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    September 18

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Silver lining

27 July 2010

TIRED BUT PROUD! The first batch of Barbadian athletes returned home yesterday morning after a sterling performance at the 2010 Caribbean Union of Teachers Games in St Kitts. Read More

Medal hopes fade

27 July 2010

THERE WERE NO medals in yesterday’s competition, and the future hopes took a hit as several more Barbadians were eliminated at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Read More


Wadman wins three

27 July 2010

ALTHOUGH the second day of the Frutee-sponsored ROAR Championships got off to a wet start at the Garfield Sobers Raceway, Chris Wadman posted a well deserved victory in the first race of the 1:8 "Modified" Off Road class. Read More

Windwards take U-19 title

27 July 2010

GROS ISLET – The Windward Islands showered themselves in glory after pulling off an emphatic seven-wicket win over the Leeward Islands Read More

Barbados' women's team named

27 July 2010

FIRE OFFICER Reshelle Griffith is the lone newcomer in the Barbados team for the West Indies Cricket Board's 2010 Women's Tournament in St. Vincent and the Grenadines from August 10 to 19. Read More

Martina wins CAC 100 metres

27 July 2010

MAYAGUEZ – The Netherland Antilles sprint star Churandy Martina successfully defended his Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games 100 metres title when he beat a strong field on Sunday night. Read More

Barbados out of doubles

27 July 2010

BARBADOS narrowly missed out on the medal round in men’s doubles after Trevor Farley and Robert Roberts were beaten at the quarter-final stage as the Central American And Caribbean Table Tennis Championships continued in San German, Puerto Rico, yesterday. Read More


Silver showing

27 July 2010

BARBADOS’ junior athletes finished a commendable second to perennial champions Jamaica at the biennial Caribbean Union of Teachers (CUT) Games in St Kitts on Saturday and Sunday. Read More

Barbados Under-17s still unbeaten

27 July 2010

BARBADOS’ Under-17 footballers have advanced to the second stage of Caribbean qualification for the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Jamaica. Read More


Cush's hat-trick buries CCC

26 July 2010

OFF-SPINNER Lennox Cush took his second hat-trick in regional Twenty20 cricket to set up a four wicket victory for Guyana over Combined Campuses and Colleges.  Read More

T20 scoreboard

26 July 2010

Barbados vs Windwards Read More


Bdos is T20 semis

26 July 2010

THERE WAS NO tie or Tante-Merle finish this time like Friday against the Combined Campuses and Colleges, Read More


Ryan's gold run

26 July 2010

HE HASN’T BEEN at his best all season. That didn’t stop Ryan Brathwaite from being the best in Puerto Rico. Read More


Pollard on fire for T&T

26 July 2010

IT took Kieron Pollard less then half hour on Saturday night to remind West Indian fans why he is among the biggest earners in world cricket. Read More

Barbados adds nine more CUT medals to tally

26 July 2010

NINE MORE medals, including five gold in the late session on Saturday night and early yesterday morning took Barbados tally at the Caribbean Union of Teachers Games to 27 (12-9-6). Read More

Scoreboards and summarised scores

26 July 2010

Combined Campuses and Colleges v Guyana Read More


Jackson tie series

25 July 2010

LAKERS-CAVS PART FOUR? Not just yet. Read More

Suki: Help me conquer world

25 July 2010

FOR TWO DECADES, one of the greatest ever draughts players to grace the world stage, Ronald "Suki" King, has been begging corporate Barbados for assistance. Read More

Reid exacts points for Banks over St Catherine

25 July 2010

LEFT-ARM spinner Winston Reid took three wickets on his return to Division 1 cricket to help Banks secure first innings points over BNB St Catherine yesterday. Read More

Thomas comes good for LIME

25 July 2010

RANDY THOMAS sustained his rich vein of form when he cracked his second century of the LIME Division 1 competition yesterday. Read More

Barbados let Jamaica back into the game

25 July 2010

GROS ISLET, St Lucia – Barbados let their advantage slip as Jamaica hit back strongly, on a competitive opening day of their final round TCL Group West Indies Under-19 Challenge clash yesterday. Read More


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