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Darian King is seen here powering his cross-court forehand before the rain came.

Venezuela’s Ricardo Rodriguez-Pace sprinted for this ball and plays a cross-court sliced backhand.

Some of the mop-up efforts after the rain came.

Rain interrupts Barbados fight in Davis Cup Tie

AFTER just one hour and 25 minutes, the sky opened and halted the fourth rubber of the Americas Zone Group II Tie between Barbados and Venezuela at the Barbados Tennis Centre in Wildey yesterday.

Rising Stars rose to the top to take home the E-Z Pave, KFC, BABA Summer Jam U23 3x3 competition. (from left) Rachad Hall, Deroni Hurley, Rasheed Maynard and Keserian Adams.

Young stars rise to the occasion

It was somewhat of a family affair as the two brothers on opposing teams locked horns in the finals of the E-Z Pave, KFC Barbados Amateur Basketball Association Summer Jam 3x3 competition, but it w

Barbados’ Darian King took time out to sign autographs for the school children that made the trip to watch the Barbados Davis Cup team play.

Darian King only spent 29 minutes on the court before his opponent retired.

Barbados, Venezuela all even after first day of Davis Cup

Barbados’ Darian King had a light workout when his opponent retired from the match to allow Barbados to draw level with Venezuela 1-1 in their Americas Zone Group II Davis Cup Tie.

Managing Director Errol Lynch of E-Z Pave (in white shirt), one of the sponsors, hands over the sponsorship cheque at the start of the E-Z Pave, KFC U23 3x3 Tournament last weekend at Clapham.

Great summer for youth basketball

With the conclusion of the Barbados Amateur Basketball Association (BABA) U-23 Summer Jam 3x3 competition slated for this Saturday, it must be said that it has been an exciting Summer Jam for local

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