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'Sea Wolf' to present new floating trophy

SIR DURWARD "SEA WOLF" KNOWLES is expected to present the new Palm Cay Sir Durward Knowles floating trophy (shown) and a cash prize to the winner of this weekend's 'Catch Me If You Can' regatta at the Montagu foreshore. This year's event, which is being h

'It was my best season as a college player'

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net HIS final season at the collegiate level ended abruptly in a run at the Conference tournament but Jay Philippe continues to look ahead as he plans to make major moves in his basketball career.

Baseball players helping to guide student athletes

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net Giving back to the community and helping to guide a young generation of student athletes remains paramount for two Bahamian baseball players who have reached the pinnacle of their profession. A

'Catch Me If You Can' set for next month

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net A STAPLE on the local sloop sailing calendar, the silver jubilee anniversary of the St Valentine's Day regatta will be postponed due to a conflict with the opening ceremonies for the new nation

Marathon Bahamas ready for the off

by RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net Just days remain until runners from across the globe submerge on the capital for the second annual running of Marathon Bahamas and organisers are making the final preparations along the race co

PHILLIPE CLOCKING UP THE NUMBERS

By RENALDO DORSETT Tribune Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net Primed to make his senior season his best yet, one Bahamian collegiate basketball player continues to post productive numbers and become a catalyst for his team's winning turnaround. Ja

V8 Fusion Stingrays get first Boil Fish Bowl title

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net GEORGE Daxon's deflection on fourth down signalled the end of a virtually spotless era for the Orry J Sands Pros and gave the youngest franchise in the Commonwealth American Football League (CA

Cherubims champions

THE TOP teams in Bahamas Scholastic Sports Association - the smaller private schools in the Bahamas - squared off this week in a battle for the coveted title of BSSA basketball champions. In the feature matchup of the playoffs, the pennant winning Teleos

Cherubims champions

THE TOP teams in Bahamas Scholastic Sports Association - the smaller private schools in the Bahamas - squared off this week in a battle for the coveted title of BSSA basketball champions. In the feature matchup of the playoffs, the pennant winning Teleos

Cherubims champions

THE TOP teams in Bahamas Scholastic Sports Association - the smaller private schools in the Bahamas - squared off this week in a battle for the coveted title of BSSA basketball champions. In the feature matchup of the playoffs, the pennant winning Teleos

Cherubims champions

THE TOP teams in Bahamas Scholastic Sports Association - the smaller private schools in the Bahamas - squared off this week in a battle for the coveted title of BSSA basketball champions. In the feature matchup of the playoffs, the pennant winning Teleos

Cobras are champions!

Cobras are champions! By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net CC Sweeting Cobras - 58 Eight Mile Rock Bluejays - 46 Angelo Lockhart struggled with foul trouble for most of the night but he was back on the floor in the fourth quar

Cobras are champions!

Cobras are champions! By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net CC Sweeting Cobras - 58 Eight Mile Rock Bluejays - 46 Angelo Lockhart struggled with foul trouble for most of the night but he was back on the floor in the fourth quar

Cobras are champions!

Cobras are champions! By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net CC Sweeting Cobras - 58 Eight Mile Rock Bluejays - 46 Angelo Lockhart struggled with foul trouble for most of the night but he was back on the floor in the fourth quar

Demetrius leads Hurricanes to first championship title

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net Sparked by a group of players from the Bahamas led by dynamic and versatile playmaker Demetrius Ferguson, the 2011 Holland College Hurricanes have returned football to prominence in Prince Edwa

Trevor Barry opens indoor season with meet record

'GOLDEN boy' Trevor Barry won the high jump in a new Bison Invitational meet record of 7' 4 1/2" (2m.25) to open his 2012 indoor season at Fargo, North Dakota. He had held the previous record of 7'3" since 2008. His coach Keith Parker had travelled there

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Eugene Stuart takes pro volleyball career to top league in Romania

EUGENE Stuart is on the move to a new country and a new club in the second season of his pro volleyball career.

'Happy Feet Soccer Clinic' opens up exchange programme talks

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net ONE of the Bahamas' leading players on the pitch is using his tools as a coach and mentor, along with his professional influence, to guide the careers of future generations of local soccer star

'Happy Feet Soccer Clinic' opens up exchange programme talks

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net ONE of the Bahamas' leading players on the pitch is using his tools as a coach and mentor, along with his professional influence, to guide the careers of future generations of local soccer star

'Happy Feet Soccer Clinic' opens up exchange programme talks

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter rdorsett@tribunemedia.net ONE of the Bahamas' leading players on the pitch is using his tools as a coach and mentor, along with his professional influence, to guide the careers of future generations of local soccer star