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Girlz selection shelved

The proposed selection of at least 14 players for the Reggae Girlz final squad to the Fifa Women's World Cup has been placed on hold by Head Coach Hue Menzies and his team, pending a contractual agreement with the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF). Read More

Ardenne, Wolmer's, Calabar capture ISSA All-Island TT honours
ARDENNE High, Calabar High and Wolmer's Girls' captured the 2019 Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) All-Island Table Tennis Championships at Campion College Auditorium last Friday.... Read More

Five more medals added at World Summer Games
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Though not winning gold yesterday at the World Summer Games, the Special Olympics Jamaica (SOJ) contingent boosted its overall medal tally with three silver and two bronze medals.... Read More

JCA inks new US$500,000 deal with clothing sponsor STONEHILL
Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) yesterday signed a new three-year sponsorship deal with cricket gear manufacturer STONEHILL SPORTS valued at approximately US$500,000 (over US$150,000 per annum).... Read More

The hunt is on to increase medal tally

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Jamaica's teams to the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games remain in the hunt for medals with only two days of competition remaining. Read More

Topey named in Reggae Boyz squad for upcoming fixtures

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

Central defender Jamoi Topey is set to make his national senior team debut after being listed as the only newcomer in the Reggae Boyz 23-member squad for the final Concacaf Nations League (CNL) qualifying match against El Salvador, as well as an international friendly against Costa... Read More

Happy Howell looking to join Golden Boot race

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

A delighted Kenroy Howell could not hold back the smile as his brace helped Waterhouse FC to a comprehensive 4-2 at victory Tivoli Gardens on Sunday. Read More

Portmore claim $1-m bounty, as MBU pushed closer to drop

By Paul A Reid Observer writer | Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

TUCKER, St James — Defending champions Portmore United finally clinched the top spot in the Red Stripe Premier League and the $1 million incentive, after hammering former champions Montego Bay United (MBU) 5-1 at Wespow Park in the penultimate game of the regular season on... Read More

Thompson, Levy siblings win titles at All Jamaica Junior Squash Champs

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

It was a sibling success story with Lucas and Savannah Thomson as well as Tobias and Sebastian Levy winning age-group titles as the All Jamaica Junior Squash Championships wrapped up over the weekend at the Liguanea Club in Kingston. Read More

Omar walks in front

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

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Son Son shows his versatility

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

 THE Gresford Smith-conditioned Son Son continued to show improvement and moved closer to releasing his true potential when he a hard fought victory in an Optional Claiming ($650,000-$600,000) event on Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Caymanas Park. Read More

Racing news for Saturday, March 16, 2019

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

Papa Albert scores over four-furlongs Read More

Racing snaps for Satruday, March 16, 2019

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

Dressed in their Front Runner T-shirts, these gentlemen take a break during the race day. (Photos: Joseph Wellington)Jockey Osive Donegal washes off after bringing home Traditionalmedicin.Reading the form to find the winners. Read More

Photo: SILVER BLISS

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

Paula-Aye Whylie reacts after placing second for a silver medal in Division 32 of the female 100m race in 14.59 seconds to Janice Trinidad of the Phillipines at the Special Olympics World Summer Games at Dubai Police Officiers Club Track yesterday. Only twodays ago Whylie was denied a gold... Read More

Wadadah miss chance to join Faulkland atop Western Confed Super League

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

WHITEHOUSE, Westmoreland — Defending champions Wadadah FC missed a chance of joining Faulkland FC in the lead of the Jamaica Football Federation Western Confederation Charley's JB Rum Super League after being held 1-1 by Sandals South Coast at Crocs Lawn in Whitehouse, Westmoreland... Read More



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