Defending Champions, Technical and Vocational Division and Year Two Arts, Sciences and General Studies made winning starts yesterday to the 2018 St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College QUICKCASH Volleyball Championship at the Villa Campus. Technical and Vocational Division defeated Year One Arts, Sciences and General Studies in straight sets 25-12, 25-22. Year Two Arts,… Continue Reading →
The Under-15 Secondary Schools 2018 Cricket Championship came to an end, when St. Vincent Grammar School defeated George Stephens Secondary School at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in a match reduced to 22 overs because of rain. They won the Title after a 68-runs victory. The scores: The St Vincent Grammar School 153-6 off 22… Continue Reading →
A Super-8 Cricket Championship involving the third batch of year two CAPE Physical Education Students at the St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College will be played at the Sion Hill Playing field starting 9:00 this morning. It is part of the practical assessment for Unit two of the CAPE Physical Education Programme. Each team… Continue Reading →
There were victory for Arnos Vale Methodist Church, and Church of Christ last night in the Churches Table Tennis Championship organized by the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Table Tennis Association at the West St. George Secondary School in Belair. Arnos Vale Methodist Church defeated Sudden District Adventist Church three games to two; Nixon Louis… Continue Reading →
The St Vincent and the Grenadines Basketball Federation began elimination training yesterday at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in preparation for the International Basketball Federation America / Caribbean Women’s Basketball Qualifying Tournament in Suriname in June. The training will continue at 4:30 on Wednesday afternoon at the same venue.
This year’s Secondary Schools Under-19 40-overs Cricket Championship took place yesterday, when Emmanuel High School Mesopotamia defeated Thomas Saunders Secondary School by eight wickets at Arnos Vale (2) Playing Field. Thomas Saunders Secondary School were dismissed for 89 off 21 overs after Keiron Williams had taken 4-39 and Zadian Da Breo captured 3-11. Emmanuel High… Continue Reading →