Long-time Waterhouse saviour Lamey returns in 0-0 draw

first_img Yesterday’s results Kevin Lamey’s first Red Stripe Premier League football game in over two years and his first for Waterhouse in over five years ended in a 0-0 draw against Boys’ Town at Barbican Complex yesterday. The striker, who is revered by the Waterhouse faithfuls, showed glimpses of his abilities despite looking a bit short on pace. However, coach Paul Young, who brought in the veteran to add experience and to guide the youngers, thought the 40-year-old was excellent on the day and voted him as his Man of the Match. “Lamey was brought in to add experience, and we know the notoriety of Lamey; he is a true finisher. He can offer some help as he holds the ball up well at the top of field and brings the midfielders into play, and he did that brilliantly. For a player who has not played 90 minutes for so long, he did extremely well. He was my Man of the Match today. But Lamey is here to help guide the youngsters, and when he can score, he will score,” Young insisted. In a hotly contested game, which saw Waterhouse being reduced to 10 men following a second yellow card to Rohan Amos on 56 minutes, both teams had great chances to score, with Peter Keyes getting the bulk of the chances for Boys’ Town and Kenroy Howell getting the better opportunities for Waterhouse. Keyes thought he had given Boys’ Town the lead after 15 minutes, but the goal was waved off for offside. The former Waterhouse player then had two other great chances in that first-half and another three in the second half, but he volleyed over with only the goalkeeper to beat in the 68th minute, and then headed against the post a minute later, with two of his better opportunities. Howell was equally threatening for Waterhouse as Boys’ Town found it difficult to track his runs from deep. He had three great chances in the first period, the best of which came on 45 minutes at the end of a solo run. But he muffed his effort with Lamey wide open. After the break, Howell remained Waterhouse’s biggest scoring option, and 15 minutes from the end, he was unfortunate to see his effort from six yards rebound off the bar and back into the arms of goalkeeper Mikhail Harrison. Sean Coleman and Jermaine ‘Tuffy’ Anderson, who came on as a late sub in the 75th minute, also came close for Waterhouse. The match ended on an ugly noted after Anderson was alleged to have elbowed Boys’ Town defender Xavier Virgo, rendering him temporarily unconscious and with a suspected fractured nose. Virgo was taken to hospital for treatment. Boys’ Town’s head coach, Andrew Price, said he would have to review the incident before commenting. However, he believes they had the better chances to win, even though they were missing five regular starters. “We had enough dominance to have won the game. We got a number of chances, and our forwards were not clinical in front of goal. Otherwise, we should have won by a wide margin,” he said. Boys’ Town stayed sixth with 26 points, while Waterhouse remained at the bottom on 16, two points behind Rivoli and three adrift of Tivoli. Boys’ Town 0 Waterhouse 0 Reno FC 1 UWI FC 3 Humble Lion 0 Cavalier SC 1 Arnett Gardens 2 MoBay United 1 Tivoli Gardens vs Rivoli United POSTPONED Today’s match 8:40 p.m. Harbour View vs Portmore United at Harbour View Stadiumlast_img read more

Multi-Coloured 60-75cm Halloween Long Curly Women Anime Lolita Cosplay Wig : Item is pretty good quality and colour is very vibrant but i

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Human Rights Watch: testosterone limit for female athletes is discrimination

first_imgShare on LinkedIn Billie Jean King and other top athletes call for end to ‘discriminatory’ testosterone policy Read more Human Rights Watch has accused the International Association of Athletics Federations of discriminating against female athletes with naturally high levels of testosterone and urged the governing body to scrap its hyperandrogenism rule.From 1 November, female athletes who race between 400 metres and a mile and have at least five nanomoles of testosterone per litre (nmol/L) of blood will have to reduce that amount to within the usual female range for the hormone or race against men or other “intersex” athletes.The IAAF first introduced a testosterone limit for female athletes in 2011 but the rule was suspended by the court of arbitration for sport in 2015 after an appeal by the Indian sprinter Dutee Chand. Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Sport politics Andy Bull IAAF “Women with intersex variations have the same rights to dignity and bodily integrity as all women. But the new IAAF regulations coerce some women to undergo unnecessary medical intervention to alter their hormone levels simply because their naturally occurring testosterone is atypical.”The IAAF, however, has repeatedly defended its rule and the science that supports it. Last week, it responded to the Women’s Sports Foundation open letter with one of its own that said it “has not and will never try to prevent women from participating in athletics”.It explained that women with DSD can still compete at domestic level but if they want to race the specified distances they must “take measures to ensure their testosterone levels are under 5nmol/L (which puts them on an even playing field with the rest of the female population)”.Likening the rule to restriction on age in age-group competitions or weight divisions in combat sports, the IAAF added that it “makes no judgment about gender or sexual identity” and only wants to “maintain a fair and meaningful category for women” in athletics. PA Support The Guardian Since you’re here… Given two years by Cas to find a scientific justification for the rule, the IAAF produced a study last year that it claims proves female athletes with male levels of testosterone have a significant advantage over women with more usual, much lower, levels of the male sex hormone.This advantage, the IAAF claims, is particularly marked in middle-distance events, hence the 400-metres-to-a-mile stipulation, although it has described the rule as a “living document” that can be updated as more research is carried out.But ever since the revised rule was announced in April, the IAAF has been forced to defend itself from accusations of bad science and bias, with much of the debate focused on the rule’s most obvious target, South Africa’s two-times Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya.It was her arrival on the scene in 2009 that prompted the IAAF to try to find a more scientific basis for its gender rules in the first place and she remains the world’s most high-profile athlete with “differences of sexual development” (DSD).Semenya announced her intention to challenge the rule at Cas last month and she was backed by the Women’s Sport Foundation, which accused the IAAF of “exacerbating discrimination against women in sport who are perceived as not prescribing to normative ideas about femininity”.That view has now been supported by Human Rights Watch. In an open letter to the IAAF its women’s rights director, Liesl Gerntholtz, wrote: “The IAAF eligibility regulations for the female classification discriminate against women on the basis of their sex and their sex characteristics.“Regulations that call for scrutiny of women’s naturally occurring hormone levels are at root a form of judgment and a questioning of women’s sex and gender identity. Human rights Caster Semenya and the IAAF: if the science is wrong, the ruling is wrong Share via Email … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we made the choice to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. 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