BANGALORE, India (CMC) - Chris Gayle’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) remained in contention for play-off berth beating Chennai Super Kings by 24 runs in their final league game of the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Saturday.
Gayle hit four sixes in a knock of 28 before he was caught by Mike Hussey of a delivery ...more »
Olympian Michael Frater signs the BACK2LIFE travelling wall made up of 15 yards of fabric, which supporters of the Rotary Club of Kingston's major project are asked to sign whenever Rotarians make presentations about the project to various interest groups or when persons visit the Rotary Club of Kingston's various meetings and events. Frater, together with fellow Olympian Asafa Powell, were on a tour of the Rio Cobre Juvenile Correctional Centre recently with the President of the Rotary Club of Kingston Manley Nicholson and Project Manager of the Rotary Club of Kingston's major project, BACK2LIFE, Lorna Phillips, as well as members of the club. Back2Life is a rehabilitation programme being undertaken by the Rotary Club of Kingston at the Rio Cobre Juvenile Correctional Centre, just outside of Spanish Town, St Catherine, which involves mentorship, life skills training, life coaching and family support.
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