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It's been a long time coming!

PRESIDENT of the USA-based Jamaica International Female Football Development (JIFFD) Lavern Deer says the Reggae Girlz's historic qualification to the Fifa World Cup resonates beyond the shores of Jamaica. Read More

First D'Cup quarter-finalists to be known today
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JISA/Tastee netball competition gets cracking with one-day rally
The JISA/Tastee National Prep Schools Under-12 Netball competition got underway with a one-day rally at the Leila Robinson Courts yesterday.... Read More

UWI Run going the distance to help needy students
With proceeds from the CB Group University of The West Indies (UWI) 5K and Smart Eggs Kids K going directly towards the development of sports and education, Mayberry Investments could not resist being a part of such a worthy cause and has pumped $250,000 in...... Read More

Alacran, Marley foundations come in for special praise for sticking with Girlz

Friday, October, 19 2018    

Jamaica's senior Reggae Girlz have made history qualifying for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup slated to take place next summer in France, but it did not come without unwavering support by many. Read More

For you, my lady

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, October, 19 2018    

While the celebrations of the Reggae Girlz's historic achievement of qualifying for the 2019 Fifa Women's World Cup continue, the call for more support of the women's programme was the order of the day as members of the delegation returned home yesterday. Read More

Princess Annie seems to like it long

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 19 2018    

“ Princess Annie seems to be just like her half-brother, Future King , who is bred to go long and the hope is that she, with time, can develop into a useful filly,”... Read More

Ahwhofah? Patriarch is the one

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, October, 19 2018    

 THERE are three trophy races on a packed 11-race card tomorrow at Caymanas Park. Read More

Assessing Gold Cup hero Will In Charge, the rest

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, October, 19 2018    

 THE dust has now settled on the 46th running of the Cal's Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at Caymanas Park. The impressions left are very clear for all to see, assess and determine a point of view. Read More

Bigdaddykool is all racehorse – Nunes

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, October, 19 2018    

Bigdaddykool removed all doubts about his well-being as, after a long lay-up due to injury, he again demonstrated his capabilities to win the $1.15-million Nigel B Nunes Memorial Cup feature over nine furlongs and 25 yards (1,820m) on Monday. Read More

Our race plan – trainer Robert Pearson

Friday, October, 19 2018    

FOLLOWING the dominating performance by Will In Charge to win the 46th running of the $3-million Cal's Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup on Saturday, trainer Robert Pearson's confidence could not be higher as he now targets the Superstakes and the Diamond Mile. Read More

I know Will In Charge is the best – Bagwandeen

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, October, 19 2018    

THE win by Will In Charge in Saturday's Cal's Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup has placed him on top as the best horse currently in training at Caymanas Park, and puts him ahead for the Horse of the Year title. Read More

Francia's Pride comes good

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 19 2018    

DESPITE going off at odds of 10-1, trainer Fitzroy Glispie said he was never in doubt that his bay mare Francia's Pride would win the Monday Morning Overnight Allowance event at Caymanas Park on Saturday. Read More

A double to start for apprentice Reyan Lewis

Observer writer | Friday, October, 19 2018    

IT was a day to remember for apprentice Reyan Lewis, who rode his first winner on the Fiztroy Glispie-trained Deal Marker in the third race at Caymanas Park on Saturday. Read More

First triple goes to Tevin Foster

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 19 2018    

CLAIMING apprentice jockey Tevin Foster couldn't have dreamt of a better start to his riding career.Foster has already ridden six winners from 20 mounts to lead the charge of the 21 apprentices who started their careers on September 29. Read More



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