Holder says lessons to be learnt from India's class players

Despite taking some positives from their 1-3 One-Day International (ODI) series defeat to India, West Indies captain Jason Holder is adamant that there has to be improvements going forward. Read More

Jamaicans Dwyer, Stephens capture tennis titles

BY GERALD REID Observer writer | Saturday, July, 8 2017    

CLIFF Dwyer and Michaela Stephens of Jamaica crowned themselves boys' and girls' 18 and under singles champions at the 2017 Touch Tuina Blue Mountain Caribbean Junior Tennis Singles Championships at the Liguanea Club in New Kingston yesterday. Read More

It gets around! Symbol of Commonwealth Games the Queen's Baton on stopover in Jamaica

BY DWAYNE RICHARDS Observer writer | Saturday, July, 8 2017    

The Queen's Baton, the symbol of the Commonwealth Games, arrived in Jamaica on Wednesday as it continues its 388-day journey throughout the 70 Commonwealth territories. Read More

Team M&M confident of copping Double Six domino title

Saturday, July, 8 2017    

Team M&M re-energised its skills to take first place in the second regional round of the 2017 Nutramix Double Six Domino Tournament at Melbourne Club last Saturday in Kingston.The tournament saw several teams battling to secure a spot in the grand final. Read More

Date set for Jason Livermore's anti-doping hearing

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter walkerh@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, July, 8 2017    

Jamaican sprinter Jason Livermore is the latest athlete to be dragged before the Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel. Read More

Explosive Windies batsman Gayle not ready to quit the game

Saturday, July, 8 2017    

There was a whisper in the wind that Chris Gayle's surprise inclusion in the West Indies team for the one-off Finolex Pipes Twenty20 International against India was supposed to be his farewell contest. Read More

Gonsalves takes aim at CWI right to manage

Saturday, July, 8 2017    

ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC) — St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister, Dr Ralph Gonsalves has again questioned the authority of Cricket West Indies (CWI) to run the regional game, especially since the organisation has claimed to be a private entity. Read More

It's just not clicking for us, laments Aguilleira

Saturday, July, 8 2017    

TAUNTON, England (CMC) — Veteran West Indies Women batsman Merissa Aguilleira says she is at a loss to explain the side's wretched form in the ongoing ICC Women's World Cup. Read More

Hamilton's hopes hit by five-place grid penalty

Saturday, July, 8 2017    

SPIELBERG, Austria (AFP) — Lewis Hamilton's hopes of reducing Sebastian Vettel's 14-point lead in this year's drivers' world championship suffered a setback late yesterday when he was handed a five-place grid penalty for this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix. Read More

Jockey Dane Nelson could be back in the saddle at Caymanas Park

Saturday, July, 8 2017    

The Complete Racing Guide has been informed that Dane Nelson, who is currently riding at the Northlands Park racetrack in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, could return to regular riding at Caymanas Park. Read More

Jamaicans on the prowl in ITF junior tourney

Saturday, July, 8 2017    

MANY Jamaicans will be in action today as they hunt places in the main draw of the 2017 International Tennis Federation (ITF)/Jamaica Invitational Junior Tennis Tournament starting at the Eric Bell Tennis Centre, starting at 9:00 am. Read More

Jamai Raja heads field of 11 chasing purse of $1 million

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Saturday, July, 8 2017    

With no trophy race carded, a mixed field of aspiring four-year-olds, along with a few established older horses going to post in an Overnight Allowance call for three-year-olds and upward, will take centre stage at Caymanas Park today. Read More



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