Thursday, 5 December 2013

PART OF SPEECH: Fraser-Pryce inks another 4-year deal with Grace + Billy Heaven bats for progress in local cricket

HEIGHT OF HER CAREER: "Being a part of the Grace Kennedy family has definitely given me the strength and courage to first understand that I have so many persons who believe in me, who believe that if you work hard and stay committed to what it is that you want to achieve, then you will get there." Those heartfelt words coming from sprint queen Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce as she renewed her brand-ambassador contract (another four-year run) with Grace Kennedy Limited in Kingston on Wednesday -- and was presented with a special First Global platinum visa card.

A COLLECTIVE APPROACH: "We have effectively put together a team that will take the game forward. At the end of the first 100 days I will give a report on the progress and the plans we have put in place. We come with a team that comprises different skills sets, including highly qualified professionals, as well as past and present Jamaica and West Indies players." So says freshly installed president of the Jamaica Cricket Association, Wilford 'Billy' Heaven, addressing the 76th annual awards banquet of the Business House Cricket Board in Kingston on Saturday night.

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