Saturday, October 25, 2014

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GOALKEEPER Dinnia Diaz produced three penalty kicks stops as Costa Rica edged Trinidad and Tobago women’s national team 3-0 on spot-kicks, becoming the 18th team to book its spot among the 24-member cast for next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, to be played in Canada. Read more »

  • Bravo: All players in the loop

    West Indies ODI captain Dwayne Bravo, in a letter sent to the media yesterday, stated that all correspondences sent and decisions taken by the West Indies squad in India was “in concert with all of the members of the squad” and he was nominated and accepted the responsibility to correspond on behalf of the players on the tour. Read More »

  • Samuels wanted no part of strike

    West Indies stroke-maker Marlon Samuels said he wanted no part of the one-day team’s plan to abandon the tour of India, and revealed he stayed away from most of the players’ meetings on the troubled tour. Read More »

  • Soca Warriors up to 49th

    Trinidad and Tobago’s men national football team were second only to Togo as highest movers up the FIFA rankings after leaping 37 points up the table to a 49th position in the world. It is the highest ranking for Trinidad and Tobago for 13 years. Read More »

  • Rhea Khan and son in Graded tourney

    RHEA KHAN is among the players competing in the Senior Graded Squash Tournament at Cascadia Squash Club, St Ann’s. The tournament served off last night and will conclude today, from 10.30 a.m. Read More »

  • Trinity stay alive

    Trinity College defeated Presentation College Chaguanas 5-0 yesterday to keep their chances alive in the Secondary Schools Football League Championship Division Big Eight competition. Trinity bounced back from a 2-1 loss to Princes Town on Tuesday. Read More »

  • Towett chases UWI Half ‘beaver’

    George Towett will bid for a beaver-trick of UWI SPEC International Half-Marathon titles tomorrow. Read More »

  • Headquarters/ Special Forces win Army 50-mile

    Regimental Headquarters/Special Forces came in first with a recorded time of five hours and 35 minutes (5:35) when the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment held its 50-mile relay marathon competition last Sunday. Read More »

  • Waldrum praises predecessors

    Even before Trinidad and Tobago kicked its first ball at the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championships, American head coach Randy Waldrum was already appreciating the work of coaches who had done the ground work preparing the women he would work with. Read More »

  • Churches knockout continues today

    Peoples United Fellowship hold a 5-2 lead over Greater Malabar Christian Centre going into the second leg matches of the Churches Football League. Peoples United Fellowship are yet to taste defeat on the field of play. Read More »

  • La Rose gets his wheelchair

    Dennis La Rose is equipped to challenge for Class Five honours at the December 17-22 Copa Costa Rica para table tennis tournament. Read More »

  • Sambo Federation makes appeal for $$

    The Trinidad and Tobago Sambo and Combat Federation is seeking over $500,000 to send a squad to the Sambo World Championships in Tokyo, Japan. At a media conference at the Long Circular Mall Fitness Gym, yesterday, president of the Federation Jason Fraser announced that the organisation was “able to secure $130,000 thus far. Read More »

  • ‘Naps’ open ‘Big 4’ campaign

    BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division champs Naparima College open their Big Four competition campaign against San Juan North at Bourg Mulatresse from 3.45 p.m. today. San Juan North finished third in the division and will be underdogs in the contest. Read More »

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