Tuesday, September 23, 2014

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Bravo delivers

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo failed with the bat but picked up two wickets as his Chennai Super Kings brandished their batting might, to beat Dolphins by 54 runs in the Champions League Twenty20 yesterday. Read more »



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  • Republic Day Classic set to pedal off

    The recently renamed Nelson Mandela Park (formerly King George V Park) in St Clair will come alive tomorrow as it again plays host to the annual Republic Day Cycling Classic which is set to pedal off at 2.00 pm. Read More »

  • Windies, NZ women square off in T20

    West Indies women’s performance in the just concluded four-match One-Day International series against New Zealand women, has come in for high praise from their head coach Sherwin Campbell. The hosts rolled out several commanding performances to sweep New Zealand 4-0 and Campbell said they were now beginning to show the type of development in character and talent he expected. Read More »

  • TTCB ready for franchise business

    Red Force Trinidad and Tobago Limited. That is how the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) will be doing business under the new franchise system soon to be introduced in West Indies cricket. Read More »

  • San Juan try to tame Tigers

    It will be a bumper afternoon of football with action in the Premier Division, Tobago and all four zones in the Championship Division of the BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League. Read More »

  • Caledonia at home in first game of final

    STEPHEN ‘LIGHTER’ LEWIS, who represented Trinidad and Tobago at international level, has called time on his competitive basketball career. On Sunday night, he suffered a right shoulder injury, which led to the decision to retire. He said this shoulder problem first flared up one month ago, but after Sunday night’s game, he was forced to make the tough call. Read More »

  • Walcott, Maharaj shine in Tobago

    Messiah Walcott and Shreya Maharaj emerged as champions in the youngest age group at the Tobago Open Table Tennis Tournament, held at the Scarborough Secondary School on the weekend. Read More »

  • Maharaj pedals to ‘keep-fit’ triumph

    Only recently returned to the country after a long stint abroad, which included the 2014 Elite Pan Am Cycling Championships in Mexico, distance rider Varun Maharaj stamped his authority on the Elite Open/Invitational field in the latest Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation’s latest keep-fit road event on Sunday. Read More »

  • Beach v/ball pair come up short

    AYANA DYETTE and Nancy Joseph failed to reach the knockout phase of the NORCECA (North, Central America and the Caribbean) Beach Volleyball Tournament Saturday in Puerto Rico. Read More »

  • Boodramsingh oozing confidence

    TOMORROW’S Trinidad Derby Stakes has all the ingredients of a Best Village play, filled with intrigue and drama. The drama evolves around the Barbadians, who are blaming the Arima Race Club (ARC) for their entry, Voldemort, not being shipped in from Barbados since last week. Read More »


    Trinidad and Tobago’s Sunil Narine bagged three for nine as his Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) recorded a four-wicket victory over Lahore Lions in their CLT20, Group A game in Hyderabad, yesterday. Narine and the other spinners stifled the opposition before the KKR batsmen Robin Uthappa and Gautam Gambhir overhauled the inadequate target. Read More »

  • WI women top rankings

    The West Indies has taken full advantage of its home One-Day Internationals (ODIs) against New Zealand when it surged to the top of the ICC Women’s Championship table and its players made significant movements in the Reliance ICC ODI Women’s Rankings, released on Saturday. Read More »

  • Hinds in support of new system

    West Indies Players Association (WIPA) president and CEO Wavell Hinds said the new franchise system will allow Caribbean cricketers to market themselves to other international leagues better. Hinds added the system will also improve them and help to lift the WI players to a more international level instead of them having to learn their trade on the job. Read More »

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