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Cornwall show championship mettle in shoot-out win

CATHERINE HALL, St James — In-form Brandon Curate scored a stoppage-time penalty kick as defending champions Cornwall College clawed their way back into Saturday's ISSA Champions Cup quarter-final game at Montego Bay Sports Complex, before beating St George's College 3-2 in a... Read More

Coach Williams pleased with STATHS team's growth
With a record of 12 wins, two draws and no losses in the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup competition so far this season, St Andrew Technical High School (STATHS), seem poised to go all the way to secure their second lien on the coveted title.... Read More

Wolmer's to go for broke against youthful 'Charlie'
It has been a long and grueling season for both Charlie Smith High and Wolmer's Boys' in the schoolboy football competition.... Read More

First-time fiver for Anthony Nunes
Title-chasing trainer, Anthony Nunes saddled five winners on a single race day for the first in his career at the opening meet of the Diamond Mile two-day racing extravaganza at Caymanas Park on Friday, November 8.... Read More

The 'Warrior Chief' is back with a bang Jockey

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

The always popular former three-time champion jockey Dane Nelson dubbed the “Warrior Chief” by his legion of local fans, returned to local race-riding after another sojourn in Canada…and he did so with an almighty bang. Read More

Racing news – First Diamond Mile Race Day – Friday, November 8, 2019

Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

Consistency pays off for Msmyrtlerichiegirl Read More

The best in racing honoured

BY RUDDY ALLEN | Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

Three of Jamaica's finest-ever jockeys, Winston Griffiths, Emilio Rodriquez and George HoSang were honoured at the first Yearling Sale Triple Champions Awards Dinner held at the AC Hotel Kingston on Thursday evening (November 7). Read More

Race is on!

Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

The four semi-finalists for the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/Digicel Manning Cup will be known today, as six schools fight for three spots in four intriguing games to be played at two venues. Read More

'Admiral' Bailey embarks on another rescue act

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter walkerh@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

It seems like the umpteenth time that Glendon “Admiral” Bailey has been asked to rescue a club in dire straits as he makes a return to struggling Tivoli Gardens FC in the role of technical director. Read More

Kieran Powell hundred denies Scorpions

Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) — Test discard Kieran Powell stroked his fourth List A hundred to cancel out a wonderful century from Assad Fudadin, as Leeward Islands Hurricanes won their third on the trot with a dominant eight-wicket victory over Jamaica Scorpions here... Read More

Honouring the Triple winners of 2010, 2017, 2019

Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

The last three Triple Crown winners – Mark My Word (2010), She's A Maneater (2017) and Supreme Soul (2019) were honoured at the Yearling Sale Triple Champions Awards Dinner held at the AC Hotel in Kingston on Thursday evening (November 7). Read More

Racing snaps for Diamond Mile day one (Friday, November 8, 2019)

Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

Racing fans cheering on jockey Dane Nelson after each of his five winners on the day.(Photos: Naphtali Junior)Racing fans are happy to welcome home one of their favourite jockeys, Dane Nelson. Read More

Photo: RACE IS ON!

Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

Kingston College's Khalifah Richards goes down under a challenge from Rushane Richards of Wolmer's Boys' during their ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup Group G quarter-finalcontest at Stadium East last week. The game ended 1-1. (Photo: Naphtali Junior) Read More

Hope powers West Indies to ODI sweep over Afghanistan

Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

LUCKNOW, India (AFP) — Opening batsman Shai Hope struck an unbeaten century as West Indies outplayed Afghanistan by five wickets in the third One-Day International yesterday to complete a 3-0 series rout. Read More

Verma rips Windies apart as India take 2-0 lead

Tuesday, November, 12 2019    

GROS ISLET, St Lucia (CMC) — For the second time in as many days, 15-year-old Shafali Verma inflicted misery on West Indies Women, hammering her second straight half-century to condemn the hosts to a crushing 10-wicket defeat here Sunday. Read More



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