Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | February 20, 2013
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Boys' Town, Harbour View showdown - Old foes clash for KSAFA Jamaica Yellow Pages Jackie Bell KO title
Harbour View are currently on top in the island by virtue of their 10-point lead in the national league standings, but their opponents in today's Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA)/Jamaica Yellow Pages Jackie...

Mattocks 'looking forward' to next WCQ
Darren Mattocks is eagerly awaiting a return to the national senior men's football team following his surprise omission for the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifier (WCQ) against Mexico.The Reggae Boyz next game in the hexagonal final...

CCC aim to change fortunes against Jamaica
The Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) cricket team arrived in the island yesterday in a confident mood ahead of their West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Super50 tournament match against Jamaica at Sabina Park tomorrow, starting at 9:30 p.m....

Pistorius: She died in my arms
PRETORIA, South Africa (AP):Oscar Pistorius wept yesterday as his defence lawyer read the athlete's account of how he shot his girlfriend to death on Valentine's Day, claiming he had mistaken her for an intruder.Prosecutors, however, told a packed...

JFF charter for Costa Rica WCQ
The Jamaica senior men's national football team's impressive start in the final round of CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying (WCQ) for Brazil 2014, after earning a historic 0-0 draw with Mexico for the country's first-ever point at...

Young Boyz win
LED by a double from Kendon Anderson, Jamaica made an impressive start to their campaign in the 2013 CONCACAF Under-20 Championships, beating Puerto Rico 4-1 in their Group C football match at the Estadio Cuauhtemoc, Puebla, Mexico, yesterday....

Majority supports incentives for athletes
An overwhelming majority, 71.06 per cent of the population, supports the Government's decision to award incentives to national athletes who won a record 12 medals at last year's London Olympics. Our pollsters found that 21.98 per cent were against ...

FIFA says goal-line technology to be used at World Cup
ZURICH (AP):FIFA committed yesterday to using goal-line technology at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, and could have four systems competing for selection.FIFA said it is now seeking tenders from companies which want their system...

Sakellaris' Shockwave wins Pineapple Cup
WESTERN BUREAU: Shockwave, owned and skippered by George Sakellaris, won the 2013 Pineapple Cup - Montego Bay Race, after the American sailor brought his boat safely across the finish line on Monday, February 11, in an elapsed...

Wins thrust Rivoli, New Green on cusp of semis
New Green and Rivoli are on the verge of qualifying for the semi-finals of the South Central Confederation Super League football competition after recording important home victories in the penultimate round...

Jamaicans make Top-10 Florida Open Pistol champs
Three Jamaicans were featured in the Top 10 of the premier section in International Practical Shooting, the Limited Division, of the just-concluded Florida Open Pistol Championship hosted by the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof.The tournament,...

Last-gasp equaliser compounds Ramsay's grief
An equalising goal in the fourth minute of time added by Humble Lion's Jermaine Christian denied Arnett Gardens' Kirk Ramsay - who gave his team a 63rd-minute lead in their Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) feature...

'Poor officiating' leaves Tivoli furious after loss
WESTERN BUREAU: Montego Bay United scored their first win in the third round of 2012-13 Red Stripe Premier League on Sunday night, but their opponents, Tivoli Gardens, left the venue - Montego Bay Stadium - hotly disputing one...

Encouragement forPrice, despite loss
Boys' Town coach Andrew Price felt he had reason to hold his head high on Sunday evening despite his team going down 1-3 to Waterhouse in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) and slipping a place down the table to fourth.Jason Watson (eighth minute),...


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