JADCO hosts panel discussion at 2018 Senior Athletes Anti-Doping Education workshop

The Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) hosted a panel discussion at the fifth annual Senior Athletes Anti-Doping Education Workshop, which was held a Jamaica Conference Centre on Saturday. Read More

Semi-finalists battle for D'Cup final berths
CATHERINE HALL, St James — After almost a month's break, the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup football competition resumes today with semi-final action at Montego Bay Sports Complex and four former champions seeking spots in the December 1 final.... Read More

Shirley, Thomas star, but Y Speedos top Walter Lowi Swim Classic
AFTER a one-year-hiatus, the Aquatic Sports Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) Walter Lowi Memorial Swim Classic returned with a bang, as Jamaica's young sensations took to the return with great relish, establishing approximately 33 meet records at the National Aquatic Centre on Saturday.... Read More

Another Vigorous, Orpheus fancied for Overnight Allowance dash
ALTHOUGH the Joshua Morrison Memorial Cup is the feature race, it is an Overnight Allowance event divided into two sections that will highlight today's 10-race card at Caymanas Park with some hot steppers competing over the five-furlong (1,000m) straight course.... Read More

H'View, Arnett Gardens share points at Compound

Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

A plucky display by Harbour View FC earned a 1-1 draw against Arnett Gardens FC at the Harbour View Stadium on Monday that went a long way to encourage Head Coach Ricardo “Bibby” Gardner that his team is finally turning the corner to recovery. Read More

End of an era

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter | Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

St George's College brought Jamaica College's five-year reign as Manning Cup champions to an end with a 2-1 win, while Kingston College defeated St Andrew Technical High School (STATHS) by a similar scoreline as both teams advanced to the final set for November 30. Read More

We had STGC chasing, says Cornwall's Weatherly

Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

Cornwall College and Jamaica College will meet in a championship game in an ISSA senior schoolboy football competition for the second time in two years, after comprehensive wins in their respective semi-finals of the Champions Cup on Friday at Sabina Park. Read More

El Salvador coach confident of beating Jamaica in final qualifier

Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

HAMILTON, Bermuda (CMC) — Despite a shock defeat to Bermuda last weekend, El Salvador coach Carlos de los Cobos remains optimistic about his side's chances of clinching a place in next year's Concacaf Gold Cup, and is now plotting a takedown of Jamaica's Reggae Boyz in their final... Read More

Coach optimistic as Camperdown depart for Bermuda Classics

Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

Nyron Hurd's optimism is high as his Camperdown High School team looks to depart the island today for Bermuda to participate in a Thanksgiving Basketball Classic, to be held in the British territory situated in the North Atlantic Ocean from November 22-25. Read More

ISSA Urban Schools netball continues today

Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

Excelsior High, Gaynstead High and Norman Manley High maintained their unbeaten streak by scoring their fourth-straight wins in the 2018 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Urban High Schools netball leagues as the second round continued at the Leila... Read More


Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

Jamaica College's goalkeeper Khari Williams (right) looks on helplessly as his team concedes against St George's College in yesterday's ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup semi-final game inside National Stadium. St George's College won 2-1. (Photo: Norman Thomas) Read More

Law ends stint prematurely, Pothas takes over

Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Australian Stuart Law has apparently ended his stint with West Indies ahead of the Bangladesh series which bowls off later this week. Read More

CFU boss Harris says Caribbean football on path for revival

BY SEAN A WILLIAMS Deputy Sport Editor | Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

CARIBBEAN Football Union (CFU) President Randolph “Randy” Harris thinks regional football is poised for a renaissance, and he has said so. Read More

Racers look to improved shooting against Hummingbirds

Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

Fixing St Catherine Racers' shooting pitfalls will be key on coach Christopher Smart's mind when his team challenges Kingston Hummingbirds, the defending champions, in Netball Jamaica's Berger Elite League feature match at Leila Robinson Courts... Read More

Exotic Wagers — November 21, 2018

Wednesday, November, 21 2018    

Sunrise-6Race 1) Dunrobin/Determine KingRace 2) PakmanRace 3) Pure Heart/Isotope/Nala's BushmanRace 4) Another Vigorous/Nuclear FlightRace 5) Bold Aflair Read More


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