The 2019 Caribbean Gymnastics Championships took place in Trinidad and Tobago on the weekend. Katriel Bailey was the highest all round and individual scorer for St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Bailey scored 9.4 on the Vault, 9.65 on the Bars, 9.4 on the Beam and 9.3 on the Floor for an overall score of 37.75…. Continue Reading →
16-Teams will take part in two Zones of the 2019 Hairoun Diamonds Football Championship which will get underway on Sunday at the Diamonds Playing Field. The Opening Ceremony will witness the usual Parade of the competing teams and will hear addresses from Government and Sports Officials, to be followed by a Women’s friendly match between… Continue Reading →
Yesterday afternoon, in the Kirk Da Silva/St. Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation/Expose SVG Marriaqua Village Football Championships, Hill 16 outplayed Fair Hall beating them, 11-2 at the Cane End Playing Field. The Championships have been suspended until Sunday to make way for the P’tani Carnival.
This year’s Programme for Olympic Week will open with a Church Service at the Kingstown Baptist Church on Sunday and will conclude with a Cycle Road Race on 23rd June. On 19th June, there will be broadcasts of Messages by the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach and President of the… Continue Reading →
The second round of matches in the Keegan’s Bequia Premier League Twenty/20 Cricket Championship will be played this weekend at the Clive Tannis Playing Field in Port Elizabeth, Bequia. Tomorrow afternoon at 2:00, Bequia Express/Dem Bequia Boys Port Elizabeth will meet Bequia Venture/BOS Marine Royal Challengers, and on Sunday morning at 10:00, Sugar Reef Bequia… Continue Reading →
Calliaqua and North Windward won Wednesday’s matches of the Hairoun All Windward Community Football League. Calliaqua defeated Stubbs 4-nil at the Brighton Playing Field where Zeddie Millington, Kentish Bascombe, Lyndon Simon and T. Gloster scored a goal each for Calliaqua. At the London Playing Field in Sandy Bay, North Windward beat Greggs 2-1. The brothers,… Continue Reading →
In the FLOW/CARIB Marriaqua Softball Cricket Championship last weekend: Bank of St Vincent and the Grenadines All Stars won by default over Downstreet Strikers. Hard Hitters defeated the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force by 61 runs. The scores: Hard Hitters 125-8 off 20 overs (Saleme George 3-12), the Royal St Vincent and… Continue Reading →