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Teen sweeps golf tourney

13 March 2018

Fifteen-year-old Ciara Cornic is celebrating her biggest accomplishment in local golf to date by winning the Barbados Golf Association’s (BGA) 2018 Trophy Tournament. The junior golfer, a student of the Providence Secondary School, outplayed her senior rivals at... Read More


Juniors join Hockey 5s

13 March 2018

The Wonder Barbados Road Hockey 5s Tournament will now include a junior division. This was revealed by meet director and hockey coach Adrian Nichols. “This year we will have a junior division with players between the ages of 11 and 16 and we plan to make that... Read More


Uganda break Gems

12 March 2018

World No.7 netball team Uganda She Cranes cracked the Bajan Gems 46-26 to take the three-test series 2-1 in a lopsided decider on Sunday night at the Wildey Gymnasium. But poor defence, communication and ball handling in mid-court saw the 11th ranked Gems looking... Read More


‘Nether’ win for Windies

12 March 2018

HARARE – Evin Lewis and Marlon Samuels found form in time for the all-important Super Sixes, stroking half-centuries as West Indies beat the Netherlands by 54 runs under Duckworth/Lewis to end the preliminaries of the ICC World Cup qualifiers unbeaten yesterday. ... Read More


Morris’ 184 puts Passage in finals

12 March 2018

Joshua Morris lit up the Barbados Cricket Supplies Under-13 Cricket Tournament with massive century that guided former champions Fusionz Boutique Passage Juniors into the final on Sunday. In a commanding display, Morris blasted a boundary-studded unbeaten 184 off... Read More


Meagan is best

12 March 2018

Five sets of thrilling court action concluded with Meagan Best emerging the Under-19 female champion during the Sagicor General Junior National Squash Championships at the Barbados Squash Club on Sunday. During the longest match of the day, she pulled out all her... Read More


Wales, BDFSP sound warning

12 March 2018

Reigning champions Neighbourhood Care Pharmacy Weymouth Wales and the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) have thrown down the gauntlet to the rest of the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League with hard-fought wins on the opening day of the new... Read More


Gems sparkle

11 March 2018

The Bajan Gems put on a polished display to win the second netball “Test” against Uganda She Cranes 42-38 in an exciting battle on Saturday night at the Wildey Gymnasium. With both teams playing mean defence in midcourt and in the shooting circles, the Gems gave... Read More


Netball season of possible upsets

11 March 2018

The 2018 netball season rallies off Monday at the Netball Stadium from 6 p.m. with a number of upsets and possible first-time champions very possible as injuries and national duty threaten to affect the traditional powerhouses. Ironically, former queens Pine Hill... Read More


Burke rules Florida waves

11 March 2018

Barbadian Josh Burke was simply brilliant as he won the prestigious World Surf League’s Ron Jon Quiksilver Pro Men’s Qualifying Series 1 000 at Cocoa Beach in Florida, Sunday. The 21-year-old Burke gave a jaw-dropping display of surfing against first-time finalist... Read More


Hope for chance at Carifta

11 March 2018

A number of athletes who didn’t reach the qualifying standards set by the Athletics Association of Barbados (AAB) could still be selected for the CARIFTA Games in The Bahamas at Easter. AAB president Catherine Jordan gave that assurance in an interview with NATION... Read More


Windies suffer series whitewash

11 March 2018

CHRISTCHURCH – West Indies Women cricketers saved their worst performance for the final One-Day International, as they went under by 205 runs to suffer the ignominy of another whitewash on New Zealand soil here yesterday. Asked to chase an improbable target of 311... Read More


Barbados set for IDK World Cup

11 March 2018

Barbados is getting ready to host the 2018 International Karate Daigaku (IKD) World Cup which is set for August 17-19 at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium. This was revealed on Saturday at a media conference held at the Barbados Shotokan Karate Club in Hastings by president... Read More


Cranes knock shine off Gems

10 March 2018

The Bajan Gems dazzled briefly but then lost their shine and the historic opening netball test to Uganda’s She Cranes 48-38 on Friday night at the Wildey Gymnasium. The 11th ranked Gems overcame a stuttering start to lead 13-10 at the end of the first quarter. World... Read More


Powell stars against Ireland

10 March 2018

HARARE – Rovman Powell struck a scintillating maiden One-Day International (ODI) hundred as West Indies disposed of the previously unbeaten Ireland by 52 runs to book their place in the Super Sixes of the ICC World Cup Qualifiers Saturday. Asked to bat first at Harare... Read More


Burke reaches Last 8

10 March 2018

Barbadian Josh Burke has advanced to the quarter-finals of the World Surf League’s (WSL) Ron Jon Quiksilver Pro Men’s QS 1 000 in Florida. But his compatriot Dane Mackie was eliminated in the third round Saturday on his return to Alan Shepard Park after surfing impressively... Read More


New twists to March Safari

10 March 2018

Two driver challenges and a new class structure should keep pairs busy in the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) March Safari Sunday. Set by route-setters Ryan Corbin and Dustin Edwards, who finished third in the Drivers’ And Navigators’ Championship last year, the challenges... Read More


CGF says Gold Coast 2018 to be the most gender equal major multi-sports event in history

10 March 2018

With just four weeks to go until the start of Gold Coast 2018, and to mark International Women’s Day, the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) today announced that the XXI edition of the Commonwealth Games will be the most gender equal in major multi-sport event history.... Read More


Empire kick-off

09 March 2018

The Barbados Football Association (BFA) Premier League season will be kicking off tomorrow, but not at the Wildey AstroTurf as previously scheduled. This is because ongoing refurbishment works on the bleachers, which began last October, are not yet completed. ... Read More


Mighty St Michael

09 March 2018

Plans to dethrone St Michael Cougars could have existed only in the minds of the competition. The Martindales Road school once again came away double crown champions of the Frank Blackman Zone of the Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletics Championships at... Read More


Windies aim to settle score

09 March 2018

HARARE – West Indies believe they have a score to settle when they clash with dangerous Ireland in their third match of the all-important ICC World Cup qualifiers today. At the World Cup three years ago, the Irish stunned the Caribbean side by four wickets in Nelson,... Read More




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