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King moves a step closer to Australian Open main draw

10 January 2019

The Bajan King is now one win away from featuring in his second grand slam tournament. Read More


Brooks invited to training

09 January 2019

Barbados Pride captain Shamarh Brooks has been invited to a training camp to prepare for the forthcoming opening Test against England at Kensington Oval. Cricket West Indies has not made an official announcement on the squad but investigations by NATIONSPORT on Wednesday... Read More


Aussie Open chance for Darian

09 January 2019

Barbados’ top tennis player Darian King is two wins away from once again breaking into the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, King defeated a previous finalist Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 to advance to the second... Read More


Bravo’s return boosts Red Force, as Jaguars eye fourth win

09 January 2019

ST JOHN’S – Darren Bravo looks set to return to the West Indies Championship scene for the first time in three years when only two of the matches in the fourth round are contested, starting tomorrow. Read More


Windies Women Squad off to camp ahead of Pakistan series

09 January 2019

ST JOHN’S – Cricket West Indies (CWI) Selection Panel named a strong and experienced Windies Women’s squad for a two-week training camp in Antigua. They are preparing for the upcoming series against Pakistan and will start net sessions from today at the Coolidge Cricket... Read More


Game taking off in St Vincent

08 January 2019

ROAD TENNIS is becoming popular in St Vincent and the Grenadines.And according to chief executive officer of the Professional Road Tennis Association, Dale Clarke, this success follows a three-year programme Read More


Ramdin slams batting

08 January 2019

PORT OF SPAIN – Captain Denesh Ramdin has branded his side’s batting in both innings as “unacceptable” after Trinidad and Tobago Red Force crashed to a 245-run defeat to Leeward Islands Hurricanes on Monday. Read More


Second Straight for St Andrew Lions

07 January 2019

ZONE 2 bottom club Scotty’s Car Rentals St Andrew Lions claimed their second win on the spin with a 3-1 defeat of Claytons Kola Tonic Notre Dame when the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League resumed after its Christmas break on Sunday night at the Wildey Turf.... Read More


Pride takes a fall

07 January 2019

BARBADOS PRIDE’S first-class cricketers were hurt and humbled by one of their sons of the soil at Kensington Oval yesterday. Read More


King falls short in Orlando final

06 January 2019

BETTER LUCK next time. That next ATP Challenger title continues to elude Darian King, as Barbados’ best ever tennis player missed out on winning yet another piece of silverware by losing yesterday’s final of the Orlando Open. Read More


Pride fall behind

06 January 2019

IN THIS era of regional first-class cricket, a score of 360 would be regarded as substantial and satisfactory. Read More


‘High cost’ of hiring Pybus

05 January 2019

ST JOHN’S – There is major concern that “significant high cost” could result from the appointment of Englishman Richard Pybus as interim head coach of the West Indies men’s team. In arguing his case against the appointment, Leeward Islands Cricket Board president,... Read More


St Michael best on target

05 January 2019

Students of The St Michael School captured the lion’s share of the top prizes in the N&T Beginners Archery Classic. The Martindales Road, St Michael school took the top three places in the in the Boys’ 18 metre shot for the more advanced competitors and also produced... Read More


Jaguars dim Pride’s stars

04 January 2019

Barbados Pride’s batch of big-name players gave a below-par bowling display as left-handed opener Chandrapaul Hemraj led a Guyana Jaguars’ ball-beating blitz with a maiden first-class centuryat Kensington Oval on Friday. Read More


Collis’ fingers crossed

04 January 2019

Collis King is confident that the visa issue that has left him separated from his British wife, Beverly, could be resolved by March. That’s because Beverly is appearing before a British tribunal in Birmingham on February 15 that could pave the way for a smooth outcome.... Read More


Gone with the roof

03 January 2019

People are literally raising the roof for sports. Apparently the National Stadium is going topless this year, as workmen are currently lifting the galvanised sheet covering off of four of the stands heading into the start the athletics season. Read More


Full-strength Pride upbeat

03 January 2019

Buoyant with a full strength Barbados Pride team for the first time this season, coach Emmerson Trotman is confident but not complacent about today’s regional first-class clash with champions and front-runners Guyana Jaguars at Kensington Oval. Read More


Lewis slams Pybus appointment, says due process not followed

03 January 2019

ST JOHN’S – Leeward Islands Cricket Board president, Enoch Lewis, has called for Richard Pybus’ appointment as interim West Indies men’s coach to be rescinded, after accusing Cricket West Indies president, Dave Cameron, of “hand-picking” the Englishman and ignoring... Read More


Manchester City ends Liverpool unbeaten run with 2-1 victory

03 January 2019

Manchester City closed the gap on Premier League leaders Liverpool to four points as Leroy Sane's winner ended the Reds' unbeaten start to the season at Etihad Stadium. Read More


NSC Awards are back on

02 January 2019

THE SHOW is back on again! It seems like there will be a National Sports Awards ceremony after all, as reports have surfaced that the National Sports Council (NSC) is currently in the process of planning a scaled down event for February 23 at the Wildey Gymnasium.... Read More


BFA’s New Year plan begins with a triangular tournament involving Serbia

02 January 2019

The Barbados Football Association’s New Year’s resolution to enhance the standard of the island’s game will kick off with a triangular cup involving world 29th ranked Serbia and St. Kitts/Nevis. Read More


There have been more than 10 reported shootings during the first month of the year. Do you think these violent incidents are affecting the society?

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