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    November 19

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Gibson rebukes bats

30 May 2010

IT WAS BATTING lacking common sense! Read More

Call for a sports psychologist

30 May 2010

The call list of West Indies coach Ottis Gibson is increasing every day. Read More

Hoping against hope – Cozier on Cricket

30 May 2010

AS WEST INDIES head coach, the latest in the wheel from which eight have spun off in the past 14 years, Read More

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Bird takes flight

30 May 2010

Manx Rally winners Paul Bird and Kirsty Riddick, in a Ford Focus WRC, were leading the field Read More

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Caddies' day on the green

30 May 2010

The caddies of the Sandy Lane Golf Club got an opportunity to show off their golfing skills Read More

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Lime roll over Dover

30 May 2010

A SUPERB UNBEATEN CENTURY from former Parkinson Memorial Secondary student Kevon Beckles Read More

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Hundreds enjoy rally thrills

30 May 2010

Hundreds of Barbadians, like Nicholas Walkes  turned out to watch yesterday’s opening stages Read More

Dowridge, Chase see Youth to safety

30 May 2010

A BRILLIANT UNBEATEN 125by Barbados wicketkeeper/batsman Shane Dowridge, Read More

Parris' ton saves day for UWI

30 May 2010

A SUPERB CENTURY from Nekolai Parris enabled SagicorUWI to secure a draw Read More

Mohammed to make debut for Empire today

30 May 2010

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO and out of favour West Indies left-arm wrist-spinner Dave Mohammed Read More

Ford loses $80 000 in equipment to thieves

29 May 2010

ONE WEEK AFTER winning a Pan American medal, Barbados’ top international cyclist lost something of even more value. Barry Forde has suffered the loss of $80 000 in bicycles and equipment after thieves broke into his residence in Berlin, Germany sometime between Thursday... Read More

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SA keep grip

29 May 2010

SOUTH AFRICA’s stranglehold over the West Indies continued yesterday after the hosts gave yet another shambolic batting display. The South Africans clinched the five-match Digicel One-Day International (ODI) cricket series with a comfortable 67-run victory at Windsor... Read More

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Gibson: Batting coach needed

29 May 2010

SIMPLE BATTING mistakes are hurting the West Indies cricket team. But rather than a quick fix, head coach Ottis Gibson believes a long-term batting coach could solve the below-par batting woes which resulted in four unsuccessful run-chases on the first leg of the tour... Read More

'Shill' tipped for Test look-in

29 May 2010

WEST INDIES coach Ottis Gibson gave another hint that Dominican  off-spinner Shane Shillingford may be selected for the first Test against South Africa in Trinidad and Tobago,  June 10-14. Read More

Trents and Brittons Hill win

29 May 2010

There were outstanding victories for Trents and Mackeson Brittons Hill when the Barbados Football Association’s Division 2  and 3 play-offs continued last Thursday night at the National Stadium. Read More

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West Indies 'no world-beaters'

27 May 2010

The Caribbean is not producing cricketers who are capable of being world-beaters!  That is according to the CEO of the West Indies Cricket Board, Dr Ernest Hilaire.  Hilaire, speaking during a panel discussion held at the Errol Barrow Centre For Creative Imagination,... Read More

Jamaica violence sends cricket to Trinidad

27 May 2010

The unstable climate in Jamaica’s violence-torn capital of Kingston has forced the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to make changes to the schedule for the Digicel series with the touring South Africans. In a release issued yesterday, the board said that the matches... Read More

East meet west in Div 2 action

27 May 2010

THE BATTLE for soccer supremacy among the junior clubs continues at the National Stadium tonight. Haynesville, who played unbeaten to win the Slake Lime Zone with a record 14 victories and eight draws, battle White Topping Zone winners L & R United at 6 p.m. in the... Read More

Manning out of Sol Rally

27 May 2010

Trevor "Electric Micey" Manning will miss Sol Rally Barbados this weekend. The flamboyant driver and winner of the event in 1999, said ongoing engine problems and lack of adequate sponsorship were at the root of his absence from competition this year. Read More

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Stage set for Sol Rally

26 May 2010

Giant-killers will come into sharp focus as an impressive field assembles in Barbados this week to contest the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) blue-riband event, the Sol Rally Barbados, this weekend. Read More

Fraser sprints to aid of students

26 May 2010

SHANGHAI, China – The lucrative IAAF Diamond League is not the only goal on Jamaican sprinter Shelly Ann Fraser’s mind these days. Read More

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