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Top player from Turks and Caicos Islands - Farrington - Feb 26, 2005


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Rodger Farrington (200-F-76, college: Arizona St.) is definitely the most known and most successful player coming originally from Turks and Caicos Islands. He had very solid basketball education playing in US colleges, where in 1997 graduated Arizona State University. Then he went thru real roller-coaster, switching many countries, which is very common for professional players, who do not have pro league in their domestic country. Farrington receiced British passport, which allowed him to play as Bosman player in European countries. After graduation from his university, he played in Sweden, UK, Japan and then most of the years in Belgium and Israel. His current team is Hapoel Ironi Nahariya, which is very successful not just in Israeli League, but also in European Cup.  


Stallions win three straight to keep PABA title - 3 Years ago
The GT Stallions have once again stamped their authority on basketball in the TCI and have proved that they are the best closers in a championship series. The now two-time champions lost Game one, but bounced back with three straight wins in the best-in-five series. Their opponents, the Five Cay Flyers were partially responsible; they were unable to hold it together at key moments in the last two games last weekend at the Gus Lightbourne Sports Complex. Flyers led big in Game three; in fa...   [read more]
Turks say they will return to tournament - 10 Years ago
They might be heading home after two short games, but according to Head Coach Clyde Glinton, he definitely thinks they will be back. The 25th edition of the Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic made history this year with the presence of a team from the Turks and Caicos Islands. It represented the first time in the tournament's 25-year existence that an international team played in the tourney.   [read more]
Turks & Caicos: not only soccer - 12 Years ago
Yes, in these Caribbean islands some guys can play also basketball. In fact, theTurks & Caicos (FIBA code TKS) Men National team made its first appearence last summer, competing in the CARICOM Championship, hosted by Cuba.   [read more]



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