Sunday, April 14, 2024

Hockey in the Park


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IT’S HOCKEY in The City.
For the first time in over three decades, the sport’s best players will be taking their talents to Queen’s Park as the Bridgetown venue is set to become the primary venue for this month’s Banks International  Hockey Festival.
Barbados Hockey Federation (BHF) president David Rouse disclosed the sport’s big return  to The City while releasing  other details of the festival’s  28th edition.
“We had a good inspection of the venue and right now it is well prepared and very suitable for two pitches,” Rouse said, of Queen’s Park as the host site.
“We will also have two pitches at Weymouth and another at Empire but we definitely plan to play most of the games  at Queen’s Park,” he added.


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