Netball

Marvadene Anderson returns for Sunshine Girls

In this file photo, Marvadene Anderson (right) is hugged by former Netball Jamaica President Marva Bernard.

Jamaica’s former Under-16 netball player Marvadene Anderson will rejoin the national set-up with a view of playing for the Sunshine Girls later this year. Anderson, who arrived in the island on Tuesday night, joined the team for a training session yesterday, as she resumed her relationship wi ... Read More

NCB goalkeeper Tiffany Allen (left) challenges for the ball with Ladonna Lamonth, goalshooter for Ministry of Education during their Business House Open League Netball competition at the Leila Robinson Courts recently. (Photo: Collin Reid) Teams gear up for Business House Open League netball play-offs
Last year’s beaten finalist Scotiabank ‘A’ and Appliance Traders Limited (ATL) he ... Read More

United States player Serena Williams (second left) and teammate Venus Williams (second right) shake hands with Hungary’s Timea Babos (right) and Kazakhstan’s Yaroslava Shvedova after the Williams sisters won the women’s doubles final at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships, yesterday. Serena doubles up with Venus for 14th Grand Slam title
LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Serena Williams followed up her seventh Wimbledon singles title ... Read More

NCB goalkeeper Tiffany Allen (left) challenges for the ball with Ladonna Lamonth, goalshooter for Ministry of Education during their Business House Open League Netball competition at the Leila Robinson Courts recently. (Photo: Collin Reid) Scotiabank ‘A’, Ministry of Education, JUTC ‘A’, RJR/Gleaner, ATL unbeaten in Business House Open League netball
SCOTIABANK ‘A’, along with Ministry of Education, Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) & ... Read More

PHOTO: Tufton and the Sunshine Girls

Saturday, July 02, 2016    

Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton is greeted by the Sunshine Girls on arrival at Hope Gardens to participate in the recent final of the two-race ‘Everyone’s A Winner Best Dressed Chicken 5K Run’ series.    Picasa

Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton is greeted by the Sunshine Girls on arrival at Hope Gardens to participate in the recent final of the two-race ‘Everyone’s A Winner Best Dressed Chicken 5K Run’ series. Read More

Add netball to Jamaica’s growth agenda, urges Earl Jarrett

Saturday, June 25, 2016    

Earl Jarrett (left), general manager of Jamaica National Building Society, addressing the opening 2016 Dress Parade and Rally of the Business House Netball Association at the Leila Robinson Courts last Saturday.

Earl Jarrett, general manager, Jamaica National (JN) Building Society, is encouraging the country’s netball authorities to get the sport included in the Government’s growth agenda. Jamaica’s economy can grow by tapping the potential of sports such as netball, Jarrett said. He pointed out that netball, the most popular women’s sport in the country, can be further developed to serve the nation’s interests in the multi-trillion-dollar global sports industry. &ldquo ... Read More

Business House Netball Association Open League continues today

BY GERALD REID Observer writer | Saturday, June 25, 2016    

LAST year’s beaten finalists Scotiabank ‘A’ should begin on a winning note when they face Wisynco ‘B’ as the 2016 Business House Netball Association (BHNA) Open League competition continues at the Leila Robinson Courts today, starting at 4:00 pm. The Scotiabank ‘A’ and Wisynco ‘B’ is scheduled to begin at 4:45 pm. Meanwhile, a new champion will be crowned this season as defending champions General Accident will not be participating in the c ... Read More

Scotiabank ‘A’ falls short of pass mark in Rally exam

Thursday, June 23, 2016    

MINISTRY of Education, Youth and Information defeated Scotiabank ‘A’ 8-6 to capture the 2016 Business House Netball Association (BHNA) Open Rally at the Leila Robinson Courts last Saturday. It was a surprise defeat for Scotiabank ‘A’ who is the most experienced team in the competition, and who have won many titles. However, the Jennifer Brown-coached Education Ministry battled strongly and played extremely well to come out victorious over their opponents. Winning coach ... Read More

Business House Netball begins

Wednesday, June 22, 2016    

Tricia Robinson (left), president of the Business House Netball Association (BHNA), gestures to Earl Jarrett, general manager of
Jamaica National Building Society and Marva Bernard, former president of Netball Jamaica. They were participating in the 2016
Dress Parade and Rally of the BHNA Competition at the Leila Robinson Courts, Independence Park Complex, St Andrew, last Saturday.
(Photo: Joseph Wellington)

Tricia Robinson (left), president of the Business House Netball Association (BHNA), gestures to Earl Jarrett, general manager of Jamaica National Building Society and Marva Bernard, former president of Netball Jamaica. They were participating in the 2016 Dress Parade and Rally of the BHNA Competition at the Leila Robinson Courts, Independence Park Complex, St Andrew, last Saturday. (Photo: Joseph Wellington) Read More



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