Club Vision: Promoting excellence in sports, wellness of life and positive social interaction.
The Club's Objectives: The association of ladies and gentlemen in games, entertainment and activities of a healthy, recreational and cultural nature. The mental, physical, cultural and moral improvement of its members. Club Mission: To become the Club of choice in Barbados and the leader in sports social & cultural activities, by inspiring our members to achieve excellence in sports & life. Club Values: Respect & consideration for fellow members Commitment & purpose in our actions Discipline, self control and fair play Honesty & integrity
Congratulations to Barbados U20 girls & U21 boys teams on winning Caribbean Junior Volleyball Championships in Martinique.
The girls defeated Trinidad 3-0 and boys defeated Curaçao 3-0
Carlton Club was represented by Nerissa Dyer & Destiny Cummins!!
What a great way to cap off the year as a club in the same way we began... WINNING!!!
Congratulations to all the Carlton lads who are currently competing in Colonial Medical Insurance Super 50 Cup!
Their respective teams have reached the Semifinals stage of the competition!!!
🏏 🏏 🏏 @ Carlton Club
Congrats to Nerissa Dyer & Destiny Cummins on making Barbados Junior National Volleyball team. The team will be competing in Martinique from Dec. 7th to 14th! 🇧🇧 🏐 🇧🇧 @ Carlton Club
Congrats to Nyeem Young & Matthew Forde on making West Indies cricket U19 World Cup Squad! @ Carlton Club
2019 Senior KO volleyball fixture! 🏐🏐🏐
Division One Volleyball Senior knockouts fixture!!! Carlton is represented by CRL
Congrats to our very own Volleyball player Shani Waithe on being awarded a Barbados Scholarship!!!! 📚🏐
Congrats to our very own Tiara Johnson on her 1st national cap. She will be Representing Barbados at the upcoming regional youth volleyball tournament in Jamaica!
We wish her & the entire team all the best!!! 🇧🇧 🇧🇧
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Sagicor T20 Champions 2019🏆🎉🎊
Carlton Cricket Team T20 Champions 2019🏆🏆
Another win for our Div 1 volleyball team! This time versus Chargers 17-25, 25-20, 25-9, 21-25, 15-12.
Dear Fellow Members,
Please be reminded of Carlton Club's A.G.M. taking placetomorrow Wednesday April 27th at 5:30 p.m. at Carlton Club.
Man of the match!!!!
Batting: 62* off 88 balls
Bowling: 10-0-36-2 Econ: 3.60
icc-cricket.com Springer Innings – BAN v WI
Round 2 takes place next Friday, February 5th at 6:30 p.m. where the sport being played will be Football.
This will be a seven-a-side game taking place on the lawn in front of the pavilion. Rolling subs will again be allowed.
It has been decided through discussions with the Footballers that small bars will be used except when Phoenix is playing, when they will be attacking the hockey- sized goal bar.
There will no sliding tackles permitted and a free kick will be given to the opposing side if anyone goes to ground.
The game length is made up of 15 minute halves.
The order of the matches will be as follows:
Footballers vs. Phoenix
Footballers vs. Cricketers
Phoenix vs. Cricketers
Bonus points will be given to Phoenix and Cricketers if they beat the Footballers at their own game.
Bonus points will also be given for the following:
· Best supported team
· Hat-trick Hero (Team gets Bonus pts)
· Clean-sheet Bonus
· Most Outrageous Goal on the night
· Most Outrageous Goal Celebration
Looking forward to seeing everyone next Friday at 6:30p.m. May the best teams win!!!!!
Great sport, wonderful music, tremendous plays. I am of course talking about Round 1 of the Carlton Club Interdisciplinary Games, 2016.
Phoenix, the defending Champions, came into the night wanting to prove a point and to show that last year was no flash-in-the-pan victory. This was proven by the fact that the Volleyballers arrived early to practice, not only honing their own craft, but even playing cricket on the hard court, obviously looking forward to the Cricket round.
Volleyball, however, was the sport on the night. Unfortunately the footballers and cricketers did not show up in the numbers that were hoped for and were therefore represented by a team aptly named “6 Fellas who turned up”.
