Brittons Hill United wormed their way back up to second place in the Barbados Premier League after taking their seventh won of the season.
IT was going to be a tough game for both Royals Sports Club and Spartans and in the end it was the latter who were the 53-51 victors.
Harrison College A and Queen’s College remain undefeated at the top of the Co-operators General Insurance Under-16 Schools’ Basketball competition standings.
FROM LEFT: FIFA Director of Development for Africa and the Caribbean, Veron Mosenga-Omba; former Manchester United footballer, Dwight Yorke; FIFA Secretary General, Fatma Samoura; and FIFA Vice President and CONCACAF President, Victor Montagliani, as they cut the ribbon to officially open the office yesterday.
After operating in Barbados since the latter part of last year, the FIFA Regional Office was officially inaugurated yesterday at its Hythe Gardens headquarters.
A good night of basketball saw ACS United and Spartans come away with wins in the Co-operators General Insurance Barbados Amateur Basketball Associa-tion First Division league competition this past