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Basseterre, KN
Wednesday, April 25, 2018

First win of season for Redeemed Brothers

The Whit Weekend at Basketball City brought many intriguing and interesting match-ups as the SKABA “A” and Premier divisions continued. On Thursday evening the Antioch...

SKNFA and L-Sporto create new league

By L. K. Hewlett With the Final Four off to an exciting start, major modifications are taking place behind the scenes to the change the...

St. Kitts wins ten straight

By Anastasha Elliott St. Kitts won its 10th straight championship last weekend in the 2006 Leeward Islands Track and Field Youth meet in Nevis. The meet...

Team Nevis shines in Caribbean triathlon

By Anastasha Elliott Team Nevis — Nevis Cycling Triathlon Club — has done Cable and Wireless proud, said Claudette Walwyn, Marketing Executive of Cable and...

Great day of horse racing and boxing at Indian Castl

By Anastasha Elliott It was not a one, two knock-out event. However, last weekend’s boxing matches, which were interspersed with the horse races at the Indian...

Take a bow, SKABA, great 3-game match-up

SKABA’s BIG Game last Sunday lived up to it’s billing as three exciting games took place. Premeir division leaders the Rams Hitters played the winless...

SNIC sponsors Tuberose netball club

By Anastasha Elliott The first and second teams of the Tuberose Netball Club were the recipients of a $5,000 cheque from TDC Group of Companies...

Capisterre ballstars serious contenders for national league netball championship

By Saju Ng’alla It is now official, Nagico Capisterre Ballstars are serious contenders for the National League Netball championship. Capisterre proved this last Saturday with a...

A nation of pride

By L.K Hewlett “We could not have asked for better weather, a better crowd, more energy nor a greater cricket match!” These were the words of...

Huge crowd support for championship match-up

In arguably the most exciting match-up for the entire Junior Division season the Sandy Point ODB Fruta Falcons came out on top with a...

Carib Pearl Cayon Pacers undefeated in first place

By Saju Ng’alla Carib Pearl Cayon Pacers, the only undefeated team in the league, is in first place in Division One of the National Netball...

Rams hitters unravel the not-so-tuff knots

Sunday was jam-packed with basketball action when the Shawn K. Richards Sandy Point Chappurtin went up against the Cayon Radicals. Then the Rams Hitters clashed...

Basketball action resumes after referees’ strike

After a full week of no basketball action basketball fans are now breathing a sigh of relief as the St. Kitts Amateur Basketball Association...

World Cup St. Kitts & Nevis

The process for accreditation and procuring of booths at Warner Park is now complete, as forty plus vendors converged at the offices of the...

LOC: Not us! Check WICB for accreditation

By L.K. Hewlett Members of the local media and the Local Organising Committee butted heads on Wednesday at a conference held at the new Media...

Cricket takes centrestage

Next week India and the West Indies will play against each other in the One Day International cricket match at the newly renovated Warner...

Warner park ready for one-dayers

By L.K. Hewlett “Warner Park and St. Kitts-Nevis are ready for the WICB matches,” said Val Henry, Commercial and Communications Manager for the St. Kitts...

Referees’ strike stops national basketball league

By Saju Ng’alla SKABA National Basketball League came to crashing halt when on Tuesday the league’s referees went on strike. However, by Thursday the matter was...

Have Jamaicans made the difference?

By Vernlyn Zakers The netball game of the week took place last Saturday between the defending champions Coca Cola Shamrocks and Carib Pearl Cayon Pacers. The...

Battle of the bulls

By Saju Ng’alla Prime Minister Denzil Douglas denied rumors that there was a rift between himself and his Minister of National Security, Dwyer Astaphan. However, Astaphan...

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