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Saturday, September 22, 2018

PITCHING IN FOR PE AT LYN JEFFERS

Story courtesy of Lyn Jeffers School (Charlestown, Nevis) - Talented board members, parents as well as friends of Lyn Jeffers School are filling the gap...

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...

St. Kitts Hosts First Indoor Volleyball Tournament

Special To The Observer The St. Kitts Female National Volleyball team started its defence of OECS Volleyball Championship, at home, in the Marriott Event Centre,...

WI CRICKET BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE

West Indies starts another home test series against Sri-Lanka on March 22, and moving up the ranks from number eight in the ICC test...

Cricket lovely Cricket

By L.K. HEWLETT St. Kitts Reporter They came for the game but definitely stayed for the party as Cricket World Cup fans started the fetes inside...

ROC ambassador hands over US$500,000 for Warner Park

By Suelika N. Buchanan Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, and Minister of Sports Denzil L. Douglas led his Cabinet ministers on a tour...

TRIATHLON CHAMP HEADED FOR TWO MAJOR RACES

(Oualie Beach, Nevis) - Newly crowned National Triathlon Champion Reggie Douglas is achieving international recognition, according to a press release from the Nevis Cycle...

Cayon Pacers crowned SKABA female league champions

In easily the most exciting match since the inauguration of the National Bank SKABA female league during the 2005 season the Western Union Cayon...

ST. KITTS HOSTS ITS FIRST CRITERIUM ROAD RACE

Story courtesy of the Nevis Cycle and Triathlon Club (St. Kitts) - On Sunday afternoon, Jan. 27, the Nevis Cycle Club was on the move. The club...

Rams hitters Sprite/National Bank Premier Champions

Hitters on Sunday, in an impressive win over Fig Tree, won the regular season championship, for the SKABA Sprite/National Bank Premier Division. Now Hitters has...

Nevis convincingly thrash St. Kitts in basketball opening

Once again Nevis has beaten St. Kitts. And, this time it is in basketball. Hundreds of Kittitians and Nevisians turned out to Basketball City on Tuesday...

The SKN-Australian Relationship

By Stanford Conway The Observer Australian High Commissioner to the CARICOM region John Michell said he wanted to profile his country in the Caribbean and assured...

VICTORY IN ST. MARTIN

Reggie and Kristina Rule in St Martin By Winston Crooke Reggie Douglas and Kristina Stoney were in great form once again on Sunday June 1, as...

JOHN BARNES PRAISES ORGANISERS AND YOUTHS

By Floyd French Observer Reporter England and Liverpool Football star John Barnes had kind words for the St. Kitts-Nevis Football Association and the youths who took...

BHS took charge from first whistle

By L. K. Hewlett In what was supposed to be a ‘Clash of the Titans,’ the ladies of S. L. Horsford Basseterre High School virtually...

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...

Brazil into Last 16 with Win Over Serbia

(BBC) Brazil avoided a shock result that had earlier seen Germany knocked out of the World Cup by defeating Serbia to finish top of...

SMITHEN DEBUTS AT 5TH ANNUAL WOMEN’S ROAD RACE

Story courtesy Winston Crooke (St.  Maartin) - Valerie Smithen of the Nevis Cycle Club made her competitive debut at The 'Mo Trouble' Cycling Club of...

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...

Poor shopwing in Barbados by Ram’s Hitters

After a winless (0-3) performance in the Barbados Hoop Classics, some people in the Federation’s basketball community — including some members of SKABA —...

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