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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1999, Kingston, KingstonDecember k i Arnott gardens Clamp Down on skipper Lowe fined banned by Fth Troy Prendergast staff reporter temperamental National player Onandia Lowe s future at National Premier league Arnett gardens is in grave doubt. The big Utility player and Captain of the Side was fined two months salary and banned indefinitely yesterday following his last minute Deci Sion not to play against Reno on sunday in their crucial nil at the Tony Spaulding sports Complex. The management of the club also said if another local team was interested in purchasing Lowe it would have to pay at least Arnett fur ther said they would accept Only Purchase agree ments from overseas clubs. It is understood the West Kingston team Origi Nally wanted to suspend the troubled player for 15 months but had a change of heart during a Spe Cial management meeting on the Lowe Issue yesterday. Geoffrey the coach of Arnett said he fully supported the club s Deci Sion. Am in total agreement with the stance taken by the management of the Maxwell said after the meeting. 1 think Onandia has got to get his act together. Whatever disagreement he had with the i thought he dealt with it very he said. Turn up for a game 15 minutes before and announce to Toje in the presence of the that Hev Vas not going to play is very bad and is something that i will not accept. Players must understand they have a four year contract with the club and they Are entitled to follow the stipulations of the contract. We have to set that hopefully other clubs will Maxwell said. Lowe s who wished not to be said she would not comment on the Issue. Who openly challenged Maxwell to replace him after he was Given instructions in a league game against the Jamaica defence Force earlier this has had a rollercoaster relation ship with the club since his Transfer from waterhouse Atixhe beginning of the season. Only Lowe left the Island for a trial with English third division team Hull City with out the permission or the knowledge of the club. The move infuriated the club s management but the 25-year-Oiif National player apologised on his return to the Island. Lowe has also had a Rocky history with the National team and has been dropped from the squad several times for disciplinary reasons including an infamous walk off the pitch during a world cup qualifier against Mexico in 1997. Atkinson i next i coach praises Atkinson Cana the american swim Ming coach Larry Schoffer believes Jamaica s Janelle Atkinson will be ready to be competitive at the olympics in Sydney Australia september. Schoffer coaches Atkinson at the Bolles for which she won a 400 metres freestyle Sil ver and 800-free Bronze at the us open in Texas this past weekend. Is developing very Schoffer said. Of our training now will be directed towards August. We have some very Good competitions coming up throughout the year that will put her up against some of the people she will be racing with at the Atkinson is ranked fifth in the world in the 1500 metres seventh in the 800 and eighth in the 400-free. Schoffer praised the 17-year old triple pan am games Silver medallist for her dedication and suggested she will be ready for Sydney. Way she has gone about getting better these years is training hard every and we Are just looking to improve on what we have done in the past and swim just As Good As can at the olympic meet in to defending champions Arnett Hunting their fifth red Label wine safa Jackie Bellko meet olympic gardens in the open ing game of a Quarter final doubleheader at the Harbour View mini stadium today at . In the other National Premier league Cham pions Tivoli gardens will oppose waterhouse at the victors will join constant Spring and Harbour View in the Semi finals. Constant Spring got by nil struggles the Jamaica defence Force 1-0 while Harbour View accounted for Duhaney Park 3-1. The Geoffrey Maxwell coached Arnett which last won the title in is on a High following Back to Back victories in the nil. They will look to seasoned players in Cornel Denton Carlington Emmanuel and newcomer Jahmalie Anderson to Lead their charge while goalkeeper Loxley Reid will the defence. The Dave Clarke coached olympic Hunting their first Jackie Bell will have an hard Job on their hands and goalkeeper Paul Prendergast will have to be in top form against Arnett s formidable attack. Tivoli coached by Vernon will Chase their second title with National striker Steve Green leading the charge along with David King and Ricardo Harvey. Waterhouse will be bolstered by the return of brazilian technical director Roberto Rodriquo As Hunt their third title with National representatives Kevin Lamey. Damion Powell and Irvino English. Catherine Hall seek revenge Western Bureau Catherine Hall will be for revenge when they meet newly promoted tornadoes in the first round of the St. James a inbound merchants of Jamaica knockout at the Udo Field this afternoon starting at. Who were promoted from the sandals division two last had beater Hall in first meeting this season the first round of the president s cup knockout. The Winner of today s game will Advance to the second round where they will meet the Winner of tomorrow s game Between it Salem pc and National a league club Violet kickers. It. Salem have beaten kickers the past two times they have met in knockout competitions and will have the psycho logical Edge going into the game. Sting became the first team to Advance via the Golden goal on tuesday when Kenrick Barrett scored in the 98th minute to beat ban Doleros 1-0 at the Udo Field sting will face Fogo United the next round on december 17. Fogo advanced on monday after edging the other promoted team. 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