In the first game Phoenix played the “6 Fellas who turned up”, who represented the Cricketers. In a game that was highly contested “the 6 Fellas” took an early lead where they seemed to tease Phoenix, allowing them to get close before pulling away again. Then Tamisia started playing like a woman possessed, spiking anything in her range that could not be blocked, jumping higher than anyone, blocking everything that came her way. The fellas couldn’t figure out where her powers came from, then quite suddenly the penny dropped, or to be more accurate, Tamisia’s secret weapon (her necklace- just to be clear) fell to pieces from under her shirt all over the court as she went for another outrageous block. After this, Tamisia had trouble jumping half as high as her past blocks for the rest of the game, but Phoenix rallied around their teammate and came from behind to win 25-22. Points: Phoenix 15
The second game saw Phoenix take on the “6 Fellas who turned up”, this time representing the Footballers. In this game, “the 6 Fella’s” took an unassailable early lead and never looked back. Phoenix came close and there was the questionable call when the ball hit the pole and bounced in, causing the momentum that the “the 6 Fella’s” had built up to be lost. However the “the 6 Fella’s” held on and won the game 25-21. The story may have been quite different had the necklace survived the first game!Points: Footballers 15
As the “6 Fellas who turned up” obviously could not play a game against themselves, the match between the Footballers and Cricketers could not take place.
Bonus Points were also awarded as shown below:
Footballers are awarded 5pts for beating Phoenix at their game.
Most Spikes per game: Phoenix: 10 pts (5 pts in each game they played.)
Best Server on the night: Narissa (Phoenix): 5 pts.
Most Outrageous Block on the night: Janelle (Phoenix): 5 pts.
Best Supported Team: Phoenix: 5 pts
Standings after Round 1:
1. Phoenix: 40 pts.
2. Footballers: 20 pts.
3. Cricketers: 0 pts.
Dear Fellow Members,
Round 1 of the Carlton Club Interdisciplinary Games is soon upon us.
We look forward to seeing all of you Friday Night at Carlton Club at 6:30 p.m. for the Volleyball Round.
The Points system will be the same as last year and is as follows:
Win: 15 Points
Bonus Points will be 5 points each.
Bonus Points will be awarded for the following:
Best Server on the night
Team with Most Spikes per gameMost Outrageous Block on the nightBest Supported TeamIf the Football Team and The Cricket Team can beat the Volleyballers at their own game they will get Bonus points in addition to the 15 points for a win.
See everyone Tomorrow !!!!!!
Dear Fellow Members,
It is that time of the year again, what you all have been waiting for.
Carlton Club Interdisciplinary Games has returned.
Round 1 will take place Friday January 22nd 2016 commencing at 6:30 p.m. where the game of choice will be Volleyball.
Will Phoenix defend their title or will there be a new Champion engraved on the trophy?
Come on down and please bring your friends.
See you there.
Carlton's cricket team is into the quarter-finals of the BCA Sagicor General T20 Championship at Kensington Oval on Friday, June 12 vs Pickwick.
Game begins at 7.
Let's show our support for the team. Please wear Red and White!
One of our 3rd Division football teams has made the playoffs in the BFA competition.
Sunday June 7th vs. Potential Ballers at 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday June 9th vs. BDF at 7:00 p.m.
Both games are being played at the Wildey Astro turf.
Please wear red and white and come out and support our footballers.
We are pleased to announce that Can Carlton Men Cook? will now be taking place on Saturday July 4th at 7:30 pm. at Carlton Club.
We apologize for any inconvenience the postponement of this event may have caused and we hope to see you there.
Dear Fellow Members,
Due to certain unforeseen circumstances, Can Carlton Men Cook? will NO LONGER be taking place next week Saturday May 30th 2015.
A new date has been tentatively set for either June 13th or July 4th but once confirmed a circular will be sent out informing all members.
Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Carlton Junior Program - Match Day 2
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Carlton Juniors vs. St Catherine Juniors Barracudas
Following a comprehensive victory on the previous day, Carlton Juniors, the tournament's defending champions travelled to Bridgefield, St. Thomas for their opening "home" fixture. The change in venue was necessitated as the imperious Desmond Haynes Oval in Black Rock that the juniors have turned into a veritable fortress, continues to undergo rehabilitation.
The beautiful and well turned out facilities, the home of Melrose Cricket Club, witnessed a competitive game of cricket involving the visiting St. Catherine Juniors Barracudas with their noisy band of over 50 supporters. Unfortunately for the St. Philip posse, the only item on the menu was grilled Barracuda as the lads from Black Rock cooked up a 5 wicket victory at a low to moderate temperature.
