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Deputy Prime Minister and West GB MP make special appearance

SPECIAL RECOGNITION – A number of sponsors were recognized for their contributions to the West Grand Bahama Community Summer Basketball League. Pictured left to right are Deputy Prime Minister of The Bahamas and Member of Parliament for East Grand Bahama, the Honorable K. Peter Turnquest and Member of Parliament for West Grand Bahama and Bimini, Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe along with a representative of Utmost Construction, who sponsored the Utmost Bad Boys in the Open Division.

The West Grand Bahama Community Summer Basketball League wrapped up it’s season with a few specially invited guests in attendance. Among the representatives of each team’s sponsor present were the Deputy Prime Minister of The Bahamas and Member of Parliament for East Grand Bahama, K. Peter Turnquest and Member of Parliament for West Grand Bahama…
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Jones, Sun locked to make another run in WNBA Play-offs

Jonquel Jones

Jonquel Jones and the Connecticut Sun are back on the road in their quest to hopefully claim the Women’s National Basketball Association’s (WNBA) championship. As they currently sit ranked fourth overall in the standings, last week Wednesday, August 8, Jones and company made short work of the Dallas Wings to clinch their second consecutive play-off…
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YMCA Commercial League finals tied 2-2

It’s been a back and forth affair for the Polymers Pistons and the Fast Track Gym Rats so far in the YMCA Commercial League Finals. This past Friday and Monday, games three and four were contested and the series is now gridlocked at two games apiece. The pivotal game five takes place this evening at…
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GIBC supports national swimmer

ALL THE BEST ­­­— Noah Knowles, standing center in GIBC t-shirt, is one of the 12 Grand Bahamian swimmers selected to the 40-member national team set to compete at the 2018 Goodwill Swim Meet this August 17-19 in Barbados. GIBC Digital has lent their assistance to young Noah ahead of his trip. Pictured with Noah left to right are Business Support Manager for The Bahamas and Caribbean (GIBC Digital) Bernard Cooper, Noah’s mother, Nicola, little brother Nitayo and father Ntieado Knowles. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The 2018 Goodwill Swim Meet kicks off this week and Team Bahamas is gearing for another run of successes at the annual competition. Slated to be staged in Barbados, The Bahamas will field a team of 40 swimmers, inclusive of 12 Grand Bahamians, to compete as the Games take place August 17-19. This past Monday,…
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