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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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No regrets

Red Steel skipper Dwayne Bravo is standing by his decision to allow Nicholas Pooran to take on Sunil Narine in the Super Over against the Guyana Amazon Warriors which resulted in their first and only loss so far in the second edition of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League Twenty20. Read more »

  • Farinha in 100m semis

    Trinidad and Tobago’s Jonathan Farinha will face the starter in the men’s 100-metre semi-finals today after placing second in his heat on the first day of the IAAF World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon, USA yesterday. Read More »

  • Walcott carries Red, White & Black

    Reigning Olympic men’s javelin champion Keshorn Walcott will have the honour of carrying the Trinidad and Tobago flag at the Common­wealth Games opening cere­mony here in Glasgow, Scotland, today. Read More »

  • T&T U-15s make winning start

    Trinidad and Tobago got their West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Under-15 title defence off to a perfect start with a six-wicket victory over the Windward Islands at Kensington Cricket Club in Barbados yesterday. Read More »

  • Chambers out sprint relay squad

    Chambers withdrew from England’s sprint relay squad for the Commonwealth Games yesterday to concentrate on next month’s European Championships in Zurich. Read More »

  • Super League $ uncertain

    Four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) in prizes for the 2013 season of the National Super League have not yet been paid, and prize money for the current Super League season is not yet guaranteed since, for the first time in seven years, title sponsors bmobile have not yet given a commitment to the semi-professional second tier of local football. Read More »

  • Joo Lee, Lawrence lead T&T Juniors to Caribbean Champs

    Wan Joo Lee and Ysabelle Lawrence, male and female captain of the Trinidad and Tobago golf team, will lead this country's 14-member squad into battle when the Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championship tees off at the Dorado Beach Golf Resort in Puerto Rico next Tuesday. Read More »

  • Mixed warm-up results for hockey teams

    The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s national hockey team continued to show good form in their penultimate warm-up match before actual competition at the Commonwealth Games, Glasgow 2014 on the weekend. Read More »

  • St Augustine blitz Real Dimension

    REAL DIMENSION certainly are not the force of old. Read More »

  • DELIGHTED
  • Volleyballers collect five NORCECA awards

    DESPITE losing in three straight sets to Mexico in the match to determine the 24th and final qualifiers for the Women's World Volleyball Championships, Trinidad and Tobago's players picked up five individual awards during the closing ceremony Sunday night at the Sport & Physical Education Centre of the St Augustine Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI SPEC) . Read More »

  • U-15s try for repeat

    Kirstan Kallicharan, Leonardo Julien, Chrystian Thurton and Nathaniel McDavid were all part of the Trinidad and Tobago Under-15 squad last year and will return this year to add experience to the side that will be trying to defend it Regional Under-15 title in Jamaica over the next week. Read More »

  • Cavaliers to sign Andrew Wiggins

    A person familiar with the negotiations says the Cavaliers will sign No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins to a contract, an imminent deal that would prevent any potential trade from being completed for 30 days. Read More »

  • Water polo club championships next week

    The first National Water Polo Club Championships co-hosted by Royhil Seals and Marlins Aquatics Club splashes off on August 1 at 3pm at the Marlins Olympic sized pool, in Westmoorings. The tourney will pit each of those clubs and Silver Sharks Swim Club against each other in six categories. Read More »

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