Warrican the lone addition

26 September 2016

IN SPITE of repeated batting and bowling failures in the recent home Test series against India that the regional side lost 2-0, the West Indies selectors have kept faith with the same squad for the upcoming three-match series against Pakistan. Up to late yesterday,... Read More


St Thomas edge St James Central

26 September 2016

HOME DRUMS truly beat first as St Thomas defied a heavy downpour and a spirited challenge from St James Central to earn a close 2-1 victory in the David Thompson Memorial Constituency Councils’ Football Classic at Bridgefield on Saturday night. Both teams were lively... Read More


Shell-shocked Windies

25 September 2016

DUBAI - West Indies suffered their second batting meltdown in the space of 48 hours as they slumped to a 16-run defeat to Pakistan in the second Twenty20 International yesterday to meekly surrender the three-match series. Asked to chase 161 for victory at the Dubai... Read More


Olympian joins celebs on the floor

25 September 2016

BARBADIANS from all walks of life yesterday had the opportunity to meet and greet double Olympic gold medallist Christian Taylor, and other celebrities at the Cave Shepherd Broad Street store. Duty Free Caribbean brand manager Kay Richards, who was present at the... Read More


St George South blank St Michael Central

25 September 2016

FOOTBALLERS in Barbados are still playing with flair, fervour and finesse. That was evident at Hilda Skeene Primary School ground in St Philip on Friday night as St George South kicked off their title bid in this year’s David Thompson Memorial Constituency Councils’... Read More


Sport For Life to get new home

25 September 2016

PARTICIPANTS OF this year’s Sport for Life (SFL) programme were given a breath of fresh air when interim chief executive officer of Kensington Oval Management Inc. (KOMI) Ben Toppin announced that they would be moving to a new facility “soon” . Speaking at the opening... Read More


FAZEER MOHAMMED: The challenges facing Carlos

25 September 2016

CARLOS BRATHWAITE would have been under no illusions about the challenges he faces, both as captain of the West Indies in one format of the game during another unsettling period of unnecessary turbulence, but also as the man whose explosive finish to the World Twenty20... Read More


Good turnout for collegiate seminar

24 September 2016

THERE IS STANDING ROOM only at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex where scores of parents, athletes and coaches have gathered for the Collegiate Athletic Scholarship Seminar. The room is full and people have spilled into the corridor for the inaugural seminar. It is... Read More


Two more win in Thompson football

24 September 2016

ST GEORGE SOUTH and hosts St Philip North were victorious in their opening matches of this year’s David Thompson Memorial Constituency Councils’ Football Classic at Hilda Skeene Primary School on Friday night. Last year’s losing semi-finalists, St George South trounced... Read More


WI humbled

24 September 2016

DUBAI – Reigning World champions West Indies were humbled by Pakistan in the opening Twenty20 International here yesterday after virtually condemning themselves with a feeble batting effort at the Dubai International Stadium. Read More


Monarchs on court at Wildey

24 September 2016

IT’S BACK to the Cable & Wireless’ hardcourts in Wildey for the Barbados Public Workers Cooperative Credit Union’s Monarchs Of The Court road tennis tournament starting tomorrow. Read More


Josiah ready for T&T duathlon

24 September 2016

A SPRAINED TOE and shoulder injury could not stop Oein Josiah from competing in yet another duathlon. “Over the last month I had to tweak a few training sessions to treat two injuries, but God has been good and I am ready to fire on both pistons this weekend,” Josiah... Read More


Athletes assured of support

24 September 2016

MINISTER OF SPORT Stephen Lashley has pledged, along with other sporting bodies within Barbados, to redouble their efforts in support of all local athletes. He was speaking at a special luncheon held to honour double Olympic gold medallist Christian Taylor at the Barbados... Read More


Alleyne, O'Neal do it again

24 September 2016

LESLIE ALLEYNE and Chris O’Neal made it two in a row when they won last Sunday’s Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) 2016 Chefette MudDogs Safari & Safari Novice Championships. Read More


Pakistan draw first blood against Windies

23 September 2016

PAKISTAN BEAT WEST Indies by nine wickets today in the first of three T20 matches in Dubai. Set 116 to win, the Pakistanis lost just one wicket en route to reaching the target with 34 balls to spare. Babar Azam and Khalid Latif finished not out on 55 and 34, respectively... Read More


Talma goes paddling to say thanks

23 September 2016

NO WIND or wave could halt Brian “De Action Man” Talma’s paddle around Barbados on Tuesday. Despite the unstable weather conditions, Talma, accompanied by paddle surfer Jimmy Marshall, set off on a journey, which lasted more than 15 hours, to show gratitude to the... Read More


Hockey home run

23 September 2016

AFTER MORE THAN five years without an artificial surface at the home of hockey, the new turf is expected to be in place at Wildey by the end of next month. The revelation was made by Barbados Olympic Association assistant secretary general Cameron Burke during a... Read More


Plenty cheers for Taylor

23 September 2016

IN THE Olympic Stadium, triple-jumper Christian Taylor is king, but yesterday, he was content to be a humble prince for scores of adoring children from three schools. The kids of St Catherine Primary, Hilda Skeene Primary and Lester Vaughan Secondary, screamed themselves... Read More


Olympian waiting to make switch

23 September 2016

DOUBLE OLYMPIC gold medallist Christian Taylor wants to change allegiances if given the opportunity. This he has stated publicly and reaffirmed to the media Wednesday evening at the Bouganvillea Beach Resort in Maxwell, Christ Church, where he met with athletes of... Read More


High hopes for hockey

23 September 2016

THE BARBADOS Olympic Association (BOA) has given $35 000 to the Barbados men’s hockey team to assist the 18-member squad on their journey to the FIH Hockey World League in Salamanca, Mexico, from September 27 to October 2. At a send-off at the BOA headquarters on... Read More


Deacons win easily, Progressive upset

23 September 2016

VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE KINGS Flow Deacons predictably started the new Goddard Enterprises Limited Division 1 season with an easy win on Wednesday night. However, the knockout champions Barbados Bearings and W. Gittens Landscaping Progressive suffered the first upset of... Read More




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