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Emerald House complete the hattrick

Emerald House complete the hattrick

For the third consecutive year, Emerald ‘Green’ House have run away with the glory as champions of Trinity Academy Sports Day held today at the National Stadium. The feat was quite easily accomplished, as the victorious Emerald House amassed 637 points to take the trophy once again ahead of Gold ‘Yellow’ House tallying 545 points […]

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, […]

Greening is alive at St Stephen’s

Greening is alive at St Stephen’s

Victor ludorum Ratanang Barker exhibited sheer class to propel Green House to victory over Yellow House with 534.50 points at St Stephen’s Primary’s Inter-house School Sports held at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex today. Yellow House won the title last year for the first time in many years but were unable to do the double […]

It’s all Blue at St Giles

It’s all Blue at St Giles

Blue ‘Adams’ House are champions for a second consecutive year, tallying 373 points, as St Giles Primary were first out the blocks for the 2018 track and field season at the National Stadium today. The race was on between Blue House, edging their way to victory over main rivals Brewster ‘Yellow’ House, who were on […]

War of words

War of words

Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth Stephen Lashley was last night accused by the president of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA), Conde Riley, of misleading the Barbadian public on the issue of the hosting of the 2018 Women’s World Cup. During the popular Mason and Guest cricket radio programme, the sports minister was invited to […]

Lashley responds

Lashley responds

A sports ambassadorship programme is to go before the Cabinet of Barbados for approval, says Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Stephen Lashley. Lashley’s comments today came in the wake of complaints from former world 110m hurdles champion, Ryan Brathwaite, who earlier this week called out the government for its broken promises made nine years […]

Forgotten champ

Forgotten champ

Former world 110m hurdles champion Ryan Brathwaite says broken promises made to him by Barbadian officials have proven to be among his greatest recent obstacles to scale. The national champion who brought glory to Barbados nine years ago said that besides the Nissan X-trail jeep given to him having attained gold at the 2009 World […]

Squashed by increased fees

Squashed by increased fees

The Barbados Squash Association (BSA) has been hit with a hike in court fees by the management of the Barbados Squash Club located at Marine Gardens, Christ Church. Speaking after an outstanding showing from Barbados’ junior national players at the just concluded United States Open, president of the BSA Allison Smith-Padmore told Barbados TODAY that […]

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 […]

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