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Dec

06

Thirty-nine players called up for Senior Women's team trials.

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Felicia Jarvis of Mavericks and Giselle Fields of NSC have been included in the training squad.

Thirty-nine female footballers have been called up for trials for the Barbados Senior Women’s National team. The majority of the players are currently playing in the 2016 Women’s League and have been selected for training for the team which will take part in the 2017 CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup slated for May 24-28, 2017.

Two overseas based players have been included t...

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Dec

05

Unity Stars take chance to go Second!

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Unity stars took their chance to go second last Sunday in the Women’s League in fine style as they disposed of Kickstart Genesis 3 – 0.

It took Unity Stars just under half an hour to make their mark when Nicole Parris opened the scoring in the 28th minute of the game. When it seemed as though the game would remain 1 – 0 goi...

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Dec

05

Ashleigh-Ann Dussard is the Women's League Player of the Week.

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Our player of the week is Ashleigh-Ann Dussard of UWI Women. Ashleigh scored the only goal last weekend for UWI to secure a slim win for her team over Mavericks.

The 19 year old striker enjoys going to the beach, playing football and spending time with loved ones. She is currently enrolled at the University of the West Indies and has been playing football since 9 years old.

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Dec

02

81 Clubs Granted their Licence for 2017 Season

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The First Instance Body of the Barbados Football Association, responsible for the Club Licencing process held their final meeting on November 28th to assess the applications for Club Licence for the domestic season.

A total of eighty-one clubs submitted their applications and were assessed. All 81 clubs were granted their licences with some clubs pending certain conditions. These cond...

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Nov

30

Shamanda is Women's League Player of the Week.

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Our Women’s League Player of the Week for week 10 is Shamanda Carter of Technique Women’s Team. This 17 year old scored two goals against defending champions UWI to give her team its first win of the season. What made it more difficult for her was that Technique was down to 10 players for a lengthy period during the second half and she still managed to score.

Her hobbies i...

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Nov

29

NSC are Champions!! UWI deflated

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It was yet another exciting weekend in the BFA’s 2016 Women’s League when the latest round of games were played at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex on Sunday.

The National Sports Council (NSC) women defeated ESFC Unity Stars 4-1 and in the process dethroned UWI to emerge champions of the league with three games still to play. Newcomers Pinelands drew with second placed Maveri...

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Nov

24

Physical Preparation comes to the fore

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The final course for the year 2016 facilitated by the Barbados Football Association kicked off today at the Barbados Olympic Association. The course in Physical Preparation is being conducted by CONCACAF instructor Andre Waugh.

Waugh is also currently the trainer for the Jamaica National team will administer sessions in the roles and responsibilities of the fitness coach, princip...

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Nov

23

Tamisha is Women's League Player of the Week

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The player of the week after round nine of the BFA’s 2016 Women’s League is Tamisha Marshall. Tamisha’s team, Technique Women F.C. continues to endure a rough 2016 season but in their last game against ESFC Unity Stars she was instrumental in making sure that the scoreline was kept to 2-0 and not greater with some tremendous goalkeeping.

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Nov

23

CONCACAF C Licence Coaches receive their certificates

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Tuesday, November 15th, 2016 was a special day for 17 locally based coaches when they were officially presented with their CONCACAF C License during an extra-ordinary meeting of the Barbados Football Association.

These coaches boast of being the first of 18 coaches in the CONCACAF region to be granted the license offered by the regional body. The other one being from the Cayman I...

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Nov

22

NSC continues its dominance in Women's League

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Shanice Stevenson and her National Sports Council (NSC) team continued their dominance in the 2016 Women League when they blitzed Braddie’ Bar/Williams Equipment Pinelands 6-0 in the latest round of matches at the Usain Bolt Complex last weekend.

NSC reaffirmed their position at the top of the standings with this win and in the process opened an 11 point gap and, are&n...

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