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    November 16

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Kim in the ring

12 November 2018

The “impossible” is now a reality for Barbados’ top female boxer Kimberly Gittens. Just when it appeared as if her dream of competing at the Women’s World Boxing Championships in India had fallen through the ropes, the 26-year-old Central American and Caribbean (CAC)... Read More


Bishop still waiting for the call

12 November 2018

Prolific Crane Resort St Catherine left-arm spinner Derick Bishop believes he is still being choked by the Barbados selectors. Bishop, who sang a calypso a few years ago about his continued omission from national trials, is singing a similar tune. Read More


Bajans come up short

12 November 2018

UNITED STATES ruled the pounding waves on the windy East Coast of Bathsheba yesterday, but Barbados could feel pleased with second finishes for Che Allan and Chelsea Roett on the final day of surfing competition at the PEG Independence Festival. Read More


WI best not good enough

11 November 2018

CHENNAI – West Indies produced their best performance of the Twenty20 International series against India but still went down by six wickets, losing off the last ball of the innings in the third and final match at the MA Chidambaram Stadium yesterday. Read More



11 November 2018

Manchester City returned to the Premier League summit with a convincing derby victory over Manchester United at Etihad Stadium. Read More


BFA postpones matches

11 November 2018

The third round of matches in the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League Zone 1 have all been postponed due to a water logged field at the Wildey Turf. Read More


Redemption for Robinson

10 November 2018

American Chauncey Robinson left nothing to chance this year, having gotten over the hump at long last to finally capture Saturday’s World Surf League (WSL) Thomo QS at the Soup Bowl in Bathsheba. Read More


Deandra leads demolition

10 November 2018

GEORGETOWN – Veteran all-rounder Deandra Dottin single-handedly destroyed Bangladesh with the third-best figures in women’s Twenty20 Internationals as West Indies opened their defence of the World Twenty20 Friday night with a rousing 60-run victory. Read More


Div. 2 ‘no-balls’

08 November 2018

The Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) is batting on another sticky wicket with the outcome of several matches in its Second Division still undecided. Already saddled with an unresolved Sagicor Twenty20 quarter-final match between Crane Resort St Catherine and YMPC,... Read More


Deacons kings, Warrens queens

08 November 2018

Pan American International Insurance Warrens and Omega XL Deacons are the new rulers of the Goddard Enterprises Limited senior volleyball knockouts. On Wednesday night, a decent crowd saw Warrens battle from a set down to defeat Chargers 16-25, 25-12, 25-12, 25-21... Read More


Matthews is vice captain, Joseph replaces Grimmond 

08 November 2018

ST JOHN’S - Hayley Matthews, the Windies Women’s 20-year old all-rounder, has been named Vice Captain of the squad at the ICC World Women’s T20 Tournament, supporting Captain, Stafanie Taylor. Read More


England scent victory after Jennings century

08 November 2018

GALLE, Sri Lanka - Opener Keaton Jennings ended his two-year wait for a second test century with a career-best 146 not out as England inched towards a comprehensive victory in the opening test against Sri Lanka on Thursday. Read More


Under-performing Pollard still valuable, says Law

08 November 2018

CHENNAI, India – West Indies head coach Stuart Law has defended under-performing all-rounder, Kieron Pollard, contending the player’s value to the Twenty20 could not be assessed purely on the basis of numbers. Pollard is one of the biggest names in the T20 format... Read More


Barbados fails to advance at CONCACAF

08 November 2018

Barbados went crashing out of the CONCACAF Under 20 Championships following an embarrassing 4-0 defeat against Haiti at the IMG Academy in Miami, Florida tonight. Captain Bicou Bissainthe gave Haiti the lead from the penalty spot in the 30th minute after Elijah Downey... Read More


Home boys bow out

08 November 2018

PREDICTABLY, mighty United States ruled the pristine conditions and waves on the East Coast at Bathsheba yesterday, but not a single hometown boy advanced to the quarter-finals of the Live Like Zander Pro surfing event at the Soup Bowl. Jacob Burke, Caleb Rapson... Read More


NSC lights still off

08 November 2018

THERE was still no light at the end of the emergency meeting, as the floodlights at a number of National Sports Council (NSC) facilities will remain off for the time being. A furious NSC chairman Mac Fingall says the issue of tampering and vandalism of token boxes... Read More


NSC meeting cancelled

07 November 2018

The National Sports Council emergency meeting that was set for 10 o’clock this morning has been called off. The meeting was intended to resolve the issue of tampering with the token operated lights at its various facilities across the island. Read More


NSC meeting to solve lights issue

07 November 2018

The National Sports Council has called an emergency meeting at 10 a.m. to further resolve the issue of tampering with the token operated lights at its various facilities across the island. It comes following a more than two hour long meeting last night at the gymnasium... Read More


Allan wins heat at Thomo QS

06 November 2018

Defending champion Che Allan made an excellent start to his title defence when the Thomo Qualifying Series (QS) 1000 in Memory of Bill Thomson surfing event got under way at the Soup Bowl in Bathsheba on Tuesday. Read More


Diamonds shine bright

06 November 2018

BWU Diamonds and RT Ballers maintained their dominance when the semi-finals of the Barbados Workers’ Union Netball League were staged on Monday night at the Netball Stadium. The Diamonds, who had topped the Sir Roy Trotman Zone, dazzled and then choked Chickmont... Read More


Dismal Windies concede series with crushing defeat

06 November 2018

LUCKNOW – Another dismal performance led to another depressing result as West Indies suffered yet another series defeat with a heavy 71-run crushing at the hands of India, in the second Twenty20 International here Tuesday. Read More


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