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10 qualify for Carifta

22 January 2018

The pace was fairly hot on the track with some early speed as ten athletes reached the new qualifying standards for Easter’s CARIFTA Games in The Bahamas during Saturday’s January Classic at the National Stadium. There were three first-time CARIFTA qualifiers in... Read More


Starcom, Nation win six straight

22 January 2018

Six and counting. The Starcom Network/Nation Publishing Conquering Lions maintained their unblemished record since 2016 with a hard-fought 19-run victory over the Commissioner of Police Elite squad in a Twenty20 tapeball cricket match at Weymouth on Saturday night.... Read More


Haynes breaks Holder’s grip

21 January 2018

Abigail Haynes repeated her feat as a Daryll Jordan schoolgirl about ten years ago to take road tennis queen Kim Holder to school by stunning her in straight sets in the women’s contest of the National Sports Council Inter-Parish finals at the Christ Church Foundation... Read More


Under-17 football final today

21 January 2018

New champions will be crowned in today’s championship final of the third National Sports Council/Youth Development Programme Under-17 Community Football Tournament at the Briar Hall Playing Field. Christ Church East Central and unbeaten St James North will clash... Read More


Silver, bronze at Swim Cup

21 January 2018

Barbados had a lean first day with just a silver and a solitary bronze medal when the inaugural Union Americana de Natacion (UANA) Swimming Cup Competition started at the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex in Florida, on Friday. Roan Baker, who attends Roosevelt Intermediate... Read More


Moseley leads victory charge

21 January 2018

Openers Shayne Moseley and Kraigg Brathwaite hit unbeaten half-centuries to put Barbados Pride firmly in control of their Digicel Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day contest against Jamaica Scorpions at Kensington Oval yesterday. When bad light ended play... Read More


CWI sends condolences to Windies U19 player Joshua Persaud

20 January 2018

St John’s − Cricket West Indies (CWI) has expressed heartfelt condolences to Windies U19 player Joshua Persaud on the death of his mother, who died in a car accident in the United States. Persaud has been a part of the Windies U19 team currently participating at... Read More


Top Bajan golfers in Chile

20 January 2018

Barbadians James Johnson and Julian Jordan are among 105 golfers from the Caribbean and Latin America teeing off this morning in the 2018 Latin America Amateur Golf Championship (LAAC) in Chile. The major championship, where the winner will be invited to play in... Read More


Barbados hammer Scorpions

20 January 2018

An ultra-cautious career-best 166 by Shamarh Brooks contrasted with the carefree cameo of the cavalier Jermaine Blackwood, who batted boldly before carelessly surrendering his wicket just before the close of play. Blackwood’s recklessness left Jamaica Scorpions... Read More


Husbands – the perfect chess qualifier

20 January 2018

Top chess player Orlando Husbands brushed aside all of his opposition to emerge winner of the Barbados Chess Federation’s (BCF) first national championships qualifier with a 100 per cent record. Husbands, who was recently named the National Sports Council’s Junior... Read More


‘Warm-up’ cup

20 January 2018

The 12 teams in the Barbados Football Association’s top tier will get a chance from tomorrow to knock some rust off before the start of the 2018 Premier League when they participate in the 2018 Williams Equipment Pre-season Cup. Top flight teams traditionally take... Read More


Green strips Blue of title

20 January 2018

It took three long years but better late than never. Green House stripped Blue of their title at the Deacons Inter-house Athletics Championships at the Desmond Haynes Oval yesterday. And a top-notch performance from the Under-13 girl of Green, Ciara Smith, helped... Read More


Equestrians looking to qualify

20 January 2018

Members of the Barbados Equestrian Association continue their climb in the hopes of qualifying for this year’s FEI World Dressage Challenge, and the forthcoming Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Colombia in July. Riding high in the World Of Dressage last... Read More


Booted out of dollars

19 January 2018

Well, footballers need money too. At least one man doesn’t think it’s fair to suspend footballers from the Barbados team for appearing in out-of-season tournaments, considering those same competitions put money in the players’ pockets while the national programme... Read More


T20s ‘not enough for youths’

19 January 2018

FORMER Barbados all-rounder Franklyn Stephenson believes young cricketers should be focusing on the longer version of the game. “Under-17 T20 cricket isn’t a big development tool right now for our youngsters. These youngsters need to play a longer version of the... Read More


Blue end Green’s reign

19 January 2018

Now that didn’t last too long. It was really one and done for Green house as Blue ended their short reign by winning Lawrence T. Gay’s inter-house sports yesterday at the National Stadium. With Kijana Johnson and Onari Grenville leading the charge, Blue powered... Read More


Brooks strokes way to ton

19 January 2018

The silky stroke play and tender touch of the stylish Shamarh Brooks was on show at Kensington Oval yesterday as the Barbados Pride captain gracefully logged his fourth first-class century. The 29-year-old Brooks attractively fashioned a polished unbeaten 104 while... Read More


A St Michael win most likely

18 January 2018

The St Michael deadly duo of Antonio “Lil Man” Daniel and Mark “Venom” Griffith are expected to maintain their dominance when the Inter-Parish Road Tennis Finals climax at the Christ Church Foundation School hall tomorrow and Saturday. Both St Michael and Christ... Read More


Young WI crash out

18 January 2018

MOUNT MAUNGANUI – West Indies Under-19s’ title defence ended in shambles with a heavy 76-run defeat to South Africa Under-19s, but controversy accompanied their disappointing exit from the ICC Youth World Cup here yesterday. Asked to chase 283 at Bay Oval, the young... Read More


St George under Green’s thumb

18 January 2018

GREEN House ended Red House’s two-year reign as champions when they captured the title at St George Primary School’s sports day at the National Stadium yesterday. Green House amassed 460 points while Yellow held on to be second on 415, leaving dethroned champs Red... Read More


‘No problem’ with Kraigg as captain

18 January 2018

BARBADOS Pride head coach Emmerson Trotman says he has no problem with Kraigg Brathwaite leading the team for the Regional Super50 Cup ahead of Jason Holder, who was at the helm of the triumphant side last year. “Both Kraigg and Jason are professionals, they have... Read More




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