Sports Scope

CARIFTA Games challenge for Bahamas


The 46th version of the Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARI-FTA) Games will take place April 15-17 in Curacao on the Easter weekend as per usual. For the wide body of the Caribbean young boys and girls who take part in this preeminent regional track and field competition, but particularly those from The Bahamas, the challenge…
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High School Basketball evolving under Wisdom

Basketball evolving under Wisdom

I recall the days of sharpshooters Gino Nairn and Paul “Pablo” Darville; and the enforcement style of Martin Lundy. Those were the peak years of high school basketball during an earlier era. Nairn had the quick release like Steph Curry and Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors. Darville was more like Camelo Anthony of…
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Numbers given by Christie, PLP continue to be collective puzzle


In this space and from other forums and individuals, the situation regarding renovations to the Grand Bahama Sports Complex has been lamented. On Thursday, Prime Minister Perry Christie was in Grand Bahama for the annual Business Outlook event and he boasted of his government’s contributions to Grand Bahama through projects. He glowingly threw out numbers…
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Jonquel Jones takes prime awards in Korean League

Bahamian center/forward Jonquel Jones was presented the top awards during a recent WKBL ceremony. She is pictured with MVP

The womensbasketball247 online site in highlighting the Women’s Korean Basketball League awards ceremony captured the wide body of work done by Bahamian center/forward Jonquel Jones for the Woori Bank Wibee team.   “In her first season overseas Jonquel Jones brought home plenty of hardware at today’s Korean League awards ceremony. After leading her team to…
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