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NAUGHTY'S NFL PICKS: 'I hate, but respect Aaron Rodgers'

LET me start by saying “I hate you Aaron Rodgers.”No further comments, yes I’m still salty, now let’s get to the PICKS.THURSDAYEAGLES vs PANTHERSThe “Cambodian Express” continues to sail down the track.A revitalised, shades of his MVP season, Cam New

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ART OF GRAPHIX: Nailing down true forms of creativity

Reva Dean, pictured, is quickly becoming a popular household name in our community. This young lady makes magic wherever she goes, using her creative charm and ability to maximum effect.This lady, who wears many hats as a play writer, author, relatio

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BOWLINGKALIK SUMMER LEAGUECOMPETITION in the Kalik Summer Bowling League started last night with a record nine teams competing for a 1st place prize of $1,200, 2nd place of $600 and 3rd place $400. Teams are composed of at least six players who spons

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Ten teams in Kalik Bowling battle

TEN teams are participating in the 2018 Kalik Bowling Team Tournament for a first place prize of $1,200, second place of $600 and third place prize of $400. The top male player in competition on Monday night was Lee Davis of The Advocates with a 251

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THE ART OF GRAPHIX: Forward-looking design that never goes back

The only time we should ever look back in life is to see how far we have come. This is definitely something to ponder considering the many challenges, failures and disappointments that sometimes seem to follow us each day.Whether we believe in this m

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Strike Force's Greg Taylor top scorer in Financial Bowling League

THE top scorer in the Financial Bowling League competition Wednesday night was Greg Taylor of the Strike Force with a 262 high game and a 651 high three game set.The runner-up was teammate Stan Bethel with a 612 second high set. Ural Pratt of the Moo

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Lyford Cay Classic tournament winners on course for success

The Bahamas Golf Federation recently hosted it’s latest tournament, the Lyford Cay Classic, the first Stapleford Points event in Nassau for the 2017 season. The event had a mixture of male, female and junior golfers. The BGF extended its congratulati

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New Providence Cycling Association's Father's Day Invitational Time Trials

THE New Providence Cycling Association held its Father’s Day Invitational Time Trials on Sunday at the Clifton Heritage Park. Here’s a look at the results posted:JUNIOR GIRLSKami Roach, 38.83; Erin Pritchard, 39.26; Sennen Fitzmaurice, 46.28; Sienna

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Bahamian pastor makes history

Bahamian Dr Leonard Johnson has been appointed the new executive secretary of the InterAmerican Division of Seventh-Day Adventist Church.He was installed in a ceremony held November 10 in Haiti, as the first pastor from an English-speaking territory

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More men than women in inaugural Family Fun Run/Walk

NOT as many competitors as anticipated showed up to participate in the Bahamas National Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention men’s department inaugural Family Fun Run/Walk Race.The early morning riser on Sunday was opened to the general publ

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Team Bahamas named for CAC Games

THE Bahamas Olympic Committee announced its largest team, comprising of 60 athletes - 21 coaches and three team officials in a contingent of 84 from nine disciplines - for the 23rd Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia.In joi

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BOWLINGCITY BOWLING LEAGUEDerrick Burrows of the Asurewin Pocket Pleasers was the most valuable player of the City Bowling League with a 648 high three game set on Monday night at Mario’s Bowling and Family Entertainment Centre.David Slat

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Oldtimers Softball heats up

THE New Providence Oldtimers Softball Association continued its regular season with a series of games in the Archdeacon William Thompson Softball Park at the Southern Recreation Grounds over the weekend. Here’s a summary of the games:SWD Boyz 23, DKS

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VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

THERE is no higher individual player honour we award than the Grand Bahama Sports.com/GBSSAA Volleyball Players of the Year. They demonstrate the very best our sport has to offer as chosen in consultation with the head coaches for each high school le

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Sands Beer Cup to be awarded to golfer with most net points

EARLIER in the year the Bahamas Golf Federation and the Bahamian Brewery and Beverage Company announced a new event called the Sands Beer Cup. The Cup, which is being specially designed by Sands Beer, will be awarded to the golfer with the most net

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IAN FERGUSON: How small businesses can adjust to VAT hike

The Bahamas is embroiled in a heated, and somewhat divisive, national conversation regarding taxation. Many, including the private sector, are concerned about the adverse impact this might have on consumer spending patterns and, ultimately, our alrea

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Masters Softball League regular season continues

THE Masters Softball League continued its regular season action over the weekend at the Archdeacon William Thompson Softball Park at the Southern Recreation Grounds.• Here’s a summary:Corner Boyz 24, Tiki Hut 0Jayson Sweeting had a huge day, going 4-

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Financial Bowling League results

THE top scorer in Financial Bowling League competition on Wednesday night at Mario’s Bowling and Family Entertainment Centre was Sonith Lockhart of Rubis Oil Stars, who struck for his highest game and highest three game series ever. Lockhart mowed do

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Meditation - Starting all over again

As I write this reflection, the hurricane has just finished raging in our northern islands. What heart-wrenching scenes and heart-rending cries from our people stranded on roofs, in flooded homes and ongoing hurricane force winds, torrential rain, an

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Bowling Federation to stage national team coaching clinic

Following the successful completion of its National Squad Trials in December at Mario’s Bowling and Family Entertainment, the Bahamas Bowling Federation is looking forward to a change in its qualifying selection process this year.Tyrone Knowles, who

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