May 21, 2013
May 21, 2013
English Premiership giants Tottenham Hotspur are in the Bahamas for a glamour friendly against the Jamaican 'Reggae Boyz' national team.
THE Jamaican Reggae Boyz men’s national soccer team is in town.
WITH less than a month to go before they travel, the Bahamas Basketball Federation is still scrambling to put together the puzzle for the boys under-16 national team that will compete at the FIBA Tournament of Americas.
While the Scotiabank Defenders, with the addition of professional player Byron Ferguson, successfully defended their men’s title in the third annual Scotiabank “Defend Ya Spike” Volleyball Tournament at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium, the Auto Mall Boomers made their debut by clinching the women’s title.
Antoan Richardson has moved one step closer to once again playing in the Major League of Baseball.
SPORTS World Ministries, a nationally known non-profit organisation that sends former professional athletes across the United States to share their personal life experiences and encourage students to make positive choices with a message of hope, is coming to the Bahamas.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club are looking forward to travelling here to play a “hard-fought match” against the Jamaican “Reggae Boyz” at the new Thomas A Robinson National Stadium next Thursday. But before they arrive, forward Clinton Dempsey said they have to take care of some important business in England.
SWIFT swimming club had its best performance thus far at the 2013 US Masters Swimming Spring Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana.
SHERMAN “Tank” Williams’ return to the ring hit a major snag with the withdrawal of Romanian heavyweight Bogdan Dinu from this weekend’s bout.
GOVERNMENT has identified land in the Family Islands to build first-class sporting facilities, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday.
ALL three pennant winners will have the opportunity to finish off the Baptist Sports Council’s 2013 basketball season as double champions when the best-of-three finals gets underway at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex this weekend.
IN preparation for the inaugural international soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and the Jamaican “Reggae Boyz,”the National Sports Authority (NSA) has engaged the service of Nick Phillips to ensure that the turf on the infield of the new Thomas A Robinson National Stadium is in tip-top shape to play on next week.
National Sports Authority chairman Leroy Archer said the new Thomas A Robinson National Stadium is “stadium ready” for the hosting of Tottenham Hotspur versus Jamaican “Reggae Boyz” exhibition game 8pm Thursday, May 23.
IN a relatively short time span, the Bahamas has become a major regional player in beach soccer and now the Bahamas Football Association seeks to join the rest of the Caribbean in making the development of the budding sport a major initiative.
Andre Villas-Boas has been to the Bahamas before but is eager to return simply because he’s bringing his famed Tottenham Hotspur soccer club to play an exhibition match against Jamaica’s “Reggae Boyz” in the new Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium on May 23.