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Nov

07

FIFA Technical Directors workshop kicks off in Barbados

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Senior Vice President of the Barbados Football Association Captain Al Walcott has declared that the technical aspect of local football needs to be improved.

His comments came during the opening ceremony of a FIFA three-day technical director’s workshop at The Courtyard by Marriott, Hastings, Christ Church yesterday.

The workshop is part of a pilot project, and a follow...

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Nov

07

Venue lights locked down by NSC

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Deputy Director of the NSC Neil Murrell makes a point while new Chairman of the NSC Mac Fingall looks on.

The start of this season’s Division One competition remains in limbo.

Following an urgent meeting held on Tuesday evening at the Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium to address the issue of illegal tokens being used at the various National Sports Council (NSC) run venues, chairman of the organisation, Mac Fingall said it was still undecided when the locks would be removed, and pla...

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Nov

06

St. Lucia topple Tridents in U20 Tournament

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Elijah Downey on attack trying to elude his marker.

The Under-20 boys national team fell to St Lucia last night going down 2-1 in their second matchup at the IMG Soccer Complex in Bradenton, Florida.

The young Bajan Tridents threatened St. Lucia early, gaining the first goalscoring opportunity courtesy a free kick, by Niall Reid-Stephen which went too high and another two before the first 15 minutes of play had elapsed.

St Lu...

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Nov

06

Seniors looking for a positive result against USVI

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The Bajan Tridents will be searching for a long-awaited win in the Concacaf National League when they come up against the US Virgin Islands (USVI) in their upcoming match on November 18th.

While they fought valiantly against Guyana and El Salvador, they drew 2-2 with the Golden Jaguars, who had 14 overseas players in their line-up, and lost 3-0 to El Salvador in their first two games ...

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Nov

05

Paradise too much for the Lions

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Stag knockout champions Paradise are not out of the running just yet, as they made it clear to Scotty Car Rentals St Andrew Lions, Brazilians or not, they are here for the long haul this season.

The Dover based team managed to put three goals on the scorecard in this weekend’s nightcap game of the tripleheader at the Barbados Football Association’s Wildey Turf, placing the...

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Nov

05

Blackbirds sets pace at top of Women's league

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Novum Energy Mavericks continue their quest to over-take UWI Blackbirds and capture their first Women’s League title when they put 12 goals past a struggling Empire Women’s Team on Saturday at the Wildey Turf.

Mavericks needed a win if they were to keep pace of the Blackbirds, going into the final rounds of games and they did in a big way in the first match of the night. A...

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Nov

03

U20s go down 2-0 to Costa Rico

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It was déjà vu for local football fans on Saturday night as they watched Costa Rica slip a 2-0 victory past the young Bajan Tridents in their opening game at this year’s Concacaf Under-20 Championships.

Playing with seven players who all have senior national team experience, it was not enough to land Barbados a goal on the scorecard at IMG Soccer Stadium.


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Nov

02

Division One First Round Postponed

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Dear Members

The National Sports Council will be holding an URGENT meeting on Tuesday November 6th at the Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium at 6.00 p.m. to address the issue of tokens at its various venues.

They have requested at least two representatives from all our member clubs to attend this important meeting. Please make an effort to attend.

In-light of th...

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Oct

31

UWI extends their lead in Women's competition

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UWI Blackbirds in white tops proved too much for the Mavericks to handle in their latest round of matches.

Defending champions UWI Blackbirds are the sole leaders of the BFA’s Women’s League heading into the third round of that competition.

The Cave Hill ladies were able to over-take fellow title contenders Novum Energy Mavericks when they defeated them 3-0 on Tuesday night at the Wildey Turf. Rianna Cyrus scored a brace while Roxanne Bradshaw scored the other goal for UWI to g...

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Oct

31

BFA Gearing up for Next Play

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Jason Roberts, Concacaf’s Director of Development

Youth not involved in the on-going Guardian Group Youth Tournament will soon have the opportunity to play football when the Scotiabank NextPlay Cup comes to Barbados.

This was disclosed by Concacaf’s Director of Development Jason Roberts earlier today.

“The clear focus of the programme is for young people who are not having access to sports to be part of this pla...

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