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    August 17

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WI lose 3-match series

04 August 2019

FORT LAUDERDALE – Luckless West Indies conceded their three-match series to India yesterday after thunderstorms stalled an already stuttering run chase, leaving them with a 22-run defeat under the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method. Read More


Gutsy Joseph fails to medal

04 August 2019

FOR 80 GRUELLING laps Barbados’ cycling fans dared to dream as Amber Joseph moved from fourth to third and then second to be battling for a medal in the women’s omnium at the Pan Am Games on Saturday night. Read More


England battle to save Ashes opener after Smith's second ton

04 August 2019

A second successive century from Steve Smith swung an unpredictable Ashes opening test in Australia’s favour on Sunday as the tourists set England a daunting 398 runs to win. Read More


Manchester City wins Community Shield 

04 August 2019

Manchester City won the Community Shield on penalties after edging Liverpool in an entertaining game in front of a raucous Wembley. Read More


Joseph in with a shout

03 August 2019

Cyclist Amber Joseph put on a excellent display of tactics and stamina to be within touching distance of a medal in the women’s omnium at the 18th Pan Am Games yesterday morning. Read More


Boyce’s goal to coach Tridents

03 August 2019

Former Barbados football captain Emmerson Boyce wants to make a stunning return to the national dressing room. After hanging up his boots three years ago, the former Wigan Athletic captain and English FA Cup 2013 winner is looking to lead from the front again, having... Read More


Messi banned from international football for three months

03 August 2019

Argentina captain Lionel Messi has been banned from international football for three months after claiming the Copa America was “corrupt”. Barcelona forward Messi, 32, was sent off in Argentina’s 2-1 third-place play-off win over Chile and later said the “cup was fixed... Read More


Brathwaite ‘excited’ to lead Patriots

03 August 2019

BASSETERRE – All-rounder Carlos Brathwaite has replaced talisman Chris Gayle as captain of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots for the new Caribbean Premier League season which bowls off next month. Read More


More Formula One races on the cards next year

03 August 2019

BUDAPEST – Formula One could expand to a record 22 races next year, with 24 on the horizon for 2021, under discussions between teams and commercial rights holders Liberty Media. Read More


Coach in the hot seat

02 August 2019

The executive council of the Barbados Netball Association (BNA) is set to determine the future of coach Sandra Bruce-Small after the national team’s dismal showing at the World Cup in England. Read More


Brome gets Houston scholarship

02 August 2019

Pan Am Games’ and outstanding national athlete Jadon Brome has hopped, skipped and jumped to the University of Houston after receiving a full scholarship stemming from his outstanding athletic year. Read More


Barbados, Windward U-19s still unbeaten

02 August 2019

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent – Barbados easily disposed of Jamaica to remain unbeaten and on top of the standings but Trinidad and Tobago suffered their first defeat at the hands of Windward Islands in round three of the CWI Under-19 Championship here Thursday. Read More


Mohammed replaces Russell for T20s

02 August 2019

Cricket West Indies interim selection panel has named Jason Mohammed as the replacement for Andre Russell in the first and second matches of the MyTeam11 Twenty20 International Series, co-sponsored by Skoda and Fena. Read More


Australia hails returning Steve Smith

02 August 2019

MELBOURNE – After an 18-month exile from Test cricket, Steve Smith’s defiant century on day one of the Ashes series restored the former Australian captain to hero status in the eyes of a grateful nation on Friday. Read More


BCA meeting setback

01 August 2019

The absence of financial statements at the Barbados Cricket Association’s (BCA) annual general meeting on Wednesday night has forced a two-week delay in the highly anticipated elections between president Conde Riley and his predecessor Joel Garner. Read More


Nzinga dusts the Derby field

01 August 2019

Nzinga pulled off the heist of the year on Emancipation Day yesterday when she captured the $103 350 purse and trophy in the 80th Massy United Insurance Barbados Derby at the Garrison Savannah at the huge odds of 21-1. Read More


Bajan duo lose heart breaking match

01 August 2019

Barbados’ tennis duo of Darian King and Haydn Lewis was beaten 7-6, 3-6, 8-10 by hometown boys Juan Pablo Varillas and Sergio Galdos in a thrilling second round doubles clash at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru last night. Read More


Juventus dismisses suit by Korean fans

01 August 2019

TURIN – Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli on Wednesday rejected allegations that the Italian champions acted irresponsibly after Cristiano Ronaldo did not feature in a pre-season friendly against the K League All Stars in Seoul last week. Read More


Zane out front in title chase

31 July 2019

IN-FORM British F4 championship leader Zane Maloney has a 55-point advantage heading to Snetterton this weekend for the sixth, seventh and eighth rounds of the championship after the summer break. Read More


Tuach misses out

31 July 2019

Surfer Chelsea Tuach’s medal hopes at the Pan Am Games have nosedived. Tuach could not find her best wave or shot as she went down in the women’s open repechage round two heat to Colombia’s Isabella Gomez 10.83 to 13.40 in Peru, yesterday. Read More


All you need to now about the ICC’s World Test Championship

31 July 2019

MUMBAI – Test cricket will cease to be just a bilateral affair from Thursday when England host Australia in the opening Ashes contest at Edgbaston to kick off the widely-anticipated World Test Championship (WTC). Read More


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