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Start with fit El Cliente Published: The programme will be highlighted by the 76th running of Nyquist to miss Belmont Stakes Published: So much for a rematch in the Belmont Stakes. Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist won't run in the final leg of the Triple Crown after developing a fever and having an elevated white blood cell count, trainer Doug O'Neill said Tuesday.

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This was revealed yesterday by attorney-at-law John Jamaica to bar people who visited countries affected by yellow fever Published: Persons without certificates of vaccination who have visited or transited countries affected by yellow fever within six days of arriving in Jamaica will be refused entry by the Ministry of Health MOH at the island's ports. Richards seeks improvement Published: World championships bronze-medal winner and national record holder O'Dayne Richards will be looking for major improvement as he competes today in the men's shot put at the two-day Prefontaine Diamond Debate Hot m clash Published: We hope to achieve many more this year.

Some competitions we will be participating in are goat and bee care, bun making, vegetable juicing, drink making, meal preparation and table setting. The training sessions for the various competitions were held and we were successful in them.

Club members who participated indicated that they have learnt a lot and they now have enough information to help them prepare for the competitions. This year we hope for more success for the club and that members will continue to strive for excellence.

We also engaged in our annual clean up activity of the Sports day and Fun day events taking it a step further this year and cleaning up every classroom; wiping down the desks and the chalkboards. As the year drew to an end we bid farewell to our grade 11 members who were leaving to prepare for their Caribbean Secondary Examinations popularly referred to as CSEC recognising a special member who had actively participated and regularly attended meeting despite their academic obligations.

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The BEST club does have room for improvement and plans to engage in several additional activities in the hopes of improving the Brilliance and Excellence in every member. Some future ideas for projects in which the Best Club can be involved include marching parade where we display our skills in following commands, visiting children's homes such as Blossom Gardens, can drives, toy drives, unique arts and crafts, interclub and interschool competitions.

It is one of the smallest clubs in the school with 28 members. Meetings are held on Tuesdays commencing at 2: The win was set up by two strikes from Clayton Berry and a penalty conversion by captain Tevland Bailey.

Berry, a former daCosta Cup standout for Bellefield High, opened the scoring in the eighth minute when he surprised the young Mile Gully custodian Akeem Nelson with a one-motion shot from a cross inside the yard area.

Berry beat Nelson a second time in the 72nd minute, when he pounced on a rebound from Nelson's partial save. It was the second time Kendal were beating Mile Gully this badly.

Despite the loss and bragging rights, Mile Gully have the overall league lead on 19 points, one more than Kendal. Spaldings Primary scored the biggest win of the week when two goals each by Gavin Green eighth, 48th and Nicolas Bennett 13th, 29th spurred them to a win over Moravia Primary.


Aided by two own-goals from May Pen Primary, Hazard were handed a win. Frankfield could get points after Riches failed to show; similarly, Brixton Hill, after Richmond Park were a no-show. Real Santa, Steppers start D1 with a bang No team failed to notch a second straight win as the second round of the St Elizabeth Co-op Credit Union Division One football competition continued this week. Newly promoted Division Two champions Real Santa made their debut the previous week with a crushing win over former Confederations qualifiers Holland Police Youth Club were held to a draw on Thursday by Treasure Beach.

Treasure Beach had drowned Longwood in their opening match of the season. Steppers, who started with a win over Prospect, were also restricted to a point after a draw with Holland PYC.

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Round Hill, who had beaten Northamptonfared worse this week - beaten by Rocky Hill, who had experienced a more conservative kick-off in a draw with Middlesex. Deandro Stephens scored twice. Matches next week Tuesday: The two have waged a strong battle for honours so far and it is probably fitting that they will be playing today's incentive final.

Approaching the eighth round, Jamalco had held the league on the slimmest of margins via goal difference over New Bowens. However, the two were separated over a week ago when Jamalco won in their big clash. The game was competitive for the first when no goals were scored in the first half. However, the game switched decisively Jamalco's way once Cornell Robinson netted in the 48th minute. Leon Callaghan, a former New Bowens player, scored the second in the 62nd minute before Xavier Daley 75th and Rushane Sharpe 81st completed an unlikely rout.