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Former pacer Davis honoured by Windies side

24 September 2017

BRISTOL, England – Former West Indies fast bowler Winston Davis was honoured by members of the current team during a special event staged on his behalf on Friday night. The former St Vincent & Grenadies and Windward islands captain has been wheelchair-bound since... Read More


‘Baku’ has the last laugh

24 September 2017

Road tennis player Michael “Mikey Jean” Jean discovered on Friday night why superstitious Bajans greatly feared the folklore character “Baku” during the 1950s and 1960s. When the Barbados Public Workers’ Co-Operative Credit Union Monarchs Of The Court road tennis... Read More


Experience could be key in KO final

24 September 2017

Experience could play a major role in deciding championship glory in tonight’s Barbados Amateur Basketball Association’s Division 1 Knockout final. Defending champions, Pan American Life Insurance Warrens, with a number of former Barbados and Premier League players,... Read More


NSC blank new girls

24 September 2017

Reigning champions National Sports Council (NSC) have made an emphatic start to the 2017 Barbados Football Association’s Women’s League. After last Sunday’s opening of the season was put back because of the approach of Hurricane Maria, the NSC girls inflicted a 16-0... Read More


Harris staying as BFA chief

24 September 2017

Randy Harris intends to score goals for both the Barbados Football Association (BFA) and the Caribbean Football Association (CFU). Harris told SUNSPORT yesterday he was not obligated to quit as president of the BFA after he was elevated to the top CFU post last week... Read More


Sir Hilary’s goal

23 September 2017

THE WEST INDIES HIGH Performance Centre (HPC) in Barbados, where several current Test and limited overs stars honed their skills, may soon get a new life after its recent closure. That would happen if the University of the West Indies and its Vice Chancellor, Sir... Read More


Quake cancels CAC meet

23 September 2017

THE POWERFUL 7.1 earthquake that rocked Central Mexico on Tuesday, collapsing homes and bridges across hundreds of miles, has forced the cancellation of the Central American And Caribbean (CAC) Bodybuilding And Fitness Championships. Acting president of the Barbados... Read More


Vincentians stop Bajans

23 September 2017

ST VINCENT & THE GRENADINES warmed up for the Norceca championships in Colorado, United States, with impressive wins over top Barbados teams. The visitors who are in the island to secure US visas, followed up a 3-1 victory over Deacons by defeating double crown champions... Read More


Women steal road tennis show

23 September 2017

THE FEMALES UPSTAGED their male counterparts when the Barbados Public Workers’ Co-Operative Credit Union Limited Monarchs Of The Court road tennis action continued on Thursday night at De Big Rock Arena, Spring Garden. The match of the night proved to be a showdown... Read More


Maloney may make karting history

23 September 2017

BARBADIAN ZANE MALONEY will be looking to make history when he faces the starter in the CIK-FIA World OK & OK Junior Championships at the PF International Circuit, Lincolnshire in England this weekend. Maloney, 13, a student at The St Michael School, will become... Read More


Riley: All covered

23 September 2017

LEADING CRICKET CLUBS in the island no longer have to worry about leaky covers. The Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) has come to their assistance and has agreed to provide covers to all Elite and Division 1 clubs. BCA officials, headed by new president Conde... Read More


Windward Islands team safe in Dominica

22 September 2017

President of the Grenada Cricket Association Dwain Gill has reported that all members of the Windward Island Volcanoes are safe in Dominica following Hurricane Maria. They are preparing to depart for St Lucia by boat this weekend. Read More


King in waiting

22 September 2017

MANASSEH KING’s return as president of the Barbados Amateur Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation (BABBFF) has been cut short. King has been provisionally suspended by the National Anti-Doping Committee (NADC) for a breach of its regulations. This was confirmed... Read More


Doughlin, Hoyte to lead CAC team

22 September 2017

FRESH from her bronze medal-winning performance at the Amateur Olympia in Las Vegas last week, Shakira Doughlin will lead Barbados’ challenge along with the exciting Hadley Hoyte at the upcoming Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships.... Read More


Browne home from English League

22 September 2017

FORMER Barbados Under-19 batsman Neil Browne is now back home from a successful second stint of league cricket in England while Spartan’s all-rounder Rico Webb is enjoying a solid season with Kirkstall Educational Cricket Club. Browne, a diminutive right-handed top-order... Read More


Holder still a hot shot

22 September 2017

ROAD TENNIS’ number one female player Kim Holder does not look ready to hand the key to that $60 000 Kia Rio to her nemesis Sheldene Walrond just yet. In recent times, the previously invincible Holder has fallen to Coast Guard officer Walrond, suggesting that time... Read More


Walkover for the Warriors

22 September 2017

WARRIORS Sports Club subjected Central Bank to an embarrassing defeat when they secured their second victory in the Ulric Sealy Zone of this year’s Barbados Workers’ Union Netball Tournament on Wednesday night. Piloted by exceptional performances from goal shooter... Read More


Rain wrecks Trent Bridge ODI

21 September 2017

NOTTINGHAM – Persistent rain allowed just 14 deliveries before forcing the abandonment of the second One-Day International between England and West Indies at Trent Bridge here Thursday. Sent in, the hosts had reached 21 without loss when the rains arrived after just... Read More


Harris takes over as head of CFU

21 September 2017

RANDY HARRIS may be short in stature but he’s standing tall in Caribbean football. The president of the Barbados Football Association was this week elevated to the top position of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU). Harris replaces Antiguan Gordon Derrick, who... Read More


Holder: We could have done better

21 September 2017

MANCHESTER – Despite squandering their faint hopes of direct qualification for the 2019 World Cup, the West Indies will be hoping to even their five-match one-day international series against England when the teams meet in the second match at Trent Bridge, today. ... Read More


New hockey coach upbeat

21 September 2017

NEW head coach of the women’s national hockey team Donovan Smith believes they will give a good account of themselves at next month’s Indoor Pan American Cup in Guyana. The former national player told NATION SPORT that since taking over the team after being appointed... Read More



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