HARARE, Zimbabwe (CMC) — West Indies sneaked into next year's World Cup in England as heavy rains coupled with a controversial umpiring decision helped them beat Scotland by five runs under Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) in their final Super Six match of the ICC World Cup Qualifiers... Read More

Three strikes for Dane Nelson
Three -time champion jockey Dane Nelson reasserted himself after a lean period with a natural hat-trick of winners to highlight the 10-race programme at Caymanas Park yesterday.... Read More

KC starting to crack from early pressure
Despite what looks like an early implosion in the Kingston College (KC) camp, head coach Neil Harrison remains upbeat and is taking things “one day at a time”.... Read More

H'View, W'House, Cavalier complete RSPL 'super six'
Harbour View FC, Waterhouse FC and Cavalier SC secured the final three berths in the six-team play-off round of the Red Stripe Premier League as the preliminary phase came to a close yesterday.... Read More

Planning for third WC triumph to begin straightaway — Cameron

Thursday, March, 22 2018    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Dave Cameron said yesterday planning would begin immediately towards ensuring the regional side won next year's World Cup in England. Read More

Harriott, Davis, Lyston lead charge in 200m

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Thursday, March, 22 2018    

Holmwood Technical's Michae Harriott, Edwin Allen High's Kevona Davis, and St Jago's Brianna Lyston will lead their respective classes into today' semi-finals of the girls' 200m at the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Girls' Championships at the National... Read More

#MyChampsExperience— Tanya Lee

Thursday, March, 22 2018    

 What is your most memorable Champs expereince? Read More

Immaculate Sloley

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Thursday, March, 22 2018    

A new Class Two shot put record by two-time champion Danielle Sloley of Immaculate Conception High School and an upset in the Class One discus were the highlights of yesterday's second day of the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Boys' and Girls'... Read More

#MyChampsExperience — Shamari McCoy (DJ Ants Man)

Thursday, March, 22 2018    

What is your most memorable champs experience? Read More

Dazsay Freeman — Queens High School

Thursday, March, 22 2018    

 When did you start track and field?I started track and field in primary school at age eight at Mandeville Primary and Junior High. How did you get involved in track and field? Read More

Nigel Palmer bowls STETHS into Grace Headley Cup final

Thursday, March, 22 2018    

Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth — Nigel Palmer expertly twirled his off breaks to grab six for 29 and lead defending champions St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) to first -innings advantage over Manchester High and yet another final of the all-rural... Read More

Falmouth, Duanvale for Trelawny Major League mid-season final

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Thursday, March, 22 2018    

FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Falmouth United and Duanvale FC both scored contrasting wins on Sunday to set up a meeting in the mid-season final of the Trelawny Football Association Grandeur Transportation Services/Monymusk Rum Major League. Read More

Stephanie-Dale Yee Sing reaches for the stars with her love of football

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter | Thursday, March, 22 2018    

During her years at the University of Technology (UTech) Jamaica, Stephanie-Dale Yee Sing harboured no thoughts of pursuing a career as a football referee. She had her mind firmly set on breaking into the tourism and hospitality field. Read More

Faulkland stumble again in Western Confed Super League

Thursday, March, 22 2018    

TUCKER, St James — Faulkland FC stumbled for a second-straight game as they seek to tie up a place in the semi-finals of the Jamaica Football Federation Western Conference/Charley's JB Rum Super League as they were held to a 1-1 by Montego Bay Boys Club in their third-round game at... Read More

Windies were confident of defending total, says relieved Holder

Thursday, March, 22 2018    

HARARE, Zimbabwe (CMC) — Captain Jason Holder said West Indies had deserved the slice of luck which came their way, though they had been confident of defending their modest total, in yesterday's do-or-die Super Six match against Scotland. Read More


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