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    February 21

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Toilet issue ‘soon over’

18 February 2019

There is still no end to the toilet issue at Kensington Oval. However, director of cricket of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) Steven Leslie gave the assurance that when cricket fans turn up at the Mecca on Wednesday for the first one-day international against... Read More


St George, St Giles rule Wedderburn

18 February 2019

COB St Giles Conquerors raced away once more with the girls title of the James Wedderburn Zone of the National Primary Schools Athletics Championships (NAPSAC) but had to settle for second best in the boys division to first-time winners St George Primary School. Read More


Slow pace at Classic

17 February 2019

NO RUNNER was on CARIFTA Games pace but Elite Distance Programme’s field competitor Shanice Hutson was certainly in the toss-up at a low-keyed February Classic at the National Stadium on Saturday. Read More


Gayle quitting One-Dayers after WC

17 February 2019

PROLIFIC opener Chris Gayle is hoping for a fairytale ending to his One-Day International (ODI) career with the West Indies defying the odds to win the prestigious World Cup in England. Gayle, 39, confirmed his pending retirement after a practice session at Kensington... Read More


Stoute loses Pride of place again

17 February 2019

Experienced all-rounder Kevin Stoute has been dropped from the Barbados Pride team once again.He has been omitted from the 13-man squad to play against the Windward Islands Read More


Skier bags silver for Barbados

17 February 2019

Barbados now has its first ever winter sports medal.Victor White wrote his name in local sporting history yesterday, as he won a silver medal at the Europa Cup in Poland. The 22-year-old freestyle skier scored big to gain a well-deserved podium finish in the men’s Big... Read More


WI make changes to squad for first two ODIs

16 February 2019

Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell and John Campbell have been called up to the West Indies squad for the first two ODIs against England. The changes to the 14-man squad became necessary due to injuries to opener Evin Lewis, as well as allrounders Keemo Paul and Rovman... Read More


Bajan skis into second place

16 February 2019

Barbadian free skier Victor White placed second today in the Europa Cup in Poland. His win saw him receive an outpouring of congratulatory messages, including one from Minister of Sports, John King. Read More


All Saints, Hillaby rule Norris Zone

15 February 2019

The Anton Norris zone heayweights, All Saints Primary, marched to their fifth straight boys title, but the girls toppled over when Hillaby Turners Hall ended their reign by five points yesterday at the National Primary School Athletics Championships (NAPSAC) at the... Read More


United by football

15 February 2019

The face of football in Barbados and the Caribbean has forever been changed, as history has once again been created. The Argentina Football Association (AFA) and the Barbados Football Association (BFA) and AFA and the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) signed bilateral... Read More


Good Shepherd, St Albans take Blackett titles

15 February 2019

The final 4x100 metre relay for the day signalled the boys’ title would stay safe in the hands of theSt Albans Primary School following in the Andrea Blackett Zone of the National Primary Schools Athletics Championships yesterday. Read More


Wheelchair Muscle

15 February 2019

Wheelchair bodybuilding is coming to Barbados next month. For the first time in the English-speaking Caribbean, sports fans will get the chance to see nearly two dozen wheelchair participants showcase eye-popping muscle at the first ever Flex Championships slated... Read More


Shannon Gabriel sorry for comments made to Joe Root

14 February 2019

West Indies bowler Shannon Gabriel claims he asked England’s Joe Root if he “liked boys” during the third Test but has apologised for his words. The 30-year-old was charged for the comments he made to skipper Root, who replied: “Don’t use it as an insult. There’s... Read More


Gabriel hit with ODI ban

13 February 2019

A SECOND West indies cricketer has been suspended by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Following captain Jason Holder’s one-match Test ban for his team’s second Test slow over rate, fiery fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has been controversially slapped with a four-match... Read More


Yellow win at Queen’s

13 February 2019

AJANI INCE and Kamile Gaskin-Griffith powered the Yellow Panthers to their third successive victory with 945.50 points during Queen’s College’s Inter-House Athletics Championships at the National Stadium yesterday. Read More


Gabriel slapped with four-match ODI ban

13 February 2019

GROS ISLET – West Indies speedster Shannon Gabriel has been banned for four One-Day Internationals by cricket’s world governing body, the ICC, for player abuse. A statement Wednesday said Gabriel had accepted the charge laid by on-field umpires and the proposed sanction.... Read More


Blue back on top at St George

13 February 2019

THE power of Shanice Defreitas and Abbygaile Mayers, along with all-round depth, reestablished Blue House’s grip on the St George Secondary School’s inter-house championships yesterday at the National Stadium.For most of the day, Blue were locked in a compelling battle... Read More


Chase stars as WI slide

13 February 2019

GROS ISLET – Roston Chase struck an entertaining fifth Test hundred to take some of the shine off a clinical England performance, as West Indies crashed to a 232-run defeat in the third and final Test yesterday.Asked to chase an improbable 485 after England declared... Read More


Chase hundred not enough as England seal massive win

12 February 2019

GROS ISLET – Roston Chase struck his fifth Test hundred but West Indies crashed to a heavy 232-run defeat to England, on the penultimate day of the third and final Test here Tuesday. Resuming from a tea time position of 136 for six, the Windies were dismissed for... Read More


Windies tottering after England set mammoth total

12 February 2019

GROS ISLET – Veteran seamer Jimmy Anderson ripped through the West Indies top order to leave the hosts staring at defeat, after England set them a mammoth target on the penultimate day of the third and final Test here Tuesday. Read More


Bravo cleared of injury, Paul suffers torn quad

12 February 2019

GROS ISLET – Batsman Darren Bravo has been cleared of serious injury but fast bowler Keemo Paul is expected to take no further part in the England innings, after being diagnosed with a torn right quadricep. Read More


With more public servants set to go home next month, do you think that the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation programme (BERT) is working?