Sandals, Cavalier in 1-1 deadlock

FROME, Westmoreland — Neither Sandals South Coast's Head Coach Aaron Lawrence nor his opposite number Rudolph Speid of Cavalier SC was happy with sharing the points in the battle of the promoted teams that ended 1-1 at Frome Sports Club. Read More

Portmore whip 10-man Waterhouse in RSPL
Waterhouse FC 0Portmore United 5E Grandison (58th, 77th)J East (82nd, 86th)R Morris (71st) ... Read More

As good as gold, next the search for diamonds
The talented American filly Choo Choo Blue continued her impressive vein of form ahead of the ultra-rich Diamond Mile event in early December as she toppled rivals in an explosive 45th running of the Gold Cup on yesterday's 10-race Heroes' Day card at Caymanas Park.... Read More

We can defend our title, says Coach Cowan
MIAMI, United States — Toni Cowan, assistant coach of Jamaica's Under-17 Women's team, believes the young Reggae Girlz have what it takes to defend their title at the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Championship, currently under way in Portau- Prince, Haiti.... Read More

Coley wants revision of new schoolboy football format

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

The new format of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/FLOW knockout round has confused and bemused some coaches, fans and others associated with the island's top schoolboy football competition. Read More

Port Antonio slip 1-2 to Lennon

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Lennon High, with a brace from Kwesi Watts, clipped hosts Port Antonio High to gain a valuable first-leg edge in the second round of the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup game at Lynch Park on Saturday. Read More

Lennon seek to build on advantage

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Ben Francis Cup Knockout holders Lennon High will seek to join nine other schools in the quarter-final stage of the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition when they take a 2-1 lead into today's lone second-round return-leg game against Port Antonio... Read More

Jovaine Bell — Bridgeport High

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

When did you start playing football?I recently started playing football while at Belmont Park Primary. What team did you play against in your first Manning Cup match?I played my first Manning Cup game against Hydel. Read More

Great honour

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Stephen Francis, head coach of the MVP Track Club, received the highest honour of 15 individuals recognised for their service to sports at the annual Ceremony of Investiture and Presentation of National Honours and Awards on the lawns of King's House yesterday. Read More

St George's College bow into second round action today

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Many-time champions St George's College (STGC) will bow into action today in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup second-round, first-leg games when they tackle St Jago High at 1:00 pm, while Hydel High play St Catherine High at 3:00 pm at Spanish Town Prison... Read More

dCup quarters serve up good games

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The tempo of the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition is set to be increased significantly with the start of the quarter-finals on Saturday, following the completion of the second round tomorrow. Read More


BY DORIAN GRAHAM Observer writer | Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Three members of the horse racing fraternity received their national awards from Governor General Sir Patrick Allen at the annual awards ceremony at King's House yesterday. Read More

Patriarch cashes in

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Patriarch 's emphatic success in the first leg of the Two-Year-Old 'Triple Crown' series – the Cash Pot 'Only One For Me' Trophy (six furlongs – 1,200m) on Saturday last – was the best single performance by any juvenile this... Read More


Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

FIFTY CENTS RELEASES MAIDEN TAGFifty Cents, trained by Andrew McDonald and ridden by Jerome Innis, was able to release her maiden tag at Caymanas Park on Saturday. Read More

Babar, Shadab steer Pakistan to win

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AFP) — Babar Azam scored a succesive hundred while Shadab Khan gave his career-best bowling and batting performance to help Pakistan thump Sri Lanka by 32 runs in the second day/night international in Abu Dhabi yesterday. Read More


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