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Teens ready for challenge

Teens ready for challenge

The Wildey Gymnasium was a buzz of activity today as some of Barbados’ best Under-15 table tennis players got the opportunity to rub shoulders with other teen players from around the world. It was an excellent practice opportunity ahead of the October 27 to November 1 ITTF World Cadet Challenge which will be played at [...]

Sponsors on edge

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), reeling from the fallout from the team’s withdrawal from the tour of India, is facing fresh pressure from its…

Our serve

Our serve

It’s a chance of a lifetime. Barbados’ top Under-15 table tennis players will be hoping for massive crowd support when they take on some of…

Bigger, better

Bigger, better

Two additional venues and prizes worth close to $45,000 should bring lots of excitement when the National Sports Council’s (NSC) Inter-parish Road Tennis Tournament hits…

Call on me

Call on me

Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley is anxious to see an urgent resolution of the crisis facing West Indies cricket and he’s prepared to help broker…

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Garner unsure over his BCA future

Tribalism is firmly rooted in the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA), says its president Joel Garner. Breaking his silence…

In the balance

The West Indies Cricket Board will know by next month what the region’s status in world cricket is.…

Sexism a problem in football

Sexism appears to be hampering the further development of women’s football in the region. That was the suggestion…

QC defeat Foundation at home

QC defeat Foundation at home

Queen’s College emerged victorious, 33-23, in a low-scoring encounter over Christ Church Foundation as the National Sports Council’s…

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