Barbados have booked themselves a hefty assignment as they have been drawn in Group B for next month's Caribbean Football Union Women's Challenge Series. With the tournament expected to run for the latter half of April, Barbados is set to cross swords with Jamaica, Cuba and Turks and Caicos Islands.
After stunning Bermuda at home in Hamilton late last year, the Barbados national team will be looking to do the same thing this coming weekend as the visitors come in search of revenge. They clash in the return international friendly match this coming Sunday at 4:00 PM, when the Tridents will be sporting a home-field advantage at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex.
After going down to 2017 triple-crown winners Weymouth Wales in their opening game last weekend, Brittons Hill United bounced back to pick up their first points of the 2018 Premier League. Coming up against Paradise yesterday in their Zone 1 clash, Brittons Hill romped to a sound 3-0 win in the first game at Empire.
With the two sides looking evenly-matched for most of the first half,...
Player of the Game Omani Leacock (centre) gives one Rendezvous player the shake while he takes on a second.
The Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme have established themselves as a front-runner in this years Premier League with a move to the top of the Zone 2 standings. Taking a comprehensive win in their second game of the competition against Rendezvous FC, the soldiers have moved four points clear of their next-nearest opponents, Mark's Auto Spares Porey Spring.
Weymouth Wales have stamped their dominance on Zone 1 of the Barbados Football Association Premier League after storming their way to the top of their group. Going into a top-of-the-table clash after both they and Abrahams United Silvers Sands won their first games on the opening day, the defending champions were merciless in the delivery of a 6-1 drubbing of the newly-promoted side.
Compton's Shane Beckles doing well to keep his footing after a solid challenge from Renaldo Hunte.
In stark contrast to the opening night's proceedings where three teams ran off with points from outright wins, last night's games in the Barbados Football Association Premier League saw sides splitting the spoils and taking a point each as both games finished in ties. Playing in Zone 2 action at the Empire Ground, the University of the West Indies Blackbirds and Rendezv...
Wales, BDFSP and Silver Sands draw first blood in Premier League
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Akeem Maloney of Weymouth Wales (left) keeping a close eye on Brittons Hill's Romario Small during last night's nightcap.
All three teams taking wins when Premier League kicked off at the Empire Ground yesterday kept fans waiting to exhale as they did so with 11th-hour goals. Abrahams United Silver Sands, Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme and 2017 champions Weymouth Wales were the first to pick up points this year after scoring their goals late in their clashes.
The tussle for the top spots continued in the lower leagues this past week with games being played each day. Across the divisions, games were spread the length and breadth of the island as the front-runners all seek promotion from their respective tiers.
In Division 1, Wotton Football Club remained at the top of Zone 1 taking a draw and a win against Blackspurs and Potential Ballers r...
As the final days drop off to the start of the Barbados Football Association's showpiece, all systems are go for the Premier League. With a new format in place, all 12 teams will be going hard over the next few months as they hope to come away winners of the 2018 edition of the competition.
Having had a chance to get all the chinks out of their respective armours due to the provin...
The Barbados Football Association would like to take the opportunity on this International Women's Day to wish all women the best and brightest. Women continue to be a driving force in this world and in our day to day lives. That is why the BFA would like to remind all women across Barbados that our commitment to the beautiful game also extends to them.