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Friday, March 6, 2015

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Boosted Red Force tackle Volcanoes

Although the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force are virtually out of the title race, the players are still pumped up ahead of their WICB Professional Cricket League four-day match against the Windward Islands Volcanoes which gets underway today at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva from 10 a.m. Read more »

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  • Hockey men hammered by Irish

    Trinidad and Tobago senior men’s hockey team suffered their heaviest defeat to date when they were decimated by Ireland 12-2 in their World Hockey League Round Two quarter-final game yesterday in Chula Vista, California, USA. Read More »

  • Happy WACA memories for Ambi

    There was a smile as broad as Western Australia on Curtly Ambrose’s face when he walked out in the middle at the WACA ground to prepare Kemar Roach and Jerome Taylor for their ICC World Cup clash today against India. Read More »

  • Walcott, Borel lead Sports Awards charge

    Tonight, Trinidad and Tobago will find out who are the First Citizens Sports Foundation (FCSF) Sports Awards 2014 picks for Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year. Read More »

  • Skeene to get report on brawl

    Digicel Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene expects to soon be furnished with a report, following a scheduled meeting last night of the League’s Disciplinary Committee. Read More »

  • Brooks: Be the best you can be

    Alena Brooks is urging North Western District primary school athletes to strive for excellence. Read More »

  • Hat-trick for Mc Kenzie in Bishop win

    Bishop Anstey A team’s Stephanie Mc Kenzie scored a hat-trick as they beat St Francois 3-1 in the North Championship Girls match at the St James Barracks Wednesday. Read More »

  • Evans denies spitting

    Manchester United defender Jonny Evans says he did not spit at Newcastle United’s Papiss Cisse during Wednesday’s 1-0 Premier League victory at St James’ Park. Read More »

  • Poyet charged

    Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has been charged with improper conduct after an outburst during his side’s Premier League game against Hull City on Tuesday. Read More »

  • Preysal, Merry Boys win

    CLICO Preysal squeezed out a four-run win over Clarke Road in the Group A of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board Premiership Twenty20 competition on Wednesday thanks to a half century from Eugene La Fleur and an all-round performance from Videsh Sookhai. Read More »

  • McCarthy scores 63 for UTT

    Jameela McCarthy alone scored four times as many goals as the entire Police team when the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) won 70-13 in the Alternative Division of the All Sectors Netball League on Tuesday. Read More »

  • National U17s whip Rangers

    St Augustine Senior Secondary striker Laurelle Theodore netted a beaver-trick as the National Under-17 girls football team recorded a lop-sided 9-0 victory over St Ann’s Rangers team in the Girls under-18 Division of the 15th Annual Carapichaima Youth Super League. The competition began last Saturday and continues this weekend. Read More »

  • Live English, Irish racing at OTB’s Monday

    UNLIMITED betting will be accepted on live English and Irish horse racing from next Monday at all the Arima Race Club (ARC) Off Track Betting (OTB) shops, and also on the ground floor of the Club at Santa Rosa Park. Read More »

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