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Sunday, April 20, 2014

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CEDENIO REPEATS

Machel Cedenio retained his Carifta Games boys’ Under-20 400 metres title with the easiest of victories at the Stade P. Aliker, in Fort de France, Martinique, late yesterday. Read more »

  • Batsmen blunder again

    The Trinidad and Tobago bowlers fought hard to put the hosts on top, but the batsmen let the advantage slip against the Windward Islands on the first day of the Regional Four-Day semi-final at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain yesterday. Read More »

  • Bajan batsmen fold at Kensington

    Barbados failed to capitalise on a century stand between Shane Dowrich and Ashley Nurse, collapsing to 245 all out off 77.3 overs after winning the toss on the opening day of their Regional Four Day semi-final clash with Jamaica at Kensington Oval yesterday. Read More »

  • Quiet day for Narine, Pollard in IPL

    Sunil Narine and Kieron Pollard were both on the losing side when the Indian Premier League continued in Sharjah yesterday. Read More »

  • Bramble stars at Grand Prix

    Keron Bramble is certainly making a name for himself. Read More »

  • T&T players blanked in ITF qualifying

    AS has been the case over the years, Trinidad and Tobago players were crushed at the very first hurdle when the Under-18 qualifying draws for the ITF (International Tennis Federation) Junior Tournament served off yesterday at Eddie Taylor Public Courts, King George V Park, St Clair. Read More »

  • The record-breaking entertainer

    IT is the season of special anniversaries for two of cricket’s true giants, kindred spirits, both West Indian, both left-handers. Read More »

  • Heart of ‘The Beast’

    The man known as “The Beast” in the athletics world fits the bill in more ways than one. Read More »

  • Kemar Roach in car accident

    West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach escaped serious injury following a car accident here early Saturday, the Barbados Today online newspaper has reported. Read More »

  • T&T to host Caribbean Cup semi-final group

    Eight-time champions Trinidad and Tobago will enter qualifying for the 2014 Caribbean Cup football tournament at the semi-final stage, when they host one of three semi-final groups. Read More »

  • Ames crashes out

    Stephen Ames produced a shocking display to card a 13-over 84, and exit the US$5.8 million RBC Heritage yesterday. Read More »

  • Phillip defends ‘Chetwynd’ title

    SELMA PHILLIP will attempt to capture the women’s singles crown for the second year in succession when the Chetwynd Tennis Club’s Senior International Tournament continues from 9 a.m. today at St Augustine Club, McCarthy Street, Port of Spain. Read More »

  • O’Brien: Momentum has outstanding chance

    THE TRIPLE CROWN is the only jewel missing from champion trainer John O’Brien illustrious career collection. He has suffered several near misses, and just last year was on course for what appeared to a be a surefire success with War Of Words, winner of the first two legs - Easter Guineas and Midsummer Classic. Read More »

  • TOUGH BATTLE

    Trinidad and Tobago will be bracing for a tough battle against the Windward Islands in the Regional Four-Day Championship semi-final starting today at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain from 10 a.m. Read More »

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