Barbados Beach Soccer at the Grantley Adams Airport just before they leave for the Bahamas.
The Barbados Beach Soccer National team flew out this morning to participate in the CONCACAF leg of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in the Bahamas. The Tridents team which have been in training for a few months will have little time to settle as they will be participating in the first game of the tournament. They will oppose Canada in the opening game on Monday afternoon.
Adapted from Nationnews.com - WINLESS BARBADOS put in a much improved display, but were still unable to come away with a victory when the International Beach Soccer Tournament climaxed on Sunday night.
The home side succumbed to England 4-6 while in the other games Trinidad and Tobago and England drew 3-3 and Guyana came from behind to defeat Antigua 4-3 in an entertaining game, ...
Zeco Edmee’s 90th minute goal was enough to break the hearts of the Brittons Hill fans and claim a win for Notre Dame in the feature game of the Digicel Premier League last night at the National Stadium.
The final game of the night saw these two neighbours battling for points to keep pace with those vying for the top. Notre Dame started the night on six points from two wins and ...
RENDEZVOUS pulled off an impressive come from behind win over Ellerton at the National Stadium on Sunday, as the action intensified in the Digicel Premier League. Goals from Emerald George, Shandel Samuels, Rashida Williams and Carl Joseph proved more than enough to cancel out a couple of well taken strikes from Shaquille Belle for Ellerton.
Guardian Group Youth Football Tournament kicks off
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The 2017 Guardian Group Youth Football tournament kicked off yesterday morning at the BET Complex in Wildey with the opening ceremony and a parade of teams.
The event got started 9.00 a.m. with the parade in front of officials from the Guardian Group of Companies and the BFA. Senior Vice President Capt. Al Walcott said the opening prayers while Unit Manager at Guardian Life of the Car...