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Wrong shots

Wrong shots

Gun violence is impacting negatively on local football and president of the Barbados Football Association, Randolph Harris, has called for an end to the madness. Speaking during the opening ceremony to kick off the 2018 football season yesterday at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex, Harris said to those in attendance including 65 clubs on parade, […]

Bolt starting football quest

Bolt starting football quest

Usain Bolt is a nervous man these days, even after eight Olympic Gold medals and 11 World Championships titles. Bolt’s nerves are on account of the announcement that in a few weeks, he will be trying out with Borussia Dortmund, the same club as Gabonese star Pierre Aubumeyang. The legendary sprinter hung up his spikes […]

Championship run

Championship run

Defending champions St Michael North West hammered St Michael Central 4-0 this afternoon at the Friendship, St Michael ground to secure their place in the round of 16 of the National Sports Council and Youth Development Programme Community Under-17 Football Tournament. Playing in the West Zone, North West came into today’s match having already won […]

Humble Harris honoured

Humble Harris honoured

After four decades of giving his heart and soul towards the growth and development of local football, Barbados Football Association (BFA) President, Randolph Harris was last weekend honoured by members of his executive.  During the association’s awards ceremony held at its Wildey headquarters, the veteran administrator was completely caught by surprise when members of his […]

Most outstanding male and female footballers recognized

Most outstanding male and female footballers recognized

Barbados’ most outstanding male and female footballers were recognized for their 2017 performances when the Barbados Football Association (BFA) held its awards ceremony this past Friday night at the BFA Astro Turf in Wildey, St Michael. In the presence of BFA President, Randolph Harris, newly elected President of the Barbados Olympic Association, Sandra Osborne and […]

Foundation survive drop with big win

Foundation survive drop with big win

Christ Church Foundation School averted relegation from Division One of the Barbados Secondary Schools Football League, when they trounced Princess Margaret, 5-0, during Tuesday’s playoff at the Usain Bolt, Sports Complex. Princess Margaret, the third-placed team from Division Two, came up against the third last team in the Division One table, Foundation, with both teams […]

Double crown

Double crown

St Leonard’s Boys confirmed themselves as the titans of schools football when they beat Alexandra, 2-1, in the knock-out final yesterday evening, to assume the mantle of double-crown kings of the Under-19 Barbados Secondary Schools Football Competition. In the game at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex, the reigning League One champion were propelled by goals […]

St George South champions

St George South champions

Most Valuable Player, Romario Watson, along with Dario Harewood gave St George South a reason to pop the champagne as they scored in either half to help their side retain the David Thompson Memorial Constituency Football Classic title, with a deserving 2-0 victory over St Andrew yesterday at Kensington Oval. Watson scored in the 37th […]

CFU aiming to restore image, says Harris

CFU aiming to restore image, says Harris

by Morissa Lindsay Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president, Randy Harris, says the regional governing body was working hard to restore its credibility and overcome the controversy which had hurt its image in recent times. Only last September, former CFU head, Antiguan Gordon Derrick, was banned for six years by football’s world governing body, FIFA, after […]

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