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Hard court hockey scores big

Last Sunday saw the second day of games for the Purity Hard Court Hockey 5s come off as scheduled at Bagatelle, St Thomas. Here the format defintely lived up to the hype as some 30 goals were scored from the night’s four games. Without question the highlight of Sunday night was the second game which […]

Barbados rout Guatemala

The Barbados Senior Men’s Hockey team bounced back in fine form against Guatemala with a 11-0 drubbing yesterday in the 2016 FIH Hockey World League Round 1 Tournament, being played in Salamanca, Mexico. This came after Barbados’ opening 3-1 loss against USA on Tuesday. Barbados needed a strong win against Guatemala, to boost their chances for […]

Barbados lose opener to US

In the opening game of the International Hockey Federation’s World League Round 1 (WLR1), in Salamanca, Mexico Tuesday, after a hard fought first half the Bajan stick-men could not hold back the US or their captain William Holt who sealed the game with a double in the 3-1 win. Both teams were a bit tentative […]

Deacons, Avengers advance to hockey finals

Deacons’ men and Avengers Field Hockey Club women have earned their place in the Barbados Hockey Federation Sevens League final respectively. Combermere School Old Scholars (CSOS) men and women played impressively to reach Tuesday night’s semi-final but neither team was able to gain entry into the final as they lost to Deacons men and Avengers women […]

Hockey honours

Twenty-one former players and administrators will be the first inductees into the Barbados Hockey Federation’s Hall of Fame, says federation president Mark St Hill. “Hockey in Barbados has grown from strength to strength over the decades and these first inductees played an integral role in laying the solid foundation for which we are now responsible […]

St Hill to lead Barbados’ hockey

Mark St Hill was installed as the new president of the Barbados Hockey Federation Inc. at its Annual General Meeting last night at the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex. St Hill, a former national and Combermere School Old Scholars’ goalkeeper, made a successful bid for the post of president, succeeding former president David Rouse. In his […]

Kings and queens

Combermere’s hockey teams added to their school’s rich history of success as they impressively captured both the senior boys and girls’ titles this afternoon in the finals of the Schools Hockey League. Playing today at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus’ AstroTurf, Combermere’s girls edged Harrison College 2-1 in an exciting contest, […]

Final flick

A last-minute goal by Neraj Mason gave the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) a thrilling 3-2 victory over Combermere School Old Scholars (CSOS) last night at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus’ AstroTurf. A modest crowd was on hand to witness the two teams battle it out feverishly in the ongoing 2015 […]

More than a club

Centenary beckons: The Blues 99 not out

Empire double up

Men’s and women’s teams dominate hockey meet

Much in store

The Barbados Hockey Federation kicked off its 2013 season last weekend with the successful completion of its inaugural Mixed 9-a-side Tournament at Maple Sports Club, Trents, St, James.

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Dykstra gets six months for fraud
LOS ANGELES – Lenny Dykstra, the 1980s World Series hero who pleaded guilty earlier this year to bankruptcy fraud, has been sentenced to six months in federal prison and ordered to perform 500 hours of community s

Bajans beaten

men, women lose hockey clashes
Barbados’ horrid run in the International Hockey Federation’s World Hockey League in Trinidad and Tobago continued yesterday evening when they were beaten 3-2 in a shootout by Guyana at the National Hockey Centre in

Canada humble Bajans

Barbados suffered a crushing 11-0 defeat today at the hands of Canada in the Women’s Hockey World League competition at the National Hockey Centre in Trinidad and Tobago.The defeat left Barbados pointless after three matches, having earlier lost in the November 11-17 tournament to Uruguay (8-0) and Venezuela (2-1). Canada led 7-0 at half-time.Barbados play […]

All UWI affair

The exciting action in the University of the West Indies’ Academy of Sport’s Hockey Competition culminated today with the women’s final at 8.30 p.m. and the men’s at 9.15 p.m. The men’s final is being contested between the UWI Alumni and UWIHC (Harrison College), while UWI Alumni came up against UWI2 in the women’s final. […]

Bim beats Uruguay for seventh place

In their final match of the 10th Pan American Junior Championship, Barbados defeated Uruguay on penalties after a 3-3 stalemate to take seventh place in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Sunday.

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