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Nov

23

BSA move to top of Zone 1

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RBC Capital Markets Barbados Soccer Academy have come out swinging in their debut year of the Barbados Premier League. After putting in a dominant showing to top Division 1 last season, the new boys on the block have overtaken defending champions Weymouth Wales in the Zone 1 standings with a win in last night's action. 

Going up against Brittons Hill United at the Wildey Turf...

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Nov

21

Porey Spring pick up points in Premier League

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Porey Spring United have pulled up their socks to see themselves out of the bottom spot in Zone 1 of the Barbados Premier League after taking their first win of the season. Playing at the Wildey Turf last night, the St. Thomas side overcame Clayton's Kola Tonic Notre Dame for the first time ever since coming up to the top tier earlier this year.

The Dames had an early chance ...

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Nov

19

Barbados bounce back against USVI

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(left to right) Hadan Holligan, Raheim Sargeant and Mario Harte put Barbados ahead of the competition in last night's game.

Barbados have bettered their chances of a higher spot in the pecking order once the Concacaf Nations League kicks off next year after taking their first win in the qualifying round. Playing in their first home game of the tournament last night at the Barbados Football Association's Wildey Turf, the Bajan Tridents racked up a 3-0 victory over the United States Virgin Islands.

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Nov

17

Barbados holding nothing back against USVI

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(from left) Players Ricardio Morris, Mario Harte and Team Captain Hadan Holligan (right) flank BFA Technical Director Ahmed Mohamed (second from right) as he speaks during yesterday's media conference.

Barbados will be going for the jugular tomorrow when they square off against the United States Virgin Islands in their first home fixture in the Concacaf Nations League Qualifiers. After a draw and a loss in games in September and October, Barbados find themselves in a need-to-win situation and they will be going after it with fervor.

Speaking to members of the media during the p...

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Nov

17

USVI confident about chances in Barbados

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USVI Assistant Coach Roberto DaSilva and Captain J.C. Mack in yesterday's media conference.

After beating Barbados the last time the two nations met up in the 246, the United States Virgin Islands are feeling as though they could turn things around in tomorrow's Concacaf Nations League qualifiers at the Wildey Turf. Having lost both of their games thus far in the campaign the cluster of islands in the north of the region is hoping for a positive result against the Bajan Tridents. ...

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Nov

15

Harte, Harewood and Morris back in Bajan colours

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After missing in action from the senior national team collectively for the better part of five years, three of the island's more-experienced players are back in blue and yellow. Former captain and forward, Mario Harte, midfield maestro, Romario Harewood and solid centre back, Ricardio Morris have all been brought back in to the fold as Barbados are continues to search for its first win in t...

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Nov

14

Tridents ready for USVI

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“We are ready!” That is the word from Technical Director of the Barbados Football Association Ahmed Mohamed as he spoke today ahead of this weekend's game in the Concacaf Nations League qualifiers. Set to play their first home-game at the Wildey Turf against the United States Virgin Islands this Sunday, the Bajan Tridents are in a need-to-win situation after picking up a draw an...

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Nov

13

Division One set to kick off on Wednesday

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Spartans coach Dave Alleyne speaking to his team ahead of their first game on Wednesday.

The Barbados Football Association’s Division One competition, which kicks off on Wednesday, is set to be more competitive than ever this season.

With three recent promotes in Whitehall Titans, Israel Lovell Foundation Ivy Rovers and Central League Spartans, all teams would be looking to put their best foot forward to ensure promotion to the coveted Premier League next year.

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Nov

12

UWI steamroll Empire in Women's League

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The University of the West Indies Women's Football Club continued their march towards retaining their title in the Barbados Football Association's Women's Premier League this season after taking their latest win in the competition. Playing at the Wildey Turf on Saturday night, the defending champs rumbled to a massive 12-0 victory over the embattled Empire Women's team.

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Nov

10

TD an integral part of decision making

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Vice president of Concacaf (Caribbean) and president of the Barbados Football Association Randy Harris is signalling the importance of having the technical director (TD) of each member Association as part of the executive committee.

He made the suggestion during the final day of the recently concluded FIFA technical director’s workshop at Courtyard by Marriott, Hastings, Christ ...

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