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    November 15

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Pride ‘should have done better’

24 October 2018

Barbadian cricket fans have every right to be hurting after the team’s poor showing in the Regional Super50 Cup but coach Emmerson Trotman has promised that the team will bounce back. Trotman told NATIONSPORT that brittle batting and poor catching were at the heart... Read More


Lions ready to roar

23 October 2018

St Andrew Lions are looking to emit a roar in their first season in the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League that will be heard as far away as football-crazy Brazil. Read More


Holder wants 300-plus scores

23 October 2018

VISAKHAPATNAM – After watching India’s batting juggernaut make a mockery of a 300-plus target in Guwahati last Sunday, West Indies captain Jason Holder has urged his side to improve on that effort in order to challenge India in the second One-Day International here... Read More


Great knock – while it lasted

22 October 2018

GUWAHATI – West Indies captain Jason Holder has hailed the brilliance of century-maker Shimron Hetmyer but says he hopes the Guyanese left-hander can bat deeper into the innings in the future. The 21-year-old smashed a scintillating 106 to propel West Indies to a... Read More


FIFA link in place

22 October 2018

Football’s member associations across the region will now join the rest of the world in having their registration process fully automated. This is because FIFA Connect was officially launched in the Caribbean on Monday, during a workshopat The Courtyard By Marriott,... Read More


You can't win them all, says patient Hamilton

22 October 2018

AUSTIN, Texas − Lewis Hamilton shrugged off having his Formula One title celebrations put on hold on Sunday and said it did not matter when or where he won his fifth championship as long as it came in the end. The Briton would have wrapped up matters at the US Grand... Read More


Hetmyer ton in vain

21 October 2018

GUWAHATI, India – Left-hander Shimron Hetmyer struck a dashing hundred, but Rohit Sharma and captain Virat Kohli answered with high-quality centuries of their own, as India hardly broke a sweat in chasing down a competitive 300-plus total to easily win the opening One-Day... Read More


Burke buoyant at Bathsheba

21 October 2018

The fast-rising Josh Burke underlined his class with an impressive performance over the weekend at the 35th annual National Surf Competition in Bathsheba, St Joseph, on Saturday. And as much as the intermittent rains threatened, the famous Soup Bowl steamed hot with... Read More


Odds against Windies in One-Dayers

20 October 2018

GUWAHATI – All odds appeared stacked against West Indies as they look to redeem themselves from a wretched outing in the just-concluded Tests, when they face powerhouses India in the opening One-Day International of the five-match series here on Sunday (4 a.m. Eastern... Read More


BFA’s Premier season starts

20 October 2018

Only two months after last season’s climax, the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League is ready to get rolling on Sunday with three enticing fixtures to kick off 2018-19. Read More


Barbados Pride defeat Jamaica Scorpions

20 October 2018

Barbados Pride defeated the Jamaica Scorpions by 39 runs in their Regional Super 50 Cup second round cricket match at Kensington Oval Saturday night to finish their Group B exchanges on 19 points. It was their final match of the tournament as they failed to qualify... Read More


Let’s go, girls!  

20 October 2018

Track and field coach Bryan Holder says more females should be representing Barbados on the international stage. Read More


Abbas drives Pakistan to series victory

20 October 2018

Abu Dhabi – Seamer Mohammad Abbas tore through the Australian batting order, claiming his second five-wicket haul of the match as Pakistan sealed a 373-run victory in the second and final Test on Friday in Abu Dhabi. Read More


TKO by lack of funding

20 October 2018

Kimberly Gittens has a Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games boxing medal but her hopes of further glory have been dashed as she will be forced to miss next month’s World Championships. Read More


It takes two

18 October 2018

The fight against drugs may not be voluntary much longer. The National Anti-Doping Commission (NADC) needs staff, having approached Government to hire at least two full-time paid employees to meet the tenets of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) new corrective action... Read More


Sport off track?

18 October 2018

It’s time to go back to the drawing board. This is the view of president of the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) Sandra Osborne. In fact, she believes serious examination must take place in order to improve the performances of Barbadian athletes on the international... Read More


Skeete and Mayers bow out

17 October 2018

Two of the biggest names in local motorsport, Roger “The Sheriff” Skeete and Roger “Hit Hotness” Mayers, are sitting out the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) Flow Winter Sprint double-header event on October 28. Read More


North Stars ‘safe as ever’

17 October 2018

North Stars Cricket Club is getting a bad rap. So says president Vernon Wilkinson after recent media reports wrongfully pinned last month’s shooting in Harrisons, St Lucy, at the actual cricket grounds. Read More


Smith gives back to Eden Lodge

17 October 2018

Dwayne Smith certainly scored big with the kids today. The former Barbados and West Indies cricketer hasn't forgotten where he's come from, having gone back to Eden Lodge to donate some much-welcomed cricket gear to the primary school powerhouses. Read More


Primary schools shift North Stars

16 October 2018

President of the Barbados Cricket Association, Conde Riley, may not have given up on the North Stars Cricket Ground in St Lucy, but officials of the Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary School’s Cricket Competition have. Read More


Easy win for Pride

16 October 2018

Dominic Drakes’ new ball burst and Shayne Moseley’s blazing half-century propelled Barbados to an emphatic four-wicket victory over USA Cricket in the latest round of the Cricket West Indies Regional Super50 Cup on Tuesday at the Three Ws Oval. Read More


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