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The C.R. Walker Knights won their fifth straight GSSSA track and field title yesterday afternoon at the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium. They finished 147.17 points ahead of the C.I Gibson Rattlers. Keith Saunders.

Knights make it five straight!

The C.R. Walker Knights held on to claim their fifth straight title at the 27th Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) Senior Track and Field Championships held at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium yesterday afternoon. At the end of the three days of competition, the

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The Bees Trucking Destroyers and the Discount Distributors Rockettes picked up wins in the New Providence Women Basketball Association regular season action on Wednesday night at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium. Action continues tonight at 7 p.m.

Destroyers, Rockettes pick up wins in NPWBA action

The Bees Trucking Destroyers took advantage of the Arawaks to win 64-40 in the New Providence Women’s Basketball Association (NPWBA) action on Thursday night at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium. In the other matchup of the night, the Discount Distributors Rockettes dominated the Bahamas Institute of Business

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University of The Bahamas Mingoes guard Kemsy Sylvestre (grey 23) tries to drive past JD’s Seafood Shocker guard Horris McKenzie (blue 24) in their game February 26, 2020 at the A.F. Adderley gym. The Shockers won 79-75. UB ATHLETICS

Mingoes drop to Shockers in NPBA action

The University of The Bahamas Mingoes held the lead on the JD’s Seafood Shockers for most of the second half of their game Wednesday night at the A.F. Adderley gym in NPBA action. In the last minute of the game, the Shockers were able to take

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Upping the ante

French onion soup is rich and deeply savory. It’s incomparably delicious and heartwarming. And it’s this French national treasure of caramelized onion, stock, toasted bread topped with a generous helping of creamy, earthy, nutty-tasting Comte cheese that is one of a number of items that

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Bahamian bartender Marv Cunningham, right, accepts his winner’s check of $10,000 from Terrence Bharath, Angostura’s chairman, after he was named the winner of the 10th Angostura Global Cocktail Challenge in Port of Spain, Trinidad last weekend. CARIBBEAN HOTEL AND TOURISM ASSOCIATION

Marv Cunningham wins Angostura Global Cocktail Challenge

The competition was fierce, but Bahamian Marv Cunningham emerged victorious as the Angostura Global Cocktail Challenge (AGCC) Champion and is now their new global brand ambassador for a two-year period, showcasing Angostura bitters and rum products to international audiences. Cunningham eclipsed eight competitors from around the

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