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Off and running

Off and running

The girls of St Catherine’s Primary reigned as queens for the third consecutive year, and the boys of St Ambrose Primary retained their title for the second time in the Obadele Thompson Zone of the National Primary Schools Athletics Championship at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex today. A school that has produced one of the […]

Brittons Hill, BDFSP for final

Brittons Hill, BDFSP for final

A cheque worth BDS$4 000 dollars awaits either Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) or Brittons Hill when the Williams Equipment Pre-season Cup final is contested on Sunday, February 25, at the Empire Club ground. The tournament’s semifinals were played last night at the Weymouth Ground commencing with the opening fixture between Brittons Hill and […]

Cougars dominate Relay Fair

Cougars dominate Relay Fair

Both local and visiting schools, clubs and institutions performed creditably at the 16th edition of the Barbados Relay Fair at the National Stadium on Saturday. A total of 34 teams competed in front a sizable crowd and Cougars Track and Field Club from Trinidad and Tobago dominated overall in the female and male categories with […]

REGIONAL SUPER50 – Volcanoes shock title-holders Pride

REGIONAL SUPER50 – Volcanoes shock title-holders Pride

Windward Islands Volcanoes stunned Barbados Pride by 22-runs here late Friday night, to deal the title-holders their first defeat of the Regional Super50. Chasing a modest 202 in the day/night affair at Kensington Oval, Pride’s batting collapsed to leave them 179 all out in the 47th over, breaking their impressive four-game winning streak. The defeat […]

Red Force sneak close win

Red Force sneak close win

Left-arm spinner Khary Pierre snatched a career-best six-wicket haul but it was Jason Mohammed’s half-century and Shannon Gabriel’s nerve, which fired Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to a nail-biting one-wicket win over English county Hampshire. Set a paltry 140 for victory at the 3Ws Oval today, Red Force looked a fair bet to take full […]

Blue House the best at Graydon Sealy

Blue House the best at Graydon Sealy

Blue House ripped the proverbial bark off all opposition today to emerge as champions of Graydon Sealy Secondary Inter-house Sports held at the National Stadium. Amassing 883 points, Blue House were able to comfortably retain the title ahead of Green House who notched 722 points for second position and Orange House whose 636 points earned […]

Archer’s dilemma takes spotlight

Archer’s dilemma takes spotlight

With the rapidly growing global attention he has gained from his success in first-class and Twenty20 tournaments in a relatively short period, Jofra Archer must have a lot going through his mind. Just over four months ago following an outstanding season for Sussex in the English County Championship, the gifted 22-year-old Barbadian fast bowling all-rounder […]

Prime Gold

Prime Gold

The beautifully crafted 18-carat Sandy Lane Gold Cup arrived this afternoon at the Grantley Adams International Airport for what will be the 37th staging of the prestigious event on Saturday, March 2. Minted in England and flown into Barbados on British Airways, the coveted Cup was presented by Captain Richard Salmon to Minister of Culture, […]

Edwards, Shillingford shine for Volcanoes

Edwards, Shillingford shine for Volcanoes

Former West Indies vice-captain Kirk Edwards stroked a half-century to guide Windward Islands Volcanoes to their first win of the Regional Super50 last night. Chasing a modest 201 for victory in the day-night contest against English County Hampshire at Kensington Oval, Volcanoes reached their target in the 37th over with Edwards finishing unbeaten on 71. West […]