• RAKEEM CHRISTMAS while a member of NBA's Indiana Pacers

    Rakeem Christmas, Wesley's NBA Player

    A few years ago Dominica's Garth Joseph, then a former Flames Centre in the national league, made it to the NBA. This caught the attention of the local media and ...

  • ELECTRONS pose with 1974 Knockout Championship trophy (L-R): Cuthbert Robinson, Hubert Charles, George Daniel, Errol Blackman, Al Monelle, Eddie Royer

    Of Atoms & Electrons (Part II)

    Part I of the article presented on Atoms (1967-1970), including members of that team who represented Dominica. The article concludes below.

  • McFORD ZAMORE played with SMA, and Atoms & Dominica's State Team from 1967-1970

    Of Atoms & Electrons(Part I)

    In the world of science an atom is may times the size of an electron. And so it was with the Atoms and Electrons who ran our courts during the ...

  • All-ladies team of table officials, DABA 3x3 game, 2020. Photo: DABA Facebook Page

    Women 'Ballers Can Jump Too! (Part IV)

    Part III of the article presented on high-scoring women; women's teams meting out or conceding blowout defeats; and women basketballers representing Dominica (in part). The article concludes below.

  • Dominica's Women's Basketball Team, 3rd Place in Gillian Brazer Tourney, Antigua, 2006

    Women 'Ballers Can Jump Too! (Part III)

    Part II of the article completed the presentation on "on-and-off" representation; presented the longest serving women's teams; home-bases of women's teams; Women's All-Star Team and Women in 3x3; and awards ...

  • MICHELLE S, one of the pioneer women's basketball teams; early 1980s. Courtesy C. Severin-Abraham

    Women 'Ballers Can Jump Too! (Part II)

    Part I of the article presented on Dominica's first women's basketball team; level of participation of women's teams in the national league; about women's teams playing in lower men's divisions'; ...

  • PIONEERS, Dominica's first women's basketball team, 1980 photo


    In the year of Our Lord 2021 women's sporting disciplines at the national level in Dominica include netball, rounders, volleyball, track & field, football, cricket, and basketball. But up until ...

  • Washway Douglas (Centre) with Jacob Barry and Jarquan Hamilto of the OO Washers Programme

    Warshwoa, Possie's Mr. Basketball

    Part I of the article presented on some of Adenauer Douglas' involvement in basketball in Portsmouth and in DABA's national league, more specifically his involvement in basketball administration, and the ...

  • Washway Douglas (in white short), Coach of YSA Washers

    Warshwoa, Possie's Mr. Basketball

    A member of the Douglas family in Portsmouth, he was christened Adenauer but is more popularly known by his nickname which he spells "Warshwoa", but this is pronounced "Wash-way". Many ...

  • Donnie Robinson (L) played with Harks from late '80s; his dad Edgar played in 1970s

    Harks Were Here!(Part III)

    Part II of the article completed the presentation on "So Close, But Yet So Far", presented on the lack of a dedicated team coach, Harks' high-scorers, and began presenting on ...

  • See article for photo caption

    Harks Were Here!(Part II)

    Part I of the article presented on Harks' entry into the national league, the ensuing years, and one of their failed attempts to capture a championship. The article continues below.

  • SKOL International Harks, early to mid-80s. Photo Courtesy Lobie (Back L-R): E. Loback, Edgar Robinson, David Williams, Jonathan Prevost (Front L-R): Tony Dixon, Albert Lawrence, Augustus Harris.

    Harks Were Here!(Part I)

    You hear the word 'hark', an Old English word that means listen, and immediately your mind flashes to that popular Christmas Carol, "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing". But in Dominica's ...