WI Under-19s in

09 February 2016

FATULLAH – Captain Shimron Hetmyer struck a half-century in a timely return to form while opener Tevin Imlach chipped in with another, as West Indies Under-19s reached the final four of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup with a convincing five-wicket win over Pakistan Under-19s... Read More


UWI back on top

09 February 2016

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES (UWI) regained top spot, neighbourhood Care Pharmacy Weymouth Wales stayed among the front-runners and Mackeson Brittons Hill produced a masterful display when the Digicel Premier League continued last Sunday at the Barbados Football... Read More


BOA to keep close watch

09 February 2016

ATHLETES who qualify for funding by the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) will be monitored better in the future. That’s the word from BOA boss Steve Stoute, who made the comment while addressing the annual award ceremony of the Barbados Swimming Association at... Read More


Three qualify for World Indoor Meet

09 February 2016

THREE Barbadian athletes – Greggmar Swift, Levi Cadogan and Akela Jones – competing in overseas meets last weekend, reached the qualifying standard for next month’s World Indoor Championships in Oregon. Competing at the Pedro Cup in Poland, Swift finished second... Read More


Young West Indies in Under-19 semi-finals

08 February 2016

THE WEST INDIES UNDER-19S booked their spot in the semi-finals of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup with solid all-round performances in a five-wicket victory over Pakistan Under-19s at Fatullah overnight. Set 228 for victory, the West Indies raced to 229 for five... Read More


Broncos win Super Bowl 50

08 February 2016

SANTA CLARA – The Denver Broncos upset the top-seeded Carolina Panthers to win Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, giving quarterback Peyton Manning the chance to call a fairytale ending to his storied career. The 24-10 win over the Panthers marked the third Super Bowl triumph... Read More


Two in breach

08 February 2016

AN INVESTIGATION into coach Phil Simmons’ claims of outside interference over the selection of the West Indies team has found two top officials of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to be in breach of protocol. While a report submitted by human resource specialist... Read More


Paradise thrash Belfield

08 February 2016

DIRECTV PARADISE made light work of newcomers Phone Medic Repair Belfield when the Barbados Football Association’s Digicel Premier League continued on Saturday at the Wildey Astroturf. Paradise’s Armando “Sugar” Lashley scored four goals as Paradise whipped the Black... Read More


Bajan surfers look to 2020

08 February 2016

LOCAL SURFERS are eyeing the possibility of competing at the Olympic Games in 2020. Barbados Surfing Association treasurer, Louis Venezia, speaking at the 2015 Surfer of the Year awards ceremony at Blakey’s Bar and Restaurant on Saturday evening, revealed it was... Read More


Kelly clan steals show

08 February 2016

JOSHUA KELLY certainly got his just rewards. The new face of local cycling must be smiling pretty now, having hauled in the lion’s share of awards, including two Cyclist of the Year honours when the Barbados Cycling Union held its 2014/2015 prize-giving gala on Friday... Read More


Intrepid slips field

07 February 2016

THERE WAS NO LOVE LOST in the Valentine’s Day Handicap at the Garrison Savannah yesterday. Intrepid Dancer, under the command of former champion jockey Anderson Trotman, upstaged Slip Stream to win the feature event on the day’s programme. Slip Stream was favoured to... Read More


Keep sports clean, pleads Yearwood

07 February 2016

KEITH YEARWOOD doesn’t want any further doping disgrace. For the sake of sport and country. The Barbados Cycling Union president has finally broken his silence, having urged everyone in cycling to learn the World Anti-Doping code diligently and avoid bringing more shame... Read More


Set B do it again at Cawmere

07 February 2016

YET AGAIN Combermere’s sports was dampened by intermittent showers, but that didn’t derail the flow of Set B, who remained the champions of Waterford for the second straight year. The victory chant began early for Set B, who came into the competition on Friday with... Read More


Intrepid gets last laugh

07 February 2016

IT TOOK A COURAGEOUS EFFORT from the Hopefield Stables out-of-form seven-year-old chestnut Intrepid Dancer and jockey Anderson Trotman for them to land yesterday’s feature race – the Valentine’s Day Handicap over 1.100 metres – at the Garrison Savannah. Going off at... Read More


Out of luck

07 February 2016

SORRY ZIMBABWE. You’re not going to get any sympathy from “Dessie”. He may be old school, but former Windies opener Desmond Haynes believes the “spirit of the game” arguments are outdated, having staunchly defended Keemo Paul’s controversial match-winning run-out against... Read More


Red still rule at St Catherine’s

07 February 2016

PILOTED BY unbeaten runs from victor ludorum Kevier Clarke and victrix ludorum Kaliah Tull, defending champions Red repeated as champions of St Catherine’s Primary School sports at St Catherine’s Club, Bayfield, St Philip, on Friday. Red amassed 553 points to stave... Read More


12 nominated for Gold Cup

07 February 2016

IT’S NOW DOWN to 12 nominees for this year’s running of the Sandy Lane Barbados Gold Cup. Four horses have dropped out of contention at the second and final subscription stage for the March 5 event to be held at the Garrison Savannah. However, interest remains extremely... Read More


TONY COZIER: Neither saint nor sinner

07 February 2016

IAN BISHOP’S first reaction when Keemo Paul whipped off the bails with Zimbabwe’s No. 11 Richard Ngarva backing up in last Tuesday’s decisive Under-19 World Cup match in Bangladesh was, “Oh, no!” As TV umpire Tim Robinson checked the video replay on whether or not the... Read More


Rain interrupts Welches sports

07 February 2016

STUDENTS and teachers at Welches Primary School will have to wait until tomorrow or perhaps Tuesday to see if defending champions Yellow House retain their title and bragging rights for another year. When rain interrupted their annual inter-house athletics meet on... Read More


Garrison Racing Results - Valentine’s Day Raceday card

06 February 2016

Results on the Barbados Turf Club’s Valentine’s Day Raceday card at the Garrison Savannah on Saturday: Read More


Leicester are for real, five point clear in Premier League

06 February 2016

LONDON – Leicester City’s unlikely assault on a first Premier League football itle gathered momentum with a ruthless 3-1 demolition of Manchester City helping them storm five points clear at the top on Saturday. Defender Robert Huth scored twice and Algerian magician... Read More




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