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GBFFL kicks off this Sunday

FLAG FOOTBALL RETURNS — The Grand Bahama Flag Football League kicks off it’s ninth season starting this Sunday, April 8 at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex. Pictured above are the Grand Cay Sharks, red, going to battle with the Buckeye Oilers, gold and grey, in last season’s action.

The Grand Bahama Flag Football League (GBFFL) is set to kick-off its regular season. The journey begins, once again, as teams aim to become known as the best squad on the island. Certainly, the GB Power Chargers, formerly known as the Ocean Motion Shipwreckers, and the Sawyer’s Fresh Market Lady Enforcers want to retain their…
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Mystic Marlins back on top as National Champions

BACK ON TOP – The Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins are back on top as senior girls national champions of the Bahamas National High School Basketball Championships. The Mystic Marlins defeated the Jordan Prince William Falcons Monday night at the St. George’s Gymnasium. BBF President Charles “Softly” Robins, center, presented the trophy to coach Kevon Spence, center left, and Doris Johnson principal, Jimmy Clarke, center right. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins have been the creme de le creme of senior girls’ basketball in the country. They are the three-time champions of the Geneva Rutherford Girls’ Basketball Tournament, held annually under the HOYTES Foundation headed by Gladstone “Moon” McPhee. They are also winners of consecutive senior girls championships in the Government Secondary…
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Tabernacle Falcons Capture BNHSBC National Championship

For over 20 years the Tabernacle Falcons have developed into the most winningest basketball programmes on the island and in the country at large. The Falcons have won every major tournament there is, inclusive of holding the highest number of Hugh Campbell Tournament championships with eight in total. Since the Bahamas National High School Basketball…
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MEET YOUR GB CARIFTA SWIM TEAM MEMBERS

The 2018 CARIFTA Swimming Championships are set for March 31-April 3 at the National Aquatics Centre, Kingston, Jamaica. The Bahamas will look to retain their crown atop of the Caribbean come this weekend. 36 swimmers were selected to represent Team Bahamas this year. Today we introduce the eight swimmers out of Grand Bahama selected to…
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