Upon winning the toss, Captain Kai Rollins had no hesitation in inserting the visitors and handed the new ball to his big fast bowling pair of the unrelated Matthew and Rashaun Forde. The opening exchanges saw both bowlers struggle for consistency, as the score-man was kept active by a flurry of sundries in the form of wides. It was telling that the by the 5th over and with the score on 27/2 only 9 runs had come from the bat, with the dismissed batsmen both bowled as each Forde claimed a wicket a piece.
Kai, who was an important member of the victorious 2014 team as an opening bowler, came on in the 7th over in the mode of an off spinner, due to a niggling shoulder injury, in an effort to bring a measure of control to the proceedings. The score by then had advanced to 35 without further loss. However, it was only with the dual introduction of the authentic spinners in Nathan Forde, a key member of the victorious Herman Griffith Primary School Champions, West Terrace, alongside the veteran Nicholas Austin, that the match turned decidedly in favour of the "home" team.
Ten-year old Nathan displayed a maturity beyond his years and bowled with superb confidence in an excellent display of control and guile. His final figures of 7-0-14-2 was just reward for his effort. Nicholas, another key member of last year's victorious team, was again a model of consistency. His returns were an even more impressive 7-3-7-2.
By the time they were through their unbroken spells, the responsibility was given to the returning Matthew Forde to "clean-up" the tail. The tall, quick pacer, who fancies himself as the quickest bowler in the competition, eventually lined up two deliveries to claim the wickets of batsmen nos. 10 and "Jack", both clean bowled. Before that, there was a wicket for slow bowler Kai Patrick as the new players continued to make their contribution.
The final score was 93 all out off 27.5 overs with Matthew finishing with 3/29 off 4.5 overs. There were a whopping 31 sundries with the only double figures contributors being Latrelle Greenidge batting at 4 who made 13 before being run out and the no. 6 batsman Jaden Small who was also left undefeated on 13 when the innings closed.
The reply from the champions was measured with each batsman undertaking a disciplined approach to the moderate target. The early innings was highlighted by a key second wicket partnership of 32 off 10.4 overs between Rashad Armstrong, 18, and Nicholas promoted to no. 3, who scored 19. This, following an opening partnership of 19 in 5.1 overs before the loss of opening batsman, Jahkayi Codrington.
The wicket of Rashad with the score on 51 created a middle order wobble as new batsman Kai perished to first ball "duck". Shortly thereafter, with the score only advancing to 64 in the 21st over, Nicholas' long vigil at the crease came to and end; the very next delivery the team was further tested as incoming batsmen Cekae Forte was trapped leg before wicket by visiting pacer Deshawn Norville-Thompson, who along with fellow pacer Ramar Newton were in the mist of inspired spells and backed up by a spirited fielding effort from their teammates.
The Champions dug deep as Matthew in a batting role alongside another primary schooler in Christian Haynes, featured in an unbroken sixth wicket stand of 30 off 6.1overs that secured victory. Matthew was always positive and quick in identifying scoring opportunities, but it was the 11-year old Christian a student at Charles F. Broome Primary, that caught the eye. In his first competitive innings for his new team, the unflappable youngster was both correct and sure-handed in his methods as he reached 15 not out by the end of the match. Matthew too remained until the end with his personal score on 20, with the target achieved off exactly 27 overs. For their efforts Newton and Norville-Thompson were rewarded with the figures 7-1-16-2 and 5-0-23-2 respectively.
It the end, a thoroughly satisfying victory given the fact that the starting line-up was missing two match-winners from the prior day in batsmen Jaydon Broomes and Saamel Cooper, along with key pacer, Ta'shaun Leacock who was carrying a leg strain. This all makes for an interesting selection headache as the team hosts Wanderers "A" in its next match at Bridgefield on Sunday, January 25, 2015.
Man of Match: Nicholas Austin
Match Day 1, Saturday, January 17, 2015 - Northern Academy vs. Carlton Juniors at Speightstown
Nothern Academy 135/8 off 35 overs (Sachin Clarke 39 not out; Shomar David 21; Kemar Boyce 14; Rashon Paul 13; Nicholas Austin 4/14 off 7 overs)
Carlton 136/1 off 19.4 overs (Jaydon Broomes 37 not out; Jahkayi Codrington 33 not out; Saamel Cooper 22)
Result: Carlton won by 9 wickets
Match Day 2, Sunday, January 18, 2015 - Carlton Juniors vs. St. Catherine Juniors Barracudas at Bridgefield
St. Catherine 93 off 27.5 overs (Latrelle Greenidge 13; Jaden Small 13 not out; Matthew Forde - 3/29; Nicholas Austin 2/7 off 7 overs; Nathan Forde 2/14 off 7 overs)
Carlton 94/5 off 27.0 overs (Matthew Forde 20 not out; Nicholas Austin 19; Rashad Armstrong 18; Christian Haynes 15 not out; Ramar Newton 2/16; Dashawn Norville-Thompson)
Result: Carlton won by 5 wickets
The final round will take place on Wednesday 21st January at 2:30 p.m. at the Desmond Haynes Oval where cricket will be the sport being played.
