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Russell powers way into semi-finals

RYAN Russell, playing his first serious men's event, sizzled into the semi-finals of the Cable & Wireless/ITF Men's Futures tournament at the Liguanea Club, New Kingston, yesterday. The 17-year-old routed Chilean Jaime Fillol 6-2, 6-1 in a...

H. View hopeful of hosting int'l tournament
HARBOUR VIEW football club is keen to host an international tournament involving a number of top European clubs next April. According to club manager Clyde Jureidini the request was made by clubs including AC Milan and Barcelona at the Romeo and Juliet..

C. Spring have high hopes

CONSTANT SPRING, A League winners last year, are stepping up to the Premier League with high hopes. Having been fortunate to have lost only Roen Nelson to Hazard, coach Danny Lyn feels retaining the core of the team should make his job easier.

Ottey should not be selected

SHOULD Merlene Ottey be selected to run in the 100 metres at the Olympic Games? That is the big question around Jamaica today, opinions are split almost down the middle, and both those in favour and those against have strong arguments. Those in favour..

Donald Quarrie hunt another scalp
CONFIDENT Group F leaders, Donald Quarrie Comprehensive High will seek their fourth consecutive victory when they face Mona High on home soil in the feature encounter among eight Manning Cup matches scheduled for this afternoon. After resounding...

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