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    April 26

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Panton, Fennell large and in charge

24 April 2018

Reigning Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) champion driver, Jamaican Jeff Panton and Mike Fennell Jr have sounded early warning shots ahead of this year’s Sol Barbados Rally. In the final test before Flow King of the Hill and Sol Rally Barbados, they won the Carter’s Pit-Stop... Read More


More prestige for Best

24 April 2018

The best is yet to come! That statement holds true for teenage squash sensation Meagan Best who continues to create impressions off the court that match her impressive game on court. After being selected as the flag bearer for Barbados at the recent Commonwealth... Read More


Women’s polo on the upswing

24 April 2018

Women’s polo has grown significantly over the last decade. This was revealed by the world’s No. 1 female player Nina Clarkin and No. 2 rated female Hazel Goana of the United Kingdom during Monday’s press conference to announce the Massy United Apes Hill Ladies Polo... Read More


Limping start

23 April 2018

Injuries to national netballers, which saw the Bajan Gems underperforming at the recently concluded Commonwealth Games Down Under in Australia, may be creating even bigger ripples in the current Division 1 season. The domestic season started weeks ago but only newcomers... Read More


Paradise crush Rendezvous

23 April 2018

Paradise were at their irresistible best on Sunday night, inflicting a merciless 8-2 thrashing on their rivals Rendezvous in the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League. Brittons Hill and champions Weymouth Wales also grabbed victories in the first round of... Read More


Tri-series for hockey girls

23 April 2018

The Barbados Hockey Federation (BHF) is planning a tri-nation series to prepare the national women’s team for the forthcoming Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games slated for Barranquilla, Colombia. President Mark St Hill said that the tournament is likely to... Read More


Big Four reach the semis

23 April 2018

The big four are through to the final four. The Co-operators General Insurance Premier League Basketball Knockout Competition certainly stuck to script as all four title contenders advanced with contrasting wins in Sunday’s first round at the Barbados Community College.... Read More


Simpson, Sealy the champs

23 April 2018

Orson Simpson had to run through all the tricks in his bag to overcome Clifford Nolan and capture the men’s Over-60 crown in the finals of the Barbados National Masters Squash Championships at the Barbados Squash Club, Marine Courts, on Sunday. In what turned out... Read More


Elite duo for Apes Hill

23 April 2018

This year’s Massy United Apes Hill Ladies International Polo Tournament will feature two of the top female players in the world. This was revealed during a press conference to launch the event at Apes Hill Polo Club yesterday. Club manager James Dickson said the... Read More


Lynch: Kudos to BCA

22 April 2018

Noel Lynch is leaving his position as chief executive officer of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA), satisfied that the organisation has made significant strides as a business entity over the past two years. Speaking during the BCA’s annual awards ceremony at... Read More


Shai’s ton sets up Pickwick win

22 April 2018

An explosive century by West Indies batsman Shai Hope propelled ESA Field Pickwick to victory over Christ Church Foundation by seven runs under the Duckworth/Lewis method in the second round of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Sagicor Twenty20 competition... Read More


Classic not much to shout about

22 April 2018

Speed was just as scarce as the leading athletes during Saturday’s subdued April Classic at the National Stadium. Sprinter Matthew Clarke, triple jumper Jadon Brome and young multi-event athlete Anika Blackman were the only CARIFTA Games athletes competing as most... Read More


Silver Sands on a 3-1 high

22 April 2018

Abrahams United Silver Sands’ scintillating display on Saturday night gave them a confidence-boosting 3-1 win over Home Improvement Hardware Compton in the first of their out-of-zone encounters in the 2018 BFA Premier League season. In other out-of-zone match-ups... Read More


Antiguans deliver on fight night

22 April 2018

The Antiguans didn’t come to play. They proved to be the dominant force in the ring during the 17th Horace Phillips Memorial Boxing Tournament by winning four bouts at The St Michael School Auditorium on Saturday night. Joshua Toussaint’s powerful right hook was... Read More


Bajan jockey wins Sovereign Award

22 April 2018

Apprentice jockey Rey Williams has secured another victory; this time the coveted Sovereign Award. Williams managed to secure 158 votes ahead of Ridge Balgobin of Trinidad and Tobago (67) and Brandon Duchaine of Canada (56) to capture top honours at the 43rd annual... Read More


Husbands hit with disqualification on opening day

22 April 2018

TORONTO – Barbadian Patrick Husbands missed out on the opening day of the new Woodbine season when one of this wins was overturned through disqualification. The veteran rider reached the wire first in the CAN$120 000 Wando Stakes in race six aboard 2-1 chance Machtree,... Read More


BNA looks to raise $270 000

21 April 2018

Barbados is in a three-month race to successfully stage the prestigious Americas Federation of Netball Associations’ World Cup Qualifier 2018, which has an attached price tag of $270 000. That information was made public when the local organising committee, comprising... Read More


It takes more than talent

21 April 2018

It will take more than talent to bring West Indies and Barbados cricket back to the forefront. So said Mac Fingall during his feature address entitled Back To Winning Ways: Taking West Indies And Barbados Cricket Forward at the Barbados Cricket Association’s awards... Read More


Jack one step ahead

21 April 2018

Jack Francis, who holds a slim one-point lead over defending Masters champion Ronald “Suki’ King, sets his eyes on Julian Burgess when the second half of the Henderson Layne Memorial Draughts Tournament starts today at the Christ Church Girls School. Suki will take... Read More


Micey’s back for rally

21 April 2018

The return of Trevor “Electric Micey” Manning is among the main ingredients of Sunday’s Barbados Rally Club (BRC) Carter’s Pit-Stop Stages Rally. In the company of his son Sam, as co-driver, “Micey” will be driving Car Zero, the Mitsubishi Lancer Turbo which was... Read More


Windies star Hope lands BCA President’s Award

21 April 2018

Fresh from being named one of Wisden’s five Cricketers Of The Year at Lord’s earlier this month, Shai Hope earned another prestigious award on home soil when he received the President’s Award at Barbados Cricket Association annual dinner at Kensington Oval Friday night.... Read More




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