MICHAEL BERNARD – I'm ready to help racing progress

Longstanding owner/breeder and well-known businessman Michael Bernard, who over the years has made a large personal investment in horse racing, was announced on Friday December 8 as chairman of the sport's promoting body, Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL). SVREL... Read More

ISSA mulls extending football season, but...
LUCEA, Hanover — The Inter-secondary s chools Sports Association (ISSA), the powerful body made up of secondary school principals, is exploring the idea of extending the football season past December, but says there are concerns about how it would...... Read More

Exercise rider Anthony Radcliffe trying to fulfil his dream
Horse racing is the bread and butter of most youngsters who live in the Portmore area of St Catherine, mainly Waterford and Gregory Park, which are both a stone's throw away from the Caymanas Park Racing Complex.... Read More

Fabian Allen revels in fine batting form
JAMAICA Scorpions middle order batsman Fabian Allen says he is all about improvement, as he continues to grab attention in the regional four-day cricket competition.... Read More

Racing photos (page 2) - December 12, 2017

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

Jockey Dane Nelson unsaddles Granite, his only win on Saturday, December 9 2017.Different generations enjoying a day at the racetrack. Read More

Racing photos (page 1) - December 12, 2017

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

Owner of K D Flyer, Lincoln 'Happy' Sutherland (centre) receives the Jamaica Racehorse Trainers' Association Trophy from president of the association, Vin Edwards, last Saturday at Caymanas Park. At right is trainer of K D Flyer, Gary Subratie. (Photos: Joseph... Read More


Tuesday, December, 12 2017    


Hummingbirds await Racers in Berger Elite

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

Kingston Hummingbirds will be counting on their steely reserve to get the better of St Catherine Racers when both teams meet at 6:00 pm in Netball Jamaica's Berger Elite League today at the Leila Robinson Courts, National Stadium complex. Read More

Shoot-out kings

BY DWAYNE RICHARDS Observer writer | Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

A composed finish from Kevaughn Halloway into the left bottom corner of the goal sparked wild celebrations as Lannaman's Prep scored a nail-biting, sudden death, 6-5 penalty shoot-out win over Wolmer's Prep in the JISA/Alberga Cup football final at the Saints Peter and Paul field on... Read More

Jamaica Patty Co lauds successful rugby squad

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

The Jamaica Patty Company, main sponsors of the Jamaican Rugby Union, has lauded the Jamaica rugby team for its recent success in Mexico. Read More

KC, STETHS players dominate All Schools team to Florida

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

Super Cup champions Kingston College (KC) and runners-up St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) dominated the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association's (ISSA) All Schools 20-member team, with four players each for the three-match tour of Fort Lauderdale. Read More

Photo: Prep champs

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

Lannaman's Prep celebrate with the JISA/TASTEE Alberga Cup trophy, after beating Wolmer's Prep 6-5 on penalties at Sts Peter and Paul field on Saturday. (Photo: Leo Hudson) Read More

High hopes as junior swimmers head for Trinidad

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

With last year's impressive haul still fresh on his mind, coach Rory Alvaranga is anticipating another stellar round of performances from Jamaica's young sensations at this year's 38th staging of the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT)... Read More

Charles hundred puts Riders in final

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

DHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC) — West Indies opener Johnson Charles stroked his maiden Twenty20 hundred to propel Chris Gayle's Rangpur Riders to a 36-run over Comilla Victorians, and into Tuesday's final of the Bangladesh Premier League. Read More

Radford invokes Leeds memories as Windies face daunting task

Tuesday, December, 12 2017    

HAMILTON, New Zealand (CMC) — West Indies Assistant coach Toby Radford was quick to invoke memories of the now famous Headingley run chase, after the Caribbean were handed a world record target of 444 runs to win the second Test at Seddon Park. Read More


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