Sunday, October 26, 2014

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...Two men, one teen killed yesterday

A TEENAGE boy was among three people murdered early yesterday morning in east Trinidad which brought the country’s murder toll to 327 up to last night. The murder toll at this time last year was 311. Read more »

  • Second Chance

    Trinidad and Tobago’s women’s national football team, the “Soca Princesses,” have a second chance at claiming an automatic qualifying spot for the 2015 FIFA Women World Cup, when they battle Mexico today in the third place playoff at the 2014 Concacaf Championship from 3 p.m. in Chester, Pennsylvania, United States. Read More »

  • Naps prevail
  • Fudadin century can’t stop WI A slide

    Opener Assad Fudadin struck his fourth first class hundred but West Indies A’s batting woes continued on the opening day of the third and final four-day “Test” here yesterday. Read More »

  • Naparima tame San Juan in Big 4

    The BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division Big Four competition got off to a predictable start yesterday, with the inaugural Premier Division champions Naparima College beating San Juan North Secondary 2-0 in Bourg Mulatresse and runners-up St Anthony’s College rolling past Tobago champions Speyside High 3-0 at St Mary’s Ground. Read More »

  • T&T U17s scrape into CONCACAF Finals

    Trinidad and Tobago’s Men’s Under-17 team have advanced to the CONCACAF Final round of qualification for the 2015 FIFA U-17 Men’s World Cup after capturing the best third place spot at the Caribbean Finals in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Read More »

  • Isidore lands super lightweight crown

    Trinidad and Tobago’s Prince Lee Isidore gained a sixth round TKO over Barbados’ Revlon Lake to win the WBC CABOFE super lightweight title in the main bout of the Fine Light Factory card Friday night at the Jean Pierre Complex. Read More »

  • The telling timeline

    AS West Indies cricket teeters on the edge of extinction, with the president of the board, his directors and the players all seemingly unaware of how close they have brought it to the precipice, yet another independent committee has been given the challenging job of trying to save it from itself. Read More »

  • Central, Stars in FCC final

    Defending champions Central FC have reached the final of the First Citizens Cup again and will battle for the $100,000 first prize against North East Stars from 8.15 p.m., this coming Friday at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. Read More »

  • Grazette brothers back for ‘Nationals’

    THE GRAZETTE brothers will return to competitive action this week in the National Open Tennis Championships at Eddie Taylor Public Courts, King George V Park, St Clair. Read More »

  • Kick Start coaches arrive in Caribbean

    Chelsea FC Foundation coaches received a warm welcome when they arrived at the Courtleigh Hotel and Suites in Jamaica for the start of the annual Digicel Kickstart youth football coaching programme. Read More »

  • QPCC, Petrotrin show form

    The finalists of the Women’s and Men’s Open competition of the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) were to be determined last night as the competition in the pool stage concluded Friday. Read More »

  • Mahabir is Master of the Caribbean

    TRINIDAD and Tobago’s David Mahabir was crowned Masters champion of the region when the Caribbean Table Tennis Championships ended Friday night in Cuba. The Canada-based player completely dominated the field in the 45 & over age-group, dropping just one game from his five matches. Read More »

  • Half-century for Katwaroo in practice match

    Steven Katwaroo fired a half-century (60) for the T&T Ottley XI to lead his side’s first innings effort when the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (T&TCB) held its second practice match at Balmain, Couva yesterday. Read More »

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