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    November 19

  • 12:42 PM


England drop Sterling

12 November 2019

LONDON – England winger Raheem Sterling has been dropped from the squad to face Montenegro in their Euro 2020 qualifier at Wembley after a “disturbance” at the national team’s training camp on Monday, the Football Association said. Read More


Blackbirds, Wales reach semis

11 November 2019

The University of the West Indies (UWI) Blackbirds clawed their way to the semi-finals of the Capelli Cup with a narrow 1-0 victory over Empire on Sunday night at the Wildey Turf. Read More


Jones, Lythcott fly the flag

11 November 2019

Ajayi Jones and Iprecious Lythcott were the only Barbadians to come out on the winning end of six battles against Canadian opponents in the Carlton Hope/Lionel Hall Memorial Boxing Tournament at Cricket Legends on Saturday night. Read More


Hope seals series

11 November 2019

LUCKNOW, India – Elegant stroke-maker Shai Hope made his seventh one-day international hundred as West Indies completed a rare series whitewash with a five-wicket victory over Afghanistan yesterday in the third ODI. Read More


India Women take 2-0 T20 lead

11 November 2019

GROS ISLET, St Lucia – India Women defeated West Indies Women by ten wickets in the second T20 International at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground to take a 2-10 series lead. Read More


Persaud hurts Pride

10 November 2019

BASSETERRE – Rookie Akshaya Persaud’s maiden half-century stunned Barbados Pride and gave reigning champions CCC Marooners their first win of the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 on Saturday night. Read More


Oh gosh, it’s Josh

10 November 2019

EMPLOYING a delightful aerial rotation and some silky smooth manoeuvres, Josh Burke brought surfing glory to host country Barbados with an impressive capture of the Thomo 1 000 QS at Bathshbea, St Joseph, yesterday. Read More


Liverpool go eight points clear at top of the Premier League

10 November 2019

Premier League leaders Liverpool moved eight points clear with a fine win over champions Manchester City. Read More


Backlash as IAAF removes four events from Diamond League

10 November 2019

Triple jump world record holder Jonathan Edwards has strongly criticised the IAAF’s Diamond League for cutting his event from the circuit’s 2020 programme. Read More


Crunch time for four ‘big boys’

10 November 2019

The fates of four of the “big clubs” of Barbadian football will hang in the balance tonight, as Empire take on University of the West Indies (UWI) Blackbirds and Weymouth Wales battle Paradise in the Capelli Super Cup quarter-finals at the Wildey Turf. Read More


Wright after greater returns

10 November 2019

Olympic hopeful Matthew Wright remains steadfast in his quest to collect enough points to qualify for next year’s Tokyo Olympics. Read More


Pride looking to win again

08 November 2019

BASSETERRE – Barbados Pride will be hunting their second straight win in Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup today when they meet defending champions Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners. Read More


 Anti-doping challenge

08 November 2019

The local National Anti-Doping Commission is finding it difficult to comply with the modified World Anti-Doping Code. Read More


Funding let-down

07 November 2019

Organisers of this week’s international surfing tournament at the Soup Bowl in Bathsheba, St Joseph, are “disheartened” by the limited funding given to it by the private sector and Government. Read More


Honours to QC and Alleyne

07 November 2019

Queen’s College, with victories among the seniors and Under-15s, were overall boys’ champions, while Alleyne gained girls’ glory during yesterday’s North Zone Secondary Schools’ Cross Country Series. Read More


Gold medal boxer retires over sight fears

07 November 2019

YORKSHIRE – Britain’s Nicola Adams, the first female boxer to win an Olympic gold medal, has announced her retirement from the sport at the age of 37 due to concerns about her eyesight. Read More


Aspiring referees sign up with BFA

07 November 2019

Twenty-eight aspiring referees have enrolled in the Barbados Football Association’s (BFA’s) Schools Referee Development Programme. Read More


Foundation, St Michael take crowns

07 November 2019

HomeTOWN knowledge and a strong First Form group of runners proved decisive for hosts Christ Church Foundation School as they shared the honours with arch-rivals, The St Michael School, when the Southern Zone of the secondary schools’ cross country event was held yesterday... Read More


Chase, Hope star in Windies victory

06 November 2019

Shai Hope and Roston Chase powered West Indies to a winning start in the first match of their One-Day International cricket series, beating hosts Afghanistan by seven wickets with 21 balls remaining. Read More


Federer, Djokovic on same side in ATP draw

06 November 2019

LONDON – Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were drawn in the same group for this month’s year-ending ATP Finals here while new world number one Rafa Nadal was on the same side as defending champion Alexander Zverev in the tournament’s draw on Tuesday. Read More


Sisnett, Sobers star in the pool

05 November 2019

PROMISING swimmers Nicholi Sisnett of St Cyprian’s Boys’ and Mihael Sobers of St Patrick’s Roman Catholic made their mark yesterday during the preliminaries of the Purity Primary Inter-School Swimming Championships at the Aquatic Centre. Read More


Will the placing of metal detectors in schools curb violence there?