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Play-off seeds decided as Aliv GBFFL regular season closes

he Sawyer’s Fresh Market Lady Enforcers finished the season on a high note with a close victory over the Chances Lady Alliance this past Sunday. (PHOTOS: GBFFL)

The Grand Bahama Football League powered by Aliv now moves into its post-season play after teams merely played for play-off position this past Sunday at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex. The league now moves closer to determining who will come out on top as the male and female champions and move on to compete against…
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Bahamas Bash Lacrosse Tournament coming to Grand Bahama early July

Bo Lamon, tournament director; Jay Philippe, Sports Tourism Assistant Manager; Anya Hanna, Reception/Clerical Assistant and Mario Signorello, Bahamas Sports Festival Director announced The Bahamas Bash Lacrosse Tournament set for July 1-2. It will be the first of its kind hosted in the Bahamas. Missing from photo is Vice President of Sales for Major League Lacrosse’s Florida Launch, Michael Zeff. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

In just two weeks Grand Bahama will have the opportunity to witness and possibly partake in something unique that was in the making for some time. The Bahamas Bash Lacrosse Tournament is one of the new ventures supported by the Bahamas Sports Festival and Ministry of Tourism and will take place July 1-2 at the…
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JJ and Connecticut Sun riding winning streak

Jonquel Jones a hopeful to be named to Eastern Conference WNBA All-Star Team. Jones and the Sun are hopeful to maintain their winning streak, in their upcoming game against the Dallas Wings.

The Connecticut Sun has begun to figure things out and although it is still early in the season they have found themselves at .500 for the season. The Sun continued their winning ways over the past two games and now hold a 5-5 record and rank ninth in the league, behind the 5-5 Atlanta Dream.…
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Four Grand Bahama athletes walk away as national champions at BAAA Jr Nationals

Bryant Lowe

The fielding of junior teams began over the weekend as the Bahamas Association of Athletics Association bore witness to some of the top junior talent in the country. In the process, the BAAA crowned national champions for the first time, during the Aliv/BAAA Junior National Track and Field Championships held in New Providence June 16…
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