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'We have to keep working!'

Former Reggae Boyz goalkeeper and Jamaican World Cup '98 veteran Aaron Lawrence admits that his Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) Sandals South Coast FC team is lacking quality in some key areas and he intends to boost the player stock in the January transfer window. Read More

Gayle half-century hands Riders win over Dynamites
DHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC) – West Indies superstar Chris Gayle notched his second half-century in as many days to fire Rangpur Riders to a narrow three-run victory over Kieron Pollard's Dhaka Dynamites, but Dwayne Smith's fifty proved in vain as Rajshahi Kings lost again in the...... Read More

Record-breaking Gunning on target at Stockport Metro Meet
English-based Jamaican swimmer Michael Gunning has hardly placed a stroke wrong in recent times and is proving just how much of a force he can be when called upon to represent the island on the international stage.... Read More

STATHS IT!
Defending champions Jamaica College (JC) and St Andrew Technical High School (STATHS) advanced to the final of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup football competition with exciting wins over Holy Trinity and Kingston College (KC), respectively, inside the National Stadium...... Read More

Champs KC whip Camperdown in Under-16 football

Thursday, November, 23 2017    

Defending champions Kingston College (KC) kick-started the second round of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Under-16 competition with a 4-1 trouncing of Camperdown High on Tuesday. Read More

Latham replaces Guptill as skipper for Windies tour game

Thursday, November, 23 2017    

LINCOLN, New Zealand (CMC) — Tom Latham will lead New Zealand A against West Indies in the three-day tour match starting Saturday after Martin Guptill was ruled out with a hamstring injury. Read More

Brathwaite into top 20 ahead of Black Caps Test

Thursday, November, 23 2017    

LONDON, England (CMC) — West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite has broken into the top 20 of the ICC batting rankings after rising one place in the latest release on Tuesday. Read More

Windies relishing NZ conditions after Zimbabwe labours — coach

Thursday, November, 23 2017    

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (CMC) — Head coach Stuart Law is expecting a tough challenge from the Black Caps in the upcoming two-Test series but believes the conditions here will still favour the West Indies brand of cricket, as they look to spring a surprise on the home side. Read More

Young Reggae Girlz bow into action against Dom Rep in final round CFU qualifiers

Wednesday, November, 22 2017    

The three-month-plus wait for the final phase of Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Under-20 Women's Championships qualifiers has now come to an end for Jamaica's young Reggae Girlz, as they bow into action against Dominican Republic today. Read More

Arnett Gardens outgun Harbour View to maintain lead atop RSPL

Wednesday, November, 22 2017    

Defending champions Arnett Gardens FC continue to lead the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) football title chase with an insouciant, second-half, two-goal spurt that handed former four-time champions Harbour View FC consecutive defeats in a 2-1 result at the Anthony... Read More

JC set sights on Manning Cup title defence

Wednesday, November, 22 2017    

It was tough how Jamaica College's (JC) ISSA/FLOW Super Cup campaign came to an end on the weekend, but Manager Ian Forbes says that is now a thing of the past as the focus has been switched to their Manning Cup title defence. Read More

Newcomers shine at age group squash tourney

Wednesday, November, 22 2017    

Newcomers Savannah Thomson, Alexander Desnoes and Christian Haddad created a stir when they emerged winners at a Jamaica Squash Association's age group tournament, which was held at the Liguanea Club over the weekend. Read More

5-star showing!

BY PAUL A RIED Observer writer | Wednesday, November, 22 2017    

CATHERINE HALL, St James — Former champions Clarendon College (CC) and Rusea's High will meet in the final of the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition after scoring big wins in yesterday's semi-finals played at the Montego Bay Sports... Read More

Gaynsteadd, Queen's School in exciting 32-32 draw in Urban high school netball

BY GERALD REID Observer writer | Wednesday, November, 22 2017    

GAYNSTEAD High and The Queen's School played to a thrilling 32-32 draw in their feature match of the 2017 Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Urban High School Senior League encounter at St Andrew High School for Girls on Monday. Read More

Ja cop five medals at Suriname Badminton Open

Wednesday, November, 22 2017    

Jamaica secured five medals, inclusive of one gold, two silver and two bronze, at 11th staging of the 2017 Suriname International Badminton Open Championship which was held at Ismay van Wilgen Sporthal, Paramaribo, Suriname, from November... Read More



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