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    September 22

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Lashley: Politics in cricket

19 September 2019

Fired white ball captains Jason Holder and Carlos Brathwaite are victims of political insularity. Read More


Warriors run through Tallawahs

19 September 2019

KINGSTON – Red-hot Guyana Amazon Warriors extended their unbeaten start to the Caribbean Premier League season while inflicting yet another blow to Jamaica Tallawahs’ playoff hopes, with a commanding 81-run victory on Wednesday night. Read More


Swimmers salute Bellamy

18 September 2019

Veteran distance swimmer Chris Gibbs has hailed South African ultra-endurance swimmer Cameron Bellamy on his completion of the longest channel swim, from Barbados to St Lucia. Read More


Patriots take down unbeaten Knight Riders

18 September 2019

BASSETERRE – Captain Carlos Brathwaite emerged from a slump to slam a half-century, before dominating the decisive “super-over” with bat and ball, to power St Kitts and Nevis Patriots to a dramatic victory over two-time reigning champions Trinbago Knight Riders here... Read More


Aussie women crush Windies

17 September 2019

AUSTRALIA WOMEN overpowered their West Indian counterparts on Monday night to register an overwhelming win by nine wickets and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match T20 International series. Read More


Maloney captures Rookie Cup

17 September 2019

A SECOND-PLACE finish last weekend was enough to give the Rookie Cup to Zane Maloney. Read More


Milan thrash Wotton

16 September 2019

Former glamour team Youth Milan rolled back the years as Wotton suffered a harsh reintroduction to life in the upper echelons of Barbadian football. Youth Milan handed Wotton a morale-zapping 4-1 defeat on Sunday’s opening night of the inaugural Capelli Super Cup at... Read More


Jordan, Lewis do it for Patriots

16 September 2019

BASSETERRE – Debutant Barbadian fast bowler Akeem Jordan made an instant impact, while opener Evin Lewis struck a second half-century as St Kitts and Nevis Patriots recovered from losing two games on the trot to beat St Lucia Zouks by six wickets here Sunday night.... Read More


Thrown for a loop

15 September 2019

BARBADOS TRIDENTS were put in a spin yesterday. Playing on the ground that produced the highest T20 franchise score two days earlier, the Tridents encountered a pitch that changed character and slumped to their second defeat of the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League.... Read More


WI Women lose T20 opener

15 September 2019

FRESH FROM a clean sweep of the preceding One-Day International Series in Antigua, Australia women drew first blood when the three-match T20I series against West Indies commenced at Kensington Oval on Saturday night. Read More


Barbados bow to Brazil

14 September 2019

Barbados lost their Davis Cup battle with Brazil 1-3 after a disappointing second day in Criciuma, Brazil, yesterday. Beginning the morning with the rubber tied 1-1, the doubles pair of Darian King and Haydn Lewis stumbled to the much higher ranked duo of Marcelo Melo... Read More


Night belongs to Knight Riders

14 September 2019

KINGSTON – Reigning champions Trinbago Knight Riders smashed the highest total in T20 franchise cricket on the way to inflicting a fourth successive defeat for Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier League on Friday night. Read More


King overcomes Brazilian

13 September 2019

Top tennis player Darian King battled hot sweltering conditions in Criciuma, Brazil yesterday to set the customary Davis Cup template for the Bajan team by defeating homeboy Joao De Menezes 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 after two hours and 37 bruising minutes. Read More


Spartans to create history 

13 September 2019

Spartans from Church Village will create history in 2020 by becoming the first basketball team out of St Philip to compete in the Barbados Amateur Basketball Association’s Premier Division. Read More


Semenya to receive gold medal from 2011 world championships

13 September 2019

CAPE TOWN – Olympic 800 meters champion Caster Semenya will be officially awarded her gold medal from the 2011 world athletics championships at this year’s edition in Doha, but will not be there to receive it. Read More


Tridents rattle Patriots

13 September 2019

BASSETERRE – Barbados Tridents crippled St Kitts and Nevis Patriots with spin, bringing them back down to earth with a 18-run defeat, to claim their first win of the Caribbean Premier League on Wednesday night Read More


Boxing ‘lacks punch’

13 September 2019

One of this country’s most decorated amateur fighters, Junior Greenidge, says boxing is down and almost out and the Barbados Boxing Association (BBA) has run out of ideas. Read More


McIlroy tops Koepka for PGA Tour Player of the Year honours

12 September 2019

ATLANTA – Rory McIlroy may not have added to his collection of major titles during the 2018-19 campaign, but the Northern Irishman did enough to be named the PGA Tour Player of the Year on Wednesday for a third time. Read More


King: Stadium repairs stalled

11 September 2019

Complete renovation of the National Stadium is still some time away, says Minister of Sport John King. Read More


Spartans square series

11 September 2019

St Philip team Spartans are poised to create local basketball history. After squaring the best-of-three Division 1 finals by defeating the University of the West Indies Blackbirds 70-63 in Game 2 at the Wildey Gymnasium on Tuesday night, they are now just one more... Read More


England drop Roy for final Ashes test

11 September 2019

LONDON – England have dropped batsman Jason Roy for the fifth and final test against Australia starting at The Oval on Thursday as they try to level the series after failing to claim the Ashes. Read More


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