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The Freeport News’ Sports Week in Review

Major plans are in the works for an amateur boxing event set to be staged in March 2019. The venture was announced this past Friday at the Castaways Resort and Suites, which will serve as the host hotel for the event. Also, the Tabernalce Falcons received top honor as the top secondary school throughout The…
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GBSPA provides financial aid to island-based organizations

GBSPA GIVES BACK – The Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association financially aided three organizations this past Friday, November 30. Proceeds from the third annual Edward St. George Memorial Golf Tournament, a GBSPA promoted event, were raised to the benefit of the HOYTES Foundation, Bahamas Golf Federation Northern Division and the HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit (HASB). A donation was also made previously to regatta sailing. Pictured left to right are: GBSPA President Fred Sturrup, BGF Northern Division Vice President Allan Gardner, HASB President Kevin Delancy, and GBPSA Vice President Ambrose Gouthro. See story on Page 16 . (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

Once again the Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association (GBSPA) has come to the “financial” aid of local-based organizations. Thanks to funds raised during the Third Annual Edward St. George Memorial Golf Tournament held last month, four local organizations were the recent recipients of meaningful donations. The HOYTES (Helping Our Youth Through Education and Sports) Foundation,…
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The Freeport News Sports Week In Review

The Tabernacle Falcons Thanksgiving Basketball Classic and a new slate of officers elected to be at the helm of the Bahamas Association of Athletics Associations highlighted this past week’s headlines in sports. Also, the Air It Out Four-on-Four Flag Football season intensified. Here’s another edition of The Freeport News’ “Sports Week in Review.” Redhawks and…
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Plans in motion to expand second Basil O. Neymour track/field meet

The inaugural Basil O. Neymour Track and Field Classic achieved marginal success earlier this year but it was just the start for a track meet loaded with potential for growth, according to organizers.. Named after one of the country’s most respected and admired contributors to the sports and young persons, the event was estsblished by…
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