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Bigdaddykool is the 'Governor'

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, September, 22 2017    

The newly minted rivalry between Bigdaddykool and Will In Charge reaches another gear tomorrow when the two meet again over 10 furlongs, this time in the Governor General's Stakes. Read More

Patriarch devastating on debut

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, September, 22 2017    

While Anthony Nunes is pleased with last Saturday's performance of his first-time runner Patriarch, he is expressing strong concerns about the handling of his two-year-old bay colt by the starting gate crew after his charge got injured in the starting gates. Read More

WHAT THEY SAY: David McKenzie - RACEHORSE JOCKEY

Friday, September, 22 2017    

When did you start your career as a jockey? Read More

Rain wrecks Trent Bridge ODI

Friday, September, 22 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, England (CMC) — Persistent rain allowed just 14 deliveries before forcing the abandonment of the second One-Day International between England and West Indies at Trent Bridge here yesterday. Read More

PHOTO: All set!

Friday, September, 22 2017    

Michelle Cunningham (second right), assistant brand manager of Red Stripe, greets Premier League Clubs Association Chairman Edward Seaga (left) during the Red Stripe Premier League launch at the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) offices yesterday. Also in photo are Michael Ricketts (second... Read More

NFL – WEEK THREE: JustBet says watch the Raiders

BY MARC ARCHER Contributor | Friday, September, 22 2017    

Week two is in the bag and it brought out the best of Patriots quarterback (QB) Tom Brady and the worst of Dallas running-back (RB) Ezekiel Elliot. The New England Patriots came out of the gates blazing against the New Orleans Saints and totally dominated for a 36-20 victory. Tom Brady (30 of 39... Read More

Atletico Madrid 1.62 to beat Sevilla

Friday, September, 22 2017    

Some really exciting match-ups across Europe's top leagues are on tap this weekend. Read More

RULES OF RACING

Friday, September, 22 2017    

RULE 201. (1) A horse shall be disqualified if he or his rider causes interference or intimidation in any part of the race or if his rider be found guilty of improper, dangerous, reckless or careless riding unless the Stewards are satisfied that the interference or intimidation... Read More

Stakeholders pledge continued support of Red Stripe Premier League

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 22 2017    

After a three-week delay, the 2017-18 season of the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) was finally launched yesterday with various stakeholders pledging their continued commitment to making this season one of the best yet, with the ultimate goal of aiding Jamaica's... Read More

Milo 5 selected for FC Barcelona Camp Nou trip

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Thursday, September, 21 2017    

Two inner-city lads — Romain Blake and Mathieu Rose — are among five youngsters selected from the Nestlé Milo One Day Tournament on Sunday for the exposure of a lifetime with a trip to FC Barcelona Camp Nou October 16-18. Read More

Manchester, Central, Seaforth put impressive records on line today

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Thursday, September, 21 2017    

MAY PEN, Clarendon — Three schools — Manchester High, Central High and Seaforth High — will put impressive winning records on the line today as the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition continues with nine games in three zones. Read More

Reggae Boy Gordon notches first goal in heavy defeat

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

NEW YORK, USA (CMC) — Jamaican Owayne Gordon scored his first goal on his sixth start for San Antonio FC since joining on loan last month, but it proved in vain as they crashed to a 2-5 defeat to Swope Park Rangers in the United Soccer League last weekend. Read More

Dinthill, Glenmuir, Ocho Rios, Spot Valley march on

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Thursday, September, 21 2017    

SPOT VALLEY, St James — Four schools, including former champions Dinthill Technical and Glenmuir High, continued their good form in the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition with wins yesterday. Read More

Byron Bachelor Athletics Complex opened at Kingston College

By Dwayne Richards Observer writer | Thursday, September, 21 2017    

Four and a half months after its completion, the Byron Bachelor Athletics Complex was officially opened at Kingston College last Friday, much to the delight of the school community which now has access to a six-lane, 350m synthetic track. Read More

Changing tack?

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

NOTTINGHAM, England (CMC) — Seamer Kesrick Williams has underscored the importance of taking England out of their natural game as West Indies look to square the five-match series in the second One-Day International at Trent Bridge here today. Read More



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