Sport

Silver poised to shine for club, country

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, February, 15 2019    

Lauren Silver has a beast mentality, high in confidence and an impressive work rate — attributes that make her a perfect asset to a team's arsenal. Read More

Princess Lauren promises more

Friday, February, 15 2019    

 AFTER her debut performance, three-year-old chestnut filly Princess Lauren has done more than enough to suggest that she is one to look out for in the upcoming Classic races, especially those races confined to the fillies. Read More

Mr Ambassador repays for his tag

Friday, February, 15 2019    

 MR Ambassador moved back into Overnight Allowance company with a spirited short-head victory at Caymanas Park on Saturday, January 9, that left veteran trainer Errol Pottinger a satisfied customer after claiming this horse. Read More

If ever there was a Classic horse, Earn Your Stripes is one – Anthony Nunes

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, February, 15 2019    

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Performance analysis for Saturday, February 9, 2019

Friday, February, 15 2019    

RACE 1-MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT DIV I (3-YEAR-OLD-FILLIES) 1200METRES/6FURLONG Read More

The trainer told me not to drop off and I did not – David McKenzie

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer writer | Friday, February, 15 2019    

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Special Olympics athletes keep improving, say coaches

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, February, 15 2019    

Special Olympics Jamaica (SOJ) badminton team coach Terry Walker says the improvement noticed in training sessions has given reason for hope ahead of the World Summer Games in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) next month. Read More

Reggae Gone Grammy gives partowner St Andrade Sinclair some hope

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, February, 15 2019    

 PART-OWNER of Reggae Gone Grammy, St Andrade Sinclair does not want to get too far ahead of himself but he has high hopes for his filly, especially heading into the native-bred three-year-old Classic races which begin in April. Read More

Moving to the Reggae beat

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, February, 15 2019    

 REGGAE Gone Grammy has taken her racing career a step forward with an encouraging run under jockey Dane Nelson to win division two of the John Clifton Wright Memorial Cup feature at Caymanas Park on Saturday, February 9. Read More

Racing snaps for Saturday, February 9, 2019

Friday, February, 15 2019    

These racing fans giving their all to veteran jockey, David “Scorcher” McKenzie.(Photos: Naphtali Junior) Read More

Super-hot Man City face Newport County in FA Cup action

BY CHRISTOPHER SAWYERS Contributor | Friday, February, 15 2019    

 THIS Saturday, February 16th and Sunday February 17th, there are some eye-catching encounters across Europe's top leagues for football lovers to enjoy and JustBet previews three of those fascinating match-ups. Read More

2019 NBA – All-Star Weekend – Basketball at it best plus some more

BY MARK ARCHER Contributor | Friday, February, 15 2019    

 THE National Basketball Association (NBA) All-Star Weekend takes place this weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina, and for some teams, the break can't come soon enough. Read More

Bucks star Antetokounmpo dominates, Warriors lose cool and contest

Friday, February, 15 2019    

LOS ANGELES, United States (AFP) — Giannis Antetokounmpo posted a triple double with 33 points 19 rebounds and 11 assists as the Milwaukee Bucks extended their longest road winning streak in 33 years with a 106-97 win over Indiana. Read More

Photo: Nia's got it!

Friday, February, 15 2019    

Nia Robinson of Rusea's High setting a new Class Two high jump mark at yesterday's Girls' elimination of the COCAA/Digicel Western Champs held at the Collin Miller Sports Complex in Lucea. Robinson cleared 1.76m to break the mark of 1.75 set in 2010 by Peta- Gay Reid of STETHS. (Photo:... Read More

JCA makes strides to improve online content through Chic Digital

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, February, 14 2019    

After signalling an intent to increase their online presence last year, the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) has now commenced the innings to bowl over cricket enthusiasts with more exciting and engaging content, particularly on social media. Read More



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