Sports

Men of Barcelona remain in driver’s seat

The Grand Bahama Champions Soccer League’s (GBCSL) recent slate of action proved that the mens division is anyone’s for the taking while ladies of Sanitation Services’ Borussia Dortmund are tough to slow down.  This past Saturday and Sunday at the YMCA Soccer Pitch (June 15-16) the competition continued and so did Dortmund’s ladies’ winning streak.…
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Empowerment Sports Camp to welcome guest volleyball coach

READY TO EMPOWER – The Empowerment Sports Camp begins this coming Monday, June 24 – July 5 at the Bishop Michael Eldon School Grounds. Pictured left to right is Camp Leader Geno Jones, Camp Director Cherishe Hollingworth-Lundy, Camp Leader Sean Sears and Camp Leader, Tempest Bullard. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The Empowerment Sports Camp, held on the Bishop Michael Eldon School grounds is setting up for another two weeks of summer activities.  Camp begins this coming Monday, June 24 - July 5 and is geared toward male and females ages five to 16 and will include sporting activities such as basketball, softball, volleyball, swimming, soccer, tennis…
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Most outstanding athletes welcomed at RBPF Headquarters

Under 17 Girls – Lashae Smith, right, pictured with Royal Bahamas Police Force Chief Superintendent, Lorretta Mackey, left.

The Grand Bahama Primary and Secondary School Athletic Associations (GBPSAA and GBSSAA) rounded up the most outstanding athletes from the 2018-2019 scholastic year to meet with Royal Bahamas Police Force Officials on the island this past June 5. It has become tradition that executives of both Associations would arrange a date for the RBPF to…
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Champions crowned at Bjorn Munroe Junior Tennis Championships

BOYS 12 AND UNDER FINALISTS – Pictured left to right is Bjorn Munroe Tournament director, jerald carroll (Boys 12 and Under singles champion), Khai Rees (finalist), Kristy Munroe, (Co-Tournament Director) and Karen Ferguson Bain (Committee Member). (Photo: Derek carroll)

Organizers of the Bjorn Munroe Junior Tennis Championships were left feeling optimistic about the growth of the tournament after the success of it’s second annual event.  The budding local junior tennis championships took place at the YMCA, June 7-9 and champions of the men’s singles, women’s singles, boys 12 and Under singles and Open Co-Ed…
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