Sports

Semi-finalists battle for places in Ben Francis KO final

CLARENDON PARK, Clarendon — There will be at least one first-time Inter-Secondary School Sports Association (ISSA) Ben Francis Knockout finalist after today's semis-finals at Juici Field in Clarendon. Read More

Alliance Buccaneer Golf Tournament tees off this Saturday
The 23rd staging of the Alliance Buccaneer Memorial Golf Tournament Alliance's 10th -consecutive year of sponsorship will take place this Saturday and Sunday at the Caymanas Golf Club with tee times between 7:00 am and 1:00 pm each day. ... Read More

Duckie has mixed feelings about loss to Arnett Gardens
“It's always mixed feelings in everything. In everything there is always positive and there is always negative. What I have always maintained is that everything we do is preparation for the last game that we will play in the competition.”... Read More

Local scorers benefit from two-day workshop with regional scoring giant from CWI
Fifteen scorers from local clubs and parish associations expanded their skills courtesy of a two-day training seminar organised by the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) last weekend at Sabina Park.... Read More

Whitmore urges Boyz to give of their best

By Paul A Reid Observer writer | Thursday, November, 15 2018    

CATHERINE HALL, St James — Theodore Whitmore, head coach of Jamaica's senior men's team, the Reggae Boyz, is not letting down his guard as the team prepares to host Suriname in their Concacaf Nations League game at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on Saturday, set to start at 7:00... Read More

Sealed with a kiss

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter walkerh@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, November, 15 2018    

Hydel High won their first-ever schoolboy football title when they defeated Excelsior High 2-0 to lift the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Digicel Walker Cup at Stadium East yesterday. Read More

Waterhouse, Tivoli Gardens end 1-1

By Hurbun Williams Observer writer | Thursday, November, 15 2018    

Ace defender Nicholy Finlayson left his defensive role once again to hand Waterhouse another game-saving result with a 78th, minute strike. Read More

Wellington arrested, charged for beating student athlete at Vere

By Howard Walker Senior staff reporter walkerh@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, November, 15 2018    

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Montego Bay abuzz as Jamaica Classic Basketball Tourney rolls into town

Thursday, November, 15 2018    

Montego Bay will come alive this weekend as the nation's second city and primary tourism hub hosts the Jersey Mike's Jamaica Classic NCAA Basketball Tournament tomorrow and Sunday at the Montego Bay Convention Centre. Read More

Durant stars as Warriors bounce back

Thursday, November, 15 2018    

OAKLAND, United States (AFP) — Kevin Durant scored 29 points as Golden State Warriors set aside their off-court discord to post a 110-103 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday. Read More

Mother of 'battered' athlete to press charges

By Howard Walker Senior staff reporter walkerh@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, November, 14 2018    

Almost two weeks after her alleged assault by a female coach at Vere Technical High School with a “PVC” pipe, 13-year-old Moesha James is currently on medication and out of school as she recuperates. Read More

McKay, MoneyGram join forces to boost St Catherine football

Wednesday, November, 14 2018    

After operating without any real corporate support for the past three seasons, the St Catherine FA and clubs are now breathing a collective sigh of relief as McKay Security and MoneyGram have joined forces in a $3-million sponsorship package for the Major League and... Read More

Half-time team talk made the difference, says Wedderburn

Wednesday, November, 14 2018    

When St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) defeated Charlie Smith High 2-1 in the quarter-finals of the Inter Secondary Schools Sports Association Champions Cup on Saturday, they qualified for the semi-final round of the competition for the fourth time, making... Read More

'Axeman' warms to idea of big fight in MoBay heartland

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Wednesday, November, 14 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Nicholas Walters, the former WBA flyweight champion, says he would relish fighting in Montego Bay where he was born and raised, but says it is not only up to him to make the decision. Read More

PHOTO: Shelly wins again

Wednesday, November, 14 2018    

David Morrison (left), J Wray & Nephew Limited's quality compliance director/senior blender, presents multiple Olympic and World Championship sprint gold medallist, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (centre) with the award for Excellence for Civic Leadership- Small Foundation, during the 2018 American... Read More



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