Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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Yannick Ottley’s highest first class score—76 not out—and Jason Mohammed’s seventh first class half century (56) propelled the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to a come-from-behind six-wicket win over the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on the final day of their WICB Professional Cricket League four-day match at Warner Park in St Kitts yesterday. Read more »

  • Stickmen settle for silver

    The Trinidad and Tobago men’s hockey team took silver when Cuba defeated them 5-1 yesterday in the final at the High Performance Center in Veracruz, Mexico. T&T’s total medal tally after ten days of the two-week competition is now eight-- one gold, one silver and six bronze. Cuba’s Yoandy Blanco scored a quickfire double in the 28th minute and a third in the 62nd minute to rattle the T&T squad, coached by former national player Rafael Govia. Read More »

  • Hinds, Best get call up for Barbados Pride

    Former Barbados skipper Ryan Hinds, along with Kyle Corbin, Roston Chase and Tino Best will replace Kraigg Brathwaite, left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn and fast bowlers Kemar Roach and Jason Holder in the Barbados Pride squad for their Round 3 WICB Professional Cricket League first class match against Guyana Jaguars at Providence in Guyana, starting on Friday. Read More »

  • Jaguars maul Volcanoes

    The Guyana Jaguars, led by Veerasammy Permaul’s eight wickets for 36 runs, defeated the Windward Islands Volcanoes by 92 runs on the final day of their second round match in the WICB Professional Cricket League (PCL) at the National Stadium at Providence, yesterday, to remain at the top of the standings. Read More »

  • ‘Pepsi’ in 7th heaven

    TRAINER Harriram ‘Pepsi’ Gobin got a wish that he never dreamt could come through at yesterday’s draw for the inaugural running of the three-race UK vs Caribbean Jockeys Challenge, which was held in the Racehorse Owners office, Santa Rosa Park, Arima. Read More »

  • T&T v/ball men go into action

    TRINIDAD and Tobago will be in action today when the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games Men’s Volleyball Tournament serves off in Mexico. In addition to the Caribbean champions, teams from Bahamas, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela will also be competing. Read More »

  • McRae headlines pro card Saturday

    Joel McRae will headline Saturday’s professional boxing card, when he laces up the gloves for a light heavyweight bout against Earl Niles at the Cosmic Boxing Gym in Marabella. After a successful contest on October 24 against Selwyn Guy, McRae is hopeful that he will score another victory which will propel him towards a shot at the national super middleweight title next year. Read More »

  • Unbeaten Spicer keeps PowerGen ahead

    CATHERINE SPICER won her two matches as PowerGen prevailed for the 11th time in succession recently to conclude the first half of the second division of the National Table Tennis League in pole position. Read More »

  • Parkites star at judo tourney

    The Queen’s Park Judo Club’s (QPJC) third and final edition of its 2014 tournament was held at the Dunross Preparatory School, Read More »

  • Speyside, Mucurapo clash at Shaw Park

    For East Mucurapo Secondary, today’s Coca-Cola national InterCol quarter-final match against Tobago’s Speyside is another opportunity to kill a giant when the teams clash in at Shaw Park,Tobago, from 3.45 p.m. Read More »


    The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force turned the tables on the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on the penultimate day of their Professional Cricket League four-day match at Warner Park in St Kitts yesterday. Read More »

  • Women ‘Warriors’ enter camp

    Trinidad and Tobago’s women Soca Warriors will enter a live-in training camp from tomorrow for their final week of preparations for the all-important FIFA Women’s World Cup final leg qualifying match against Ecuador at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain which takes place next Tuesday. Read More »

  • Hockey women miss out on bronze

    The Trinidad and Tobago hockey women’s team just missed out on a bronze medal after losing 2-1 to Mexico in their bronze medal match on the penultimate day of the hockey competition at the Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Veracruz, Mexico, yesterday. Read More »

  • Ali remembered at book launch

    “It is said that no great man lives in vain, since the history of the world is but the biography of great men.” Those were the opening comments by Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh during his address at the launch of the biography of former West Indies and national cricketer Inshan Ali, titled Pride of Preysal – The Inshan Ali Story, at the Couva/Point Lisas Chamber in Couva on Saturday. Read More »

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