Sport

Size matters

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

A key player in the Jamaica volleyball setup believes the addition of taller players will enhance their chances of winning the CAZOVA Women's Championship.Renee Temple, who is a key member of the attacking thrust, has championed this view. Read More

Seeking My Dream entered in Reggae Trophy

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

Horse of the Year Seeking My Dream is one of seven horses provisionally entered to face the starter in the $1.3 million Reggae Trophy on Saturday. The Reggae Trophy is contested over the five-furlong (1,000m) straight course. Read More

Campari, Ministry of Finance top domino leagues

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

Campari and Ministry of Finance (MOF) were crowned respective Division One and Division Two champions in the 2017 National Association of Domino Bodies (NADB) Kingston & St Andrew Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum Business House League, at the National Housing... Read More

Twelve horses claimed on Saturday

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

A total of 12 horses were claimed on the 11-race Grooms' race day programme at Caymanas Park on Saturday. Read More

Taxi's God-inspired strike leaves Jesus befuddled

IAN BURNETT with the REGGAE BOYZ @ The CONCACAF Gold Cup in the USA | Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

LOS ANGELES, California — It appears to have been a strike ordained by God and delivered by a “Taxi”, but missed by Mexico goalkeeper Jesus Corona. Read More

The job is far from over, trumpet Boyz

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

LOS ANGELES, California — The Reggae Boyz have insisted that while they enjoy Sunday night's first-ever victory over Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup Tournament, they are firmly grounded and fully aware that the job they have come here to do is far from... Read More

India's Raj wants women's IPL after World Cup heartbreak

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — India captain Mithali Raj said now was the time to “create the base” of a female equivalent to the Indian Premier League after her side's hopes of Women's World Cup final glory were snatched away by England at... Read More

Canada beat US to seal place in Under-19 World Cup

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

TORONTO, Canada (CMC) — Canada sealed their spot in next year's 16-team Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand by beating neighbours United States by four wickets in the final ICC Americas qualifier at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club on Sunday and advancing by virtue of a... Read More

Arrogate remains on course for Pacific Classic at Del Mar

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

DEL MAR, California - USA (AP) — Bob Baffert wasn't beating himself up a day after Arrogate's upset loss in the San Diego Handicap at Del Mar that snapped the seven-race winning streak of the world's top-ranked horse. Read More

Arrogate soundly beaten by Accelerate in stunner at Del Mar

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

DEL MAR, Calif -USA (AP) — Mike Smith tried everything he could with Arrogate . He even moved the colt to the outside, but he didn't pick up the pace. Smith dropped him down near the rail before wheeling him outside once... Read More

Manchester United edge Real Madrid on penalty kicks

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

SANTA CLARA, United States (AFP) — Jose Mourinho has challenged Anthony Martial to produce the goods on a more consistent basis after the Manchester United frontman caught the eye against Real Madrid. Read More

MLS key to Jamaica's development, says Whitmore

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

PASADENA, United States (CMC) – Reggae Boyz head coach Theodore “Tappa” Whitmore has hailed the impact of Major League Soccer on the development of Jamaica's football programme. Read More

Taylor falls again in ICC rankings

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

LONDON, United Kingdom (CMC) — West Indies Women's captain, Stafanie Taylor, has continued her slide in the international rankings, as the fallout continues from her side's outing at the recent ICC Women's World Cup in England.In the latest One-Day International rankings... Read More

UPDATE: Three athletes removed from Jamaica's world champs team

Tuesday, July, 25 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) has reduced the number of athletes travelling to the London World Championships from 59 to 56.“Please note that some alternative was inadvertently added to the team. Those names have been removed. Read More

Carl Brown says heart still with Jamaica's football

Monday, July, 24 2017    

LOS ANGELES, California — Jamaican football legend Carl Brown has stated that he remains concerned about the progress of Jamaica's football, and that he still harbours hope of contributing to the process in some way. Read More



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