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Scorpions hold on for draw versus Pride

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaica Scorpions ended on 98-6 in their second innings on Sunday to earn a draw against visitors Barbados Pride in the rain-truncated regional four-day match at Sabina... Read More

Pride declare on 304-7 versus Scorpions

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Barbados Pride declared on 304-7 just at the supper break in the day/night affair in reply to Jamaica Scorpions 176-8 declared on Sunday's final day of the rain-interrupted regional four-day match at Sabina Park. Read More

Pride reach 211-5 in reply to Scorpions 176-8 decl

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Barbados Pride are 211-5 at the tea break in reply to Jamaica Scorpions 176-8 declared on Sunday's final day of the rain-affected regional four-day match at Sabina Park.Left-hander Jonathan Carter is unbeaten on 71, while Justin Greaves is on six. Read More

Pakistan put off West Indies series to March

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

LAHORE, Pakistan (AFP) — Pakistan Saturday put off their three-match Twenty20 series with the West Indies scheduled later this month to March next year, citing weather conditions as the reason for the postponement. Read More

Jamaica face Guyana in featured men's CAC Games qualifier today

BY GERALD REID Observer writer | Saturday, November, 11 2017    

JAMAICA will take on Guyana in the featured men's match of the 2017 Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games qualifying hockey tournament today at the Jamaica National (JN) Hockey Field, beginning at 4:00 pm. Read More

Mixed fortunes for Atkinson in Swimming World Cup

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Jamaica's Alia Atkinson closed day one on the seventh leg of the FINA/Airweave Swimming World Cup with mixed performances, though she continued to enjoy good form in the 50-metre breaststroke in Beijing, China, yesterday. Read More

JC, Dinthill, KC, Rusea's begin Super Cup quest

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Saturday, November, 11 2017    

CATHERINE HALL, St James — The tempo is expected to rise several levels today as Dinthill Technical High and Kingston College (KC), losers in their respective knockout finals earlier this week, seek to stay on course for their first hold on the FLOW Super Cup when action continues... Read More

Gayle seeks to cash in on Australia court win

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Sydney , Australia (AFP) — West Indies cricket superstar Chris Gayle is seeking to cash in on a court case win against an Australian media group, promising a tell-all interview — but only if the price is right. Read More

Jamaican swimmers shine at Florida State swim champs

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Jamaica's young swimmers showed their class in inspiring fashion as they produced a series of good performances when matching up with quality competition at the recently concluded Florida State Swimming Championships. Read More

Scorpions, Pride destined for draw as rains continues

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

The Regional four-day day/night contest between hosts Jamaica Scorpions and Barbados Pride seems headed for a draw, as rain again forced an early end to proceedings here at Sabina Park yesterday. Read More

She's A Maneater goes in pursuit of greatness!

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Today's Burger King Super Day at Caymanas Park could blossom into one of the most exhilarating, captivating and patently illustrious race days for Jamaica's thoroughbred racing with the 39th running of the Burger King-sponsored Superstakes. Read More

PHOTO: Well done, lad!

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Curtis Durity (left), market development manager at Coca-Cola and Shanakay Maragh, marketing coordinator at Wisynco, congratulate Clarendon College's goalkeeper Benjamin Williams on his goalkeeping skills which helped them win the ISSA/FLOW Ben Francis Cup final 4-1 against Dinthill Technical... Read More

Calabar floor Clarendon College in shock FLOW Super Cup opener

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Saturday, November, 11 2017    

CATHERINE HALL, St James — Calabar High shocked newly crowned ISSA/FLOW Ben Francis Knockout champions Clarendon College 4-3 at the Montego Bay Sports Complex yesterday as the fourth staging of the FLOW Super Cup got under way in blazing fashion despite the first half being played... Read More

Spot Valley beat Cornwall College in ISSA basketball

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

SPOT VALLEY, St James — Spot Valley High scored their second win in the Under-19 section of the ISSA Western Conference schoolboy basketball competition on Thursday, edging a hard-charging Cornwall College by two points, 44-42, after forfeiting their last two... Read More

Berger Elite League draws new teams

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Netball Jamaica hosted its fourth Berger Elite Lottery on Wednesday night at the General Accident training room on Half-Way-Tree Road in Kingston. Read More



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