Sports

Klopp lauds Salah as Liverpool down Chelsea

Monday, April, 15 2019    

LIVERPOOL, United Kingdom (AFP) — Jurgen Klopp hailed “fantastic” Mohamed Salah as the key to Liverpool's title dreams, as they powered back to the top of the Premier League thanks to the Egypt star's stunning strike in a 2-0 win over Chelsea on... Read More

Retired Bravo among senior players poised for WI recall

Monday, April, 15 2019    

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Cricket West Indies' (CWI) new selection panel says it has reached out to several previously marginalised senior players, including retired all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, and is hoping to have them available for future selection. Read More

CWI confirms Estwick, Collymore return to coaching setup

Monday, April, 15 2019    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Experienced coach Roddy Estwick has returned to the setup of the senior men's side for the ICC World Cup, Cricket West Indies confirmed Monday. Read More

East, Sharpe looking to take Portmore into third straight RSPL final

Monday, April, 15 2019    

Portmore United FC are 90 minutes away from their fourth straight Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) final. Standing in their way are first time RSPL semifinalists Mount Pleasant FA who are also playing in their first season of top flight football on the island. Read More

A truly 'Classical' run by I Am Di One

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Sunday, April, 14 2019    

In a performance which truly illustrated the elements of class, talent and the resoluteness to win, I Am Di One , ridden by visiting Barbadian but Canadian-based jockey Simon Husbands, won the 45th running of the 1000 Guineas Classic... Read More

Excelsior, Merl Grove capture U-19 hockey titles

Sunday, April, 14 2019    

DEFENDING champions Excelsior High and Merl Grove High captured the ISSA/Jamaica Hockey Federation (JHF) High Schools Under-19 League titles for boys and girls, respectively, at the Mona Hockey Field last Friday. Read More

Nunes' Supreme Soul, Earn Your Stripes to do battle in 2000 Guineas

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, April, 14 2019    

The 2000 Guineas, sponsored by Supreme Ventures Limited, brings together by far the best native three-year-old male horses in training at the present time in the one-mile (1,600m) event at Caymanas Park today. Read More

Melbourne ahead against JDF in Senior Cup final

Sunday, April, 14 2019    

Melbourne Cricket Club are in the ascendancy against Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) entering today's final day of the Jamaica Cricket Association Senior Cup championship match. Read More

Shelly shows 'em

Sunday, April, 14 2019    

Double Olympic 100m champion Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce looked in immaculate condition as she easily won the women's 100m in a meet record of 11.20 (0.6 mps) following her usual bullet start at the third staging of the Grenada Invitational last night in St George's. Read More

Back-to-back wins push Cornwall College to second spot

Sunday, April, 14 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Back-to-back wins last week saw former champions Cornwall College return to second place in the ISSA Western Conference Boys Under-14 basketball competition. Read More

Ready for the big league

BY DWAYNE RICHARDS Observer writer | Sunday, April, 14 2019    

G C Foster College athlete Shiann Salmon was in commanding form as she swept to victory in the 400m hurdles final at the NCB Intercol Track & Field Championships on Friday. Read More

Saving our young athletes now is safeguarding the future

BY DR RACHAEL IRVING | Sunday, April, 14 2019    

Approximately six years ago Dr Paula Dawson, Jamaica's first physiatrist, and I came up with a research plan on how we could monitor some young, emerging elite athletes to ensure they make an effective transition from the junior to senior level. Read More

Photo: SHELLY SHOWS ’EM

Sunday, April, 14 2019    

FRASER-PRYCE... clocked 11.20 seconds to win 100m in meet record (Photo: Observer file) Read More

Constant Spring dump Maxfield FC out of Super League with 3-0 spanking

Sunday, April, 14 2019    

Constant Spring's head coach, Gregory Walters, has expressed satisfaction that his team saved relegation from the Magnum JN KSAFA Super League, following their 3-0 thumping of Maxfield Park FC in their final preliminary Zone A football game at Constant Spring Complex on... Read More

Omar Daley impacting football's grass roots

BY SEAN A WILLIAMS Deputy Sport Editor williamss@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, April, 14 2019    

Omar “Ratty” Daley, the former Jamaica international, has switched the play by returning to football's most precious and impressionable stage — the grass roots. Read More



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