Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | February 6, 2013
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Mammoth task - Jamaica face tough Mexico battle at the Azteca Stadium
Reggae Boyz assistant coach, Alfredo Montesso, insists the national team will take a positive approach when they kick off final-round CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying (WCQ) with a tough assignment against regional kingpins...

Waterhouse fires Duckie
Donovan Duckie was fired as head coach of Waterhouse Football Club's senior football team following Sunday night's penalty shoot-out loss to Boys' Town in the KSAFA/Jamaica Yellow Pages Jackie Bell Knockout semi-final ...

Downswell 'confident' U20s will make last four
Jamaica's national Under-20 football team assistant coach Wendell Downswell says the 10-day camp in Mexico ahead of the CONCACAF Under-20 championship is critical to the team's chances of doing well.Downswell, who is also head...

WI Women lose, but still advance
MUMBAI, India (CMC):West Indies Women narrowly squeezed into the Super Six, second round of the ICC Women's World Cup here yesterday after their unpredictable batting failed again in a six-wicket loss to defending champions England.Choosing to bat first...

Fowler aiming to make mark
After knocking on the doors of Jamaica's cricket selectors for the last three years, batsman Zeniffe Fowler will be aiming to make his mark in this year's regional four-day and Super50 competitions, which begin tomorrow in...

Nigeria, Mali seek breakthrough
DURBAN, South Africa (AP):Too many close calls in the last decade have left Nigeria and Mali with subdued confidence of making the African Cup final from their clash today.Mali have advanced to the semi-finals for the second straight time, and fourth...

Boys' Town get Vitamalt boost
Despite enduring a miserable second round, which has seen them slump to fifth in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) standings, Boys' Town Football Club head coach, Andrew Price, had reasons to smile yesterday after the club...

Bob's One Love Charity targets Malvern Basic
Clive 'Busy' Campbell, chief organiser of the annual Bob Marley One Love Charity Football Festival, hopes to complete the Malvern Basic School project started last year, with proceeds to be garnered from the event to be held ...


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