Monday, November 24, 2014

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The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force turned the tables on the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on the penultimate day of their Professional Cricket League four-day match at Warner Park in St Kitts yesterday. Read more »

  • Women ‘Warriors’ enter camp

    Trinidad and Tobago’s women Soca Warriors will enter a live-in training camp from tomorrow for their final week of preparations for the all-important FIFA Women’s World Cup final leg qualifying match against Ecuador at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain which takes place next Tuesday. Read More »

  • Hockey women miss out on bronze

    The Trinidad and Tobago hockey women’s team just missed out on a bronze medal after losing 2-1 to Mexico in their bronze medal match on the penultimate day of the hockey competition at the Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Veracruz, Mexico, yesterday. Read More »

  • Ali remembered at book launch

    “It is said that no great man lives in vain, since the history of the world is but the biography of great men.” Those were the opening comments by Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh during his address at the launch of the biography of former West Indies and national cricketer Inshan Ali, titled Pride of Preysal – The Inshan Ali Story, at the Couva/Point Lisas Chamber in Couva on Saturday. Read More »

  • Rain continues to wreak havoc in Barbados, Jamaica fixture

    Not a ball was bowled for the third straight day in the rain-hit second round match between hosts Barbados Pride and the Jamaica Franchise in the WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day Tournament, due to wet conditions. Read More »

  • Deonarine stars with the ball

    Narsingh Deonarine starred again for the Guyana Jaguars yesterday, this time with the ball as the took five wickets for 24 runs to dismiss the Windward Islands Volcanoes for 184 and give his team a 107 first innings lead on the third day of their Professional Cricket League four-day match at Guyana National Stadium in Providence. Read More »

  • Wins for WASA, Caledonia in Toyota Classic

    Super League outfit WASA FC pulled off a major upset when they defeated dethroned champions and three-time winners W Connection on penalty kicks in their Toyota Classic match at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on Saturday night. Read More »

  • Ordinary people, extraordinary stories

    Do you know the secret of Inshan Ali’s success as a left-arm wrist-spinner? Dhal, rice and bhaji. At least that’s according to his sister, Shafeeza Ali-Motilal, who after 20 years of procrastination has finally completed what she describes as a “labour of love” in telling her deeply personal story of a supremely talented younger brother who put the village of Preysal firmly on the cricketing map and paved the way for a succession of talents from the sugarcane heartland over the ensuing 40-plus years to gain recognition and success national, regionally and internationally. Read More »

  • T&T on the ropes

    Some late resistance from Yannic Cariah could not save the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force from conceding a 72-run first innings deficit against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on the second day of their Professional Cricket League four-day match at Warner Park, St Kitts, yesterday. Read More »

  • T&T hockeymen in gold medal match

    Trinidad and Tobago’s men’s hockey team will play for gold at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games after prolific national striler Akim Toussaint blasted the game’s lone goal in their semi-final encounter against hosts Mexico at the High Performance Centre, yesterday. Read More »

  • Wild Excitement at Santa Rosa

    WILD EXCITEMENT got the perfect “prep’ for the Stewards Cup when horse racing continued yesterday at Santa Rosa Park, Arima. The American-bred four-year-old made all the running in the feature and penultimate event of ten races during the 41st round of the Arima Race Club’s 2014 Season. Read More »

  • Underdog, an understatement

    EVEN with all the optimism in the world, it is impossible to shake the notion that the West Indies team that leaves next Sunday for its tour of South Africa is heading for a certain trouncing. Read More »

  • Bovell lands third straight 50m free gold

    Trinidad and Tobago’s top swimmer George Bovell splashed to this country’s first gold medal on the final day of the swimming competition at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games Thursday night in Veracruz, Mexico. Read More »

  • Gabriel, Khan give Red Force 1st day honours

    The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force took command of their second round Professional Cricket League four-day match against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes thanks to some late strikes by pacer Shannon Gabriel and leg-spinner Imran Khan which saw the hosts slip from 87 for three at lunch to 133 for six when bad light ended play at Warner Park in St Kitts yesterday. Read More »

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