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ROM returning to ‘Peace on Da Streets’ Tourney

Dudley Seide (ROM Saints Basketball Coach)

After taking one year off from the ‘Peace on Da Streets’ Tournament in 2018, annually held in New Providence, Dudley Seide and the Reach Out Saints will be making their return to that tournament this week. The highly supported youth basketball showcase kicks off today, Monday July 15-20 and will feature six divisions: the Church Division,…
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WGB Summer League closes regular season

READY FOR THE POST-SEASON — The West Grand Bahama Community Summer Basketball League post-season begins today, Monday, July 15 down at the Fritz Forbes Community Park at 6:30 p.m. in Pinedale, Eight Mile Rock. The Halt Suppliers’ Anthony Missick, with ball, goes for the lay-up during Under 13 action this past Saturday, July 13.  (PHOTOS: SHAYNE STUBBS

The West Grand Bahama Community Summer Basketball League closed out their regular season on a strong note this past weekend and teams now have their eyes focused on the post-season.  The WGB Summer Basketball League post-season tips off this evening, July 15, on the Fritz Forbes Community Park at 6:30 p.m. Round one commences for…
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Sir Jack Hayward Soccer Camp excites once again

FROM THE UK WITH LOVE – The United Kingdom’s Abbie Sadler, with ball, demonstrates during a one-on-one drill during the Freeport Rugby and Football Club’s (FRFC) Sir Jack Hayward Football (Soccer) Camp which took place July 1-5. (PHOTOS: SHAYNE STUBBS) 

The Freeport Rugby and Football Club’s (FRFC) Sir Jack Hayward Football (Soccer) Camp served its purpose yet again, July 1-5, in delivering a well-rounded approach to teaching the game of soccer. With qualified coaches in Robbie Pringle, Abbie Sadler, both from the United Kingdom (UK), and Joshua Horne and Alex Guyer from the United States…
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Ferguson constructs I Can’t Believe It for upcoming Regatta

I CAN’T BELIEVE IT – Luther Ferguson is pictured with a replica of the I Can’t Believe It sloop that will represent Grand Bahama in the junior division (E-Class) during this year’s Grand Bahama Regatta and Homecoming, July 19-20 down in Smith’s Point. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The 24th Grand Bahama Regatta and Homecoming is slated to take place in the historic Smith’s Point community from July 14 - 20. Over a six-day period, Grand Bahamians will have access to a series of events with the races set to take place, July 19-20. This year’s race will feature two divisions once again:…
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