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Alvaranga on target at Age Group Swim Champs

After being kept fairly quiet by her standards over the first two days, young sensation Zaneta Alvaranga sounded the alarm when she stole the spotlight on day three of the Walter Rogers National Age Group Swimming Championships with a national record clocking at the... Read More

Central Kingston blow away Constant Spring in Bell KO
Putting together a highly disciplined performance, Central Kingston put a 3-0 damper on ambitious Constant Spring at Winchester Park as the second round of the JN Bank Visa/KSAFA Jackie Bell Knockout got underway Saturday.... Read More

Chambers, Finegan top 20th Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run
Ryon Chambers, 38, and Ann-Marie Finegan, 26, came out as the overall winners in the male and female open run category of the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run yesterday.... Read More

Spin magician Warrican on cloud nine
West Indies 'A' spinner Jomel Warrican continued to mesmerise the England Lions batsmen, taking 8-34 to ensure the hosts had the better of yesterday's opening day of the second “Test” match at Sabina Park.... Read More

Windies wrecking ball

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, February, 19 2018    

Jomel Warrican's career-best figures handed West Indies 'A' control on the opening day of the second “Test” match against touring England Lions at Sabina Park in Kingston. Read More

MBU clip Reno in western derby, move into play-off zone

Monday, February, 19 2018    

TUCKER, St James — Montego Bay United (MBU) are back in the play-off grid in the Red Stripe Premier League after a 2-1 win over FC Reno in their crucial western derby at WesPow Park yesterday. Read More

Lukewarm Portmore nail Boys' Town to cross

Monday, February, 19 2018    

Leaders Portmore United picked up where they left off in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) as they got by Boys' Town 2-0 in a lukewarm contest at Spanish Town Prison Oval yesterday. Read More

Scorpions sweat on semis spot after thrashing USA

Monday, February, 19 2018    

NORTH SOUND, Antigua (CMC) — Jamaica Scorpions easily disposed of USA Cricket by 80 runs in their final preliminary match of the Regional Super50 here yesterday, but their spot in the semi-finals remained in doubt as English county Kent remained front-runners to take the final... Read More

Sigma pulls record crowd for a cause

Monday, February, 19 2018    

A total of 26,519 people participated in yesterday's Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run, the largest number yet in the annual 5K road race held to raise money for charity. Organisers said they realised the $50-million target and will disburse the funds to this year's beneficiaries — St... Read More

Knights stop Chargers to continue good form

Monday, February, 19 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Montego Bay Cricket Club Knights scored back-to-back wins to start the National Basketball League-Western Conference after scoring a 72-58 victory over Cornwall Courts Chargers at the Montego Bay Cricket Club on Saturday. Read More

JOA on course to achieve 'Pathway to Success'

Monday, February, 19 2018    

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) is on the way to fulfilling its new mandate of creating a better working environment for its member associations. Read More

Stick up!

Monday, February, 19 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Lowly Rochdale scored deep into stoppage time to deny Tottenham Hotspur victory as their FA Cup fifth-round tie ended in a thrilling 2-2 draw yesterday. Read More

PHOTO: Eastern Champions!

Monday, February, 19 2018    

Members of St Mary High School team pose with their trophy after topping the Eastern Championships — the first in the Digicel Grand Prix series. (Photo: Everard Owen) Read More

St Mary High top Eastern Champs

BY EVERARD OWEN Observer writer | Monday, February, 19 2018    

St Mary High School topped the Eastern Championships — the first in the Digicel Grand Prix series — amassing 710 points during action last Monday and Tuesday to retain their title. Read More

Windies 'A' confident Sabina Park will bring good fortune

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, February, 18 2018    

West Indies 'A' Captain Kieran Powell is hopeful that the familiarity with Sabina Park ground will work in his team's favour when they take on England Lions in the second four-day “Test” starting today. Read More



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