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    April 26

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Club gets a hand

21 April 2018

Parish Land will be kicking with greater energy in the Barbados Football Association’s Division 1 competition after getting a boost from Barbados Labour Party candidate Wilfred Abrahams. Official coordinator of the club’s activities, Amoy Gilding-Bourne, and a number... Read More


Yogi to bring back boxing

21 April 2018

One of Barbados’ best is leading boxing’s big comeback. One-time Olympic pugilist Edward “Yogi Bear” Neblett is making his return to the ring as a promoter again for a four-bout card in June at the Wildey Gymnasium featuring Shawn Terry Cox. Read More


Lakers lose 3rd straight

20 April 2018

Now everyone is treating the champs like chumps. Lumber Company Lakers are really struggling, having dropped their latest contest via Thursday’s 75-57 blowout loss to rivals Station Hill Cavaliers in the Co-operators General Insurance Basketball Premier League at the... Read More


Fidel grabs four for Hampshire

20 April 2018

LONDON – Former West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards continued his impressive start to the county season for Hampshire, grabbing four wickets to hurt Surrey on the opening day of their County Championship contest yesterday. Opting to bat first at the Oval, Surrey... Read More


Sir Viv backs reform push intervention

20 April 2018

ST JOHN’S – Legendary former Test captain Sir Vivian Richards has thrown his weight behind CARICOM’s efforts at governance reform in West Indies cricket. The Antiguan, who never lost a Test series as skipper, said he believed the regional nation grouping’s intentions... Read More


Holder gives students advice

20 April 2018

A West Indies cricket giant graced the hallowed halls of Christ Church Foundation School once again and it was not former student the legendary 6-foot 8-inch Joel “Big Bird” Garner. Current captain Jason Holder made a surprise visit to the Church Hill institution... Read More


Corbin, Edwards in close MudDogs win

20 April 2018

Ryan Corbin and Dustin Edwards got home by a mere four points to win the recently held Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) MudDogs Chefette April Safari. In fact, it was the narrowest margin of victory for the past five years as the pair, driving the Corbin’s Catering Services/Mahogany... Read More


Hot action over weekend

19 April 2018

The fireworks are expected to fly this weekend at the Wildey AstroTurf as teams cross the board in the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League for the out-of-zone fixtures. With the first leg of the round robin completed and five games played across the board,... Read More


Springer seniors champ

19 April 2018

Courtney Springer and Cheryl Howard-Bartlett emerged as champions when the finals of the Senior Games Table Tennis Tournament, organised by the Ministry of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development, came off at the Barbados Table Tennis Centre,... Read More


Women’s cricket ‘not equal’ to men’s

19 April 2018

Though women’s cricket in the West Indies has come a long way, more needs to be done to ensure it is seen equal to the men’s game. So said librarian Margaret Broomes during the Barbados Museum & Historical Society’s lecture entitled Women’s Cricket In The Caribbean... Read More


Team off to Penn Relays

19 April 2018

CARIFTA Games bronze medallist Sarah Belle is among a 17-member team chosen by the champion Christ Church Foundation School for next week’s Penn Relays, the oldest and largest track and field competition in the United States. Belle, who secured bronze in the Under-17... Read More


Lynch backs team

19 April 2018

The criticism of the winless Barbados track and field team at the 21st Commonwealth Games in Australia is unjust and unfounded. That’s the view of Amateur Athletic Association (AAB) vice-president Noel Lynch. Lynch, a former national sprinter, said the team did... Read More


Omission spurred Forde

18 April 2018

Four decades ago, Elvis Forde was controversially not selected on the Barbados team for the CARIFTA Games in the Bahamas despite being one of the leading quarter-milers in the country. Forty years later, the two-time Olympian and Barbados’ long-standing 400 metres... Read More


Empire hit Deacons for six

18 April 2018

A fantastic beaver-trick from Peter Alleyne led a weakened Massy United Insurance Empire side to a convincing 6-0 thrashing of Deacons, who were also missing some key players in the third round of the Barbados Hockey Federation’s Men’s League on Saturday at the Hockey... Read More


Cougars roar in South Carolina

18 April 2018

Nine athletes from secondary school boys champions The St Michael School, including CARIFTA gold medallist Jonathan Miller, have been offered full track scholarships to American universities. The scholarship opportunities were proffered after the 14-member team,... Read More


Tuach through to quarters

18 April 2018

Barbados’ highest rated international surfer Chelsea Tuach continued her impressive form in her Round of 16 heat at the Krui Pro in Indonesia on Tuesday. Tuach, the event’s No. 1 seed, only caught two waves in her 35-minute heat, but her surfing was sharp and powerful... Read More


Pine end Warriors winning streak

18 April 2018

Hilton Barbados Warriors are rolling no more. National forwards Charles Vanderpool and Junior Moore combined for 44 points and 43 rebounds, as KFC Orange 3 Pinelands ended Warriors’ recent run via Tuesday’s 82-76 victory in the Co-operators General Insurance Basketball... Read More


Bajan shooters shine in Grenada

18 April 2018

Bajan shooters dominated the individual honours in the recently concluded Grenada Guns and Rifle Association’s Handgun Championship. Led by regional director Kevin “Enforcer” Grant and IPSC coordinator Richard “Cordite Kid” Durant, a five-member team participated... Read More


From player to umpire

18 April 2018

Former goal shooter Laurel Browne is making strides towards becoming an international umpire, but she is still keen on donning the blue and gold to represent her country as a player once again. The six feet, two inches Browne, who made her international debut as... Read More


Roach leaving for England stint

18 April 2018

Yet another young, promising Barbados cricketer is getting an opportunity to develop his skills in Britain. Combermere’s all-rounder Romario Roach, a member of the Barbados’ team which won the West Indies Under-15 Championship on home soil and in Jamaica over the... Read More


Cheers to youth champs

17 April 2018

Cosmos and Pinelands are the new Under-15 champions, while it was double delight for Fitts Village West Coast when the Barbados Football Association’s Scotiabank National Youth Cup climaxed at the Wildey AstroTurf last Saturday. The St Peter-based Cosmos captured... Read More




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