These will be 10/10 matches taking place on the hard courts with a soft (tennis) ball.
Order of Matches will be:
JWB vs. Phoenix
JWB vs. Court Kickers
Phoenix vs. Court Kickers
Standings after Round 2:
1. Phoenix: 75 points
2. Court Kickers: 55 points
3. JWB (Johnnie Walker Bats): 20 points
Round 2 of the Interdisciplinary games.
Football was on the menu and we had three captivating games on show.
The first game was the Court Kickers vs. Phoenix. Phoenix were very pumped up for this game - not sure if the Calypso that was pounding in the background was the motivation but Phoenix started very strong in the first half and were rewarded with a very controversial penalty that was awarded for a minor collision inside the box. Up stepped Phoenix talisman Jason who sent a rocket past the Court Kickers keeper Moreland to give Phoenix a 1-0 lead. This sent the Phoenix supporters on the touch line into raptures.
This seemed to wake up the Court Kickers who for the rest of the half besieged the Phoenix goal area but could not break down their dogged defense. During this second half, a different Court Kickers emerged, obviously due to the highly nutritious and thirst quenching beer consumed during half time. Alex who has returned from knee surgery showed Falcao how it’s done by scoring two quick goals early in the second half. A third was added when David (mis)controlled a pass with perfection into the bottom right hand corner.
Phoenix were given a lifeline when Jason when he noticed the keeper was off the line and struck one from about 15 yards into the goal to bring Phoenix within one goal of equalizing. However Patrick put the game to rest with an absolutely fabulous shot from about 2 yards.
Final score: 4-2 Court Kickers Pts 15.
The second game saw JWB challenging the Court Kickers. During the break between games however an upset spectator (allegiance unknown) must have run onto the pitch and spread some very slippery substance on the surface as the first half had players from both sides losing their footing and giving the spectators plenty to cheer about in the stands. The dead lock was then broken though by a lovely shot by Derek from just outside the area. David then added a quick second with a simple tap in and the Court Kickers were on their way.
JWB, however, were not to be discouraged. Adrian picked up the ball just inside his own half and went on a mesmerizing run through the field until he just had Spencer to go. A quick shoulder drop had Spencer moving right with Adrian moving left and Spencer could not move back to the left quick enough before the ball was in the back of the net and had Spencer regretting wearing the second-hand boots he had come a across about a year ago.
Unfortunately for JWB, Alex restored the Court Kickers’ two goal cushion with a penalty after Derek was brought down in the area. In the second half Alex scored his second before Adrian scored a late goal to give the result a more respectable score line.
Final Score: 4-2 Court Kickers Pts 15
The final game of the evening saw Phoenix take on JWB where Phoenix shocked the opposition by again taking an early lead in the first half thanks to their top scorer Jason. Jason again scored just before half time to give Phoenix a 2-0 half time lead. Jason then completed his hat-trick early on in the second half before adding a fourth to leave JWB reeling on the ropes.
However JWB came storming back again, with two goals from Adrian in quick succession. Adrian then kept JWB in the match with a fantastic headed save of Jason’s free kick that was just dipping under the bar.
Phoenix were not to be denied though and Sade then scored a great goal to give Phoenix a 5-2 lead. The fans went crazy as Sade performed a 1 ½ somersault with a double twist as she celebrated her goal with her team mates crowded around her as Phoenix celebrated a tremendous victory.
Final Score: 5-2 Phoenix Pts 15
Bonus Points were also awarded as shown below:
Best supported team: Phoenix Pts 5
Hat trick Hero: Jason (Phoenix) Pts 5
Most Outrageous Goal on night: Adrian (JWB) Pts 5
Most Outrageous Goal Celebration: Sade (Phoenix) Pts 5
Best Save of the Night: Adrian (JWB) Pts 5
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