Portmore soar into Champions League

By Dwayne Richards Observer writer | Saturday, May, 18 2019    

Portmore United FC were crowned champions of the FLOW Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship for the very first time after playing out a 1-1 draw with local rivals Waterhouse FC at National Stadium East field Thursday night. Read More

American Harmeling finds lead at BMW Classic

By Paul A Reid Observer writer | Saturday, May, 18 2019    

ROSE HALL, St James — American Evan Harmeling has taken over the lead after yesterday's second round of the third BMW Jamaica Classic PGA LatinoAmerica event at Cinnamon Hill course, after firing back-to-back six under par rounds for a 12 under par 132 score at the halfway... Read More

Special 3K for fathers, children at Everyone's A Winner/The Best Dressed Chicken Race Day

Saturday, May, 18 2019    

THIS year's Everyone's A Winner/The Best Dressed Chicken race day is set for Father's Day on Sunday, June 16, beginning 6:00 am at Hope Gardens. Read More

She's A Maneater faces high-profile competition in Legal Light Trophy feature

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Saturday, May, 18 2019    

The three top horses in the land at present — She's A Maneater, Will In Charge and Bigdaddykool — lock horns for the first time in six months in what is expected to be a classical... Read More

Pinnock, Sloley among honorees at TJB post-Penn Relays awards ceremony

By Paul A Reid Observer writer | Saturday, May, 18 2019    

KINGSTON College's long jumper Wayne Pinnock and Immaculate Conception's Danielle Sloley were among the honorees at the annual Team Jamaica Bickle (TJB) post-Penn Relays awards ceremony held in Philadelphia recently. Read More

PHOTO: Hockey support

Saturday, May, 18 2019    

Students from Merl Grove High School hockey team celebrate as Shelly-Ann Morgan (left), manager, Investment client services, Sagicor Investments; and a Sagicor Foundation volunteer present the symbolic cheque of $100,000 to team coach Annmarie Smith (right) at the Mona field last Wednesday. The... Read More

Hydel opens gap on march to 14 straight JISA Athletics titles

BY DWAYNE RICHARDS Observer writer | Saturday, May, 18 2019    

Hydel Prep continued the relentless march to their 14th-straight JISA/Little Caesars Pizza National Athletics Championships title as they surged to a 23.50-point lead on day two of the three-day event inside National Stadium. Read More

Spanish Town capture INSPORTS Central Primary Champs

BY GERALD REID Observer writer | Saturday, May, 18 2019    

SPANISH Town Primary captured the 2019 Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) Central Region Primary Schools Track and Field Championships Zone Two with a combined total of 275.5 points at G C Foster College of Physical Education and Sports in Spanish Town on... Read More

JCA Jam T20 makes return after four-year absence

Saturday, May, 18 2019    

THE Jamaica Cricket Assocation (JCA) Jam T20 Bashment returns today, after a four-year absence with a full slate of Round One matches at seven venues across the island. Read More


Saturday, May, 18 2019    

DUBLIN, Ireland (CMC) — Left-arm spinner Fabian Allen sent down a costly 25-run over as West Indies failed to hold their nerve when it mattered most, and slumped to a five-wicket defeat to Bangladesh under Duckworth-Lewis-Stern in the Tri-Nations Series final here... Read More

Seven Jamaicans line up for Shanghai Diamond League

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter | Saturday, May, 18 2019    

Jamaica's Olympic champions Elaine Thompson and Omar McLeod will lead seven other Jamaicans in action at the 10th IAAF Shanghai Diamond League today, starting at 4:25 am Jamaica time. Read More

Curry sparks to give Warriors 2-0 lead over Blazers

Saturday, May, 18 2019    

SAN FRANCISCO, United States (AFP) — Stephen Curry scored 37 points as on Thursday as Golden State Warriors fought back to defeat Portland Trail Blazers 114-111 and take a 2-0 lead in their NBA Western Conference finals series. Read More

Holder hoping to 'put things right' at Rose Bowl camp

Saturday, May, 18 2019    

DUBLIN, Ireland (CMC) — Captain Jason Holder on Friday turned his attention to West Indies' one-week camp in Southampton, as the Caribbean side looked to correct the flaws exposed in their defeat to Bangladesh in the Tri-Nations Series here. Read More

Hydel Prep make strong start to defence of title

Friday, May, 17 2019    

Hydel Prep made a strong start to their defence of the Jamaica Independent Schools' Association (JISA)/Little Caesars Pizza National Athletic Championships title on yesterday's first day at the National Stadium. Read More

CWI, Cricket Canada to strengthen bilateral ties

Friday, May, 17 2019    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua — Cricket West Indies (CWI) President Ricky Skerritt welcomed Cricket Canada's President Ranjit Saini to Antigua and paid tribute to the long-standing friendship between West Indies and Canada cricket. Read More


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