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Thursday, April 17, 2014

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LEAVING AT THE TOP

Amit Jaggernauth has been contemplating retiring from first-cricket for a while. Read more »

  • Ramdin wants to lead by example

    Denesh Ramdin is back at the helm of the Trinidad and Tobago team and wants to lead by example when they tackle the Windward Islands in the Regional Four-Day Championships semifinals starting tomorrow at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain. Read More »

  • Phillip to lead T&T in Grand Prix

    Njisane Phillip will lead the national senior men’s team when the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation (TTCF) hosts the three day 2014 International Easter Grand Prix from today until Sunday. Racing starts 5 pm each day. Read More »

  • Challengers win without Chris Gayle

    West Indies batting star Chris Gayle was missing through injury but Royal Challengers Bangalore hardly put a foot wrong as they beat Delhi Daredevils by eight wickets, to open their Indian Premier League campaign on a positive note yesterday. 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 »

  • Hackshaw in ITF final

    TRINIDAD and Tobago’s Emma Davis was beaten in both semi-finals, but fellow two-time defending national Under-14 champion Scott Hackshaw reached the doubles final when the Barbados ITF (International Tennis Federation) Junior Tournament continued Wednesday. Read More »

  • $20,000 at stake in Hoopla basketball

    A $15,000 first prize is up for grabs when the three-day Hoopla Basketball Tournament returns over the Easter Weekend. Read More »

  • Gabriel happy with consistency, eyeing Test recall

    Before the start of the season, Trinidad and Tobago fastbowler Shannon Gabriel said he was looking for consistency and after six games, he thinks he has achieved that to some extent. Read More »

  • Hard Drive claim Mayaro round robin windball title

    RBSL Hard Drive Sports Club are the new round robin champs of the bpTT Mayaro Windball Night Cricket League which launched its 2014 season at the Mayaro Government School Ground on Saturday. Read More »

  • TTRFU hires ex-England international Greening

    The Trinidad and Tobago Rugby Football Union (TTRFU) with the assistance of the Solidarity Fund, has engaged the services of Phil Greening, former England Hooker and professional rugby player of 14 years’ experience, to work with the T&T national teams’ coaches as they prepare for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in July (senior men’s team) the NACRA Under-19 tournament also in July (Under-19 men’s team) and the NACRA Championships later in the year (men’s and women’s 15s teams). Read More »

  • Jardim fined, referred to TTRA

    Threatened strike action by the Racehorse Grooms Association (RGA) on Easter Monday has been averted, the Express has been informed. Read More »

  • Gobin supports Momentum and Headline News

    PREVENTION is better than cure they say, and trainer Harriram “Pepsi” Gobin is therefore seeking to take preventative measures for unbeaten filly Soca Rhapsody, entered for Monday’s 1,800-metre NLCB Easter Guineas at Santa Rosa Park. Read More »

  • Super sunil

    A four-wicket haul from West Indies ace spinner Sunil Narine stunned champions Mumbai Indians and sent them crashing to defeat in the opening match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) yesterday. Narine grabbed four for 20 to curtail Mumbai’s run chase as Kolkata Knight Riders won by 41 runs in Abu Dhabi. Mumbai, with another West Indies and Trinidad and Tobago player Kieron Pollard in their lineup, stumbled to 122 for seven after Kolkata had amassed 163 for five, with Jacques Kallis and Manish Pandey scoring 72 and 64 respectively. Read More »

  • Lee wins Junior Open in playoff

    Wan Ju Lee held his nerve in the playoff of the Boys 16-17 category to win in an exciting end-game at the St Andrew’s Golf Course in Moka yesterday. Junior Dinesh Jackree, the defending champion for this division of the three-day Republic Bank-sponsored Caribbean Junior Golf Open, hit himself into trouble when he found the trees on his drive from the 18th hole playoff tee that put him off the main fairway. Read More »

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