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    October 18

  • 10:56 AM


Butt out

30 September 2010

Embattled Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt has issued an apology for the comments he made during the one-day series between England and Pakistan when he claimed the hosts' players had taken "enormous amounts of money" to lose the third ODI at The Oval. Read More

WICB wants answers from players refusing contracts

30 September 2010

THE West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) wants to know why three of the region’s most high-profile players have refused one-year central, retainer contracts. Read More

Bajan officials take centre stage

30 September 2010

TORONTO – Three barbadian football officials took centre stage when the CONCACAF Champions League continued at the BMO Field in Toronto on Tuesday night. Read More

Munroe ready for big tour

30 September 2010

Subrina Munroe is the new kid on the block in the West Indies Women’s team preparing to tour South Africa next month. After eight years of trying, the strongly-built pacer from New Amsterdam in Guyana, has finally earned a place on the West Indies team. Read More

De Farm, BDF in beach final

30 September 2010

BRANDONS BEACH was on fire last weekend as both semi-finals of the Banks B3 beach soccer tournament went down to the wire. Read More


20 teens afer fitness crown

30 September 2010

Twenty teen girls from various secondary schools will be flexing on October 24 to prove who is the fittest of them all. Read More

Shake-up for schools b-ball

30 September 2010

NEW CHANGES or a return to tradition? The National Sports Council [NSC] is actually banking on both to revive schools’ basketball. Read More


Talma making new waves

30 September 2010

Brian Talma who has become a worldwide brand in many sporting events involving the sea, has launched into new waters, having recently been the poster boy for the Stand Up Paddling World Cup in Hamburg Germany. Read More

Success for Bajan men in chess tourney

30 September 2010

Khanty-Mansiysk – Barbados had a fabulous day at the 39th World Chess Olympiad yesterday in Russia, when their men’s team defeated Japan two-and-a-half to one-and-a-half, and the women chalked up their first 4-0 rubber over the Netherlands Antilles. Read More


Windies women in 57-run victory

30 September 2010

West Indies Women’s team continued their preparation for the upcoming tour of South Africa with a comprehensive 57-run win over the Banks CC Invitational XI yesterday. Read More

Games chief hanging tough

30 September 2010

NEW DELHI  – Suresh Kalmadi brought the Commonwealth Games to the world’s largest democracy and ran the organising committee, so he has been the chief recipient of scorn from a public upset about India’s tarnished image. Read More


Indian govt beefs up security

29 September 2010

NEW DELHI – Indian authorities have deployed nearly 100 000 police officers in the streets of New Delhi, put fighter jets on standby and even brought in langur monkeys to help protect the largest international sporting event ever held here. Read More


Two win in style

29 September 2010

Chargers’ men and Deacons’ women looked the best teams on show uniform-wise and playing-wise when the second series of the Cooperators General Insurance senior volleyball knockouts were staged at the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex on Monday night. Read More


Forde: We will come good

29 September 2010

IN SPITE OF a demoralising double defeat to Dominica, Barbados’ football captain Norman Forde is optimistic of a good showing in their first-round Digicel Caribbean Cup group qualifier which kicks off in St Vincent next week. Read More

Seniors seek 90 medals

29 September 2010

Perennial successful performers at the Huntsman World Senior Games Barbados head off to Utah tomorrow with the goal of surpassing their record haul of 83 medals in 2009. Read More


Get on track!

29 September 2010

It’s time to get off the complaining bandwagon, and think about hopping on to the medal podium, says Barbados’ chef de mission for the upcoming Commonwealth Games. Read More


CSOS on the cusp

29 September 2010

JAMMIN’ Combermere School Old Scholars (CSOS) seem set for their second straight Women’s Premier Hockey League crown after clinching a 2-0 win over title rivals Empire at the Hockey Centre last Sunday night. Read More

Taylor ready for ICC Challenge

29 September 2010

WEST INDIES all-rounder Stafanie Taylor is totally "mentally and physically" ready for the upcoming International Cricket Council’s Women’s Challenge Tournament in South Africa. Read More

Three cheers for Fugen riders

29 September 2010

CYCLING’S NEW BIG BOYS? Check the men from Fugen. Read More

Clarke: Put country first

29 September 2010

PUT COUNTRY before playing in the Indian Premier League and Champions League.   Read More

Barbados men take out Surinam at Olympiad

29 September 2010

Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia – Wins for Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago against Surinam and Papua New Guina in the men’s section, and Jamaica against Yemen in the women’s, signalled an improved performance for the English-speaking Caribbean in Round 7 action at the 39th... Read More


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