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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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More of same from Windies

West Indies Twenty20 skipper Darren Sammy wants his team to continue their domination of over Bangladesh in the one-off T20 bowling off at 8 p.m. today at Warner Park in St Kitts. Read more »

  • Ramdin staying focused

    After leading the West Indies to a clean sweep of the three-match One Day International series against Bangladesh, wicketkeeper batsman Denesh Ramdin is now turning his attention to the one-off T20 between the two sides at Warner Park in St Kitts, bowling off at 8 p.m. Read More »

  • Haiti trounce Martinique 5-1

    HAITI finished a respectable third at the first Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup, after defeating Martinique 5-1 yesterday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. Read More »

  • Colossus of an umpire dies

    AT five feet, four inches, no taller than a jockey, even shorter in a characteristic crouching stance behind the stumps like a rider in the home stretch, Douglas Sang Hue was dwarfed by the towering fast bowlers of his time who pounded past him in their delivery stride. Read More »

  • Platini to state intentions this week

    Michel Platini is set to announce tomorrow if he will challenge Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency. Read More »

  • Ronaldinho leaning towards Palmeiras

    Ronaldinho could be headed to Palmeiras, and the Brazilian club is hoping to make the deal official on Tuesday as part of its centennial celebrations. Read More »

  • De Freitas now racing fast bikes

    Nadine De Freitas, 52, daughter of trainer and former champion jockey, Ed De Freitas, and former WITCO Sports woman of the year, has moved on from galloping horses on the racetrack to riding fast motorcycles. Read More »

  • Ex-president mourns passing of basketball star

    Former president of the National Basketball Federation of Trinidad and Tobago, Brian Manning, has offered his condolences to the family, friends and fans of former national player Devougn Lamont, who died suddenly last week of a heart attack after a training session with his professional club team in France. Read More »

  • Sharks sign 4 players

    FOUR players have been added to the Central FC roster mere days before the Pro League transfer deadline closes on Sunday. The Sharks have added trialist Qian Grovesnor, Jean Luc Rochford and Marcelle Francois to the roster, while re-signing Ataullah Guerra, the Trinidad and Tobago men’s national team midfielder, for another season. Read More »

  • Cycling loses Ronald Dickie Snr

    The local cycling fraternity has lost another member: Ronald Dickie Snr. Read More »

  • Table tennis 'Thon' on Sunday

    The Trinidad and Tobago table tennis fraternity will be hosting a 12-hour Table Tennis-a-Thon on Sunday, which will be geared towards bringing more visibility and awareness to the sport. Read More »

  • BLAST cop ‘Republic’ U-12 title

    JERRY MORRIS scored the only goal as BLAST edged Trendsetter Hawks 1-0 to win the Under-12 final of the 2014 Republic Bank National Youth Football League, which took place last Saturday at ‘Casual’s Corner’ in the Queen’s Park Savannah. The tournament saw over 60 teams from across Trinidad and Tobago, playing eleven-a-side football. Read More »

  • Alcons win season opener

    Malta Carib Alcons opened the new Eastern Football Association (EFA) season with a victory after edging SKHY FC at UTT ground. Alcons scored a 1-0 win with Tyrik John’s lone item coming in the 52th minute. There were also victories for House of Dread, who beat BOSS FC 4-0, while Valtrin drew 2-2 with Carib FC and WASA FC held Prison FC 1-1. Read More »

  • Ramdin, Bravo run amok

    Denesh Ramdin and Darren Bravo entered the record books with blistering centuries as West Indies brushed aside Bangladesh by 91 runs to complete a clean sweep of the three match One- Day International series here Monday night. Read More »

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