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OSSIE ‘the Sports Insider’ Simmons is back with his usual rankings for the senior boys’ high school basketball competition.
Junior tennis players headline New Year’s tourney
JUNIORS in two age categories, U14 and U16, participated in the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) New Year’s Tournament from January 7-10 at the National Tennis Centre.
A child in the cold
The birth of a child has been most dear to me, and I see no difference between each light of joy, Jesus or any other.
THE Bahamas Football Association will kick off its night league play this weekend at the Roscoe Davies Development Centre at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.
Inaugural Phoenix Awards to be held
THE inaugural Government High School Alumni Phoenix Awards will be held tomorrow at the University of The Bahamas Performing Arts Centre.
Cavaliers: ‘We are like that’
Mt Carmel senior boys basketball team earn 47-45 win over Akhepran in double overtime
COACH Wilton Johnson and his Mt Carmel Preparatory Academy Cavaliers senior boys’ basketball team had something to prove last night at the Hope Centre.
BASKETBALL results for Monday, January 16. Games were played at The Hope Center on University Commons. Mini Division
Mt Carmel senior boys 3-1 after 37-32 loss to Genesis Academy
COACH Wilton Johnson and his Mt Carmel Preparatory Academy Cavaliers senior boys’ basketball team’s winning streak came to an abrupt halt yesterday at the Hope Centre.
THE Government Secondary Schools Sports Association will kick of its basketball season today with the junior boys and girls playing at the AF Adderley Gymnasium and the senior boys and girls at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
IC Tennis: Team USA shut out Bahamas 5-0
THE United States Robins’ team pulled off another impressive victory, this time shutting out the Bahamas 5-0 in a couple of hard-fought tennis matches.
Father of three killed on way to work – one of three shooting deaths in 24 hours
A FATHER of three was shot and killed in his car yesterday morning while on his way to work – one of three shooting deaths within 24 hours.
IC Bahamas: USA Bluebird, Barbados in the win column
THE International Tennis Club’s 2023 IC Doubles Championships continued yesterday at the Nassau Lawn Tennis Club with the United States Bluebirds and Barbados winning the two matches played.
NPBA: Tucker Boys beat Giants 57-56, Eagles top Rebels 76-60
THE New Providence Basketball Association continued its regular season action at the AF Adderley Gymnasium over the weekend with a pair of games played on Friday and Saturday night.
Sand Dollar rout Zulu Media 96-64, Cyber Tech top Mekaddish Millionaires 82-80
THE New Providence Basketball Association continued its regular season action at the AF Adderley Gymnasium on Wednesday night.
USA Robins blank Barbados 5-0, USA Bluebirds hold off Bahamas 3-2
THE International Tennis Club’s Bahamas IC Doubles Week will come to a close today at the Nassau Lawn Tennis Club.
‘MY SON RAN SO WHY SHOOT HIM?’: ‘Youth engaged police’ say officers - as family wants camera footage
THE distraught mother of 18-year-old Kwondrick Lowe, who was killed in a police-involved shooting on Saturday, believes her son “ran for his life” when he saw the officers.
Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association basketball results
THE following games were played at The Hope Center on University Commons on Tuesday.
Pindling name fades in the PLP
I wasn’t surprised that Dame Marguerite Pindling took the opportunity on Majority Rule Day to publicly upbraid executives of the Progressive Liberal Party for the perceived wrong done to her late husband’s name.
USA dominate as International Tennis Clubs Doubles Week gets underway
THE International Tennis Clubs Doubles Week, featuring veteran retired tennis players from around the world, got underway yesterday at the Nassau Lawn Tennis Club with the United States showing their dominance in the two matches they played.
‘Enormous amounts’ of oil still at Equinor site
AN appeal is being made to the government to be vigilant concerning the oil spill clean-up at the Equinor South Riding Point plant in East Grand Bahama.