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Sep

05

Senior Women's team continue their dominance over Turks & Caicos

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by RIA GOODMAN

BARBADOS WOMEN once again outplayed their Turks and Caicos with a crushing 9-0 victory at the Wildey Turf on Sunday.

However, the women from Turks and Caicos improved from Friday’s 10-0 drubbing, making their presence felt with some solid tackles in the first half-hour.

While Turks and Caicos were no match for the hosts, Barbados Football Assoc...

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Sep

01

Barbados Senior Women show Turks & Caicos no mercy

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Barbados Senior Women’s National team delivered a not so hearty welcome to a young Turks & Caicos Islands national team when they thrashed them 10-0 earlier today in an international friendly at the BFA Wildey Turf.

The first ever senior international played at this venue started at 4.00 p.m. and the visitors never looked settled. The lady Tridents set up camp in the Turks&r...

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Aug

31

Senior Women’s Squad announced for clash against Turks & Caicos

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The names that make up the Senior Women’s team that will face Turks & Caicos in two international friendlies this weekend has been announced. The squad of 20 players will see a mixture of youth and experience combine to tackle a relatively unknown Turk & Caicos squad.

The Barbados team has been in training for more than 6 months and earlier this year lost a home game aga...

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Aug

19

U15s win their Group to advance to CONCACAF play-off

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Barbados Under 15 boys’ football team is one step away from clinching international glory.

The young Tridents have topped Group E of the CONCACAF U15 Championships with 10 points and earned a spot in the Division Two final with a place in the top flight at stake.

Barbados finished unbeaten, accomplishing three wins and a draw against Guadeloupe and Puerto Rico in a hom...

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Aug

15

U15s defeat Puerto Rico 2-0 in second match

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The Barbados U15 Boys picked up another win this morning in the CONCACAF U15 Boys Championships at the IMG Academy in Florida when they defeated Puerto Rico 2-0.

Thierry Gale and Nazario Adamson scored a goal each to secure the win and to put the Bajan lads on top on the standings in Group E with six points. Puerto Rico are on three points having beaten Guadeloupe, wi...

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Aug

14

U15 Boys defeat Guadeloupe in CONCACAF opener

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BARBADOS defeated Guadeloupe 2-0 in their first match of the CONCACAF Under-15 Championships at IMG Academy in Florida yesterday.

While both teams finished the first half goalless, the young Bajan Tridents came back in the second half full of vigour, and landed two goals, courtesy Ethan Bryan and Abiola Grant.

In a post-match interview with NATIONSPORT, head coach Renaldo Gi...

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Aug

13

Goal difference hurts U17 girls team - Cuba Qualifies

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THE Barbados Under-17 girls’ team were nipped by Cuba in their bid to advance out of Group D in the preliminary round of the CONCACAF Qualifiers in Guyana. Cuba defeated the host 8-0 on Sunday evening to secure a better goal difference and to win the group.

After a hard-fought defensive game, the young Bajan lasses drew 0-0 with Cuba in their final match-up last Friday.

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Aug

12

U17 Girls hold Cuba to a goalless draw in CONCACAF Championships

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Caitlin Padmore (#10) battles Cuba's Borges Gattorno (#4) for possession.

Barbados held Cuba to a goalless draw in their second group D match of the CONCACAF Under-17 World Cup qualifiers at the Leonora Track and Field Facility in Guyana last night.

This was a shocking result for Cuba who dominated the game entirely but failed to finish any of their numerous chances.

Cuba’s striker Aldana Tamayo and right winger Elianne Valdes Sarmiento...

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Aug

11

More coaches grasp C-Licence opportunity

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COURSE PARTICIPANTS with (sitting from left) CONCACAF coaching instructor Joe Supe, chairman of the BFA’s technical committee Adrian Donovan, BFA vice president Captain Al Walcott and coaching instructor Marco Santillan.

BARBADOS will be a front-runner in coaching education as a result of the introduction of the CONCACAF B-Licence course.

That was confirmed by CONCACAF coaching instructor Joe Supe during the opening ceremony for the second CONCACAF C-Licence course on the island at the Barbados Football Association’s offices yesterday.

“Barbados is far ahead of everybody. Once we...

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Aug

11

Barbados to host Train the Trainers Regional Programme

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Barbados will play host to the CONCACAF Train the Trainers Regional Programme. The programme will be launched in Barbados on September 20 and will run for three days.

In CONCACAF’s release, it stated that it is part of their initiative to improve development efforts in the region and to open doors to top aspiring coaches within the regional Member Associations while providing ad...

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