Month: April 2021

National Sports Awards Nominee 2019 – Bryan Matthew

2019 NATIONAL SPORTS AWARDS NOMINEE Antigua Barbuda Basketball Association Sports Man of the Year – Bryan Matthew.  Over the years, Bryan “Hollywood” Matthew has exhibited excellence as an athlete in the sport of Basketball, playing locally, regionally and internationally. 2019 was another successful year as is exhibited in his performance locally and regionally. This year, …

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NATIONAL SPORTS HONOURS 2020 – DWAYNA DERRICK

The Antigua and Barbuda Cycling Association celebrates the invaluable contribution of Ms. Dwayna Derrick during her 8-year stint as Treasurer of the Association. During her tenure as Treasurer, Dwayna introduced generally accepted accounting principles to the organization, overseeing the management of the financial affairs, including the day-to-day financial affairs. She organized and managed many fundraising …

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NATIONAL SPORTS HONOURS 2020 – BARRIMORE GORE

The Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association (ABBA) salutes Barrimore Gore for his 36 plus years of community activism and service to the basketball fraternity. Barrimore Gore more popularly known as “Buntin” to everyone in the Ottos Community was born on DeSouza Road and raised in bottom Ottos. He attended the Golden Grove Primary School.Although Gore …

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NATIONAL SPORTS HONOURS 2020 – ROMA SIMON

The Antigua and Barbuda Cricket Association sincerely and deeply appreciates the tireless contribution of Ms. Roma Simon and is pleased to salute her in the 2020 National Sports Honour Roll. Ms. Roma Simon, affectionately nicknamed Roma, was a dedicated worker of the Antigua and Barbuda Cricket Association for many, many years serving in the capacities …

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PRINCESS MARGARET SCHOOL

TODAY IN HISTORY – April 25, 1955 PRINCESS MARGARET SCHOOL was established as the first government secondary school in Antigua and Barbuda.The original compound included an administration block, an auditorium, approximately twenty classrooms, science laboratories, a business block, a library, a home economics centre, and an industrial arts centre.The new school was intended to upgrade …

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