Sports Notes



Kevin Major Jr, now a graduate from Seminole State College, has started his professional career and is off to a great start.

In his debut after just graduating, Major Jr advanced in the United States Tennis Association’s Tournament with an upsetting victory yesterday at the Jimmy Evert Tennis Club in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

“Things are going good. I’m starting to play a lot more tournaments now,” Major Jr told The Tribune. “This is my first tournament for the summer and hopefully I am able to win it. I’m playing okay right now. I haven’t played in a while, so I’m still finding my rhythm. But I’m enjoying the experience.”

In the round of 16, Major Jr pulled off a 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 win over top seed Charlie Sullivan. In the round of 32, Major ousted No.9 seed Jesse Ross 6-2, 6-0.

He won his second round match 6-3, 6-2 over Gabriel Keymer after he opened with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Jack Vance in the first round.



THE Bahamas Football Association would like to announce the list of players who have been invited to the Bahamas men’s national programme. From this programme, the Bahamas men’s national team will be selected to represent the Bahamas in matches against Belize (September), Antigua and Barbuda (October), Anguilla (November), and Dominica (March).

These matches are part of the qualifying for the upcoming CONCACAF Nations League.

The players invited to try out are: Julio Jemison (UB); Michael Bellot (Western Warriors); Michael Butler (UB); Valin Bodie (Cavalier); Davaughn Williamson (United); Donovan Williamson (United); Tre Barry (United); Tre Rolle (Dynamos); Christopher Godet (Bears); Cameron Kemp (Dynamos); Jonathan Miller (Dynamos); Marcel Joseph (Bears); Chris Rahming (Western Warriors); Terry Delancy (Cavalier); Ethan Willie (Western Warriors); Dylan Lightbourn (N/A); Avery Kemp (Dynamos); Isiah Collie (Cavalier); Troy Pinder (Western Warriors); Ivan Rolle (Western Warriors); Perry Brooks (N/A); Stuart Hanna (UB); Shawn Williams (N/A); Phieron Wilson (Dynamos); Rejohn Ene (Bears); Dwayne Taylor (Dynamos); Keegan Bischof (Dynamos); Ricardo McPhee (United); Kevin St Fort (UB); Duane Beneby (Bears); Lesly St Fleur (Bears); Chad Russell (Dynamos); Jaico Pennerman (Western Warriors); Holland Clarke (Western Warriors); Ambry Moss (N/A); Josh Duncombe (UB); Denzel Deveaux (UB); Jordan Farquharson (Western Warriors) and Irvin Brown (Dynamos).

The BFA will announce the coaching staff and the date for the trials in short order.


THE New Providence Oldtimers Softball Association has released its revised schedule, which is due to the fact that they had to postpone games because of Mother’s Day celebrations over the weekend, Carnival the week before and mother nature.

Games on tap for this weekend are as follows:


11am - Lone Rebels vs

Aliv Truckers

1pm - Masqueraders vs


3pm - Corner Boys vs

BTC Vibes

5pm - Superior Waste

Disposal vs Dozer Boys


1pm - Q Club Divers vs

Carlo Rossi Stallions

3pm - KC Construction

vs Masqueraders

5pm - Corner Boys vs

Yelrom Home Boys

Whit Monday

10am - Carlo Rossi

Stallions vs KC


Noon - Superior Waste

Disposal vs Lone Rebels

2pm - Corner Boys vs


4pm - Aliv Truckers vs

Dozer Pros



WEATHER permitting, the Killarney Constituency Association has announced that its inaugural Killarney Men & Women 3 ON 3 Basketball Tournament is all set to begin at 7:30pm May 18 at the Mother Louise Sweeting Park, opposite Nesbitt. The tourney continues at 5pm May 19 with the 3-on-3 tournament set to be held on Sunday, May 20.