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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

St. Kitts Nevis dead last at basketball championships

What a disappointment it was, as the Federation’s basketball team could not muster a single win — as the team lost all its games...

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...

Capisterre ready to show they belong in division one

By Saju Ng’alla The inaccurate shooting of goalshooter Jackie Bassue cost Carib Pearl Cayon Pacers the victory last Saturday against Nagico Capisterre Ballstars. After winning the...

Dr. William Connor Makes It Three Straight

For the third straight year the Dr. William Connor Primary School has showcased its athletic supremacy, running away with the Rams Primary Championships. ...

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...

Largest group to represent Federation in regional games

Twenty-five athletes are representing the Federation at the XX Central American and Caribbean Games in Cartagena, Colombia. The Games will end on July 30. According to...

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...

Newtown And Cayon Win Openers

By Celeste Hull The Observer Newtown FC gave new meaning to the cliché “against all odds” when they defeated St. Pauls FC while playing with 10...

FIFA’s Warner Defaults on $20m Lawsuit, Faces Criminal Charges

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – A US District judge has found disgraced former FIFA vice-president, Trinidadian Politician and businessman, Austin “Jack” Warner in default, in...

HOW SERIOUS ARE WE ABOUT CRICKET?

While some are asking why aren’t the crowds turning out at Grove Park to watch the cricket, I am asking, are those in authority...

Digicel Superstars get goodies from their sponsor

By L. K. Hewlett National football champions, Digicel Village Supersta rs, received gift bags from their corporate sponsor, Digicel, last week during a brief appreciation...

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...

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...

60th Basil Henderson Aquatic Sports Meet on For Easter Monday

The 60th annual Basil Henderson Aquatic Sports Meet is set for Easter Monday when thousand will flock to the Bay Road in Basseterre to...

Village Superstars Keep on Winning

By Celeste Hull The Observer Judging from the Superstar’s performance last Sunday, one can assume that they fully intend to vigorously defend their championship with a...

Sandy Point, Blue Devils remain undefeated

By Walley Wilkin After two weeks of play First Caribbean International Bank Blue Devils and ODB Sandy Point Fruta Falcons are the only two...

INNER CITY BASKETBALL LEAGUE CLOSES AMID CONTROVERSY

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Molineux Site, St. Kitts) - After two months of fierce competition, the fifth season of the  Dr. Timothy Harris sponsored...

DR. TIMOTHY HARRIS BASKETBALL LEAGUE FINALS KICK OFF

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter lesroywilliams@thestkittsnevisobserver.com   (Molineux Site, St. Kitts)- It came down to four teams in competition, with one big question: Can Young Guns come...

EMSS Track and Field Dominance Continues with 25th Title

The Charles E Mills Secondary School (CEMSS) has once again displayed its track and field supremacy by capturing still another TDC Interschool title. This...

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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