Sport

Ministerial shot!

Monday, February 27, 2012    

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Minister with responsibility for sports, Natalie Neita-Headley, goes for a big hit at yesterday's launch of the St Catherine 50-over Cricket League at the Spanish Town Prison Oval yesterday. CEO of the sponsoring Jamaica Energy Partners Wayne (centre) McKenzie does wicketkeeping duty as Corrections Department wicketkeeper Bryan Latore looks on. Following a cheque presentation, Corrections Department and Old Harbour engaged each other in the opening match of the tournament which will end on May 23. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)


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