Scorpions brace for intense battle against Pride

JAMAICA Scorpions are bracing for an intense battle when they oppose hosts Barbados Pride in the West Indies four-day championship clash at Three Ws Oval, starting today. Read More

Reggae Girlz get $13-m boost from Supreme Ventures Limited
Jamaica's Senior Women's Football team has received a golden boost on their road to France as gaming company, Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) has committed to sponsoring the national outfit to the tune of $13 million.... Read More

Granville United off to good start in Western Confed Super League
GRANVILLE, St James — Former champions Granville United are off to their best-ever start in the Jamaica Football Federation Western Confederation Charleys JB Rum Super League with back-to-back 1-0 wins after beating Sandals South Coast at the Granville Community Centre on...... Read More

'Warrior Chief' joins exclusive 1000 winners' club
Former three-time champion jockey Dane Nelson was once again the toast of Caymanas Park as the bustling rider reached the landmark of 1,000 career wins yesterday.... Read More

INSPORTS wants JCA dialogue over grassroots roadmap

Thursday, December, 13 2018    

Chairman of the Institute of Sports Newton Amos says the state agency is open to commencing dialogue with the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) regarding the development of the sport at the grass-roots level. Read More

Reggae Girlz to get Keys to City of Kingston

Thursday, December, 13 2018    

People's National Party (PNP) Councillor Horace Oliver Clue of the Harbour View Division has called on the business sector to support Jamaica's National Women's Football Team, the Reggae Girlz, like it did with the Reggae Boyz on their way to the World Cup in France in... Read More

Dunbeholden edge MBU in scrappy RSPL affair

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter | Thursday, December, 13 2018    

 After a series of good performances without a victory, promoted outfit Dunbeholden FC finally got it right as they came away 2-1 winners over Montego Bay United in a scrappy Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) contest at Royal Lakes Complex yesterday. Read More


Thursday, December, 13 2018    

Alia Atkinson, who finished as runner-up on three consecutive occasions in 2012, 2014 and 2016, finally got it right in the 50m breaststroke, clocking a moderate 29.05 seconds for victory at the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships in Hangzhou in China's eastern... Read More

Blackwood: 'We will bring something new and different to World Cup'

BY SEAN A WILLIAMS Deputy Sport Editor | Thursday, December, 13 2018    

 Deneisha “Den Den” Blackwood believes that her Reggae Girlz will bring their own flavour as they aim to make an impact in their historic appearance at the Fifa Women's World Cup in France next year. Read More

Garvey Maceo hunt ISSA Under-14, Under-16 football double

Thursday, December, 13 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Garvey Maceo High will today seek an unprecedented junior football double when they contest both finals of the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Rural Area Under-14 and Under-16 competitions against Spalding High and Muschett High,... Read More

Coach Samuels takes comfort in progression of players

Wednesday, December, 12 2018    

Jamaica Scorpions Head Coach Robert Samuels says while he is aware his tenure will ultimately be judged by cricket titles won, he is encouraged that a number of the players have matriculated into the West Indies A and senior team set-ups. Read More

MBU find solace in goal-less draw with Tivoli

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Wednesday, December, 12 2018    

  TUCKER, St James — Montego Bay United extended their unbeaten run to four games after playing out a 0-0 draw against Tivoli Gardens in their second-round Red Stripe Premier League game at Wespow Park on Sunday. Read More

Scorpions veterans hope for positive start to four-day tourney

Wednesday, December, 12 2018    

CHADWICK Walton and Nikita Miller, two of the more senior members of the Jamaica Scorpions squad, say the team is well equipped to get off to a positive start to the regional four-day tournament against hosts Barbados Pride. Read More

Hummingbirds look to fire up squad in BEL match against Racers

Wednesday, December, 12 2018    

Defending champions Kingston Hummingbirds, coming off the biggest win this season, aim to get their bench players on par with the starting attack while hunting victory in Netball Jamaica's Berger Elite League (BEL) against St Catherine Racers. Read More

Fayrouz to return to winning ways

By Ruddy Allen Observer staff reporter | Wednesday, December, 12 2018    

The Joseph Armond Memorial Trophy is the designated feature, but it is the Open Allowance contest involving Hover Craft, Another Bullet and three-year-old Fayrouz that will highlight the 10-race programme at Caymanas Park today. Read More




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