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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Friday | September 8, 2006

Nephew National Premier League (NPL) set to go at full blast
IT'S OFFICIALLY full steam ahead in the second season of the new format Wray and Nephew National Premier League, which kicks off this Sunday. The island's top football competition will receive about $52 million from the title sponsors this year...

Jones gets all-clear after 'B' sample negative
STUTTGART, Germany (AP): MARION JONES is eligible to run in upcoming international meets if the sport's world governing body accepts the finding that her back-up doping test was clean.


Masaniello to rebound
With the Pick-9 offering a $1.1 million carryover at Caymanas Park tomorrow, a payout of close to $2 million looks a real possibility. The Pick-9 embraces races three to 11; the Super-6 from six to 11. We look at the Super-6 which gets under way...


FROM THE BOUNDARY: Well done, ISSA
THE SCHOOLBOY football season gets under way tomorrow and soccer fans right around the country are looking forward to it. Over the years, almost 100 years, the Manning Cup competition for Corporate Area schools and the daCosta Cup competition for rural...


Davydenko advances to semi-finals
NEW YORK (Reuters): RUSSIAN NIKOLAY Davy-denko produced a stirring comeback as he recovered from two sets down to beat German Tommy Haas 4-6, 6-7, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 to reach the U.S. Open semi-finals yesterday.




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