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Windies eyeing victory against Sri Lanka

08 June 2018

Ninth ranked West Indies are on course to win the opening Test after their fast bowlers knocked off Sri Lanka for a paltry 185 on a day of command for the home team at Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago Friday. Jason Holder refused to enforce the follow-on... Read More


Hope for win in Belize

08 June 2018

Technical director of the Barbados Football Association (BFA) Ahmed Mohamed is standing by the performance of his team after their latest international assignment. Taking on Belize at home this past weekend in the first of two friendlies, Barbados shared the honours... Read More


Jalon set for Woodbine debut

08 June 2018

Barbadian jockey Jalon Samuel will be making his Woodbine debut in the Plate Trial stakes this coming Saturday. Samuel, who moved his tack from Barbados to Canada earlier this year will be aboard Boyhood Dream, a three-year-old colt owned by Ken and Sarah Ramsey... Read More


Game plan 2022

07 June 2018

How many more? Apparently four years if John King has his way. The new Minister of Sports believes Barbados will finally have a brand new National Stadium by 2022 considering that Government has already received multiple outside offers to rebuild the condemned... Read More


WI tail up with ton, quick wickets

07 June 2018

PORT OF SPAIN – West Indies rattled Sri Lanka with three quick wickets in a dramatic final hour to take firm control of the opening Test after Shane Dowrich’s second Test hundred had earlier given them the advantage on a rain-hit second day of the contest at Queen’s... Read More


UWI in last four of T20

07 June 2018

Sagicor UWI, all confidence and aggression, marched into the last four of the Sagicor General Twenty20 cricket competition with an emphatic 45-run victory over the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) at the 3Ws Oval, Wednesday night. This was a big team... Read More


Small, quick line-up

07 June 2018

THE TEAM aren’t finalised yet but Nigel Lloyd already has a good idea what they will look like. Small and fast. Barbados’ men’s basketball head coach said he plans to emphasise his players’ speed and athleticism during this weekend’s three-game series with Guyana... Read More


Jones survives Gill challenge

07 June 2018

NO. 3 seed Curtis Jones had to dig extra deep to avert an upset at the hands of former national volleyballer Gregory “Coach” Gill when the St James Open Road Tennis Championship reached the quarterfinals stage on Tuesday night in Haynesville. Jones had to call on... Read More


Empire take lead

05 June 2018

MASSY United Insurance Empire moved to the top of the Division 1 standings after winning the latest clash in their long-standing battle for women’s hockey supremacy with arch-rivals Maple on Saturday. In a keenly contested match at the Wildey Hockey Centre, Empire... Read More


Windies pushing to keep out Sri Lanka

05 June 2018

PORT OF SPAIN – West Indies begin their quest to keep their strong home record against Sri Lanka intact, when they face the unpredictable Asian side in the opening Test of the three-match series here today. In three previous tours of the Caribbean, Sri Lanka are... Read More


Move afoot to fast-track Archer

05 June 2018

LONDON – English cricket authorities are considering fast-tracking Barbadian Jofra Archer’s England qualification, in order to have the high-rated all-rounder available for next year’s World Cup. Under current rules, the 23-year-old has to wait out a seven-year period... Read More


Villa wash away Rangers

05 June 2018

BARBADOS’ most capped netballer Latonia Blackman showed her tremendous versatility in leading Guardian Group Pride of Villa to the Division 1 playoffs by destroying former queens CO Williams Rangers 53-17 on Monday night at the Netball Stadium. After knocking down... Read More


St Catherine beat rain, YMPC

05 June 2018

THE frequent showers may have dampened the ground and marred the match but didn’t rain completely on Crane Resort St Catherine parade and their march into the Sagicor General Twenty20 cricket semi-finals. In a rain-spoilt third quarter-final, St Catherine eventually... Read More


Sandals Resorts principal sponsor of the Windies

05 June 2018

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) is delighted to announce that Sandals Resorts, the iconic Caribbean brand and global leader in the luxury travel industry, has agreed a long-term contract to become the new principal partner and team sponsor of the WINDIES,... Read More


15-year penalty

05 June 2018

The footballer who threw stones and a beer bottle during a domestic match at the Wildey Turf nine days ago has been slapped with a 15-year ban by the Barbados Football Association (BFA). University of the West Indies (UWI) Blackbirds striker Corey “Santa” Barrow... Read More


Barbados secure shooting victory

05 June 2018

Team Barbados kept their eyes on the target to become victorious in the West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council’s short range competition despite their pre-competition challenges. Just a few weeks ago, Barbados pulled off a historic win on home soil, which was well... Read More


Rally Club taking fresh guard

05 June 2018

A series of accidents over the Sol Rally Barbados weekend prompted the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) to reshuffle their approach to dealing with such occurrences. This was communicated during a statement from the BRC during the prize-giving ceremony at the Boatyard yesterday.... Read More


 Goal-shy Barbados

05 June 2018

Sometimes settling for a draw in a sporting spectacle against weaker opponents seems like a defeat. When possible victory is compromised by not clinically converting goal-scoring chances, that feeling intensifies. Perhaps oblivious to the adage that goals win... Read More


Panton does the trick

03 June 2018

FOUR PEAT. Jamaican master driver Jeff Panton became the first man to achieve a beaver-trick at the coveted Sol Rally Barbados, but the 29th running of the event was marred by an accident which has left Russell Brancker with severe spinal damage and co-driver Daryl... Read More


Walcott holds on for victory

03 June 2018

EDMONTON – Champion jockey Rico Walcott staved off a late challenge from outsider Star Czar to win the feature CAN$56 000 Western Canada Handicap aboard hot favourite Shimshine at Northlands Park on Saturday. The six-furlong contest in Race 3 seemed all but over... Read More


Milton Lynch ‘A’ keep title

03 June 2018

MILTON LYNCH “A” withstood the challenge of People’s Cathedral “A” to retain the Barbados Chess Federation’s Primary Inter-School Championship by the narrowest of margins. In an enthralling battle over the final three rounds of games, Milton Lynch “A” emerged winners... Read More




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