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Jones leads Suns to victory with 27 points

For the second consecutive game, Bahamian WNBA star Jonquel Jones posted another season-high total.

Wildcats end Bahamas tour with 4-0 record

The winningest programme in men’s college basketball history recently completed its second foreign tour in the Bahamas hoping that the early tests will set the tone for the team to fulfill the lofty expectations of the preseason rankings.

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Presbyterian College beat UB Mingoes in thriller

Kemsy Sylvestre lead the UB Mingoes with 25 points and 10 rebounds in their 85-76 loss to Presbyterian College Tuesday at The Kendal Issacs Gym in Summer of Thunder action.

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Isnord heads to Connecticut for 2018-19 season

Wilkenson “Kenny” Isnord continues to boost his recruitment stock this offseason and is now headed to an elite prep school programme this fall.

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Great Exuma Classic winners

The Bahamas Golf Federation held it’s annual Great Exuma Classic last weekend at the Sandals Emerald Bay Golf Course and extends congratulations to the following winners.

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MJ seeking assistance to pursue his professional football dream

Having to run nearly three miles in the heat every day for training did not deter him from his passion for football, neither did being held up by robbers three times. No matter the challenges – financial or otherwise – Medwelth “MJ” Curry Jr is determined to pursue his love for the game and one day maybe even play as a professional.

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Silver for national volleyball team

The Bahamas men’s national volleyball fell short in their bid to regain the CAZOVA (Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association) Championships that they last held in 2012, losing to host Suriname in the championship game on Tuesday night at the Ismay Van Wilgen Sporthal in Parimaribo, Suriname.

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Thomas aims to sparkle in Diamond League

IN what has turned out to be his most productive season in quite a while, Donald Thomas has secured back-to-back medals at the two major international track and field competitions this year.

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Hooping by the Park ‘a tremendous success’

The inaugural Hooping by the Park Basketball Tournament, held over the Emancipation holiday weekend at Freedom Park in Fox Hill, was termed a tremendous success by organiser Jabari Wilmott.

Chisholm continues hot streak in Single A-Advance baseball

Jazz Chisholm continues to garner international media attention for a hot streak at the plate since his progression to Single A-Advanced baseball.The Diamondbacks No. 2 prospect was recognised by several outlets for a standout performance Sunday nigh

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National volleyball team bounces back with victory over Haiti

AFTER losing a marathon five setter to hosts Suriname the night before, the Bahamas men’s national volleyball team regrouped and took care of Haiti in four sets on Monday to keep their hopes alive for a shot at the gold medal at the CAZOVA (Caribbean

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Tributes to softball executive Greg Christie

LONG time Grand Bahamian softball executive Greg Christie, a class of 2003 World Softball Hall of Fame inductee, died on Monday morning at the Princess Margaret Hospital as a result of heart complications. The former media consultant, 70, was a forme

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Runners come out in support of Jonique Webb

On Saturday, persons from all walks of life showed up to lend their support to former Jordan Prince Williams High School multiple athlete Jonique Webb in her battle against lupus.A ‘Fighting Lupus, Finding Hope - Jonique’s Beast Mode’ run/walk race w

Bahamians help Diamondbacks reach playoffs

With a pair of Bahamian players on its roster, the AZL Diamondbacks clinched its first-ever playoff berth in the Arizona Rookie League.Kristian Robinson and Dominique Collie helped the Diamondbacks to secure the playoff spot when they swept Sunday’s

UB Mingoes face Presbyterian College tonight

The University of Bahamas Mingoes Men’s Basketball team will face Presbyterian College tonight in the team’s second game of The Summer of Thunder Series.The Migoes play Presbyterian College 6pm Tuesday at The Kendal Issacs Gym after losing to Marshal