Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Friday | January 18, 2013
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'Axeman' gets key to MoBay
Western Bureau:World Boxing Association (WBA) featherweight champion Nicholas 'The Axeman' Walters was yesterday given the Key to the City of Montego Bay in a special civic ceremony at the world-famous Sam Sharpe...

More money for JFF from Courts
Courts Jamaica has renewed its sponsorship of the Jamaica Football Federation's (JFF) programme with a three-year deal worth $12 million. Courts Jamaica managing director Dennis Harris...

Gayle's return boosts Jamaica
Jamaica captain Tamar Lambert says the team is looking forward to the return of opener Chris Gayle ahead of their crucial Caribbean Twenty20 preliminary round fixture against the Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) at...

MBU in KO semis after 3-1 win
Western Bureau - Two goals in two minutes and one in injury time lifted high-flying Montego Bay United (MBU) to a 3-1 win over city rivals Wadadah FC in the quarter-finals of the St James FA Captain's Bakery and Grill Knockout...

An expert at blitz chess
Volume 2.One of Jamaica's most respected chess players is Fide Master Shane Matthews. His passion for the game is equalled by few, his talent and amazing skill have resulted in him being affectionately called "The Magician".

Munro's Parchment slams 97 in big win
Western Bureau - National youth cricketer Mark Parchment ripped into the Petersfield High School's bowling Wednesday as Munro College won a lopsided contest in the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association Limited Overs schoolboy cricket competition...

Chelsea, Arsenal in big clash
LONDON (AP):More should unite Chelsea and Arsenal fans than divide them on Sunday at a London derby being played with discontent at both Premier League clubs.Boos echoed around Stamford Bridge on Wednesday as Chelsea threw away a two-goal lead to draw...

Sachin to hit rivals for six
The Pick-9 had no takers at Caymanas Park last Saturday and the carryover to tomorrow's meet stands at $1.9 million.This being the case, a payout in excess of $2.5 million looks a real possibility.

Saint Cecelia set for 2012 crown
Defending champion SAINT CECELIA and the 2010 winner MARK MY WORD are top contenders for the coveted 'Horse of the Year' award as members of the 18-man committee received the various nominations for this and other awards from CTL's racing secretary Denzil Miller...

T&T book place in Caribbean T20 final
GROS ISLET, St Lucia (CMC): Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) cruised into the final of the Caribbean Twenty20 after nonchalantly dismissing a timid challenge from Barbados on Wednesday...


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