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Oct

18

BFA Projects kick-off

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AN ARTIST’S IMPRESSION of what the completed AstroTurf would look like with bleachers and lighting.

by RACHELLE AGARD

THE BARBADOS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION’S (BFA) Wildey AstroTurf will have a new look come next year. With work set to begin on the facility this week, footballers will be in new conditions, with their own lights and brand-new bleachers at the opening of the 2018 season, scheduled to kick off on January 7.

BFA’s general secretary Edwyn Wood made the c...

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Oct

12

Refs urged not to stray off-side

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NEW CARIBBEAN FOOTBALL UNION (CFU) President Randy Harris has urged aspiring referees to take their role more seriously.

That was the message that Harris had for two dozen young referees attending a FIFA Referees Assistance Programme (RAP) that is being held under the auspices of the Barbados Football Association (BFA).

Speaking before an audience yesterday morning at the Ba...

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Oct

11

Ellerton clobbered again

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ESFC Unity Stars whitewashed Crane and Equipment Ellerton 17-0 in Sunday’s round of the Barbados Football Association’s Women’s League at the Wildey AstroTurf.

This win now places them in the third spot in this year’s tournament. Midfielder Marissa King took the lead for the winning team with six goals. She deposited three goals during the first half of the mat...

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Oct

11

Grassroots Festival Travels to White Hall in St. Peter

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The Barbados Football Association conducted the first edition of the Northern Grassroots Festivals last Saturday at the White Hall Grounds in St. Peter.

Close to sixty children between the ages of 5 and 17 participated in the festival and were under the guidance of Technical Director of the Barbados Football Association Mr Ahmed Mohamed.

The festival which lasted for about t...

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Oct

06

Barbados to play Bermuda in Hamilton on October 28th

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The Barbados Senior Men’s Team will be playing their next international friendly match against Bermuda on October 28th, 2017. The Bajan Tridents will descend on National Sports Center in the capital of Hamilton to contest the locals in their first match since 2008. On that occasion the Tridents lost 3-0 with all three goals coming in the first half.

The Barbados team has been in...

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Oct

05

BFA Grassroots programme heads north this weekend.

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The Barbados Football Association’s Grassroots Programme heads to the north of the island this weekend. This programme which caters to children up to 12 years old will start off at the White Hall playing field in St. Peter on Saturday morning October 7th and will last until about mid-day.

The next weekend, on October 14th, the programme will head out to the Checker Hall playing ...

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Oct

03

Jarvis leads Mavericks' goal spree

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NSC’S CAPTAIN Kamillah Burke (right) trying to slow down Tiana Bynoe of Kick Start Genesis. (Picture by Ricardo Leacock.)

MAVERICKS led a goal rush in the Barbados Football Association’s Women’s League on Sunday as 21 goals were scored in the triple-header at the Wildey AstroTurf.

National striker Felicia Jarvis led the way with a beaver trick as Mavericks blanked newcomers Crane & Equipment 12-0 to chalk up their third victory in as many matches.

Cheyanna Burnett supported Jarv...

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Sep

27

Division One Zones Drawn for 2018 Season

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Division Two champions Deacons will contest Zone 2 with Youth Milan, BDF, Bagatelle, Gall Hill, Barbados Soccer Academy and L&R United.

The teams that will form Zone 1 and Zone 2 of the 2018 Division One competition have been drawn. The draw took place on Tuesday night at the BFA Headquarters in front of 12 teams represented at the meeting.

The new format saw the 2018 competition increased to 14 teams, up from 13. The three top teams will be promoted to the Premier League while three teams will be demoted to the Secon...

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Sep

26

Crucial task for new CFU head Harris

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Randolph Harris (left) next to President of CONCACAF Victor Montagliani when he visited Barbados earlier this year.

Extracted from the Saturday Sun Editorial - September 23, 2017 - www.nationnews.com

There must be a sense of pride and feeling of goodwill among all Barbadians for their football executive, Randy Harris. Without fan-fare he has risen to the top position in the Caribbean Football Union.

What a glorious opportunity to lead what is undoubtedly the most popular ...

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Sep

25

Unity Stars rattle Technique

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Unity Stars rebounded from their first-round loss at the hands of Mavericks last week to register an emphatic 3-0 win over Technique FC on Sunday when the second round of the 2017 Women’s League continued at the Wildey Turf.

Stars opened the scoring in the first game of the evening under cloudy conditions with a goal compliments of Marissa King with only 15 minutes on the board....

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