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Liverpool make triumphant Anfield return as English champ

Monday, July, 6 2020    

They walked out to another guard of honour, with a huge rectangular banner high up in the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand reading: “Liverpool FC — Champions Again”. Read More

READY TO DELIVER

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, July, 6 2020    

PROMISING fast bowler Chemar Holder says he draws confidence from knowing he has senior teammates to guide him throughout the West Indies three-Test tour of England. Read More

Returning Wow Wow faces toughest test to date

Sunday, July, 5 2020    

Wow Wow, champion two-year-old from last season, steps out of his age group for the first time and faces what is his toughest task to date in a Non-Restricted Overnight Allowance event going six-and-a-half furlongs (1,300m) at Caymanas Park today. Read More

Bayern Munich win 20th German Cup to complete double

Sunday, July, 5 2020    

BERLIN, Germany (AFP) — Robert Lewandowski passed the 50-goal mark this season as Bayern Munich completed the double with a 4-2 victory over Bayer Leverkusen behind closed doors to win a 20th German Cup yesterday. Read More

Barbadian-born Jofra Archer in England 13 to face Windies

Sunday, July, 5 2020    

LONDON, England (CMC) — Barbadian-born speedster Jofra Archer is poised to face West Indies for the first time in a Test after being included in a 13-man squad for this week's opener at The Ageas Bowl. Read More

Rampant Man Utd rout Bournemouth, Leicester's Vardy reaches century

Sunday, July, 5 2020    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Manchester United powered into fourth place in the Premier League with a 5-2 rout of struggling Bournemouth, while Leicester got back on track with Jamie Vardy reaching 100 top-flight goals in a comfortable win against Crystal Palace... Read More

IRON MAN

Sunday, July, 5 2020    

“ Desire, burning desire, is basic to achieving anything beyond the ordinary.” Read More

CWI names Phizz as official hydration tablet partner

Saturday, July, 4 2020    

SOUTHAMPTON, England — Cricket West Indies (CWI) has announced Phizz as the official hydration tablet partner to CWI and the West Indies teams. Read More

JOA prep makes Tokyo shift 'easier to handle', says Peart

Saturday, July, 4 2020    

Adjustments to a Tokyo Olympics shift have been simplified for local sporting associations and the nation's athletes given the advanced state of preparation by the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA). Read More

The UWI offers condolences on the passing of

Saturday, July, 4 2020    

The University of the West Indies ( The UWI) community is saddened by news of the passing of its honorary graduate, the great sporting icon of Barbados, the West Indies and the world, Dr Sir Everton Weekes. Read More

'Quite sad'

Saturday, July, 4 2020    

Berlin, Germany (AFP) — Treble-chasing Bayern Munich are hunting their second title this season in today's German Cup final, a behind-closed-doors showdown that should have been an “absolute highlight” for success-starved Bayer Leverkusen... Read More

LAUGHABLE!

Saturday, July, 4 2020    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Another Cricket West Indies (CWI) director has made it clear he will not support former president Dave Cameron in his bid to become the next chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC), and he does not expect the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket... Read More

UK PM Johnson summons 'third umpire' as he lifts virus cricket ban

Saturday, July, 4 2020    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said yesterday he had called in the “third umpire” as he announced that recreational cricket would be allowed to resume on the weekend of July 11-12. Read More

Baltusrol, Father Patrick tipped for six-and-half-furlong romp

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, July, 4 2020    

After finishing second to stable companion Universal Boss, Baltusrol should have no problems in putting away rivals in a Restricted Allowance... Read More

Ugandan 'super athlete' Rodgers says he's fallen in love with Jamaica

Saturday, July, 4 2020    

Ugandan Aryamanya Rodgers, who will be leaving Kingston College (KC) to USA-based Grambling State University (GSU), says his experience in Jamaica was simply amazing. Read More



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