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GBSPA urges Port Authority to be inclusive of “sports”

INCLUDE SPORTS – Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association (GBSPA) President Fred Sturrup and Vice President Ambrose Gouthro, urges Grand Bahama Port Authority to be inclusive of “sports,” after the association was forced to cancel its Edward St. George Golf Tournament, due to COVID-19 and the condition of the host golf course, Lucayan Reef Golf Course. (PHOTO: TFN FILES)

The Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association (GBSPA) has been forced to suspend its slate of activities for 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Recently, association executives called off the 2020 Edward St. George Memorial Golf Tournament that was slated for this coming November. President Fred Sturrup and Vice President Ambrose Gouthro, both noted that it…
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‘2 Brother’s introduced GB’s 1st E-Class Sloop

NEW ADDITION – The regatta scene got a lot more interesting for Grand Bahama recently with a new addition in the E-Class sloop. Named “2 Brothers”, the sailing vessel was introduced and prayed over this past Saturday, September 19 at Taino Beach. The craft was built by Luther Ferguson and his two sons, Hoshea and Monty. Pictured from left is Grand Bahama Regatta Committee, Chervita Campbell; Hoshea and his father Luther Ferguson and other family members. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The regatta scene got a lot more interesting for Grand Bahama recently with a new addition in the E-Class sloop.  Named “2 Brothers”, the sailing vessel was introduced and prayed over this past Saturday, September 19 at Taino Beach. The craft was built by Luther Ferguson and his two sons, Hoshea and Monty. Construction of…
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Meaningful first day back for HOYTES basketball

BACK ON THE COURT – HOYTES (Helping Our Youth Through Education and Sports) basketball program resumed this past Saturday, September 19, and it was a great day despite low attendance. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

With just a handful of players, the HOYTES (Helping Our Youth Through Education and Sports) basketball program resumed this past Saturday, September 19.  Six young basketball prospects showed up to the Gladstone “Moon” McPhee Park eager and ready to play. Despite the shortage of participants, HOYTES’ coach Richie Adderley noted that it was all about…
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GBLL optimistic about 2021 season

OPTIMISTIC – Grand Bahama Little League baseball was only one month into the 2020 season before the COVID-19 pandemic forced sports to come to a standstill back in March; however, league executives are optimistic about the 2021 season. (PHOTO: TFN FILES)

Grand Bahama Little League baseball was only one month into the 2020 season before the COVID-19 pandemic forced sports to come to a standstill back in March.  The GBLL got off to a late start back in February due to damages at the EMERA Baseball Park, as a result of Hurricane Dorian. League President Stephen…
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