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Do or die for Tridents


Added 18 November 2019


Barbados captain Rashad Jules (No. 22) and England-based striker Hallam Hope (No. 22) leading the players during a training session. Among those in the picture are (from left) reserve goalkeeper Liam Brathwaite (No. 24), Keason Trench (No. 15) and Armando Lashley (No. 19). (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

IT is now, or never.

The Barbados Tridents face their most important game of the season when they take on Cayman Islands in their final group game of the Concacaf Nations League tonight at the Wildey Turf.

Both sides are fighting for top spot in Group A of League C, which will ensure automatic promotion to League B as well as a chance to qualify for the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup.

Cayman Islands lead the group with 12 points from their five games and their latest win came at home on Saturday over United States Virgin Islands. (NM)

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Instead of an announcement via the Throne Speech, should Barbadians decide via referendum whether the country becomes a republic?