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Garfield Sobers schools scores

19 July 2010

At Wayne Daniel: Dominica Schools 139-9 in 33 overs (J. Robinson 46, O. Hamilton 26, P. Joseph 17; T. Radford 3-14, W. McVicar 3-29). Read More


Trainer Ward on the Money

18 July 2010

FORMER champion jockey turned trainer Anderson Ward dominated proceedings on the sixth race day at the Garrison Savannah yesterday. Read More

How they ran yesterday

18 July 2010

Race 1. The Buckingham Palace Condition Race: for West Indian-bred two-year-olds; about 1 000 metres. Read More

Rain gets upper hand in fourth-round matches

18 July 2010

RAIN significantly affected play on the first day of fourth-round matches in the LIME Division 1 competition yesterday. Read More

Thompson comes good as Police amass 292 for 8

18 July 2010

  DERWIN THOMPSON scored a courageous and disciplined 92 and also shared in a century partnership with Sadiq Hill to give Police the advantage on the opening day with a total of 292 for eight. Read More

LIME Div. 1 scoreboards

18 July 2010

CGI Maple v ICBL Empire (AT TRENTS) Toss: Empire; Weather: cloudy; Pitch: slow; Outfield: damp. Read More

Maple parade Empire

18 July 2010

BARRINGTON YEARWOOD hammered his third Division 1 hundred, but Pedro Agard fell one short of his fifth ton as CGI Maple ravaged a depleted ICBL Empire bowling attack Read More


Cup – straight up

18 July 2010

THERE HAS BEEN a change in the captaincy, but the Cup-winning legacy of "The Home of Champions continues!" Read More


Old boys at play

18 July 2010

A day after winning the Sagicor General Twenty20 cricket competition, ICBL Empire had to turn to four of the elder statesmen to take the field in the LIME Division 1 tournament yesterday. Read More

Come fresh

18 July 2010

THE Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) has been asked to take fresh guard. Read More


St Hill's 96 earns honours

18 July 2010

DENNERY, St Lucia – Clint St Hill narrowly missed out on a century as Barbados grabbed first innings points over Trinidad and Tobago in Read More

Ryan's wrong turn

18 July 2010

A FAILED experiment has been the reason for Ryan Brathwaite’s sub-par run of form on the international track and field circuit this year. Read More

Skipper welcomes Samuels

18 July 2010

KINGSTON – Jamaica captain Tamar Lambert has welcomed the return of stylish batsman Marlon Samuels for the Caribbean Twenty20 Tournament which bowls off in Barbados on Thursday. Read More

Intermediate scores – July 17

18 July 2010

SCORES on the third day of third round of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Intermediate competition yesterday. Read More

Under-19 scores

18 July 2010

Trinidad and Tobago vs Barbados Read More


Delcastilho now a master

18 July 2010

THERE IS a new chess master in town. Read More

Upper Intermediate/schools scores July 17

18 July 2010

SCORES on the third day of the third round of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Upper Intermediate Competition yesterday: Read More

COZIER ON CRICKET July 17 – WI 'A' team on the up and up

18 July 2010

IT LASTED just a week short of three months, touched four countries spread across the planet and included international matches against five different opponents. Read More

Division Two scores

18 July 2010

SCORES on the first day of the fifth series of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Division 2 Competition yesterday: Read More

Free of drugs

18 July 2010

THE last batch of tests conducted by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADC) have all been negative. Read More

Top official for Kick It

17 July 2010

BARBADOS’ lone female football referee Gillian Martindale will preside over the inaugural KFC Kick It football competition scheduled for August 8 at the Wildey astroturf. Read More


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