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Arnett Gardens............1Reid (74th)Montego Bay United....1Kirlew (68th) Defending champions Montego Bay United and Arnett Gardens FC... Read More

Yasir bamboozles Windies to hand Pakistan series lead
Pakistan continued their successful visit to the Caribbean as an efficient bowling performance yesterday propelled them to a seven-wicket win over the West Indies to take a 1-0 lead in the first of the three-match Test series at Sabina Park.... Read More

Do or die!
PANAMA CITY, Panama — If ever there was a time when the cliché 'do or die' is more than just that, it's now.Critically, both Jamaica and El Salvador will be desperate for a win at the expense of each other when they clash in the second...... Read More

Papine rattle STETHS in Spalding Cup
PAPINE High have defending champions St Elizabeth Technical Technical High School (STETHS) in trouble as they gained a first-innings lead in their 2017 three-day ISSA/GraceKennedy Financial Group Spalding Cup cricket play-off at Melbourne Oval yesterday.... Read More

'Frog' takes on Canada's Breton in in Contender Series

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Wednesday, April, 26 2017   

Team Jamaica number two seed Richard “Frog” Holmes is all set to open his 2017 campaign in the Wray and Nephew White Overproof Rum Contender Boxing Series with a win tonight at the Chinese Benevolent Association. Read More

Midfielder Atkinson believes Young Boyz can bounce back

Wednesday, April, 26 2017   

PANAMA CITY, Panama — Coby Atkinson has not given up hope.He knows that hope will not win games, but if nothing else, it fuels the belief that you can. And that's somewhere to start.The... Read More

'Weah' to go, Tim!

Wednesday, April, 26 2017   

PANAMA CITY, Panama — Timothy Weah, simply 'Tim' to friends and relatives, does not have a famous father and doting Jamaican mother for nothing.The USA national Under-17 offensive player uses dad George Weah's footballing successes as... Read More

Shah leads Pakistan charge as West Indies wilt

Tuesday, April, 25 2017   

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AFP) — Yasir Shah completed a six-wicket haul to spearhead a second innings rout of the West Indies and put Pakistan on the verge of a comfortable victory on the final day of the first Test at Sabina Park in Kingston on Tuesday.Trailing... Read More

Dr Rory Dixon, first Jamaican appointed chief medical classifier by the IPC

Tuesday, April, 25 2017   

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Dr Rory Dixon has become the first Jamaican to be appointed Chief Medical Classifier by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).Trained in orthopaedics, Dr Dixon, in 2015, also had the distinction of being Jamaica's first... Read More

Eleven left in Caribbean Choice Jamaica Oaks

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, April, 25 2017   

Following another stage of declaration, 11 horses have been listed to compete in the Caribbean Choice sponsored fillies' only Jamaica Oak next Saturday.The Jamaica Oaks is the third Classic of the season, after the 1000 and 2000 Guineas run on... Read More

Merritt heads US dominance, De Grasse stars

Tuesday, April, 25 2017   

NASSAU, Bahamas (AFP) —American veteran Lashawn Merritt showed all his experience to bag a third successive 4x400m gold at the IAAF World Relays on Sunday, as Canadian Andre de Grasse underlined his credentials as Usain Bolt's most likely successor. Read More

Windies staring defeat Pakistan close to Sabina win

Tuesday, April, 25 2017   

Pakistan leg spinner Yasir Shah made the most of a deteriorating fourth-day pitch to leave West Indies desperately staring at defeat in the first Test at Sabina Park in Kingston. Read More

Exotic Gold bouncing back to win the 2012 Jamaica Oaks

Tuesday, April, 25 2017   

After flopping as the favourite in the 2012 Jamaica 1000 Guineas, Exotic Gold returned and outstayed rivals to win the $4.3 million Jamaica Bigga Oaks, handing Dane Nelson his only win to date in the 10-furlong event.Owned by Alexander Haber and... Read More

The Henrys have it

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, April, 25 2017   

In his first race, he finished second behind the winner of the 2000 Guineas, Fearles Samurai. In his second race, Henry The Second finished second behind the winner of the Jamaica Two- Year-Old Stakes and top two-year-old of last year, Sotomayor. Read More



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