Category Archives: Sports

NATIONAL CLUB TOURNEY 1ST ROUND RESULTS

The first Round of the National Premier Division Club Championship took place last weekend at Victoria Park. Layou FC defeated Avenues United 3-1. Cheslon Hendrickson netted a hat-trick for Layou FC in the 52nd, 60th and 72nd minutes, while the goal for Avenues United was converted by Erel Hector in the 21st minute. Hope International… Continue Reading →

EX-JA CRICKETER PERRY FOR PRESIDENCY

Former Jamaica and West Indies off-spinner, Nehemiah Perry, is considering a bid to challenge for the post of Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) President next year. If confirmed, it could mean a second consecutive challenge for incumbent Wilford ‘Billy’ Heaven. Heaven easily saw off opposition from former vice-president Mark Neita in 2019 to secure a third… Continue Reading →

SVG COMMUNITY COLLEGE NETBALL

Bethel Young Lasses secured easy passage into the semi-finals of this year’s East Caribbean Group of Company’s Island Sipz Water St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College Invitational Netball Championship after their opponents, Year One Technical and Vocational Education failed to turn up for their quarter-final match at the Sion Hill Hard Court, yesterday afternoon…. Continue Reading →

DHL SVG TABLE TENNIS ASSOCIATION FINAL

Michel Creese of the Sean Stanley Table Tennis Academy dominated the St Vincent and the Grenadines Table Tennis Association’s final Championships for 2020, by winning two of the three Titles at the West St. George Secondary School, last weekend. Creese won the Under-15 Boys Title with an 11-7, 11-9 victory over Caleb Howard also of… Continue Reading →

ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES NETBALL ASSOCIATION FAST5 NETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Another three matches are scheduled to be played tomorrow in the St Vincent and the Grenadines Netball Association Fast5 Netball Championship at the Kingstown Netball Centre, in New Montrose. At 5:00 in the afternoon, Dutch Lady Clinchers will face X-CEED Sports Club, later at 5:30, Major Blazers will clash with National Properties Netters, and at… Continue Reading →