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PHOTO: Excuse me, please

Saturday, September, 15 2018    

Camperdown High's Shaquein Bradford (right) gets away from Norman Manley's Tyrone Henry in their Group C match of the ISSA/Wata Manning Cup competition at Maxfield Park yesterday. Camperdown won 2-0. (Photo: Joseph Wellington) Read More

Russian World Cup hero Cheryshev in doping probe

Saturday, September, 15 2018    

MADRID, Spain (AFP) — Spain's anti-doping agency said Wednesday it has opened an investigation into Valencia's Russian striker Denis Cheryshev, one of the revelations of the 2018 World Cup. Read More

WADA to reinstate Russia after doping

Saturday, September, 15 2018    

MONTREAL, Canada (AFP) — The World Anti-Doping Agency has been given the green light to lift its ban on Russia's drug-tainted testing authority after a recommendation from investigators, the global doping watchdog said yesterday. Read More

Impressive Chelsea, Liverpool maintain lead over chasing Man City

Saturday, September, 15 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Chelsea and Liverpool continue to throw down the gauntlet to Premier League champions Manchester City as all three were victorious on their return to Premier League action on Saturday. Read More

Rusea's maintain 100 per cent record

Friday, September, 14 2018    

CAMBRIDGE, St James — Defending champions Rusea's High made it two wins... Read More

Titchfield roll on in Zone L

Friday, September, 14 2018    

PORT ANTONIO, Portland — Titchfield High secured their second victory in as many outings after defeating Horace Clarke High 3-0 at Carder Park in their Zone L game of the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup on Wednesday. Read More

Hover Craft glides to on the wire victory

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, September, 14 2018    

Hover Craft , even at eight-years -old returned to Open Allowance company with a hair-raising win over the five-straight course (1,000 metres) on Saturday, September 8, at Caymanas Park. Read More

Jamaicans take on England in martial arts finals

Friday, September, 14 2018    

ROSE HALL, St James — Jamaica will hope lightning can strike twice in the same place as they go into tonight's men's team fighting finals against England as favourites as the the International Sport Karate and Kickboxing (ISKA) Amateur World Championships comes to a close at the... Read More

'We are disappointed!'

BY SEAN A WILLIAMS Deputy Sport Editor | Friday, September, 14 2018    

Brian Hall's chirpy narration of the success stories and the exciting development programmes guiding the referee agenda suddenly softened. Read More

Four Things You May Have Missed Saturday, September 8, 2018

BY THE RIDER | Friday, September, 14 2018    

 IS A SHOWDOWN ON THE CARDS? Read More

'Drinks' on the house

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, September, 14 2018    

The two-year-old season picked up significant pace on Saturday last (September 8, 2018) with the introduction of the highly rated and much touted Casual Drink . Read More

Trainer berates self even after win

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, September, 14 2018    

It is not often that a horse wins a race and the winning trainer is not pleased with the performance of his charge. Read More

Patriots' best is yet to come, says Gayle

Friday, September, 14 2018    

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — After their pulsating victory over the Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) on Wednesday night, captain of the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots Chris Gayle believes that his team is yet to deliver an all-around... Read More

RSPL targets big score

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 14 2018    

The 2018-19 Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) season was launched yesterday, and stakeholders spoke virtually as one in stressing the need for an attractive product that will fuel the marketability of the country's top-tier club football competition. Read More

Humble Lion bank on 'Admiral' Bailey to lead glory charge

Friday, September, 14 2018    

Mike Henry, president of Humble Lion FC, is banking on veteran coach Glendon “Admiral” Bailey to guide the Clarendon-based club to their first hold on the premier league football title. Read More



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