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Nov

13

Title race wide open

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UWI Captain Ashanee Thompson and Shanice Stevenson (7) of NSC squaring off on Sunday night.

The chances of doing the double have now become even slimmer for the National Sports Council as they allowed the University of the West Indies to pay them back for a first round defeat. When Women's League action moved over to Bagatelle this past weekend, the UWI ladies handed down a two-nil blanking on the many-time champions to draw level on points.

Now only separated by goal-di...

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Nov

07

New referees join the ranks

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Eleven new referees were turned out last Thursday night when they graduated from the latest Referees Recruitment drive put on by the Barbados Football Association. Coming under the tutelage of Member Association FIFA Instructors Trevor Taylor and Sherlock Wall and FIFA Referee Gillian Martindale, the new group are expected to hit the ground running as the FA continues its search for the best of...

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Nov

06

NSC ladies stay strong at top

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Kick Start Genesis and Technique had the closest game on Sunday afternoon.

The National Sports Council continued their march towards a repeat in the Barbados Football Association's Women's League this past weekend with solid thrashing of debutantes Ellerton. Playing in the second game at Friendship on Sunday evening, the many-time champions blasted 16 goals past the newcomers who began the game two players short.

National player Shanice Stevenson was...

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Nov

03

New blood in BFA ranks

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It gives the Barbados Football Association great pleasure to announce its latest appointment as Michael Phillips joins our ranks as Communications Officer. As the FA steers a course towards realising the goals within its 2017-2019 Strategic Plan, a major facet of that drive includes the development of our current marketing, revenue generation and communications efforts, and we see this hire as ...

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Nov

01

Top-30 in for Train the Trainer

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Thirty of the region's best and brightest coaches have been put on a path to spread the knowledge of the game all across the Caribbean as they are currently in Barbados for the CONCACAF Train the Trainer Regional Programme. Getting off the ground yesterday at the Parkinson Resource Centre, the hand-picked group soaked up all the knowledge, skills and expert...

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Oct

28

Super Sub ‘Eto’ blitz Bermuda in Hamilton

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Bermuda's Roger Lee (4) tries to hold off Rashad Jules of Barbados

Deshon Howell turned Bermuda upside down with two late goals in the space of 5 minutes to give Barbados a 3-2 victory over Bermuda tonight in Hamilton, Bermuda. The two teams were playing each other in an international friendly for the first time since 2008 with Bermuda holding the advantage in head to head games.

Barbados found the going tough in the first half with Bermuda hitting t...

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Oct

18

BFA Projects kick-off

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AN ARTIST’S IMPRESSION of what the completed AstroTurf would look like with bleachers and lighting.

by RACHELLE AGARD

THE BARBADOS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION’S (BFA) Wildey AstroTurf will have a new look come next year. With work set to begin on the facility this week, footballers will be in new conditions, with their own lights and brand-new bleachers at the opening of the 2018 season, scheduled to kick off on January 7.

BFA’s general secretary Edwyn Wood made the c...

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Oct

12

Refs urged not to stray off-side

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NEW CARIBBEAN FOOTBALL UNION (CFU) President Randy Harris has urged aspiring referees to take their role more seriously.

That was the message that Harris had for two dozen young referees attending a FIFA Referees Assistance Programme (RAP) that is being held under the auspices of the Barbados Football Association (BFA).

Speaking before an audience yesterday morning at the Ba...

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Oct

11

Ellerton clobbered again

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ESFC Unity Stars whitewashed Crane and Equipment Ellerton 17-0 in Sunday’s round of the Barbados Football Association’s Women’s League at the Wildey AstroTurf.

This win now places them in the third spot in this year’s tournament. Midfielder Marissa King took the lead for the winning team with six goals. She deposited three goals during the first half of the mat...

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Oct

11

Grassroots Festival Travels to White Hall in St. Peter

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The Barbados Football Association conducted the first edition of the Northern Grassroots Festivals last Saturday at the White Hall Grounds in St. Peter.

Close to sixty children between the ages of 5 and 17 participated in the festival and were under the guidance of Technical Director of the Barbados Football Association Mr Ahmed Mohamed.

The festival which lasted for about t...

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