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Ban may be extended

20 September 2018

The three-year drug suspension imposed on Ramon Broomes could be extended in light of the former Barbados bodybuilding champion competing in Las Vegas last week. Broomes competed a few days ago at the Amateur Olympia which is a violation of National Anti-Doping Commission... Read More


Windies eager to even series

20 September 2018

Having watched a heavy downpour end their chances of winning their One-Day International series against South Africa, the West Indies women are looking forward to the opportunity to level it on Saturday. Due to a tropical wave which passed over Barbados Wednesday,... Read More


Rain has final say

19 September 2018

Heavy mid-afternoon thunderstorms and a wet outfield caused the abandonment of the second ICC One-Day International Championship match between Windies Women and South Africa Women on Wednesday at the historic Kensington Oval. South Africa would have been disappointed... Read More


Benjamin raps selection process

19 September 2018

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Leeward Islands Hurricanes head coach, Winston Benjamin, has lamented his non-involvement in the selection of the squad for the Professional Cricket League season and has lambasted the process as “dictatorial”. Speaking on radio here recently,... Read More


Gittens going for gold

18 September 2018

Among the many lessons Kimberley Gittens learnt at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games, she says mental preparation was most crucial to her securing the bronze medal. Read More


Logie backs WI Women to rebound

18 September 2018

Assistant coach Gus Logie is backing West Indies Women to put Sunday’s opening loss to South Africa behind them and come out swinging in Wednesday’s crucial second One-Day International (ODI) of the three-match series. The hosts produced a limp performance with the... Read More


‘Enlist’ housing areas

17 September 2018

Former Minister of Social Transformation Hamilton Lashley is calling for the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) to be extended to youth residing in national housing units across the island. “I call the BDFSP a successful social intervention that has... Read More


Dari-Anne fit to be queen

17 September 2018

Dari-Anne Gibson’s outstanding routine made her the queen of the Island Fitness Pageant at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre on Sunday night. But it was just one point which separated her and second placed contestant Paulette Klasicki who was a vision in her swimsuit... Read More


CPL announce “All Star” team of the tournament

17 September 2018

The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) have announced the “CPL All Stars” team of the tournament for 2018. The team was selected by Tom Moody, Mark Butcher, Daren Ganga, Ian Bishop, Danny Morrison and Michael Slater. The team features three Windies players aged... Read More


Knight Riders successfully defend Hero CPL title after cruising past Warriors

16 September 2018

Trinbago Knight Riders sealed a third Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) title with a commanding eight-wicket victory over Guyana Amazon Warriors at the Brian Lara Academy. The best two teams in this season’s competition have now met four times in the last 11 days... Read More


WI Women let it slip

16 September 2018

South Africa Women are tied on six points with Windies Women in the ICC One Day International Championship after defeating the home side by 100 runs after the first One Day International in the Sandals International home series yesterday. Read More


Windies Women take on South Africa

16 September 2018

BRIDGETOWN – WINDIES Women’s captain Stafanie Taylor spoke to CWI Media ahead of the Sandals International Home Series against South Africa Women, starting on Sunday at Kensington Oval here. The Sandals Series opens with three ODIs which form part of the third round... Read More


Bajans go down

15 September 2018

It’s the end of the road for Barbados in Group 1 of the Americas Zone in the Davis Cup. The Bajans were relegated to Group 2 after a suffering a crushing 4-0 defeat by Ecuador yesterday at the National Tennis Centre. Read More


Knight Riders strangle Patriots to seal final spot

15 September 2018

Trinbago Knight Riders put the disappointment of their Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Playoff 1 defeat to Guyana Amazon Warriors behind them with a professional 20-run semi-final win over St Kitts & Nevis Patriots. A fine all-round bowling performance led by... Read More


Davis Cup team in a hole

14 September 2018

The Barbados Davis Cup team is down and almost out. The host country lost both opening singles matches to Ecuador in a dreadful start to its Americas Zone Group 1 second round play-off at the National Tennis Centre in Wildey, on Friday. Read More


BDF sports programme terminated

13 September 2018

The Barbados Defence Force’s (BDF) national sports programme is being shut down. The nursery for hundreds of talented youths over the last three decades comes to an abrupt end at month-end. Read More


13 seniors ready for Games

13 September 2018

Barbados will have a delegation at the Huntsman Senior Games in Utah, even if the Government won’t be assisting with the cost. This from co-ordinator of the National Senior Games and athletics coach, Rawle Clarke. Read More


Darian to carry the workload

13 September 2018

A fresh team will play doubles for Ecuador, but Barbados’ No. 1 player Darian King will once again appear in all three segments of the Davis Cup tie beginning Friday at the National Tennis Centre. “I always leave it up to the coach. I just go out there and practice... Read More


Media walk-out at Davis Cup launch

12 September 2018

The Barbados Davis Cup team announced that the king of swing Darian King will be turning out for battle this weekend against Ecuador, but that good news suffered a double fault with the local media when a press launch was staged at the Barbados Olympic Association’s... Read More


Bring on Ecuador

12 September 2018

Barbados, boosted by the availability of No. 1 player, Darian King, is looking for their first win against Ecuador at this weekend’s Davis Cup tie at the National Tennis Centre. During Wednesday’s media briefing at the Barbados Olympic Association ahead of the competition... Read More


Patriots stun Tallawahs at the death to grab semi-final spot

12 September 2018

It was another night of extraordinary Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) playoff drama at Providence Stadium as St Kitts and Nevis Patriots sensationally grabbed a semi-final spot with a two-wicket victory over Jamaica Tallawahs with just one ball remaining. Read More


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