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Dec

22

Excellence acknowledged at BFA 2017 Awards

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Chadain Greaves of the newly-promoted Porey Spring was the talk of the town when he copped the President's Award recently during the Barbados Football Association's Awards Ceremony for the 2017 season. With the top players across the all divisions and competitions being honoured for their stellar performances over this year, Greaves took home the inaugural award as he was lauded by BFA ...

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Dec

21

Harris named Male Administrator of the Year

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President Harris during November's CONCACAF Coaching Education Programme.

 

Just days after being honoured by members of the BFA Executive at the 2017 Season Awards, BFA and CFU President Randy Harris was named Male Administrator of the Year when the Barbados Olympic Association held their awards ceremony on Wednesday night.

This latest honour caps off a red-letter year for Harris as it has seen him announcing the next phase of works for the ...

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Dec

21

Holligan makes cut for 2018 MLS Caribbean Combine

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Weymouth Wales and senior national midfielder Hadan Holligan is the only Barbadian among a list of 22 Caribbean nationals invited to participate in the 2018 Adidas Major League Soccer (MLS) Player Combine. With the annual showcase scheduled to kick off in January, Holligan was fortunate to secure a spot in a field which sees players coming from Jamaica, Turks and Caicos, Bermuda and Trinidad an...

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Dec

12

BFA affiliates get AED and First Aid training

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Just weeks after the Barbados Football Association was presented with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) by the Rotary Club of Barbados, some of the Association's affiliates were armed with the expertise to operate the life-saving device. With six of the Association's partners taking in the training this past Sunday, they were schooled by Regal Development Solutions.

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Dec

11

UWI staring at second title

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Mavericks threw a wrench in NSC's plans of coming back for their title.

The University of the West Indies are staring a second title in the Women's League in the face. After moving five points clear of the next-nearest team in the latest round of games, the UWI ladies have carved a clear path to another championship after first winning in 2015.

Playing this past Sunday at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex, the leaders roared to another three points with a...

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Dec

08

74 licensed and ready to go

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When the first ball is kicked in January for the start of the 2018 Domestic Season, the Barbados Football Association will be playing host to teams from 74 clubs.  Down from last year's 81, the chosen few have gotten themselves in good stead before the November 3rd deadline.  All teams under these clubs now find themselves eligible for all of the FA's competitions an...

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Dec

04

NSC edged out by UWI

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NSC's 2-0 win over Kick Start was not enough to keep them at the top of the table.

For the first time this season, the University of the West Indies have taken the lead in the Women's League as they eased past the many-time champions National Sports Council at the end of Sunday's triple-header. Playing at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex, the UWI ladies drew level on points and goal-difference with NSC at the end of their match against Technique. However, they gained the...

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Dec

01

Women's League on last leg

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The University of the West Indies' Usain Bolt Sports Complex will provide the backdrop this Sunday as the Women's League continues to wind down. With just five more game-days remaining before the 2017 champions are decided, the race goes to Black Rock this weekend as the top teams try to get ahead of each other.

A triple-header is scheduled for Sunday with the current lea...

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Nov

27

Local ladies back home from WIFA tourney

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The first half of the local delegation returning from St. Vincent and the Grenadines pose with their second-placed trophy.

Although they did not take bring home the championship trophy the Barbados Senior Women's team can still hold their heads up after finishing second in their first ever appearance in the Windward Islands Football Association's Women's Championship. After holding strong at the top of the standings from the opening night, the local lasses were edged out in the final match to see Grenad...

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Nov

24

Rotary donates AED to BFA

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Rotary Club of Barbados President Paul Ashby (right) handing over the AED to BFA President Randy Harris while Rotary's International Service Director and Football Referee Adrian Skeete and Regal Development Solutions Marketing Manager Dionne Licorish look on.

 

 

 

Any chances of losing any players, officials or fans of football during the upcoming season or any that follow to Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), have become much slimmer. That is because the Barbados Football Association was presented with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) by the Rotary Club of Barbados in association with Regal Deve...

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