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Saturday, March 28, 2015

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Form meets pedigree

There’s been no place like home for Australia and New Zealand on their respective paths to the World Cup final but just one of the co-hosts will enjoy that particular advantage when they meet in tomorrow’s (11.30 tonight T&T time) title decider. Read more »

  • ON A HIGH
  • Ward goes for another ‘South’ shocker

    JEROME WARD will attempt to produce a third consecutive upset when the A-Division semifinals of the KCL South Classified Tennis Tournament is contested this morning at Petrotrin Club, Pointe-a-Pierre. Read More »

  • North open BGTT U-19 with easy win

    Jonathan Bootan took a match haul of nine wickets for 56 runs to help North to a convincing innings and 24-run win over North East on the second day of their opening round match of the BG T&T Under-19 InterZone two-day tournament, yesterday. Read More »

  • Barbados advance to second round

    Barbados overcame a shock first leg defeat to hammer the US Virgin Islands 4-0 in the second leg on Thursday and storm into the second round of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Read More »

  • Phoenix still unbeaten

    Preysal Phoenix maintained their unbeaten run in the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Cricket Association Premiership League competition last weekend with an easy 86-run win over defending champions Moosai Sports and will be looking to stretch their winning streak to eight when they face Jus United at Macaulay Recreation Ground in Claxton Bay, tomorrow. Phoenix, led by a top-score of 86 from Britney Cooper and 55 from West Indies captain Merissa Aguilleira, posted a competitive 203 for seven off their reduced 44 overs. Read More »

  • Madeira Islands Open rescheduled

    The Madeira Islands Open, cancelled last week due to extreme weather, has been rescheduled to take place in July at Clube de Golf do Santo da Serra. Read More »

  • Merry Boys hunt outright win against Esmeralda

    Centuries from Samuel Felix and Jeetendra Sookdeo put defending champions Merry Boys in control against Esmeralda Sports on the opening day of their Shanghai Construction Ground National League Premier One match last Saturday. Read More »

  • ‘Toco Boys’ looking to extend streak

    DANEIL WILLIAMS and Fabian Whitfield will go after their eighth consecutive tournament victory today when the second leg of the Trinidad and Tobago Volleyball Federation’s Beach League continues from 9.30 a.m. at Saith Park, Chaguanas. Read More »

  • Slade: Jones’ move to Bournemouth a business one

    Cardiff City’s Trinidad and Tobago international Kenwyne Jones has been sent on loan at fellow English Championship side Bournemouth, in a move described as a business decision, by the Welsh side’s manager Russell Slade. Read More »

  • ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
  • ‘Catch’ tennis draws 200 youngsters

    NABEEL MOHAMMED and Emma Rose Trestrail are seeded to retain their under-18 crowns in the Catch National Junior Tennis Championships. Read More »

  • Hard Knocks edge West Wood Strikers 1-0

    FC Hard Knocks continued their relentless march towards retaining the Lendore Village Football League crown when they edged West Wood Strikers 1-0 at the Chrissie Terrace Recreation Ground in Enterprise on Wednesday. Read More »

  • Lang Amour to strike gold

    FORMER champion juvenile Gabby’s Gold will attempt to regain his past glory in today’s feature event at Santa Rosa Park, Arima. Read More »

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