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Digicel upgrades to new SportsMax app

Digicel has completed upgrades to its LTE network, which the company says doubles the usual LTE speed to allow glitch-free streaming of schoolboy football matches via the new SportsMax app which has replaced the Digicel PlayGo app from last season. Read More

JC respond in style after lightning strike incident
Jamaica College (JC) produced the expected response against Innswood High in the Inter- Secondary Schools Sports Association/Digicel Manning Cup competition yesterday, after the drama of the game against Wolmer's Boys' on Monday.... Read More

Coach Lettman leaves Herbert Morrison
BOGUE, St James — A new coaching staff will be on the Herbert Morrison Technical bench next Wednesday when the two-time former champions host Spot Valley High in a return-round ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup Zone C game after Leecroft Lettman resigned his position on...... Read More

Annotto Bay stay perfect in daCosta Cup
Annotto Bay High ran their perfect record to three games in Zone J of the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup football competition on Wednesday, beating Tacky High 6-1 in their first-round game at the Westmoreland Oval. The win maintained their lead in the zone.... Read More

Boyz climb into Fifa's top 50 list

Friday, September, 20 2019    

National senior men's team Head Coach Theodore Whitmore has expressed cautious optimism at the positive movement of the Reggae Boyz in the Fifa rankings issued yesterday. Read More

Stranger Danger moves on to Invitational Mile

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, September, 20 2019    

The Wayne DaCosta conditioned Stranger Danger continued to substantiate the claim of being one of the top racers currently in training, with another sublime performance on Saturday (September 14) at Caymanas Park. Read More

Trevor Simpson, Neville Stephenson on the winning trail in Canada

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, September, 20 2019    

Jamaican jockeys Trevor Simpson and Neville Stephenson continued to raise the local flag on the international horse racing circuit when they combined to win six races on the seven-race programme at the Lethridge racetrack in Canada last Saturday. Read More

Supreme Soul preps for Superstakes in Mark My Word

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, September, 20 2019    

After completing a historic Triple Crown victory in July Supreme Soul returns to the racetrack in the Mark My Word Trophy going 9 furlongs and 25 yards (1,820m). Interestingly, Mark My Word was also a Triple Crown... Read More

Hanging by a thread

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 20 2019    

Jamaica Tallawahs stand-in Captain Chadwick Walton is still rating his team's chances to sneak into the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) play-off, despite them slipping to their fifth loss of the campaign on Wednesday. Read More

Azar evaluates Tennis Jamaica's selection processes

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 20 2019    

TENNIS Jamaica President John Azar says his administration is making steps to change processes tied to player selection for various national teams. Read More

Wow Wow, England's Rose showdown

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, September, 20 2019    

Bearings and Accessories Limited is joining with Caymanas Park to celebrate their 60th birthday together. Read More

With all shoes on She’s An Introvert is a winner

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, September, 20 2019    

“I was expecting what I got,” so said owner Michael Bernard after his America-bred three-year-old bay filly She's An Introvert won a one mile Restricted Stakes call for imported three-year-olds and upward non-winners of three and a maiden native-bred three-year-olds and... Read More

As always Cash Is King

Friday, September, 20 2019    

After highly fancied Task Force did not win as expected in the first of two juvenile races on Saturday, going down in Division 1, the smile returned to the face of trainer Anthony Nunes when Cash Is King... Read More

Toona Ciliata goes to the Superstakes with confidence

Friday, September, 20 2019    

Toona Ciliata threw down the gauntlet in no uncertain manner to his more established and senior campaigners for the upcoming Superstakes (10 furlongs) with a quality performance in the Errol “Big Sub” Subratie Memorial Trophy race at Caymanas Park on Saturday (September... Read More

THE ANALYSIS – THE AWARDS for Saturday, September 14, 2019

Friday, September, 20 2019    

This year's renewal of the Governor General Stakes Grade 1 over 2,000 metres presented undefeated US-bred colt Stranger Danger (Omar Walker) the opportunity to stretch his string of victories to eight in the day's sixth event. What was most interesting was the post-race interview by... Read More



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