Chavez Belboda and Jermaine Francis led St. Kitts and Nevis’ first at the first International Handball Federation’s Men’s North American and the Caribbean Emerging Nations Championship, defeating Barbados in their final match of the Tournament. Chavez Belboda and Jermaine Francis scored 10 goals out of 16 attempts and 17 respectively as the team bested their
The St. Kitts and Nevis National Handball Team travel to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to compete in The 1st IHF Men’s North American and the Caribbean Emerging Nations Championship. Monday April 8. 12 teams from North America and the Caribbean (NAC) will take part in the debut this highly beneficial competition for the region. The
The St. Kitts and Nevis Handball Association mourns the tragic and untimely death of it’s captain. The sad and unexpected passing of it’s 19 year old Star Handball player has brought a dark cloud over the executive, management and players of the sport locally. Secada was a young man that was full of life and
The Department of Sports Summer Camp, set for the 17th to the 21st of July 2017 are ready for another year of fun activities. This year, HANDBALL is being offered for the first time. We hope for the sport of HANDBALL to be a permanent fixture to the summer program. The other sports being offered
SKNHBA – St. Kitts and Nevis Handball Association held it’s first-ever official handball tournament took place on the islands, featuring three male and two female teams – not only firmly planting St. Kitts and Nevis on the handball map.
When Ms Vernitha Maynard, Development Bank’s Marketing Officer, heard about the game’s predicament she took it upon herself to apprise the Bank’s Board and Management as to what is happening with this struggling sport discipline where players were doing so well. “Sport is evolving every day, we love the excitement but even more so we
St. Kitts and Nevis delivery Across 10 days and overseen in person by Frantisek Taborsky, Member of the IHF Executive Committee, from 18-19 April, St. Kitts and Nevis received a coaching course, followed by a referee and match delegate course from 20-21 April. The following day (22 April), the first-ever official handball tournament took
Officers of the department of sports and school teachers from St. Kitts and Nevis are currently undergoing training in Handball put on by the St. Kitts Hand Ball Association with view of an inaugural championship starting later this month. The workshop is being lectured by International Handball Professor Dr Frantisek Tavosky from the Czech Republic. During