April 20, 2012
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KEITH Butler, arguably one of the greatest shortstops to play in the game of fast-pitch softball, was remembered by his Budweiser Eagles as one of the potent pieces to their dominance of the New Providence Softball Association. Butler, 63, died on O
WITH the national high school tournament completed over the weekend, the Bahamas Softball Federation now switches its attention to the national round robin tournament this weekend. Softball enthusiasts will congregate again at the Baillou Hills Spor
THE championship matchups in the junior division are set and some familiar opponents will face off once again to decide Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary School Softball titles.In the junior boys, the St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine
WITH the crowning of its men’s champions on Saturday, the New Providence Softball Association brought down the curtain on the first-year presidency of Henry Dean.
THE New Providence Oldtimers Softball Association’s regular season action continued in the Archdeacon William Thompson Softball Park at the Southern Recreation Grounds over the weekend.
THOMAS Davis was very stingy on the mound and Teran Wood delivered the big offensive blow as he led the defending champions Commando Security Truckers to an impressive 11-0 rout over the Chances Mighty Mitts to open the New Providence Softball Association’s 2016 season.
THEY came up just short in the BAISS senior boys softball championship series last season, but the CW Saunders Cougars have already set their sights on correcting those mistakes and making a run at the 2014 title.
THE stage is now set for the Bahamas Softball Federation’s 2013 National Round Robin and Championship series.
THE Proper Care Pool Lady Sharks find themselves right where manager Stephen ‘Bishop’ Beneby wants them. Now he’s convinced that they will finally close the door on the Sigma Brackettes at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex tonight.
THE Sigma Brackettes and the Arnette’s Sporting Lounge Hitmen are now in the driver’s seats of their respective New Providence Softball Association ladies’ and men’s best-of-seven championship series that could wrap up at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Tuesday night.
JUST before the best-of-seven championship series is completed, the New Providence Softball Association will take the time to honour six of its former and present managers and coaches.
They asked for the Proper Care Pool Lady Sharks to be their opponents in the New Providence Softball Association ladies best-of-seven championship series and they got the pennant winners.
THE Arnette’s Sporting Lounge Hitmen won the New Providence Softball Association men’s pennant. Now they are hoping that they can go all the way and win the championship title as well.
THE Pressure Hot Batters defeated the Police Crime Stoppers 11-9 in seven innings on Saturday night to take a 2-0 lead in their Exuma Softball Association’s best-of-seven championship series. The Hot Ballers won game one 6-5 on Thursday.
DIVISION leaders kept atop the standings in the New Providence Softball Association with a pair of Saturday night contests that went the distance at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.
THE Junior Baseball League of Nassau emerged as the dominant team of the Grand Bahama Port Authority’s 11th Andre Rodgers National Championships.
THE Bankers Softball League continued its regular season at the Bankers Field, Baillou Hills Sporting Complex, with Fidelity out-slugging BAF 15-12 on Wednesday night.
AVERY Rolle spun a four-hitter with six strike outs to help the AG Construction Buccaneers jump out to a quick start in the men’s division of the New Providence Softball Association 2013 season.
THE Bahamas Government Departmental Softball Association continued its 2013 season at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex over the weekend.
THE Masters Softball League's best-of-five championship series between the USS Truckers and Williams Construction Jets is all tied at 1-1.
WHEN the ECAST Softball Tournament gets underway on Thursday in Grand Bahama, the Bahamas will be playing against three other countries for the one spot to go to the World Games in Cali, Colombia, in July.
ANOTHER version of the New Providence versus Grand Bahama rivalry is all set to take place this weekend at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex when the Ministry of Education hosts the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association vs the Grand Bahama Secondary Schools Athletic Association’s Softball Showdown.
THE prominence of the Bahamas in the region as a softball power will hopefully again be realised as the country prepares to host the initial English Caribbean Ladies Softball Championship and World Games Qualifier in Freeport, Grand Bahama.
GOLDEN Gates pulled off a pair of victories over Macedonia Baptist to remain undefeated in the Baptist Sports Council’s 2012 Softball Classic at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Saturday.
Beginning tonight, the local governing body for softball gears up for the climax of the Bahamas Softball Federation (BSF) season.
Just like the Bommer G Operators, the Bommer G Truckers clinched the New Providence Softball Association men’s championship title with a four-game sweep over arch rivals Dorin United Hitmen in the Banker’s Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex Tuesday night.
Both Bommer G teams will look to close out their respective NPSA Championship series tomorrow night, threatening to sweep with commanding 3-0 leads.
Stark contrasts in game one of both New Providence Softball Association championship series, with a high scoring finish in the ladies division, followed by a pitchers’ duel in the men’s nightcap.
Alcott Forbes fired a three-hitter and both Rashad Seymour and Geron Sands homered as the Dorin United Hitmen blasted the YII Shipping Bulldogs 13-0 in four innings to snatch a 1-0 lead in their semifinal of the New Providence Softball Association men’s best-of-five playoff series last night.
FOUR games into the tournament, Team Bahamas finally got in the win column of the VIII Pan American Men’s Softball Championship.
A tough opening day for Team Bahamas in international softball competition. However, there remains a window to qualify.
PREPARATIONS are underway as the local governing body for softball gears up for the climax of the Bahamas Softball Federation (BSF) season.
A PAIR of contrasting finishes in both divisions highlighted play in the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) on Tuesday night.
THE Bommer G Operators and Truckers have one thing in common. They both acquired some top-notch pitching during the off-season and it is already paying off big dividends in the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA).
FOLLOWING a weekend of cancelled game's due to heavy wind and rain, the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) continued its schedule at Blue Hills Sporting Complex on Tuesday night.
THE sound of "play ball" will ring out Saturday night as the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) kicks off its 2012 season under new management with an improvement to the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.