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THE University of The Bahamas men’s soccer team is expected to hit the pitch this weekend in its second set of matches in almost two years.
After he completed his collegiate eligibility, Rondre Knowles-Tener now has his sights set on the National Football League and that journey began in earnest with a showcase of some of the best prospects from Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) programmes.
WHILE the weather did not cooperate over the weekend at the Roscoe Davies Soccer Complex, this did not dampen the spirit of the competitors in the men and women divisions of the Hummel Cup Soccer Tournament.
AS competition is slowly coming back on stream, The University of The Bahamas men’s soccer team is getting ready for competition with a series of scrimmages.
Rondre Knowles-Tener and his Virginia-Wise Cavaliers football programme got their 2021 campaign off to a record setting start in an opening day win.
FOLLOWING the latest window of FIBA 2023 World Qualifiers, several national team members were back with their respective clubs as they prepared for a run to the postseason.
AN exhibition is being held by artist Jé-Rome Harris Miller, titled Colours of Celebration 2022. The event will be held tonight at the Dean Patrick L Adderley venue at Christ Church Cathedral Hall on George Street, at 6pm.
STUDENTS of the L W Young Boys and Girls Empowerment Club participated in a one-day seminar at the Fox Hill Community Centre on Friday.
TRAVIS Munnings and his Portuguese club advanced to the league final while Zane Knowles and his Bulgarian club received a favourable ruling in arbitration to keep their playoff hopes alive.
TRAVIS Munnings and Sporting Lisboa Benfica completed a dominant season in Portugal’s Liga Portuguesa de Basquetbol (LPB) with the 2022 championship title.
PRESIDENT Dwayne Stevens has confirmed that the New Providence Softball Association will now start its 2022 season over the weekend of July 1-2 in the Bankers Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.
SCORES of people flocked to the Kendal G L Isaacs Gymnasium yesterday hoping to get vaccinated against COVID-19 amid dwindling supplies of the vaccine.
VALENTINE’S Day came and went. Did you notice? No, neither did we. It was probably because it was on a Monday and a Monday that followed the Super Bowl no less. I mean, how much excitement can one body handle?
I write this letter out of my frustration at the lack of an established national child sexual prevention programme in this country.
NOT even new Presbyterian football coach Kevin Kelley expected the record-setting offensive fireworks from his team and quarterback Ren Hefley on Saturday.
I was taken aback after learning of two Grand Bahamian women who are adherents of Christian Science (not to be confused with L Ron Hubbard’s Scientology), a cult based in the north eastern region of the United States. Both women are Black.
A Freeport entrepreneur yesterday branded exporting a “nightmare” due to costs that are more than quadruple product prices and delays encountered in getting sales to customers.
THE US Food and Drug Administration’s full approval of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine gave more confidence to those who received the vaccine at the Kendal G L Isaacs National Gymnasium yesterday.
BAHAMAS Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson said the safety of teachers at public schools in the country continues to be a concern, insisting teachers everyday witness violence on campuses and at times have suffered physical harm.
AN exhibition is being held by artist Jé-Rome Harris Miller, titled Colours of Celebration 2022.