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Bajan Gems win World Cup opener

12 July 2019

The Bajan Gems are off to the perfect start in the 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup. Goal shooter Shonica Wharton scored a game high 27 goals from 29 attempts as Barbados defeated Singapore 69-34 in Liverpool, England. Read More


Plans to improve open water  swimmers

11 July 2019

Plans are on the cards to improve the performances of young open water swimmers, says Barbados team manager Matthew Lashley. Read More


Sammy's ready

11 July 2019

Darren Sammy has dusted off his maroon cap and is ready to don it again as captain of the West Indies T20 cricket team. Read More


Serena Williams beats Barbora Strycova to reach Wimbledon final

11 July 2019

Serena Williams made light work of Barbora Strycova to reach the Wimbledon final and stand one win away from a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title. Read More


  Rampant England end Australia's title defence to roar into final

11 July 2019

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - England snuffed out Australia’s title defence and stormed into the Cricket World Cup final with a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over the five-times champions in the second semi-final on Thursday. Read More


Women Tridents eye World Cup berth

10 July 2019

QUALIFYING for the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup is Barbados’ biggest goal. Read More


England waiting on pitch report

10 July 2019

BIRMINGHAM – England may change their bowling combination for Thursday’s Cricket World Cup semi-final against Australia if the Edgbaston pitch assists spinners, captain Eoin Morgan said on Wednesday. Read More


New Zealand beat India to reach World Cup final

10 July 2019

New Zealand reached the World Cup final as they produced the bowling performance of the tournament to edge out a crestfallen India by 18 runs in a sensational match at Old Trafford. Read More


Lloyd: Don’t touch Holder

09 July 2019

Don’t dare think of firing Jason Holder as captain of the West Indies cricket team! That stern warning has come from the man who appointed him four years ago, Clive Lloyd, the former successful West Indies captain and chairman of selectors, who believes the problem... Read More


Coaches praise quality of tourney

09 July 2019

The competitive nature of the tournament and the friendly people have prompted the Australian 360 Cricket Academy to return to the Sir Garfield Sobers International Schools’ Cricket Tournament for the second time. Read More


Nurse, Cummins out of contract

08 July 2019

Barbadian cricketer Ashley Nurse has paid the price for below-par bowling performances in one-day internationals (ODI) this year which resulted in him being dropped from the starting 11 of the West Indies’ World Cup team. Read More


Umpires told: Don’t leave it to cameras

08 July 2019

West Indian cricket umpires have been urged not to allow technology to stop them from making decisions. That advice came from Minister of Sport John King in his feature address during the 29th biennial West Indies Cricket Umpires Association’s (WICUA) convention, which... Read More


Afghanistan to play Windies in India

08 July 2019

MUMBAI – Afghanistan will play a lone Test match against West Indies when they host the Caribbean side for a short series in November in their adopted home India, the Afghanistan Cricket Board has said. Read More


Jesus grabs headlines in Brazil’s Copa America victory

08 July 2019

RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazil’s Gabriel Jesus made one goal, scored another and was sent off in the second half as they beat Peru 3-1 on Sunday to win the Copa America for the ninth time in a pulsating contest at the Maracana stadium. Read More


Reifer stays for now

07 July 2019

PORT OF SPAIN – Recently elected Cricket West Indies chief Ricky Skerritt has given the assurance that interim head coach Floyd Reifer will remain in his post for the remainder of the year, and says there will be no “hasty political decisions” in the wake of the Caribbean... Read More


Bulls run over Cavs

07 July 2019

STICKING TO your strengths, along with exploiting your opponents’ weaknesses and woes, makes sense. Read More


Ramona second on pro debut

07 July 2019

HOMETOWN fans reserved their biggest screams for Ramona Morgan and she did not disappoint, landing a creditable second place on pro debut at the International Federation of Bodybuilding (IFBB) Diamond Cup Barbados over the weekend. Read More


Six NACAC medals

07 July 2019

Barbados ended the 2019 North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletics Championships in Queretaro, Mexico with one gold, four silver and one bronze medal. Read More


USA beat Netherlands to win Women’s World Cup

07 July 2019

The United States won the Women's World Cup for a record fourth time with as they eventually overpowered the Netherlands in Lyon. Read More


Six earn pro card at Diamond

06 July 2019

The Darcy Beckles Barbados Diamond Cup is reaping sweets for hometown competitors. That’s because six of them now have pro status in the International Federation of Bodybuilding (IFBB) ranks after stellar performances on Saturday afternoon at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford... Read More


Why Windies failed

06 July 2019

It was no real surprise that the West Indies didn’t qualify for the semi-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup. West Indies have not recorded a series victory since Jason Holder took over the team in 2015 and unlike their Test cricket game, the ODI format has not shown... Read More


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