Speaking to Jamaican journalists yesterday, Dowie said: "... I'm feeling a bit of pressure with the top ranking but normally I would be more nervous at other meets, but I'm keeping my cool," citing the composure of a former Wolmer's athlete, Olympic 100m champion Shelly Ann Fraser.
Danielle Dowie of Wolmer's, who is ranked No one in the world, will be joined by Edwin Allen's Ristananna Tracey in the 400m hurdles. She says while she is feeling a bit of pressure, she is confident of winning the gold on Saturday.
is a versatile player, who can play on the forward line or slot into
the midfield. He returned to the island on Monday and describes his
relationship with the other seven boys as very close. "We
were very close, we were like brothers. For such a short period we
really got along well. The club (Sunderland AFC) also welcomed us into
the system, they treated us like we were part of it," said Holness.
His immediate focus, however, is on winning this season's Manning Cup competition with his Wolmer's Boys' School team.