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Mission accomplished!

Mission accomplished!

The tennis racquet of Haydn Lewis has once again led Barbados to Davis Cup glory. With rain affecting play this past weekend and all of yesterday, Barbados were in a must-win situation on the second and final reserved day of the Davis Cup Americas Zone ll round three tie against Venezuela who were leading 2-1 […]

Rain forces tennis into 5th day

Rain forces tennis into 5th day

The Davis Cup Americas Group ll round three tie between Barbados and Venezuela was suspended today as Hurricane Maria dumped persistent showers on the island. Local tennis star Darian King came out with one purpose in mind yesterday morning at the National Tennis Center. And that was to dispose of Venezuela’s number one seed Ricardo […]

All to play for tomorrow

All to play for tomorrow

Barbados’ Davis Cup team have found themselves in a must-win situation. Darian King and Haydn Lewis fought to the very end but were unable to hold serve after a 3-1 advantage in the fifth and decisive set, as they agonizingly lost 3-2 to Venezuelan pair of Luis Martinez and Jordi Munoz this afternoon at the […]

Tied contest

Tied contest

Barbadian ace Darian King did not have to break much of a sweat as Barbados came from a rubber down to level the Davis Cup Americas Group ll round three tie 1-1 against Venezuela today. Playing his very first match since the United States Open, King needed to win in order to keep Barbados’ hopes […]

Davis Cup showdown

Davis Cup showdown

Tomorrow is a big day for Barbados’ tennis and though many eyes will be fixed on ace player Darian King, there is another player eager to show Barbadians he has what it takes to represent the Barbados flag on a major stage. Matthew Foster-Estwick is anxious to deliver his maiden serve on home soil when […]

BABA president dies

BABA president dies

Barbados Amateur Basketball Association (BABA) President Derrick Garrett is dead. Garrett, who was elected BABA head in 2011, died this morning after a long-time battle with cancer. While the basketball fraternity mourns the loss of Garrett, the BABA conveyed condolences to his family in a press release and said all matches scheduled for today would […]

Ready to serve

Ready to serve

Barbados premier tennis players are ready and raring to go. And in addition to competing against an unfamiliar Venezuelan squad, the only other thing that could possibly interfere with the quest of the Bajans is the heavy rain currently affecting the island. They take on the visitors over three days from September 15 in the […]

Showdown

Showdown

Defending knockout kings Chargers and Flow Deacons are once again set to face off on court, as the two archrivals in local volleyball have captured respective wins for a place in the Goddard Enterprises Limited senior knockout final. Playing last night in Oldbury, St Phillip, Chargers stormed past Cawmere in straight sets 25-15, 25-23 and […]

Changes for 2018 BFA season

Changes for 2018 BFA season

The Barbados Football Association’s 2018 Premier League season kicks off January 7 with an interesting new format. Instead of the traditional ten teams competing in a round-robin format to decide a winner, the new format for 2018 will now see 12 premier league teams split into two respective zones. Zone one appears to be very […]

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