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Sports Notes

SOFTBALL

BAISS STANDINGS

AFTER the first three weeks of competition in the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools’ softball competition, there are still a few teams undefeated.

In the junior boys’ division, the St Andrew’s Hurricanes and Nassau Christian Academy Crusaders are both 3-0.

St Anne’s Bluewaves are 3-1 and the defending champions St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine are 2-1.

In the junior girls’ division, Nassau Christian Academy and Queen’s College are both 2-0, while defending champions St Augustine’s College is 1-0 and the Kingsway Academy Saints are 1-1.

In the senior boys’ division, the Charles W Saunders Cougars, defending champions St Augustine’s College and Nassau Christian Academy are all 3-1, while Kingsway Academy and Jordan Prince Williams Falcons are both 3-2.

And in the senior girls’ division, St Augustine’s College, the defending champions, are 5-0. St Anne’s is 4-0 and Jordan Prince Williams and St Andrew’s are both 2-1.

Week four will commence 4pm today with the junior girls and senior boys in action. They will also play on Wednesday and Friday. The junior boys and senior girls will be in action on Tuesday and Thursday.

GSSSA

NO ACTION YET

THE Government Secondary Schools Sports Association has yet to announce when they will commence their 2015/16 season.

By now, the association should have already started its volleyball league, but a dispute in the administration of the league has forced a delay in the start of the games. So far, no word has been released on when the league will get started.

VOLLEYBALL

NPVA ACTION

THE New Providence Volleyball Association’s 2015 season is currently underway at the DW Davis Gymnasium. The league, headed by Jennifer Dotson, play a double header on Wednesday and Friday nights starting at 7:30pm and on Sundays at 3:30pm.

SOFTBALL

BSC CLASSIC

THE Baptist Sports Council has announced that its 2015 softball classic will begin at the Banker’s Field in the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Saturday, November 7.

The league will feature competition in the under 15, under-19, co-ed and men’s division. The registration fee is $200 per team per division.

Interested teams are urged to contact either Brent Stubbs at stubbobs@gmail.com, Jonique Webb at joniquewebb@hotmail.com or Nicola Major at seek_ye_first@hormail.com by Friday, September 25 to confirm participation.

VOLLEYBALL

BSC CLASSIC

THE Baptist Sports Council has announced that its 2015 volleyball classic will be held at the DW Davis Gymnasium on Saturday, October 31.

The league will comprise of the ladies and men’s divisions or a co-ed will replace the ladies if there isn’t sufficient teams. The registration fee is $200 per team. Interested teams are urged to contact either Brent Stubbs at stubbobs@gmail.com, Jonique Webb at joniquewebb@hotmail.com or Nicola Major at seek_ye_first@hormail.com by Friday, September 25 to confirm their participation.

ALL FILIPINO

BASKETBALL/

VOLLEYBALL

THE OPWI All Filipino Friendship Games 2015 are currently being played at the DW Davis Gymnasium every Sunday with four teams in the men’s basketball and four in the women’s volleyball competition.

BSC TRACK MEET

BECAUSE of the public holiday weekend, the Baptist Sports Council has announced that it will move its 2015 track and field competition from Saturday, October 10 to Saturday, November 14 at the Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium. At that time, the BSC will attempt to introduce its battle of the band, step and banner competitions between the various associations within the Baptist organisation.

Interested persons are asked to contact Brent Stubbs at stubbobs@gmail.com, Trevor Moss at tmoss@bahamas.com or Deno Cartwright at denovcartwright@gmail.com y Friday, September 25 to confirm their participation.

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