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BARBADOS - football 2008

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THRILL OF VICTORY. The return of international football to Kensington Oval, usually associated with cricket, proved a boon yesterday, as the Barbados' national football team secured their passage to the second round of the 2010 South Africa World Cup. Playing before a big crowd and to the sounds and sights of a carnival, Barbados defeated Dominica 1-0 in an extremely competitive match. The hero turned out to be substitute Dwayne Stanford, who converted a brilliant low strike ten minutes from time, to send local fans into ecstacy. Here, Stanford (above front) is mobbed by teammates after scoring the winning goal. Compliments of the Nation News
Picture: Charles Pitt-Grant TOP BRASS: CABINET Minister and Barbados Football Association (BFA) president Ronald Jones (above centre), senior vice-president Keith Barrow (right) and treasurer Curtis Hunte, may be discussing the recall of strikers Reveire Williams and Dwayne McClean from Argentina to play in the opening round World Cup qualifying match against Dominica next month. Picture: Charles Pitt-Grant
Thirty-eight aspiring local footballers got a taste of football coaching, the John Barnes way, at the Police Sports Complex, Weymouth, St Michael, yesterday. This was the start of the Barbados leg of the three-day Digicel-sponsored three-day Kick Start Under-20 clinic, and the former Liverpool and England star rolled back the years as he demonstrated some ball drills and technical plays to the teenagers. Compliments of the Nation News seen here, Barnes (right) points out a positional play to members of the clinic.

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Brittons Hill brought football glory to the St Michael district with a capture of the prized 2007 Knockout CupBRITTONS HILL BLITZ: The screams could be heard from Villa Road to Bonnetts on August 21st 2007 after the boys from Brittons Hill brought football glory to the St Michael district with a capture of the prized 2007 Knockout Cup. Brittons Hill, spearheaded by a hattrick from 32-year-old midfielder Anthony 'Del Piero' Cumberbatch, recorded a 5-1 blitz of Eden Stars at a packed YMCA stadium. It was their first major title since winning the Division 1 crown (now Premier) on debut, 17 years ago. Here, the Brittons Hill boys savour the sweet taste of success.(Picture by Charles Pitt-Grant.) Compliments of the Barbados Nation News

SWEET VICTORY. The first time is always the sweetest. And yesterday the pupils, teachers, parents, guardians, fans and friends of St Angela's, were thrown into fits of ecstasy at the National Stadium, when the Collymore Rock, St Michael school won the National Sports Council's Bico Primary Schools' football championship

It was St Angela's first taste of victory, and made even sweeter since the team they defeated 1-0, Westbury, had been in winners' row on three previous occasions and were considered the favourites to win by many observers. Here, St Angela's youngsters savour the joy of their success.

(Picture by Charles Pitt-Grant) Compliments of the Barbados Nation News June 2007

GIRL POWER. Some girls are not only making up numbers but actually proving to be a handful for the boys in the National Sports Council's Bico-sponsored Primary Schools Football Competition. Yesterday at the Blenheim playing field in St Michael, Aisha Bowen (right) of Charles F. Broome not only showcased her soccer skills, but her speed and stamina as she left several of the young footballers from the St Paul's School in her wake.
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Paul Lovell scored two goals for Barbados against Dominica.Another promising young football Paul Lovell seen above, he scored two goals for Barbados against Dominica.

Date January 09, 2007 Compliments of the Nation News by EZRA STUART

BARBADOS' English-based footballer Paul Ifill was yesterday signed by English League Championship side Crystal Palace from Premier League side Sheffield United for over $2 million.

The 27-year-old winger agreed to a two-and-a-half-year contract with the Eagles who are 15th in the second division championship table after joining on a & pound;750 000 (BDS$2.6 million)
transfer fee.

"I have come to a club which is geared for the Premier League again, and that is what we are hoping for," Ifill said in an interview after the signing.

"It wasn't a difficult choice and I'm looking forward to it now. I was talking to another club, but my agent rang and told me that Palace were interested, and from there it was pretty straightforward," he added. < Read more>

January 02, 2007 Compliments of the Nation News


STRIKER MARK McCAMMON has hit top form as he prepares to join the Bajan Pride for the finals of the Digicel Caribbean Cup - the signal of football supremacy in the region.


The tall, powerfully-built McCammon had the honour of scoring the first goal with a volley as his team Donaster Rovers had a 3-0 win over Huddersfield at the Keepmoat Stadium in the English League 1 yesterday. < Read more >



 

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