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Friday, February 22, 2019

Bird Rock and Lady Devils win championships

By Wallis Wilkin For The Observer With the start of the local basketball season, Birdrock Uprisers and the Lady Devils are already champions. The 2006 SKABA Junior...

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...

Jadyn Donovan, moving up as an All-Star basketball player at age...

By Dave Kaiser Twelve-year-old Jadyn T. Donovan, granddaughter of St. Kitts and Nevis national, Sylvester M. James, is burning up the basketball courts on the...

SKN self-destruct as they bow out of Gold Cup contention

By Loshaun Dixon Basseterre, St. Kitts-Team St. Kitts and Nevis were authors of their own demise as they fell 2-0 to Haiti in the Caribbean...

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...

ITALY REACHES OUT TO THE FEDERATION

(Basseterre, St. Kitts) – From the Mediterranean to the Caribbean, soccer is becoming a great way to make friends. On January 17, Minister of Education,...

West Basseterre, St. Peters remain top rankers

By Saju Ng’alla After two weeks of play West Basseterre and St. Peters remain the only undefeated teams in the Coca Cola Shamrock Under 23...

West Basseterre, St. Peters for championship game

West Basseterre and St. Peters will play for the championship on Saturday in the Coca-Cola Shamrock Netball Club Under 23 Community League. The game will...

Sugar Boys Out to Prove Themselves

By Staff Writer The senior local football team will be putting their talents on the line when they go to war with two of the...

WASHIE EXTRA – A LONG AND SPLENDID JOURNEY

Everybody is excited about the grand new building which has recently been erected on Lozack Road, Basseterre, but only a few close observers can...

Beer Co. Steps in to Save Jamaican Women’s Olympic Bobsled Bid

(CNN) In just the nick of time, the Jamaican women's bobsled team appears to have secured a sled ahead of the group's Olympic debut. And...

Inter-schools “mini Olympics” huge success

Grove Park, Nevis was packed to capacity on Wednesday March 7 for the “Gulf Insurance Primary Schools Championship”. The Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (NAAA), in...

Newtown needled by St. Pauls, bow out of Playoffs

Conaree qualifies for Championship, edges Cayon Rocket 2-1 By Staff Writer SOL Island Auto Conaree became the first team to make the Finals of 2015/2016 playoffs...

TANIKA RANKED WORLD’S NO. 4; CARIBBEAN’S NO. 1 JUMPER

Story courtesy of Lester Blackett President, Nevis Amateur Athletic Association Tanika Liburd of Nevis jumped a season best and first place distance of 6.44m or 21ft...

SKNFA TO HOST WORKSHOP IN OCTOBER, 2008

Story courtesy of the SKNFA The SKNFA is pleased to advise that it has been notified by FIFA that a decision has been taken to...

Windies Lose to Afghanistan in Warm-Up Match

Afghanistan gave West Indies a hint of the struggle that could be in store for them in their bid to reach the 2019 World...

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...

OLYMPIC PRESIDENT TO VISIT FEDERATION

By Teshell Samuel Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) – The president of the International Olympic Committee will be visiting the federation in March, although the reason...

Tiger helps Jaguars survive Hurricanes force

Veteran West Indies batsman Shivnarine ‘Tiger’ Chanderpaul rolled back the years on Sunday as he stroked a world class century to help the Guyana...

CAN WINDIES KEEP IT UP AGAINST AUSTRALIA?

West Indies take on Australia later this month in a 3-match test and five ODI series.  Our team that performs best at home will...

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