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Arsenal 4-2 Tottenham Hotspur

02 December 2018

Arsenal produced a relentless attacking performance to overpower Tottenham and deservedly win a pulsating north London derby at Emirates Stadium. Read More


Windies back against the wall

01 December 2018

DHAKA – Beleaguered West Indies were left needing a miracle to avoid an historic series defeat after yet again failing to survive a trial by spin, as Bangladesh took a stranglehold on the second and final Test after completely dominating the second day on Saturday.... Read More


Forde stops strong US challenge

01 December 2018

The United States made their presence felt at this year’s Phillips And Springer Classic by winning about half of the divisions during the third annual Barbados Independence Invitational Games. Competing at Foundation’s school hall on Friday night, seven Americans... Read More


Horseracing honoured

30 November 2018

The sport of kings got itself another knight on a very special Independence Day. Local horseracing was in the winner’s circle yesterday after four of its stalwarts made the Independence Honours list headed by new knight Sir Kenneth Hewitt. Read More


 Shadman, Shakib keep Windies at bay

30 November 2018

DHAKA – Opener Shadman Islam struck a half-century on debut while captain Shakib-al-Hasan notched his 24th, but West Indies shared honours on day one of the second and final cricket Test at the Shere Bangla National Stadium here yesterday. Read More


BiiG up the federations!

29 November 2018

National sporting federations are showing great improvement in the area of administration as a result of their participation in the Barbados Independence Invitational (BiiG) Games. Read More


Progressive poised for title

29 November 2018

Former kings Barbados Bearings/W Gittens Landscaping Progressive put one hand on the Goddard Enterprises Limited Division 1 league cup with a four sets dismissal of Chargers when the action continued on Wednesday night at the Wildey Gymnasium. Read More


Netball’s loss

28 November 2018

Sports are taking the back seat again at another of their major facilities. The Bajan Gems were unable to dodge what may be considered a major setback on their road to the 2019 Netball World Cup in Liverpool after being forced to cancel a four-team Test series due... Read More


Champs Bayley’s in final again

28 November 2018

Two-time defending champions Bayley’s are now one victory away from an unprecedented hat-trick of titles in the Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition. The perennial finalists were given a slight scare before defeating a spirited Eden... Read More


Reid-Stephen, Skeete steal show

28 November 2018

Junior national midfielders Niall Reid-Stephen and Nathan Skeete starred as defending champions St Leonard’s Boys and Combermere advanced to next week’s final of the Barbados Secondary School’s Under-19 Knockout Football Competition. Read More


 Milton Lynch forced to forfeit

28 November 2018

MILTON LYNCH’S plan to file for a court injunction against defending Herman Griffith Primary Schools’ cricket champions Bayley’s Primary has been hit for six. Read More


Progressive keeping the fire burning

28 November 2018

WITH THE impasse between the Barbados Volleyball Association and five Division 1 men’s teams over, the squads returned to the courts on Monday night to battle in the second round of the Goddard Enterprises Limited league. Read More


Rowe’s kick saves Dames

26 November 2018

Daniel Rowe produced a stunning free kick in the 90th minute to snatch a 2-2 draw for Notre Dame against Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) when the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League continued on Sunday night at the Wildey Turf. Read More


England, here come WI Women

26 November 2018

ST JOHN’S – West Indies will look to build on their exploits during the recent ICC Women’s Twenty20 World Cup when they tour England next year for a six-match limited overs series at several major country venues. Read More


SJPI take first of three finals against Combermere

25 November 2018

ONE DOWN. Two to go. Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology have gone one up in their new rivalry, having beaten Combermere 21-15 to capture the Barbados Independence Invitational Games Under-19 Schools 3x3 basketball tournament on Saturday night at the Barbados... Read More


T20 a success

25 November 2018

THE Women’s World T20 has been hailed as a success and a top official of cricket’s governing body has heaped praise on Cricket West Indies (CWI) for putting on a fantastic tournament. Read More


Deacons not on boycott wagon

24 November 2018

Count Deacons out of the protest. Head coach Andrew Culpepper said his team is not on board with the near league-wide boycott of the Goddard Enterprises Limited Division One Volleyball Men’s League, as the club doesn’t even understand what the grievances are. Read More


Fighting on

24 November 2018

The Women’s World Boxing Championships in Delhi was an eye-opener for top female Barbadian boxer Kimberly Gittens. Gittens improved her ranking by six places for but for her it was more that the competitive exchanges. Read More


Spinners lead WI fightback

23 November 2018

CHITTAGONG – Left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican and off-spinner Roston Chase took two wickets apiece to lead a West Indies fightback against Bangladesh at the end of day two in the first cricket Test here on Friday at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. Read More


Coe to seek Stadium help

23 November 2018

Athletics’ governing body is about to start a race for financial assistance to help Barbados get its National Stadium back on track. Speaking at the opening of the Athletics Association of Barbados’ (AAB) new headquarters at Harbour Road, St Michael on Thursday night,... Read More


Volleyball may be stalled

23 November 2018

Perennial powerhouses Chargers appear to be at loggerheads with the Barbados Volleyball Association (BVA) and could face possible suspension and fines following a near league-wide boycott of Goddard Enterprises Limited Division One men’s matches. Read More


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