Simmons' resignation paves way for possible return

Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

LONDON, England (CMC) — The decision by Phil Simmons to step down as head coach of Afghanistan after the ICC World Cup has opened up the possibility of a return to the West Indies team. Read More

Grange urges Girlz to strike hard in France

Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia Grange has told the Reggae Girlz that the entire nation is behind them as they departed the island yesterday to begin final preparation for the Fifa Women's World Cup. Read More

On a positive note!

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Jamaica's Reggae Girlz demonstrated tenacity and willpower to overcome adversities throughout the Fifa Women's World Cup qualifying campaign. Read More

Carter needs playing time, says Menzies

BY DWAYNE RICHARDS Observer writer | Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Jamaican forward Trudi Carter made a long-awaited return to active competition after an injury lay-off that included major surgery, when she played in the Reggae Girlz 3-1 win over Panama inside National Stadium on Sunday night. Read More

Jamaica to host 3rd Carifta Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships

Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

A total of 29 Caribbean and Latin America countries are set to feature at the third annual Carifta Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships to be hosted here in August. Read More

Sea work pays dividend for Berry Boy

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Berry Boy , a grandson of Tiznow who throws them long, opened his winning account over 1820 metres at Caymanas Park in midweek and by the same token, handed trainer Ian Parsard his second win on the 10-race card on... Read More

13 horses set to run in Governor's Cup

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Of the original list of 32 potential starters for the 79th running of the Governor’s Cup over 10 furlongs (2000 metres) on Saturday next (May 25), only 13 have survived. Read More

The Analysis – The Awards for Wednesday, May 15, 2019

BY WES MARTIN Observer writer | Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Starting today, at the end of each race meeting the Editor will assess three categories of performance which will be recognised for the Supreme Racing Guide Review symbolic awards. They are 1) The Training Feat Award; 2) The Jockeyship Award 3) The Best Winning Gallop Award. At the end of each... Read More


BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Anthony “Baba” Nunes earned his 1000th victory as a conditioner, when his three-year-old chestnut colt and first-time runner Yetagain captured the second event at Caymanas Park on Saturday, May 18, 2019, to become the fifth trainer to do so in the history of racing in... Read More


Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Head Coach Hue Menzies (left) and members of the Reggae Girlz delegation hold hands during prayers at the send-off reception hosted by team sponsor Caribbean Airlines at Norman Manley International Airport yesterday. The team departed Jamaica yesterday for Miami where it will hold a four-day... Read More

Racing news snaps for Saturday, May 18, 2019

Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Trainer Richard Azan (left) and jockey Bebeto Harvey (Photos: Joseph Wellington)Dr Banner (Tevin Foster) wins for trainer Steven Todd. Read More


Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Trainer Anthony Nunes stands in front of the banner at his stables congratulating him on winning his 1000th race on Saturday May 18, 2019. Read More

From difficulties to excellence, Immaculate on right path at Champs

By Trevor ‘TC’ Campbell | Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Immaculate Conception's return to the upper echelon of high school athletics is a call to take note for all who might have forgotten the value of hard work and application. Read More

Racing news for Saturday, May 18, 2019

Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

Seven horses were claimed on the 10-race programme.Michael Beecham claimed Dr Banner, winner of the third race, from Steven Todd for himself for $250,000. Read More

Russell unfazed by Windies slump in Ireland

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter | Tuesday, May, 21 2019    

JAMAICAN all-rounder Andre Russell is optimistic of the West Indies' chances at the 2019 Cricket World Cup despite disappointing results during the recent One-Day International (ODI) Tri-nation series in Ireland. Read More


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