec 31
Chief executive Officer Franz Jobson is quitting his job at Caymanas Track Limited (CTL).Jobson, who has held the job for just over a year, has resigned his post effective Monday, December 31, citing "personal reasons".

Misfiring City facing crunch time in title race
LONDON (AP):Criticised for being "soft" by manager Roberto Mancini, Manchester City's expensively assembled strike force needs to rediscover its scoring form against Norwich tomorrow if the champions aren't to risk falling further behind Manchester...

Jan 5 start for Open League netball
Following a two-month delay, the 2012-13 Jamaica Netball Association (JNA)/Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Open League competition is set to begin on January 5 with an opening ceremony, dress parade and rally at the...

CFU chief impressed with Carib top four
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC):President of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU), Gordon 'Banks' Derrick, says he is pleased with the performance of the four countries in the region to have qualified for the CONCACAF Gold Cup in the US next July.Cuba, Trinidad,...

Aussies in command
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP):Mitchell Johnson hit a confident half-century to steady Australia to 440-8 and a 284-run lead over Sri Lanka at stumps yesterday following a middle-order collapse on the second day of the second Test.Johnson followed his four...


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