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XLCR, 'Jago' top Wesley Powell/Heart Institute of the Caribbean Track Meet

Hosts Excelsior High topped the points standing for the boys' section, while St Jago High topped the girls' equivaalent at the 16th staging of the Wesley Powell/Heart Institute of the Caribbean Track Meet on Saturday. Read More

Paul Palmer relishing role as Jamaica Scorpions skipper
PAUL Palmer, about to embark on another stint as Jamaica Scorpions cricket captain, is confident that experience has brought him up to speed on how to lead the team, as well as manage his role as a batsman.... Read More

Birthday girl Alia kicks off World Swimming Champs campaign today
JAMAICA'S champion swimmer Alia Atkinson will be hoping to double up on her birthday celebrations today by making the finals of the women's 50-metre breaststroke to get her campaign under way at the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships in Hangzhou, China.... Read More

Nunes to hold court in two-year-old offering
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Trudi's goal

BY SEAN A WILLIAMS Deputy Sport Editor | Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

Even though Jamaica's Reggae Girlz have been drawn against “tough” opponents for the Fifa Women's World Cup France 2019, team ace Trudi Carter remains unfazed by the enormity of the challenge. Read More

Hetmyer should remain true to himself

with Garfield Myers | Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

I found England's recent three-Test tour of Sri Lanka fascinating. Read More

Harbour View will make play-offs, insists playmaker Vassell

Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

Former champions Harbour View have had a less-than-impressive start to the 2018-19 Red Stripe Premier League and have been stuck in the relegation zone for much of the 15 match days. Read More

Sweet like honey!

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

“Sweet like honey.” Read More

Off the mark

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

SAMANTHA Fletcher became the first of the three female apprentices among the batch of 21 young riders who graduated from Jamaica Racing Commission Jockeys' Training School on September 29 to ride a winner at Caymanas Park. Read More

RACING NEWS FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2018

Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

STORM AT LAST Read More

Photos: Diamond Mile 2018 snaps

Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

The fashionable ladies were out in their numbers on Diamond Mile Day.Kelly (left) and Tara Nunes show their appreciation to Orpheus, who won on Diamond Mile Day.Trainer Kibbeisha Little (right) and her friend closely observing activities in the Parade Ring. Read More

Ronaldo urges Messi: 'Try something new, come to Italy'

Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

MILAN, Italy (AFP) — Cristiano Ronaldo has urged long-time rival Lionel Messi to be more like him and push his limits by challenging himself in another league than Spain. Read More

Hurricanes beat Pride, Permaul spurs Jaguars over Volcanoes

Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Off-spinner Terrance Warde snatched two wickets to spark a dramatic slide as Leeward Islands Hurricanes stunned Barbados Pride by 34 runs in their day/night opener of the Regional Four-Day... Read More

England keep faith with Test squad for West Indies tour

Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — England kept faith yesterday with the squad that delivered a Test whitewash in Sri Lanka, naming the same 16 players who finished that tour for the series against the West Indies. Read More

Photo: Trudi's goal

Tuesday, December, 11 2018    

CARTER (foreground)... I honestly feel that if we go out there and play the way we know how to play, I feel like we could give them (Australia, Brazil, Italy) a challenge (Photo: Observer file) Read More



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