In the Bank of St Vincent and the Grenadines/ HAIROUN Barrouallie Football Championship, Predators of North Leeward went on a goal scoring spree yesterday afternoon, beating Pace Development Black Sands Resort 10-nil at the Keartons Playing Field. This afternoon at 4:30, Legends will play against PYOLA of Layou at the same venue.
A Mark Williams goal gave the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force a 1-nil win over Massy Stores yesterday afternoon, in the Firms Division of the DIGICEL/St Vincent Brewery Breakaway Masters Invitational Football Championship at the Grammar School Playing Field. Je Belles defeated Triangle Academy 2-1 in the Agricultural Input Warehouse Under-16 Division…. Continue Reading →
Rain severely affected last weekend’s matches of the Caesar’s Real Estate/HAIROUN/FLOW Twenty/20 Softball Cricket Championship at the Greggs Playing Field. The match between Bank of St Vincent and the Grenadines All Stars and Sunset Strikers was abandoned because of rain. Owia Young Strikers defeated Challengers by 14 runs in a match reduced to 15-overs because… Continue Reading →
South Side United and Defenders won last weekend’s matches in the Keegan’s Bequia Twenty/20 Cricket Championship at the Clive Tannis Playing Field in Port Elizabeth, Bequia. South Side United defeated Bequia Venture/BOS Royal Challengers by 10 wickets. The scores: Bequia Venture/BOS Royal Challengers 57 for 7 off 8.5-overs; (Bevan Stowe 2 wickets for no run,… Continue Reading →
The Agape Performing Arts Theatre is preparing to host a major project in collaboration with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), to promote the Theatre Arts among Vincentians. Managing Director of the Agape Performing Arts Theatre, Kevin Rodriguez tells NBC News, the program which kicks off on August 31st, will focus on Theatre… Continue Reading →
The Child Justice Bill is one of five listed to be dealt with, at a meeting of Parliament slated for today. The Bill is currently being examined by a Select Committee. Four other Bills are listed to be read for the first time: the Banking Amendment Bill; the Official Small Payments Amendment Bill; the Marine… Continue Reading →