The St. Kitts-Nevis archers represented the federation at a prestigious Archery tournament, recently held in the Dominican Republic.
Two female referees from St. Kitts and Nevis left the federation Tuesday morning enroute to France where they will be participating in a women’s referee five day training seminar.
The Toronto Bolts FC International and Leader Sports Management group made a donation of football gear to the Irish Town Grass Roots programme on Wednesday, June 26th.The donations included jerseys, footballs and football boots.
The St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla National Bank New Attitude Premier Division Basketball playoffs continued On Tuesday when defending champs St. Pauls Tuff Knotts defeated Sandy Point Pride Kings 96 to 72.
The National Bank New Attitude Basketball playoffs continued on Monday with two games in the first game Ghaut Bucs defeated Bird Rock Uprisers 73 to 61. In the second game, Rams Hitters defeated Inner City Conquerors 97 to 70.
St. Pauls Tuff Knotts defeat Sandy Point Falcons 82 - 67 in the National Bank New Attitude premier Division Playoffs
The National Bank New Attitude premier Division Playoffs continued at Basketball City on Wednesday when Inner City Conquerors defeated Wolf Pack 93 to 76.
One game was played on Sunday in the National Bank New Attitude Basketball playoffs when Polstars was blown away by ASC Jay Hawks 127 to 57.
Nine players set to feature for West Indies “A” in their upcoming home series against India “A” next month are among 15 players chosen to attend a Cricket West Indies High Performance training camp, starting Monday, June 17, aimed at…
West Indies fast bowling legend Michael Holding is now at the centre of a World Cup umpiring controversy with the International Cricket Council (ICC), after the body reportedly tried to censure him over his criticism…
Rain wrecked havoc on the West Indies Women’s plans to level the three-match Royal London ODI series against England Women in Worcester. They lost the match by 121 runs via the Duckworth, Lewis and Stern method in a match with reduced…
The Development Bank of St. Kitts and Nevis, and the Nevis branch in particular, was last year named the ‘Home of Masters’ after the Leeward Islands Masters Cricket Tournament champion team the Nevis Masters Cricket Club placed the two…
National Bank New Attitude League continued on Sunday with two games.
Chris Gayle broke the record for the most sixes in World Cup history on his way to smashing a half-century in the West Indies’ comprehensive seven-wicket win against Pakistan at Trent Bridge.
The three secondary schools on Nevis participated in the Nevis High Schools’ Basketball Tournament that concluded early in May, and newcomers Nevis International Secondary School (NISS) finished in the third position behind Charlestown and…