Easy for Bilingual

Bilingual , the Anthony Nunes-trained Fearless Vision - Electrifying progeny, after three second-place finishes, finally got it right as she romped home easily by two lengths in a Restricted Allowance event over a mile... Read More

Tastee continues sponsorship of JISA Prep National football, netball competitions
TASTEE Limited will continue to sponsor the 2017 Jamaica Independent Schools' Association (JISA) National Under-12 football and netball competitions, which are slated to begin this month.... Read More

Wray & Nephew Fight Night set for this Saturday
Going on seven months since boxing hit the parish of St Elizabeth, I-Fight Promotions and Creative Sports in association with the Jamaica Boxing Board of Control return with the blockbuster Round Two seven-fight card this coming Saturday at the Alpart Sports...... Read More

Rain stalls feature contest in JCA Super League
Eastern Tigers and Southern Seals will have all to play for on today's second day of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) Super League two-day competition, after rain forced an early end to day one of their third-round feature contest at Melbourne Oval yesterday.... Read More

Six straight!

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Sunday, October, 1 2017    

Nathaniel Campbell scored a goal in each half to carry St George's College to a well-earned 2-1 win against a resolute Kingston Technical High in the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/FLOW Manning Cup sixth-round contest at Winchester Park yesterday. Read More

Three book passage to second round in daCosta Cup

BY PAUL A REID Observer Writer | Sunday, October, 1 2017    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Three schools including former champions Glenmuir High, who were not in action, secured zone honours and claimed valuable points for the second round as the return-round games in the first round of the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition... Read More

Photo: Six straight!

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

Nathaniel Campbell (left) of St George's College is a picture of concentration as he faces Jaheel Cunningham (right) of Kingston Technical High School during yesterday's ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup Group D encounter at Winchester Park. Campbell scored a brace to help his team to a 2-1 win. (Photo:... Read More

Burger King Grand Prix set for October 1 and 22

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

Restaurant Associates Limited (RAL), operators of Burger King in Jamaica, has announced the 20th annual Burger King Grand Prix Road Race will be staged today in Mandeville and October 22 in Portmore. Read More

18 female coaches for FIFA Intermediary Course

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

As a result of a very targeted approach by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), some 18 female coaches or former players will tomorrow begin a FIFA Intermediary Coaching Course for coaches of female players. Read More

Santos, Constant Spring to contest Masters League mid-season final

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

Zone winners Santos and Constant Spring will meet today at 4:00 pm in the mid-season final of the Masters League Competition at Barbican Football Field. Read More

Young Reggae Girlz look to bounce back against Costa Rica today

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, October, 1 2017    

After losing the first game 0-3, Jamaica's Under-17 Women's team would like to bounce back in the second and final game of their international friendly series against Costa Rica Under-17 Women's team at Winchester Park, St George's College, today. Read More

Battle of the Gardens, as Arnett face Tivoli in RSPL

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter walkerh@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, October, 1 2017    

Defending champions and early leaders Arnett Gardens tackle fierce rivals Tivoli Gardens at 6 o'clock in one of five Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) games on today. Read More

De Bruyne rocket sinks Chelsea, United rout Palace

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) — Manchester City underlined their title credentials as Kevin De Bruyne's thunderbolt sealed an impressive 1-0 win at Chelsea, while Manchester United remain hot on their heels after a 4-0 rout of Crystal Palace... Read More

29 hurt in French stadium barrier collapse

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

Amiens, France (AFP) — Twenty-nine fans were hurt, four of them seriously, when a barrier collapsed yesterday at a stadium in the northern French city of Amiens when away supporters celebrated a goal. Read More

Neymar sparkles as PSG thrash Bordeaux

Sunday, October, 1 2017    

Paris, France (AFP) — Neymar scored twice, including a first-half penalty, and created another goal as Paris Saint-Germain hammered previously unbeaten Bordeaux 6-2 in Ligue 1 yesterday. Read More


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