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Drogba factor dominates strategy

15 June 2010

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa – The biggest question ahead of the Ivory Coast’s opening World Cup match against Portugal revolves around the fitness of injured striker Didier Drogba. Read More


Italy salvage draw

15 June 2010

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Italy opened the defence of their World Cup title with a labourious 1-1 draw against Paraguay yesterday. Read More

St Mary's, Belmont in netball final

15 June 2010

TWO-TIME champions St Mary’s and Belmont will meet tomorrow at the Wildey Gymnasium to decide the winner of the 2010 Pine Hill Dairy Primary Schools’ Netball Competition. Read More

Outsiders out to prove point

15 June 2010

RUSTENBURG – Slovakia and New Zealand, two World Cup outsiders, are keen to show they won’t be easy prey in South Africa when they meet in their Group F opener today. Read More


Celtics Pierce Kobe's bubble

15 June 2010

BOSTON – Paul Pierce scored 27 points – his best performance of this year’s finals – as the Boston Celtics withstood 38 points from Kobe Bryant to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 92-86 on Sunday and take a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series. Read More

Schools' tourney Thursday

15 June 2010

The Wildey hockey turf will be the venue for the inaugural Barbados Hockey Federation Primary Schools Competition. Read More


Brittons Hill take Super Eight

15 June 2010

IT WAS A STOUT Sunday night for soccer at the National Stadium. Read More

Sonnets cruise to third place

15 June 2010

ST JOHN SONNETS took third place in the Guinness Super Eight Cup with a commanding 4-0 victory over Deacons. Read More


Honda puts dent in Cameroon

15 June 2010

BLOEMFONTEIN – Keisuke Honda scored in the first half yesterday to lead Japan to a 1-0 win over an uninspired Cameroon in Group E. Read More

Buffon optimistic

15 June 2010

CAPE TOWN – Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon says he can recover from a back problem in time for the Azzurri’s next game. Read More


Blatter backs SAfrica fans on blowing vuvuzelas

15 June 2010

Sepp Blatter has defended South African fans' right to blow their vuvuzela horns at World Cup matches despite global criticism from television viewers of the constant blaring noise. Read More

Sorry end to hockey game

15 June 2010

A Sunday of competitive hockey came to an abrupt end when the highlight men’s Premier League match between Wanderers and All Stars ended prematurely with the latter leading 1-0 at the Wildey Astro Turf. Read More


Jamaica again blind cricket champs

15 June 2010

The Jamaica blind cricket team maintained their dominance in the sport by clinching the Philip Herrelle T/20 Trophy with a three-wicket win over Trinidad and Tobago in a nail-biting finish at the 3Ws Oval on Sunday. Read More

Jackson earn semis shot at Lakers

15 June 2010

MVP Peter Alleyne had a game-high 27 points as British American Insurance Jackson set up today’s highly-anticipated semi-final showdown against Lumber Company Lakers by downing DC United 68-57 in the knockout quarter-finals at the Wildey Gymnasium on Sunday. Read More

Clarke regains cycling crown

14 June 2010

SIMON CLARKE is cycling's king again. But not without upheaval.   Read More


Aussies go under

14 June 2010

DURBAN - Germany scored two goals in each half and Tim Cahill was sent off as the three-time champions beat Australia 4-0 yesterday in Group D of the World Cup.   Read More


Slovenia 1-0 up on Algeria

14 June 2010

POLOKWANE - Robert Koren scored a late goal to give Slovenia a 1-0 win over 10-man Algeria and first place in Group C of the World Cup, yesterday.   Read More


Windies   beaten in   first Test

14 June 2010

TOO FAST and too far had West Indies sunk on the third afternoon for them to have realistic hopes of recovery in this first Digicel Test cricket match.   Read More


Gyan penalty   gives Ghana 1-0 win

14 June 2010

PRETORIA - Asamoah Gyan scored an 85th-minute penalty to help Ghana to a 1-0 victory over Serbia yesterday and the first win by an African team in the 2010 World Cup.   Read More

St Catherine reach semis

14 June 2010

BNB ST CATHERINE sealed a berth in the semi-final with a nail-biting three -wicket win over Caribbean Lumber YMPC. Read More

UWI teach schoolboys a lesson

14 June 2010

SAGICOR UWI's students turned teachers yesterday to administer a severe 58-run caning to Guardian General Barbados Youth and easily take a place in the semi-finals. Read More


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