KADEEM Coleby continues his professional basketball career in the Middle East with a new club in Bahrain.
EVERYTHING to this point has been an exhibition (except for Michigan State and their ridiculous schedule). The Battle 4 Atlantis is where the real competition begins for the eight teams featured at the Imperial Arena.
IESHA Shepherd, back home on a break from participating in a tennis academy in the United States, picked up her first win in the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s Goombay Splash Bowl.
AS work on the long-promised Andre Rodgers Baseball Stadium advanced last week with the announcement that the government has opted for the installation of a synthetic field at the new facility, I for one issued a round applause from my little corner of the local sporting universe.
NCAA Men’s Division I basketball moved into its second week and several Bahamian players were in action over the weekend.
Two new champions were crowned yesterday at Arawak Cay as O’Neil Williams, making his debut, and Suzannah Eneas, improving on her first appearance last year, finished as the top competitors in the Roadmasters’ fourth annual Bahamas Half Marathon.
THE Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture held its 2016 National Sports Awards in the ballroom at the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island on Saturday night.
THE Sand Between Your Toes Showcase proved to be a welcoming homecoming experience for the most highly regarded high school basketball prospect in America.
THE New Providence Basketball Association had some interesting games over the weekend as the division II swung into high gear along with the division one play at the AF Adderley Gymnasium.
BAHAMIAN players are prominently featured on several of the top teams in the latest men’s basketball national rankings for the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association.