Sports

Dre Springer from Empire Juniors plays a square drive as Nathan Sealy from Fusionz Boutique Passage Juniors watches.

Sashin Marshall from Fusionz Boutique Passage Juniors about to bowl another delivery.

Passage Juniors dispatch neighbours Empire

A six-wicket win over Empire Juniors saw Fusionz Boutique Passage Juniors lifting their fifth championship trophy when the curtain came down on the Barbados Cricket Supplies Under-13 Tournament.

Brittons Hill Goalkeeper, Shaquille Frank, watches the play as Trevor Mayers of Paradise (left) looks to take a shot.

Player of the Game, Notre Dame’s Zeco Edmee, watching his back as two Empire defenders close in.

Brittons Hill get on the card in Premier League action

Brittons Hill United turned their fortunes around in fine style after getting off to a hard start in the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League.

Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Stephen Lashley (right); and Ambassador of Japan in Barbados, His Excellency Teruhiko Shinada, signed a Memorandum of Co-operation on Sports yesterday, as they sought to strengthen ties between Barbados and Japan.

Barbados, Japan sign Memorandum of Co-operation on Sports

THE ties between Barbados and Japan have now been strengthened via the Signing of a Memorandum of Co-operation on Sports, between the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth here and the Ministry of

It was a Trifecta for Christ Church Foundation School when they won their third consecutive BSSAC Girls’ title at the National Stadium yesterday, all be it shared with St. Michael’s.

The St. Michael School Cougars are the double crown champions of the Barbados Secondary Schools' Athletics Championships, successfully defending their Boys' title and sharing the Girls' with Christ Church Foundation School.

The victorious Open Girls’ 4x400m relay team of (from left) Rhea Hoyte, Asia Foster, Ashley Weekes, Ashlee Lowe.

HISTORIC TIE AT BSSAC

WITH everyone standing almost trackside, an epic battle for the Girls’ title went down to the last girls’ relay of the day with two points separating first and second place.

Triston Gibbons of Harrison College winning the Under 20 Boys’ Discus with a throw of 57.22m, which shattered the old mark of 53.36m, which he set earlier this month.

CLASS ACTS at bssac

Mary Fraser of Daryll Jordan Secondary and Layla Haynes of Harrison College started the spikes turning in the Girls’ Open 3000m, in what was a day of top class performances on Day 1 of the Finals

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