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    February 26

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Barbados U-20s thrash Puerto Rico 4-0

23 February 2020

The Barbados Under-20 men’s football team all but ensured qualification in the round of 16 of the Concacaf Under-20 Men’s Championship with a 4-0 victory over hosts Puerto Rico on Friday night at the Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium in Bayamon. Read More


Track cycling on way back

21 February 2020

Track cycling is returning to the National Stadium this weekend for the first time in nearly ten years and it could set the stage for a new schools programme. Read More


Tridents school Lakers 

21 February 2020

Barbados Lumber Company Lakers will have to meet the combined Schools Tridents at a different venue to the Barbados Community College if they do not wish to receive more basketball tutorials for the remainder of Cooperators General Insurance BABA season. Read More


Mayoral candidate says London ready to host 2020 Olympics

21 February 2020

TOKYO/LONDON – London would be ready to host the 2020 Olympics if the outbreak of the coronavirus forced the Games to be moved from Tokyo, Shaun Bailey, the Conservative candidate for mayor of the British capital, has said. Read More


Chase ton lifts WI to tour win

21 February 2020

NEGOMBO – Roston Chase struck an imperious hundred as West Indies warmed up for tomorrow’s opening One-Day International with a dominant six-wicket victory over the Sri Lanka Board President’s XI yesterday. Read More


Bajans fight back to beat Bermuda

21 February 2020

Barbados Tridents kicked off their qualifying campaign for the Concacaf Under-20 Championship with a hard-fought 3-2 win over Group D rivals Bermuda at the Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium in Puerto Rico on Wednesday night. Read More


Women out front in Battle of the Sexes

20 February 2020

The stage has been set and the field readied for some of the best displays of polo in the second set of matches in the Battle of the Sexes and Barbados vs The Villages USA tournament at Apes Hill today. Read More


Orange House champs

19 February 2020

ORANGE HOUSE repeated as champions at the Derrick Smith School’s inter-house sports at the school’s Jackmans grounds last Friday. Read More


Joy for St Alban’s, Good Shepherd

19 February 2020

ST ALBAN’S Honey Badgers boys and Jordan’s Supermarket Good Shepherd Jaguars romped to their third straight titles yesterday in the Rubis-sponsored Andrea Blackett Zone of the National Primary Schools’ Athletics Championships at the National Stadium. Read More


Titus eyeing Olympics

19 February 2020

SWIMMING SENSATION Danielle Titus will be hoping to clock an Olympic qualifying time when the national swimming team competes at this weekend’s Union Americana de Natacion (UANA) Swimming Cup in Lima, Peru. Read More


Champions repeat

19 February 2020

THEY SAY wise men come from the east but apparently talented female runners come from that direction also. Read More


Bravo hits ton but WI lose

17 February 2020

COLOMBO – A fluent Darren Bravo hundred was not enough to prevent West Indies from defeat as they went down by two wickets yesterday to a Sri Lanka Cricket XI in the first of two tour matches. Read More


Encore for Bayley’s and West Terrace

17 February 2020

THE GROWLS of the Williams Industries West Terrace female Tigers signalled a second straight triumph while the Bayley’s boys also reigned supreme for the second consecutive time during the NATION-sponsored Patsy Callender Zone of the Fruta National Primary Schools Athletics... Read More


Bayley’s and West Terrace retain Patsy Callender titles

17 February 2020

The Fruta National Primary Schools Athletic Championships (NAPSAC) changed venues today, returning to the National Stadium for the first time in five years, but the winners of the Patsy Callender Zone remained the same. Read More


Pacer does it for Pride

16 February 2020

It was the Keon Harding show again yesterday at Kensington Oval. The slimly-built right-arm fast bowler captured another five-wicket haul to bowl Barbados Pride to an emphatic victory over Trinidad and Tobago Red Force as the fifth series of the West Indies Championship... Read More


Son sinks Villa with late goal

16 February 2020

LONDON – Son Heung-min struck a stoppage-time winner after a dreadful error from Bjorn Engels as Tottenham Hotspur won 3-2 at Aston Villa yesterday to move up to fifth in the English Premier League. Read More


Only one clay tournament for Federer this year

16 February 2020

MUMBAI – Roger Federer will make his only appearance on clay this season at Roland Garros, his agent has told Reuters. Read More


Déjà vu takes Breeders Stakes

16 February 2020

Favourite Deja Vu, with a confident ride by champion jockey Rasheed Hughes, easily won yesterday’s feature Michael Parravicino Memorial Hopeful Breeders Stakes & Trophy over 1 570 metres at the Garrison Savannah. Read More


Barbados Pride scent victory

16 February 2020

An outstanding unbeaten century by Shayne Moseley and a fiery late burst by the Barbados Pride pacers took the home side within sight of victory over the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force by the end of the third day . . . Read More


Champs Inniss do it in style

14 February 2020

Spearheaded by Raheem Taitt-Best, Kalescia Downes and first-former Evydence Bailey, Inniss (Blue), showed the other houses very little love on Valentine’s Day while repeating as champions of Christ Church Foundation Sports yesterday at the National Stadium. Read More


Pride on top

14 February 2020

Solid all-round cricket, partially inspired by a marathon spell by Keon Harding, put Barbados Pride in a commanding position over Trinidad and Tobago Red Force at the end of the second day of the fifth series of the West Indies Championship at Kensington Oval yesterday.... Read More


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