Friday, January 30, 2015

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Sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste is eligible to compete again. Read more »

  • Cooper wants four-day spot

    Despite being released from his Indian Premier League Twenty20 franchise Rajasthan Royals late last year, Trinidad and Tobago all-rounder Kevon Cooper is still optimistic that 2015 will be a good year for him. Read More »

  • Nikita Miller takes Narine’s W/Cup place

    Seasoned left-arm spinner Nikita Miller has been named to replace Sunil Narine in the West Indies World Cup squad. Read More »

  • Windies fined for slow over rate

    West Indies have been slapped with a fine by the International Cricket Council, for their slow over rate during Wednesday’s loss to South Africa in the fifth and final One-Day International. Read More »

  • Under-17s screened and cleared

    Thirty members of the Trinidad and Tobago National Men’s Under-17 team underwent medical screenings last Tuesday at the Ato Boldon Stadium as they continue their build-up to the CONCACAF Under-17 Championship and Final round of World Cup qualifiers in Honduras next month. Read More »

  • ‘Sharks’ nip Caledonia

    Central FC Sharks restored their six-point advantage atop the leaderboard of the 2014-2015 Digicel Pro League when they edged Caledonia AIA 1-0 courtesy of an Ataullah Guerra penalty in the 27th minute of their Round Two encounter at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on Wednesday. Read More »

  • Stern John, ‘Ya Ya’ Cordner for Football Festival

    Former 2006 World Cup hero and Premier League striker Stern John heads a cast of past and present national football stars who will descend on the UWI SPEC ground on Sunday as the third annual Wired868 Football Festival kicks off in St Augustine. Read More »

  • Chelsea blank media conference

    Chelsea have cancelled their pre-match news conference ahead of Saturday’s top-of-the-table crunch game against champions Manchester City, the Premier League leaders said yesterday. Read More »

  • Russia to cut W/Cup budget

    Russia will cut the budget for hosting the 2018 World Cup as part of plans to slash state expenditure while recession looms, Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko said yesterday. Read More »

  • Renales, Mohammed to represent badminton

    JADA RENALES and Naim Mohammed will represent the sport of badminton in the First Citizens Junior Sports Awards tonight at Hyatt Regency Hotel, Port of Spain. Read More »

  • Down to the wire in men’s semis

    AFTER another night of pulsating action, deciding matches have become necessary in both men’s best-of-three semi-finals in the premier division of the Trinidad and Tobago Volleyball Federation’s National League. Read More »

  • Leaders UTT bounce back

    AFTER going down with surprising ease the night before, University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) bounced back in style when the second division of the National Table Tennis League continued Wednesday night. Read More »

  • T&T official for Indoor World Cup

    Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board official Sergeant Donny Gobinsingh is scheduled to umpire at the 2015 Men’s Indoor Hockey World Cup that takes place in Leipzig, Germany from February, 4-8. This is the first time a Trinbagonian umpire has been appointed to officiate at an Indoor Hockey World Cup event. Read More »

  • Diego Central, Corpus Christi win big in Schools League

    Diego Martin Central hammered Tranquillity College 10-0 in their North Minor League contest when the two sides met at the St James Barracks, in Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) 2015 Secondary Schools Outdoor League action Wednesday. Read More »

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