Barbados’ Oein Josiah (centre) took first place in his age group and was sixth overall. Here he is flanked by Jason Costelloe (left) of Trinidad and Tobago and Stevie Blankenship of Canada the second and third place finishers in the age group.

Josiah finishes in top 10 of Rainbow Triathlon Cup 2018

Local triathlete Oein Josiah keeps testing his limits and has turned in one of his best finishes to date with a sixth-place finish in the Massy Rainbow Cup held over this past weekend in Tobago.

Stanton Rose, Captain of Guyana, was a man on a mission, beating every Bajan defender to the hoop and hustling to get his team the series win. He had a game-high 15 points as well.

Mark Bridgeman of Barbados was born to score. Here, he finishes a put-back in traffic.

Guyana’s high-flyer, Ray Victor, came off the bench to easily score 13 points and 7 rebounds, including this one, in 21 minutes.

Guyana stuns Barbados to take Border Clash

IN what was to be Barbados’ moment on home soil in the first basketball series/tournament in 18 years, Guyana upset the apple cart with a 79-68 victory over the home boys to claim the 2018 Border C

Porey Spring are having a tough time in their debut year as they are still yet to win a game.

The Compton players and management appealing a play during the evening’s first game against the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme.

Wales rock Notre Dame in St. Michael derby

It was a brace from former national player Arantees Lawrence that paved the way for defending cham-pions Weymouth Wales as they rolled to yet another win in the Barbados Football Association’s Prem

Harold Adams of Guyana finished with a team-high 15 points. In this play, he draws a foul from Charles Vanderpool and earns his way to the line.

Sharp Shooter, Keefe Birkett of Barbados, finished with a tied game-high 15 points.

It was a full-out battle in the paint for rebounds.

Guyana evens the Border Clash score

WITH eight minutes left on the clock, Guyana took the lead in the Border Clash Basketball Series yesterday at the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex and it would be a lead they would never re-linquish

Phillipa Challis, Trustee of the Sandy Lane Charitable Trust, encouraged the graduates to use what they learned from the SFL programme to make an immediate change and influence all those around them.

Regina Brewster was honoured for her work in IT and Maths.

Shakayla Coward and Darian Daniel were Cricketers of the Year.

10 years of Sports for Life

“Success is Earned, Not Given” was the theme for the graduation ceremony of Sports for Life (SFL) held this past weekend where Trustee of the Sandy Lane Charitable Trust, Phillipa Challis, reminded


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