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Paradise in heaven after 7-0 victory

27 October 2019

PARADISE issued the perfect response to last week‘s loss to Empire with a resounding 7-0 victory over Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) in their Capelli Cup Championship Stage clash on Saturday night at the Wildey Turf. National striker Armando “Sugar” Lashley and... Read More


Liverpool go six points clear at the top of the Premier League

27 October 2019

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson said an "improved mentality" under Jurgen Klopp helped them come from behind to beat Tottenham and restore their six-point Premier League lead. Harry Kane scored within 48 seconds of kick-off and keeper Paulo Gazzaniga pulled off... Read More


Williamson to miss England series

27 October 2019

CHRISTCHURCH – New Zealand captain Kane Williamson will miss next month’s home Twenty20 series against England due to a hip injury, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said on Friday. Read More


Sir Viv: Politics hurt Pollard

26 October 2019

Legendary former West Indies captain Sir Vivian Richards has endorsed Kieron Pollard’s appointment as white-ball skipper and believes “politics with the last regime” prevented the Trinidadian from assuming the position sooner. Read More


Ex-netball coach praised

26 October 2019

President of the Barbados Netball Association (BNA), Nisha Craigwell, has come out in defence of the contribution which resigned coach Sandra Bruce-Small has made to the Bajan Gems and netball in Barbados. Read More


Skerritt anxious to hear Wehby Task Force recommendations

26 October 2019

ST JOHN’S – Cricket West Indies president, Ricky Skerritt, said he is shortly looking forward to reviewing the recommendations of the Task Force on Corporate Governance Reform. Read More


Injury won’t stop Burke’s Olympic dream

26 October 2019

Josh Burke is set on competing at next year’s Olympic Games when surfing will make its debut. Read More


Teen faces stiff ban

26 October 2019

Barbadian weightlifter Zagora Callender has a new weight on her shoulders. The 17-year-old is facing a possible four-year ban from the sport, for using an anabolic steroid she claims was prescribed by her physician. Read More


Leicester City hammer Southampton 9-0

25 October 2019

Leicester City equalled the 24-year-old record for the biggest ever Premier League victory as dismal 10-man Southampton were dismantled at a rainswept St Mary's. The victory sees Brendan Rodgers' side climb into second place, leapfrogging Manchester City and moving... Read More


West Indies 2020 cricket calendar announced

25 October 2019

The West Indies will take on Ireland at Kensington Oval early next year as part of a new three-year home fixture cycle. It will feature the regional side in all formats of cricket with matches being played at most of the historic grounds in the Caribbean. Read More


Bruce done with netball job

24 October 2019

Netball is without a national coach now that Sandra Bruce-Small has quit the post after three years. Bruce’s recent resignation came after the national team’s dismal showing at the Netball World Cup (NWC) in England in July. Read More


Simpson favoured for BIIG repeat

24 October 2019

Barbados’ volleyball and squash captain Shawn Simpson seems certain to repeat as the Barbados Invitational Independence Games (BIIG) champion. But the 2018 female winner, Jada Smith-Padmore, faces a rocky path to repeat as queen. Read More


Ganguly is BCCI president

24 October 2019

MUMBAI – Sourav Ganguly will lead the Indian board like he led the national team, the former captain said as he promised a fair and untainted administration after taking over as president of the world’s richest cricket board on Wednesday. Read More


‘Take a break, Suki’

23 October 2019

Barbados draughts champion Ronald “Suki” King should recharge his batteries before re-entering the arena. That’s the advice being offered by arch-rival Jack Francis following King’s humiliating 8-1 thrashing by Sergio Scarpetta during the recently concluded Three... Read More


Burke knocks poor facilities

23 October 2019

BARBADOS Olympic Association (BOA) executive member Cameron Burke has bemoaned the poor quality of facilities provided for weightlifters and boxers to train. Speaking at a press briefing on Tuesday, Burke, the assistant secretary general of the BOA, said it was... Read More


BOA: Funding is key

22 October 2019

Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) president Sandra Osborne reckons more funds are required for this country to produce world-class athletes and obtain global medals. Read More


CSOS, All Stars rule Turf

22 October 2019

Combermere School Old Scholars (CSOS) are the undisputed Barbados Hockey Federation’s double crown queens while All Stars are the knockout kings. CSOS blanked UWI Blackbirds 5-0 in the Women’s Knockout Cup final at the Wildey Hockey Turf on Saturday to add to the league... Read More


Pakistan turn to youth in cricket squads

22 October 2019

LAHORE – New Pakistan captain Azhar Ali will have an exciting pace attack at his disposal in the two-Test series in Australia after two of the quickest bowlers in the country were named in a 16-man squad on Monday. Read More


Not on my watch!

21 October 2019

PORT OF SPAIN – Newly appointed West Indies white-ball captain, Kieron Pollard, has reassured the region that insularity in selection will be eradicated during his tenure. The Trinidadian will take on his first assignment next month when West Indies take on Afghanistan... Read More


Pollard: Emphasis on performance

21 October 2019

PORT OF SPAIN – Newly-appointed white-ball captain Kieron Pollard says performance and not age will be the ultimate consideration for the selection of teams going forward. Read More


Miami joining Formula One circuit in 2021

21 October 2019

Miami will host a Formula One Grand Prix in May 2021, subject to local government approval, after the sport announced a deal on Tuesday with the city’s Hard Rock Stadium. Read More


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