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Brothers lift Pickwick

13 June 2010

KYLE HOPE hit an unbeaten half-century and with his brother Shai, who was not out on 34, shared in an unbroken third-wicket partnership of 91 Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET – Pollard dilemma

13 June 2010

IN A WEEK when the sporting world - indeed, the world, period - had ears and eyes only for the football World Cup, Read More

St Catherine in control

13 June 2010

CAPTAIN KENROY WILLIAMS scored a purposeful 112, inclusive of ten boundaries, in 204 minutes to give St Catherine a commanding lead over newcomers Dover.   Read More


Flying Fish roll away with win

13 June 2010

DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Flying Fish Ballers of Barbados got off to a winning start when the 2010 Segway Polo International Woz Challenge Cup Read More

Carlton on the verge of victory

13 June 2010

TWO SOLID KNOCKS from opener Dale Richards and Kirk Gibson put Carlton on the verge of victory over CGI Maple going into next Saturday's final day.   Read More


SA bowl WI over

13 June 2010

THERE WAS a massive crash at Queen's Park Oval yesterday. The victims - the West Indies batsmen - could have been contacted at: 641-262-910002. Read More

Wanderers battle back

13 June 2010

JOEL LEACOCK stabilised the top while Ian Bradshaw resuscitated the bottom of the batting order as Wanderers batted all day to score 228 for nine in 84 overs against ICBL Empire.   Read More


13 June 2010

SCORES ON THE SECOND DAY of the second round of matches of the Barbados Cricket Association's Intermediate Competition   Read More

Schools/Upper Intermediate

13 June 2010

THE SECOND DAY of the second series of matches in the Goddard Enterprises Limited School Competition:   Read More

Division 2

13 June 2010

SCORES ON THE FIRST DAY of third round matches in the Barbados Cricket Association's Division 2 Competition yesterday   Read More

Division 1 scoreboards

13 June 2010

Scores from Division cricket yesterday.   Read More

Hits and misses at Classic

13 June 2010

SOME ATHLETES shook off the cobwebs but others got horribly entangled in them on Friday, the first night of the all-important Barbados Olympians Classic at the National Stadium.   Read More

Perryman's time to shine

13 June 2010

JASON PERRYMAN knows he won't be favoured in his national road race title defence.   Read More


England, USA share points

13 June 2010

RUSTENBURG - The United States held England to a 1-1 draw in their World Cup opener yesterday, with a stunning blunder by England goalkeeper Robert Green Read More

UWI take strong position over YMPC

13 June 2010

A SIX-WICKET haul by Ryan Austin and contrasting half centuries by openers Miles Bascombe (61) and Romel Currency (52) have given Sagicor UWI Read More

Top players for Davis Cup

12 June 2010

BARBADOS' TOP TENNIS PLAYERS will be available for Davis Cup duty.   Read More

Ball designer pleased as punch

12 June 2010

JOHANNESBURG - Hans-Peter Nuernberg quietly studied yesterday's opening match between South Africa and Mexico, his eyes tracking the way the ball bounced, swerved, and performed in headers, free kicks and saves. Despite all the criticism and uproar surrounding the so-called... Read More

West Terrace, St Stephen's in BICO final

12 June 2010

by JUSTIN MARVILLE   ST GABRIEL'S REIGN has come to an end. The same can't be said of primary school football's most riveting rivalry. The latest instalment of the BICO Zone 2 war is set to take junior soccer's biggest stage, as ardent adversaries West Terrace and St... Read More

Benn strikes five

12 June 2010

by GARTH WATTLEY   A HARD SECOND day's play for both sides in the first Digicel Test cricket match ended with Mark Boucher's dismissal that concluded the South Africa innings at 352. Dwayne Bravo claimed him via a running catch on the long-off boundary by Nelon Pascal.... Read More

France,  Uruguay   fizzle

12 June 2010

CAPE TOWN - A match between former World Cup champions produced an opening day dud, with France and Uruguay playing out a 0-0 draw yesterday. France winger Franck Ribery and Uruguay striker Diego Forlan showed flashes of their potential, but the fear of losing the... Read More

Bahamas sprinter   gets Jones'  gold medal

12 June 2010

NASSAU - Sprinter Pauline Davis-Thompson has finally received Olympic gold a decade after coming second to the disgraced American Marion Jones at the Sydney Games. Pauline Davis-Thompson was beaten by Jones in the 200 metres at the 2000 Olympics but Jones was stripped... Read More


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