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Bayley’s, All Saints, St Giles showdown

18 March 2019

PRIMARY SCHOOLS’ athletics supremacy will be decided today at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex. Four-time champions Bayley’s and All Saints will have a titanic tussle for boys supremacy, while reigning queens St Giles should continue to rule the finals of the National... Read More


Wheelchair warriors a hit

18 March 2019

THE fans who stayed away missed a treat. Wheelchair bodybuilding made a rousing, historic first appearance in Barbados at the season opening Flex Championships on Saturday night at the Derrick Smith Vocational School in Jackmans, St Michael. Read More


Latapy ‘on board’

18 March 2019

BARBADOS’ FOOTBALL is set to get a magical touch. Trinidad and Tobago legend Russell “The Little Magician” Latapy is expected to be announced as head coach of the Barbados senior national football team later this week. Read More


Smith to CPL: Show us the money

17 March 2019

Marquee batsman Dwayne Smith says he finds untenable the deafening silence from Caribbean Premier League officials over outstanding payments to Barbados Tridents players for the 2018 season. Read More


A declaration of folly

16 March 2019

Barbados Cricket Association president Conde Riley has condemned a move by Leeward Islands Hurricanes to concede defeat with a bizarre second innings declaration in their final round West Indies Championship regional four-day match. Read More


Inspired Adventure sneaks up on ’em

16 March 2019

Inspired Adventure ran out an easy three-quarter length winner of Saturday’s featured Louis Corbin Memorial Handicap over 1 800 metres for four-year-olds and older before a small crowd at the Garrison Savannah. Read More


Pride second, thanks to gamble

15 March 2019

NORTH SOUND – An extraordinary gamble by Leeward Islands Hurricanes backfired spectacularly, leaving them with a stunning innings and 18-run defeat to Barbados Pride inside two days of their rescheduled fourth round match in the Regional Four-Day Championship yesterday.... Read More


Glory to HC boys, Foundation girls

15 March 2019

To the chants of Kolij, Kolij, Harrison College boys joined Christ Church Foundation girls in sharing the Sol Esther Maynard Zone track and field glory yesterday at the National Stadium. Read More


Christ Church Foundation and Harrison College leading Day 2 BSSAC

15 March 2019

It would take a miracle to catch the Christ Church Foundation girls during today’s Sol Esther Maynard Zone of the Barbados Secondary Schools Athletics Championships. Read More


BSSAC Day 2 underway

15 March 2019

The day is still young but the Sol Esther Maynard zone of the Barbados Secondary School’s Athletic Championships is already seeing records tumbling at the National Stadium. Read More


Umpire walks off

14 March 2019

Netball officials have a pressing matter on their hands. Both the disciplinary committees of the Barbados Netball Association and the Barbados Association of Netball Umpires could be pressed into action very shortly after an incident between an umpire and a club... Read More


B’ballers awarded

14 March 2019

Big man John Jones is living larger than life, having won three major awards including the Co-operators General Insurance Premier League MVP trophy as the highlight of Wednesday’s Barbados Amateur Basketball Association awards ceremony at Golden Sands. Read More


BSSAC 2019: A day of records and Carifta qualifications

14 March 2019

Christ Church Foundation’s Dalano Wickham met the CARIFTA qualifying standard in another event during today’s Sol Esther Maynard Zone of the Barbados Secondary School’s Athletic Championships. Read More


BSSAC 2019: Esther Maynard Zone gets going

14 March 2019

The atmosphere at the Sol Esther Maynard Zone may be considered low key to that of the Sol Frank Blackman Zone, but the performances on track are certainly generating some heat at the National Stadium. Read More


Some headway in CWI reform bid

14 March 2019

 A productive recent meeting with the International Cricket Council’s chief executive, Dave Richardson, has left chairman of CARICOM’s subcommittee on cricket, Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, hopeful that Cricket West Indies governance reform can he pushed through... Read More


QC, SMS the champs

14 March 2019

QUEEN’S COLLEGE (QC) are the new kings while The St Michael School (SMS) continued to wear the girls’ crown in the Sol Frank Blackman Zone of the PowerAde Barbados Secondary Schools Athletics Championships (BSSAC). Read More


BSAAC 2019: Frank Blackman Zone Day Two – afternoon session

13 March 2019

The Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools Sol Frank Blackman Zone continues today at the National Stadium. Read More


BSAAC 2019: Frank Blackman Zone Day Two - morning session

13 March 2019

The Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools Sol Frank Blackman Zone continues today at the National Stadium. Read More


Back and forth at BSSAC

12 March 2019

COMBERMERE and Queen’s College were surprise early front-runners among the boys, while defending queens The St Michael School grabbed a late lead from Springer Memorial to end a first day of fluctuating fortunes in the Sol Frank Blackman Zone of the Powerade Barbados... Read More


‘All’s not well’ with players

12 March 2019

THE MAN seeking to become the new vice-president of Cricket West Indies (CWI) is not convinced about the improved relationship between the regional governing body and the West Indies Players Association (WIPA). Read More


BSSAC 2019:Frank Blackman Zone Day One

12 March 2019

These are the official results from the first day of the Frank Blackman Zone, Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools' Athletics Championships (BSSAC) held today at the National Stadium. Read More


Should the Barbados Secondary Schools' Entrance Examination (11+) be abolished?