The number of teams in the Top Belair Progressive Organisation (TBPO) 9-a-side Football Championship has moved from 16 in 2019 to 20 this year. The Championship which will open at the Dauphine Playing on Sunday afternoon, will be played in two Groups of 10 teams each. Sunday afternoon’s Opening Ceremony at 3:00, will include the… Continue Reading →
The West Indies Women defeated Pakistan Women by 19 runs in the third and final unofficial practice Twenty/20 Cricket match in Australia yesterday, thereby winning the three-match series 2-nil. The second match of the series was cancelled because of rain. The scores: West Indies Women 122 for 7 off 20-overs; (Lee Ann Kirby 32 runs… Continue Reading →
In the Girls High School Athletics Championships, only three points separated Grimble House from Headmistress House at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex yesterday, and the Title was only decided in the Final event of the day, as Grimble House took the Title with 1,092 points to Headmistress House’s 1,089 points. Moffett House was third with… Continue Reading →
The Regional 1st Class Cricket Championship 4-Day match between the Windward Islands Volcanoes and Trinidad and Tobago Red Force ended in a draw at Windsor Park in Roseau, Dominica yesterday, the 4th and final day. The final scores: Trinidad and Tobago Red Force 374, the Windward Islands Volcanoes 293 for 8.
Hard Hitters, Nice Radio Clinchers, and Sion Hill Tallawahs advanced to the semi-finals of the Biabou Twenty/20 Softball Cricket Championship following quarter-final victories at the Biabou Playing Field, last weekend. Hard Hitters gained a 5-wicket win over Gairy’s Construction Simple Boys. The scores: Gairy’s Construction Simple Boys 105 for 9 off 20-overs; (Stein Joseph 32,… Continue Reading →