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Lehmann Academy doing Holder good

21 November 2017

Promising young Barbadian fast bowler Chemar Holder credits a developmental stint Down Under with improving his cricket and overall growth. Holder, who helped the West Indies Under-19 team to win the 50-over Youth World Cup in Bangladesh last year, has been in Australia... Read More


Bajans on high

21 November 2017

They started as No. 1 and ended as No. 1. Barbadians Tamisha Williams and Monyata Riviera justified their top seeding to emerge doubles champions at the Suriname International Badminton Championships last week. Coming up against the Suriname pair of Crystal Leefmans... Read More


Weight Classic expected to thrill fans

21 November 2017

The Phillips and Springer Weightlifting Classic, which was one of the great successes of last year’s inaugural Barbados Independence Invitational Games, is expected to be even bigger and better when episode two comes off on Saturday at the St George Secondary School.... Read More


Stilettos take Gabby Zone

21 November 2017

It was payback when the St James Stilettos defeated Police 24-21 to capture the Gabby Scott Zone title in the Barbados Workers’ Union’s Netball Tournament on Sunday at the Netball Stadium. Good shooting by goal shooter Addis Ward, who netted 20 of 25 attempts, and... Read More


White vows to press on despite nomination mix-up

20 November 2017

HAMILTON, Bermuda – Barbadian Wendell White has vowed to press on with his challenge for the Bermuda Cricket Board’s (BCB) presidency at its annual meeting later this month, despite failing to secure a nomination for the top post. The BCB confirmed on Friday that... Read More


Bad light, Spartan deny Empire

20 November 2017

Arch-rivals ICBL Empire and Massy Stores Spartan played to a thrilling draw as bad light forced a premature end to a pulsating contest on the final day of the penultimate round of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Elite Division yesterday. Set 198 for... Read More


Pride win first game

20 November 2017

KINGSTOWN – Barbados finally won their first match of the newly-minted Digicel Professional Cricket League Regional Four-Day Championship, making light work of Windward Islands Volcanoes in thrashing them by 135 runs in their fourth round encounter yesterday. Off-spinner... Read More


A grand fightback

20 November 2017

Defending champions St George South produced arguably the comeback of the tournament to date after scoring twice in a minute to force extra time and subsequently prevail on penalties against St John, when the final night of the round of 16 action in the David Thompson... Read More


Light work for new champs

20 November 2017

Lodge Road and Transporters North recorded contrasting, one-sided victories to be crowned champions of the 2017 Barbados Cricket League Twenty20 competitions yesterday at the Barbados National Oil Company ground in Woodbourne, St Philip. While Transporters made light... Read More


Husbands lands double

20 November 2017

TORONTO – Veteran Barbadian jockey Patrick Husbands continued to make his presence felt at Woodbine, riding a double on Saturday’s 10-race card at western Canada’s premier racetrack. The 44-year-old won race four with favourite Souper Fly Over before returning to... Read More


Top class: Reemar and Tia-Ling

19 November 2017

Reemar Butcher had everything, and Tia-Ling Morgan had no competition at the Mr Schoolboy Bodybuilding & Miss Schoolgirl Body Fitness Championships on Friday night at the Lester Vaughan School. Butcher has had a progressive climb to the podium, having placed third... Read More


Certified Olympians

19 November 2017

Now sportsmen need a medal to be recognised at the Olympic level. All Olympic athletes, including those from Barbados, can now use the post nominal designation of “OLY” at the end of their names in recognition of their sporting achievements. Two-time Bajan Olympian... Read More


Squash leads to Virginia university

19 November 2017

Local squash player Amanda Haywood has attained a full scholarship to the University of Virginia. The 17-year-old St Michael School student, who will be studying finance, told SUNSPORT she was grateful. “I’m very glad, grateful and thankful for this opportunity... Read More


Christ Church West wins 3-2

19 November 2017

Tennis ace Darian King found the nets again, but his Christ Church East Central bowed out of the David Thompson Memorial Constituency Councils Football Classic after crashing to defeat against Christ Church West in a five-goal thriller on Friday night. Playing in... Read More


Goffin stuns Federer to reach London final

18 November 2017

LONDON – As if clocking up a first victory over Rafael Nadal was not enough, David Goffin continued breaking new ground by stunning Roger Federer at the ATP Finals on Saturday to claim the biggest win of his career and reach the final. Few gave the willowy world... Read More


PZ brand gets a break

18 November 2017

The brand at the centre of road tennis controversy is back in the news again. It didn’t make it onto the courts of the Clash Of The Titans, but PZ is now on the shelves of Sports & Games after signing a distribution deal with the local sports store. The move comes... Read More


Pride in charge

18 November 2017

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent – Left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican struck twice in as many balls in the final session to hand Barbados Pride the advantage on the second day of their fourth-round Regional four-day contest against Windward Islands Volcanoes. At stumps at the... Read More


Springer, Foundation roll on to semis

18 November 2017

Defending champions Springer Memorial and Christ Church Foundation will be the ones to watch after advancing to the semi-finals of the Barbados Secondary Schools Under-19 Netball League with massive victories during Thursday’s quarter-finals. Springer rolled over... Read More


Heath on quest for perfect 10

18 November 2017

Seven Mr Olympia titles already make him one of the best bodybuilders of all time. That’s why Phil Heath wants to go where no man has gone before. The supreme ruler of the sport since 2011 told the SATURDAY SUN that he thinks a tenth Sandow title would make him the... Read More


Hackett school gets ten medals

18 November 2017

The Jordan Hackett Kempo Karate School gained ten medals at the Pan Caribbean International Martial Arts Championships in Trinidad and Tobago recently. Among the seven member team who competed at the National Cycling Centre, Seanna Stanford placed first in the female... Read More


Regional coaches complete Level 1 and Level 3 coaching programmes

17 November 2017

ST JOHN’S – Cricket West Indies (CWI) just concluded two important sessions as part of its continued efforts to improve its role in coaching education. The Level 3 course was the second one in the region, the first was held in Barbados in 2016. A total of 25 regional... Read More



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