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Better organised meets promised

15 July 2010

BOTHERED BY late starts and long delays between races, the Photo Finish crew will be aiming to improve the overall running of meets to the satisfaction Read More

Coach: Players lack mental focus

15 July 2010

NOT FOR THE first time, a Barbadian coach has identified the need for greater attention to the mental approach to training. Read More

EDITORIAL – A victory for Africa's World Cup

15 July 2010

SOUTH AFRICA has been the centre of global attraction for the world over the past few weeks, thanks to the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Every four years, Read More


Jackson, Pinelands play-off battle

15 July 2010

PREMIER LEAGUE BASKETBALL’S final play-off spot comes down to its final regular season game. Read More

Lambert replaces Gayle

15 July 2010

KINGSTON – Tamar Lambert has been named to lead Jamaica in the upcoming Caribbean Twenty20 Tournament, s Read More


Harewood has revs up

14 July 2010

TWO pole-to-pole wins by Jason Harewood lifted him to the top of the standings after two race meetings of the Barbados Auto Racing League (BARL). Read More

Bajans grab six tennis medals

14 July 2010

THE Barbados table tennis team returned from Puerto Rico recently having earned six medals at the Caribbean Table Tennis Championships that ended in San German, last weekend. Read More


Spain worth acclaim

14 July 2010

PARIS – Spain won the World Cup with the right kind of football. No one can argue that their tense 1-0 extra time victory over The Netherlands wasn’t deserved. Read More


Spain's triumph: artistry and results

14 July 2010

THE best team won the World Cup. Full stop.            Spain’s brand of football is a standard the rest of the world can aspire to. In fact, they will have to if they want to knock the Spaniards off the pinnacle they now sit on. Champions should be able to bring a... Read More

Queen's Plate runs off Saturday

14 July 2010

SATURDAY’S racing at the Garrison Savannah runs into the sixth day with the Queen’s Plate race day, as the Barbados Turf Club’s second season rolls on. Read More


Bajans on the brink

14 July 2010

GROS ISLET – Barbados look set to capture first innings lead and could press for victory against the Leeward Islands Read More

Scrap old selection method!

14 July 2010

I WRITE this piece in anguish. I can’t understand why those persons responsible for Barbados cricket continue every year to use this archaic method called trials to selecting teams.  Read More


Roach promises '20-gun' salute

14 July 2010

KEMAR ROACH has issued a warning to opposing teams in the upcoming West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean Twenty20 Tournament. The Barbados fast bowler has promised that his team will be all fired up when they take to the field in Zone B alongside Guyana, Windward Islands,... Read More


WADA defends Jamaica's testing

14 July 2010

LONDON – Jamaica’s 100 metres Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser has admitted taking a banned substance as a painkiller. David Howman, the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) director general, spoke out in defence of Jamaica’s drugs-testing regime after Fraser became... Read More

Clarke left out

14 July 2010

EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD Jeneice Clarke has been surprisingly omitted from the 12-member team which will represent Barbados at the Americas Federation of Netball Association Read More


St Leonard's on the front foot

14 July 2010

ZONE ‘C’ leaders Garrison are in danger of conceding first innings lead to St Leonard’s in their penultimate round LIME Under-15 cricket match. Read More

No need to call off final

14 July 2010

THE POSTPONEMENT of the Sagicor General Twenty20 final between ICBL Empire and Sagicor Life UWI, which was scheduled for Kensington Oval last Friday night, was totally unnecessary. I was completely surprised when I received a press release from the Barbados Cricket... Read More

Top Level in another crushing victory

14 July 2010

TOP LEVEL Academy of Guyana sounded another warning to their opposition in the Sir Garfield Sobers International Schools’ cricket tournament with another big victory. Read More

Twin bombs kill World Cup viewers

13 July 2010

KAMPALA, Uganda – An al-Qaida-linked Somali militant group claimed responsibility yesterday for twin bombings in Uganda that killed 74 people Read More

U-15s vying for semi-final spot

13 July 2010

COMBERMERE, Deighton Griffith and Garrison lead their respective zones ahead of today’s sixth and penultimate series of matches Read More


Nationwide fiesta

13 July 2010

MADRID – Spain erupted with its biggest fiesta in memory yesterday when its football team returned to a jubilant nation after winning the World Cup, Read More


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