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Under-19 matches rained out

22 July 2010

CASTRIES – Torrential rain ruined the fourth round of matches in the TCL Group West Indies Under-19 Challenge, forcing a complete washout of the second day here yesterday. Read More

Barath raring to go

22 July 2010

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO batsman Adrian Barath is eagerly looking forward to the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean Twenty20 tournament. Read More

A THORNY ISSUE – Question is, if not Gayle, who?

22 July 2010

IF NOT Chris Gayle, who? Read More

Table tennis team starts CAC

22 July 2010

BARBADOS will start what is expected to be a rugged campaign this morning when they come up against Colombia and Mexico Read More

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Jackson's first play-off

22 July 2010

BASKETBALL FANS have been up in arms since the Premier League playoff schedule was released a week ago. Read More

Bajan team ready

22 July 2010

BARBADOS has not beaten Trinidad & Tobago in senior netball for about six years, but that is what head coach Alwyn Babb is aiming to do at this year’s Read More

T20 tournament to start today

22 July 2010

RAIN, RAIN, stay away and let the Caribbean cricketers get some play in the West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) inaugural Twenty20 Cup bowling off Kensington Oval today. Read More

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Fantastic foursome

22 July 2010

The Apes Hill 12-goal  polo team continued their fine form from last year when they won the 2010 Texaco 12-goal tournament Read More

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Medal tally at 4

22 July 2010

KAREN MEAKINS won silver last night in the women’s badminton singles in Bogota, Colombia, Read More

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Campbell savours success

22 July 2010

Justin Campbell regards his victory in the second race for Group 3A during the rain-affected day/night race meet Read More

Barbados thrash Grenada 6-0

21 July 2010

MARACAIBO, Venezuela – Barbados got off to a brilliant start in their Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Caribbean Under-17 campaign here Tuesday, when they dished out a heavy defeat to Grenada. Read More

T-tennis team off to CAC

21 July 2010

HIGHLY motivated to bring glory to Barbados, the national table tennis team flew off to Puerto Rico yesterday to compete at the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC). Read More

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Young Lara does it for Queen's Park

21 July 2010

BLESSED WITH cricketing pedigree, another young cricketer carrying the Lara name displayed his batting ability to guide the Queen’s Park Cricket Coaching School Read More

Bajan women badly beaten in volleyball

21 July 2010

BARBADOS’ women fared even worse in their second preliminary game of the XXI Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Read More

Heineken/Pepsi BCL scores

21 July 2010

SCORES in the Pepsi Heineken Barbados Cricket League competitions last weekend: Read More

Bajan athletes lose luggage

21 July 2010

SEVERAL Barbadian athletes who left the island on LIAT last Sunday for the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, Read More

Scoreboards

21 July 2010

Dulwich vs Queen’s Park Cricket Coaching School Read More

Parkinson tumble like dominoes

21 July 2010

PARKINSON MEMORIAL slumped to defeat in one day after they were sent crashing to modest totals of 13 and 18 against Nature Valley Lodge Read More

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Meakins' rush for gold

21 July 2010

KAREN MEAKINS has made it through to the gold medal match of the women’s singles in squash at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Bogota, Colombia. Read More

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Second gold for Ally

21 July 2010

For the second time in as many editions, Bradley Ally was draped in gold during the medal presentation for the men’s 400 metres individual medley Read More

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Canadian culture

21 July 2010

A dancer walking around the University of Moncton Stadium to help open the IAAF World Junior Track and Field Championships Read More

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