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Jul

21

Wales out after extra-time thriller

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Weymouth Wales Kemar Headley (left) holds Ramon Manning of Paradise off the ball in last night's semi.

 

 

Weymouth Wales will not be doing the double, far less the triple this year as it is the end of the road for the 2017 sweepers. After a a run this season that saw them not dropping a single game, the defending champions were sent crashing out of the Stag Beer Champions Cup last night at the Wildey Turf by Paradise in the penultimate round.

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Jul

20

Stag Beer semis set in stone

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The biggest clash for the 2018 Barbados Football Association Domestic season will be set up at the end of Saturday night when the two finalists in the Stag Beer Champions Cup secure their spots. With this year's competition down to the penultimate round, it will be Weymouth Wales, Brittons Hill United, Paradise FC and the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme all going forward in a bid to...

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Jul

17

Barbados stands strong against England's Forest School

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Barbados' Ethan Taylor taking on Oscar Crowley in yesterday's match-up.

A goal in the dying minutes from Matt Horne gave a visiting Forest School team just what they needed to edge out the Barbados Under-14 boys when the teams clashed on Monday evening at the Wildey Turf. Holding their own for most of the match, the local lads gave a good account of themselves as they ran toe-to-toe with the much older and bigger boys on the full-sized field as the touring team pla...

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Jul

17

Senior Men in for long August

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When it rains, it pours, and the Barbados Senior Men's team will be getting quite a bit of match practice in ahead of their first CONCACAF Nations League outing in September. With Guyana playing host to Barbados in our island's first assignment in the competition, the local lads have four upcoming friendlies.

After drawing with Belize 0-0 at home back in June, Barbados will be...

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Jul

16

Stag Beer semis set in stone

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Renaldo Marques of Weymouth Wales (left) keeping Jameil Goodman of Barbados Soccer Academy off the ball in last night's game.

The final four in the Stag Beer Champions Cup are now set in stone after the quarterfinals of the annual competition came off this past weekend. Defending champions Weymouth Wales, the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme, Paradise and Brittons Hill have all made the cut in the penultimate round of the competition after booking their spots in contrasting fashions.

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Jul

14

Team of the Season (TOTS) By Renaldo Gilkes

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The 2018 Barbados Football Association (BFA) Premier League season finished last weekend, with Neighbourhood Care Pharmacy Weymouth Wales retaining their crown, undefeated.

Title number 18 came after they edged Zone 2 winners the Barbados Defense Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) 2-1 in front of the largest crowd for the season.

With just the Champions Cup competition left to b...

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Jul

13

Down to quarters in Stag Champions Cup

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Weymouth Wales will be hoping to advance this weekend as they continue their bid to take a second knockout title.

 

This weekend, teams will be gunning for one of the four final spots up for grabs as the 2018 Stag Beer Champions Cup nears its end. After several weeks of play, the competition had weeded out all others and is down to eight teams.

With the tournament making the move to the Barbados Football Association's Wildey Turf for the first time this year, just two lower-lea...

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Jul

13

Girls get off to a good start

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The starting XI in yesterday's game against St. Lucia

After only getting together for the first time just last week, the girls in the Barbados Football Association's summer national programme camp have gotten themselves off the mark as they played their first game. With the association's Wildey Turf playing host to a St. Lucia national side, the Under-15 girls were able to break even with the visitors in a goalless draw yesterday evening.<...

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Jul

11

National Summer Programme camp underway

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The User-14 Boys going through drills with Team Trainer Ryan Brewster.

Close to 50 youngsters are currently undergoing a solid daily training regimen as the Barbados Football Association is hosting it annual National Summer Camp Programme. Twenty-six boys and 26 girls at present under the watchful eyes of Technical Director Ahmed Mohamed and the national team coaches as they are readied for upcoming competition.

With assignments for the Under-14 boys in ...

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Jul

09

Wales do the double in the Premier League

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Weymouth Wales successfully defended their 2017 Premier League title

Weymouth Wales are on the eve of being named the undisputed kings of football on the island for a second year straight as they successfully defended their title in the 2018 Barbados Premier League. In a game that came agonisinglyclose to going into extra time, the Carrington Village-based team edged out many-time winners Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme in the championship play-off ...

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