Sport

Leaders Portmore, Humble Lion in mouth-watering clash

Leaders Portmore United and Humble Lion clash in the feature Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) game at 3:30 pm at the Spanish Town Prison Oval, while Sandals South Coast and Montego Bay United hunt their first win of the season. Read More

Four former champs make winning start
MONTEGO BAY, St James — Four former champions got off to winning starts as the quarter-final round of the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup competition got underway yesterday.... Read More

Triple for trainer Nunes, jockey Cardenas
Jockey Dick Cardenas and trainer Anthony Nunes combined to take the spotlight at Caymanas Park yesterday with a polished three-timer, one of which was Siempre Bueno in the Ahwhofah Sprint, a three-year-old and up Overnight Company over six furlongs (1,200m).... Read More

Young Girlz face Puerto Rico for place in CONCACAF Champs
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Xavier Gilbert, head coach of Jamaica's Under-17 Women's team, believes the young Reggae Girlz are capable enough to get past Puerto Rico to book their place in next year's CONCACAF Championship to be held in Nicaragua.... Read More

Hope shines, but Windies falter to give Zimbabwe edge

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe (CMC) — The enterprising Shai Hope was left stranded, agonisingly short of a third Test hundred as West Indies lost seven wickets in a dismal final session to be bowled out cheaply, giving minnows Zimbabwe the advantage on the opening day of the first Test here... Read More

Groups Three, Four appear strong on paper

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

MONTGEO BAY, St James — On paper, Groups Three and Four in the quarter-finals of the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition could be termed 'Groups of Death' with strong teams bidding for spots in the semi-finals. Read More

JC off with a bang in quarter-final round

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter walkerh@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, October, 22 2017    

Defending champions Jamaica College (JC) blanked Bridgeport High 2-0 to take control of Group H of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup quarter-final round, while Kingston College (KC) were held 1-1 by Calabar High at the Stadium East field yesterday. Read More

All squared in Group G

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

It's all squared at the end of the first set of games in quarter-final action in Group G of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup football competition. Read More

Campbell ton pilots CUC into strong position

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

Opener Jon-Ross Campbell struck an unbeaten century yesterday to power Combined Universities and Colleges into a strong position against Eastern Tigers in the Jamaica Cricket Association two-day Super League match at Melbourne Oval. Read More

Upbeat Sunshine Girls off to Down Under

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

For the first time in a year, a core of Jamaica's most experienced Sunshine Girls will take up the reins with hopes of a competitive showing at the two-day Fast-Five Netball World Series in Melbourne, Australia. Read More

Paul Francis to take over from brother Stephen at MVP

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

There has been a change at the top of the coaching ranks at the world-renowned MVP Track Club for the first time since it came into being in September 1999, as Paul Francis will take over the reins from his older brother Stephen, according to a release issued... Read More

'Coolie Pele' basks in Bell/Ziadie football honour

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

The 31st staging of the annual Bell/Ziadie Memorial Football Festival was held on Heroes' Day at Winchester Park, with hundreds of patrons turning out to see a true football feast. Read More

Harmony, Coopers Pen seek KO final berth

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

COOPERS PEN, Trelawny — Last season's Trelawny Football Association's Major League champions Harmony FC and beaten finalists Coopers Pen will this afternoon seek to qualify for the final of the President's Cup KO when they take on first-round winners Salt Marsh FC and Duanvale FC... Read More

Sri Lankans level series after big win over Windies A

BY GARFIELD MYERS Editor-at-Large, South Central Bureau | Sunday, October, 22 2017    

FLORENCE HALL, Trelawny — Left-arm spinner Malinda Pushpakumara completed a second innings 6-46 for a match haul of 12-98 to bowl Sri Lanka A to a comprehensive 280-run win over West Indies A with more than a day to spare in the second 'Test' at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium... Read More

Mourinho fumes as loss lets Man City pull away

Sunday, October, 22 2017    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Jose Mourinho lambasted his Manchester United players after yesterday's shock 1-2 defeat at Huddersfield Town enabled Manchester City to move five points clear at the Premier League summit. Read More



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