Friday, October 31, 2014

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Sympathy for comrades

Two Trinidad and Tobago players have expressed sympathy with their West Indies colleagues and the position the predicament which prompted them to withdraw from the tour of India two weeks ago. Read more »

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  • WI top of ICC meeting agenda

    Salvaging West Indies’ next scheduled tour—to South Africa—would be the first priority at next week’s board meeting of the Internal Cricket Council (ICC), top cricket official Wally Edwards has said. Read More »

  • Sarwan arrives for practice match

    Ramnaresh Sarwan has arrived in Trinidad and Tobago and will get a workout this weekend in T&T Cricket Board three-day practice match bowling off today at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva from 10 a.m. Read More »

  • Sir Andy: Focus on BCCI

    Former West Indies fast bowler Sir Andy Roberts says he is not in agreement with the decision by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to set up a task force to probe the circumstances which gave rise to the abandoned tour of India. Read More »

  • Bennett goes for third straight title

    OLIVIA BENNETT will attempt to complete a perfect season at home when the National Open Tennis Championship continues today at Eddie Taylor Public Courts, King George V Park, St Clair. Read More »

  • The Genesis Chapter

    Prior to the 1964 Games in Tokyo, Japan, Trinidad and Tobago’s Olympic honour roll featured just two men—weightlifters Rodney Wilkes and Lennox Kilgour. Read More »

  • Birth of a Track Nation

    Birth of a Track Nation, a 50th anniversary celebration in honour of Trinidad and Tobago’s first post-independence Olympic medallists—Edwin Roberts, Wendell Mottley, Edwin Skinner and Kent Bernard—is being aired on CCN TV6. Read More »

  • 50m free silver for George Bovell

    Trinidad and Tobago Olympic swimmer George Bovell won silver in the men’s freestyle final during the FINA/Mastbank Swimming World Cup which took place in Tokyo, Japan earlier this week. Read More »

  • Sharks defend First Citizens Cup tonight

    Central FC captain Leston Paul believes that the Sharks have what it takes to defend their title, when they play North East Stars for $100,000 in tonight’s First Citizens Cup (FCC) final. The 2014 finalists meet from 8.15 p.m. at the Ato Boldon Stadium. The final will be proceeded by a 6 p.m. match between unbeaten Central Football Association leaders Cunupia FC and Harlem Strikers. Read More »

  • Singh leads Sando Open

    Fide Master (FM) Vishnu Singh, a student of Presentation College, Chaguanas leads the field of 28 players in the Inaugural San Fernando Chess Open tournament currently in progress at District Scout Headquarters, Embacedere. Read More »

  • Palo Seco edge Guaya Utd 1-0

    Palo Seco put some space between themselves and Guaya United, when they came away with a 1-0 victory from a rescheduled National Super League match on Wednesday Corey Cyrus scored the lone goal in the 20th minute, giving Palo Seco victory and keeping them in third spot, but only on goal difference, having now joined second-placed WASA on 26 points. Read More »

  • Double crown for Quan Chee

    KERIAN Quan Chee completed a spectacular return to competitive action when the curtain fell on the Trinidad and Tobago Badminton Association’s (TTBA) Doubles Tournament on Wednesday night at the Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas. Read More »

  • North vs South in Big 8 semis

    It will be a North versus South battle in the semi-finals of the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Championship Division Big Eight playoffs today with promotion to the Premier Division at stake. Read More »

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