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THIS WEEK IN SPORTGLOBE: JADCO boss Anne Shirley against the ropes...
2013-03-01 13:54:39 | (0 Comments)
JADCO boss Anne Shirley against the ropes
Embattled Executive Director of JADCO, Renee Anne Shirley - File
Renee Anne Shirley, the embattled executive director of the Jamaica Anti- Doping Commission (JADCO) on Monday, February 25, failed to show for a meeting called by the board. SportGlobe was reliably informed she would have been asked to hand in her resignation as executive director.
To volunteer or not
Recent reports tell of track & field meet officials clamouring for pecuniary reward for their days in the sun. Those aggrieved are not ruling out a withdrawal of services come next year, says Laurie Foster
Upsets on the cards in Contender series
There will be no draw as the nature of the series dictates that after each fight there must be a winner and a loser.
What’s an attitude in sports?
What exactly is an attitude problem as it relates to sports personalities and their performance? It is a question that continues to puzzle my simple mind, asks Oral Tracey.
Five questions with Winston Nevers
Winston Nevers is the most successful local netball coach with more than 50 titles across eight competitions. A past student of Leicesterfield Primary, he began coaching in 1986. He has guided many players to national representation, the first being Ann – Marie Grant in 1991.
Jamaicans heat up Florida Open
The Jamaican team heated up the frigid 37 degree temperature, with some fast and accurate shooting over the weekend of February 16–17 to land six of its members back on the collections podium.
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