Category: Hockey

Deacons win 4th hockey title

The final whistle of the 2018 Scrimfest Hockey Tournament blew last night at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex, much to the delight of Deacons’ players and fans. This signalled the capture of their fourth Scrimfest title and made them the most decorated team in the history of the competition. The final contest in the men’s […]

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Hockey advance

Combermerians past and present had mixed fortunes over the weekend as Round 6 of the Barbados Hockey Federation’s Outdoor Classifier continued at the Hockey Centre of the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex at Wildey, St Michael. In women’s action, the BUT clashed with Combermere School Old Scholars (CSOS) and came out second best. They might have […]

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UWI, CSOS among hockey winners

There were some tight fixtures and a few blowouts on the weekend, as Round 5 the Barbados Hockey Federation’s outdoor classifiers continued at the Sir Garfield Sobers Sports Complex at Wildey. On Saturday, Combermere were on the receiving end of an 8-0 pasting from Monster All Stars. Starting short of a full team and with […]

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Goals aplenty in hockey tournament

The experience of Maple overcame the youth of Combermere, when Round 4 of the 2017 Barbados Outdoor Hockey Classifier was contested on Saturday at the Hockey Centre at the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex. The veteran Maple side led by former national striker Lisa St. Hill, played an intelligent game to win 6-0 over the youthful […]

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Hockey Tridents take fifth spot

Saturday’s final day of the 2017 Indoor Pan Am Hockey Cup at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Georgetown, Guyana, showcased a herculean effort from the Hockey Tridents to secure fifth place over CAC counterparts, Mexico. Mexico had the honour of the first touch of the match and started a bit slower than their round-robin encounter […]

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Bitter-sweet hockey

Today, Barbados’ Lady Tridents were hoping to feed off the momentum of their male counterparts who on Thursday night defeated Mexico. But when they took to the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall court in the Indoor Pan Am Hockey Championship in Georgetown, Guyana, they were trounced by Trinidad and Tobago 11-4. The Barbados ladies started very […]

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Bajans bruised

It rained heavily on Barbados today. But this deluge was overseas and it wasn’t as a result of nimbus clouds. This was caused by nimble attackers who collectively scored 22 unanswered goals against the Lady Tridents at the Indoor Hockey Pan Am Championship being played at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Georgetown, Guyana. The Barbadian […]

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Bajan blues

Barbados’ women suffered a similar fate tonight to their male counterparts when they were trounced 5-1 by hosts Guyana at the 2017 Indoor Hockey Pan Am Championships at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, in Georgetown. Earlier in the day, Barbados men were defeated by Trinidad and Tobago. Guyana were coming off two strong showings, losing […]

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Trinidad thrash Bajan men 8-2

On today’s third day of the Indoor Hockey Pan Am Championships, the Hockey Tridents went under to perennial rivals Trinidad and Tobago 8-2 when they took the field at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Georgetown, Guyana. Trinidad stunned Argentina in their tournament opener and went on to take full points after blanking hosts, Guyana 4-0. […]

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Tough times

Today was another tough day at the ‘office’ for the Hockey Tridents at the Pan Am Hockey Championships being played at the indoor Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Georgetown, Guyana. On the second day of the games, the Hockey Tridents took the field against four-time and reigning champions Canada. When the final whistle sounded the local […]

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