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Basketball teams named

Five overseas-based players have been named to the Barbados men’s and women’s teams to compete in the 2014 Caribbean Basketball Confederation Championships in Tortola from July 1 to 5 and 8 to 12 respectively. Kregg Jones, a six-foot, eight-inch power forward, who hails from St. George and has been on the roster at Cal State […]

HC win tight game at Queen’s College

In arguably the most exciting match of this year’s Co-operators General Insurance-sponsored National Sports Council’s Secondary Schools Under-16 Basketball Competition, Harrison College edged Queen’s College 47-46 this evening. Playing at Queen’s College’s Husbands, St James court, there was nothing to choose between the two sides as the game remained close throughout as it went into […]

Combermere lose on home turf

Combermere were on the losing end again at their Waterford, St Michael home court on Friday, this time going down 28-19 to Graydon Sealy in a low-scoring encounter in the Co-operators General Insurance-sponsored National Sports Council’s Schools Under-16 Basketball Tournament. Both teams had offensive games they would rather forget with the half-time scoreline showing an abysmal […]

Combermere defeat Daryll Jordan

Combermere overcame a game-high 21 points from Rasheed Maynard to defeat Darryl Jordan 34-25 this evening at their Waterford, St Michael court, as action in the Co-operators General Insurance-sponsored National Sports Council’s Under-16 Secondary Schools Basketball Competition continued. While Maynard had the hot hands the rest of his team-mates were palpably cold throughout. Combermere led […]

Big win for QC ballers

Big win for QC ballers

Combermere did a woeful job defending their home court yesterday evening when they were beaten 37-29 by Queen’s College as action in the Co-operators General Insurance-sponsored National Sports Council’s Secondary Schools Basketball Competition continued. Playing at Waterford, Queen’s College held Combermere to a paltry five points in the first-half as the Waterford side’s offensive game […]