Caleb Howard and Akeil De Roche will contest the Boys Final of this year’s Secondary Schools Table Tennis Championships after victories in the semi-finals at the St Vincent Grammar School. De Roche defeated Andre Mitchell 11-3, 4-11, 11-9, 13-11 in one semi-final. In the other, Howard beat Michel Creese 11-7, 10-12, 11-6, 12-10. In the… Continue Reading →
Three matches in the first round of the French Verandah/National Lotteries Authority Divisional Football Championship will be played this afternoon at the Sion Hill Playing Field. Defending champions, Year One Arts, Sciences and General Studies will meet Just Graduated Combined at 1:15 and the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force Youth Club will… Continue Reading →
In the HAIROUN/National Lotteries Authority North East Football League, Brownstown United defeated Overland 5-nil on Wednesday afternoon at the Chili Playing Field in Georgetown. Kadeem Duncan, Kevorn Cuffy, Palron Medica, Devorn Latham and Kenroy Ollivierre scored a goal each for Brownstown United. This afternoon at 4:15, there will be a Premier Division match between All… Continue Reading →
Yesterday’s inclement weather also affected the Bank of St Vincent and the Grenadines Barrouallie Football League at the Kearton’s Playing Field where the match between Pyola and Layou could not be played because of the poor condition of the field. Today’s scheduled match at 4:30 is between Vermont and Glebe United.
Yesterday’s inclement weather forced the postponement of the match at the Grammar School Playing Field between SVG Post and E. D Layne’s in the Firms Division of the DIGIEL/St Vincent Brewery Breakaway Firms Invitational Football Championship. This afternoon at 4:25, the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force will meet R and R Construction… Continue Reading →
St Vincent and the Grenadines, Windward Islands and West Indies left-arm, fast bowler, Kenroy Peters took five wickets and scored 33 runs for Plenty Cricket Club in their first game for the season in the Barclays Shield League in Australia. The defending champions, Riverside batted first and made 185 off 79.5 overs in the 80… Continue Reading →