THE Junior Baseball League of Nassau completed its Draft this weekend and teams are now finalising their rosters to start the 2018 season. Thirty-seven teams and 470 young boys and girls will compete in the league’s 29th season of youth baseball and
Eleven new meet records were set, and the two-team race for the 2017 Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools Track and Field title has already developed atop the standings following day one.
STILL a year away from competition, the Bahamas’ junior national team now knows its destination for the 2013 FIBA Americas U-16 Championship For Men.
THE Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) Junior Tennis Nationals came to a successful end at the National Tennis Centre over the weekend.
The Bahamas now has a total of 25 medals and is in second place in the standings after two days of competition at the 2018 Flow CARIFTA Track and Field Championships.
AFTER another win against a U Sports ranked opponent, Leashja Grant and the Lakehead Thunderwolves head into the winter break with a national ranking of their own.
Christine Duncombe age 46 years, Resident of Andros Avenue, died at The Princess Margaret Hospital on Thursday 11th July 2019. Left to cherish her memories are brothers, Patrick, Garth, Herbert of U S Kevin, Sammy, John & Victor, sisters, Bonevla, ...
THE Bahamas again played host to top international junior baseball talent as local entities teamed with the National Wood Bat Travel Ball Association to host the NWTBA World Championship “Baseball in Paradise.”
WITH the 8th Annual International Junior Rugby Festival approaching, the talented youth from Freeport Rugby Football Club (FRFC) travelled to Florida to gain some much-needed experience against quality competition in the inaugural Weston Rugby Challe
Cable Bahamas and the Government’s mobile liberalisation team are working “at high frequency” to ensure the second operator can launch early in 2016, and believe they are well-placed to attract investors for the majority 51 per cent ownership interest.
NOW holding the longest winning streak in high school sports, the CH Reeves Raptors captured their eighth consecutive Government Secondary Schools Sports Assocaition (GSSSA) title and again established themselves as the dominant junior track and field programme in the country.
A WIN in the final event of the day widened the margin for the St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine as they continue their bid to unseat the Queen’s College Comets as BAISS track and field champions. Headed into day three, just 13.50 points separa
A seminar hosted by the U-CAN-U-WILL-WITH-GOD organisation seeks to help individuals tap into entrepreneurial success through a godly process. Organisers of the seminar said the key to bring ideas to fruition
THE Bahamas closed out its history-making appearance at the 2018 CARIFTA Aquatic Championships with its final event in Kingston, Jamaica.The Open Water 5K Swim was the final segment of the event and six Bahamian swimmers took to the course at James B
THE Bahamas’ 30 member strong water polo team concluded three days of competition this weekend at the 2016 CARIFTA Water Polo championships in Trinidad & Tobago.
THROUGH no fault of their own, Team Bahamas finished seventh after they were eventually able to compete at the 16th Caribbean Union of Teachers Track and Field Championships.
I have been involved with or watching sports my entire life and after becoming a father you can add coaching youth baseball to my resume.