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Friday, October 24, 2014

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Glory Road

It’s D-day. The day either Trinidad and Tobago or Costa Rica qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the first time. Read more »

  • Pakistan board gives Ajmal more time

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has deferred banned off-spinner Saeed Ajmal’s trip to England for an independent test of his remodelled bowling action. Read More »

  • Players must give reasons for pullout, says Ganga

    Former West Indies cricketer Daren Ganga called the West Indies’ pullout of the India series “very unfortunate” and called for a full investigation into the issues that brought about the abandonment of the tour. Read More »

  • WI women staying focused

    The West Indies women’s team management say their side will not be distracted by the storm of controversy surround their male counterparts. Read More »

  • WICB sponsors concerned about impasse

    The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), reeling from the fallout from the team’s withdrawal from the tour of India, is facing fresh pressure from its worried commercial and broadcast partners. Read More »

  • Tasting Tokyo silver

    On October 19, 1964, Wendell Mottley captured Trinidad and Tobago’s first ever Olympic 400 metres medal. The bespectacled quartermiler produced a 45.2 seconds clocking to earn silver at the Tokyo Games, just behind American Mike Larrabee (45.1). Read More »

  • Birth of a Track Nation

    Birth of a Track Nation, a 50th anniversary celebration in honour of Trinidad and Tobago’s first post-independence Olympic medallists—Edwin Roberts, Wendell Mottley, Edwin Skinner and Kent Bernard—is being aired on CCN TV6. Read More »

  • Hungry Jabloteh eye First Citizens final

    Boosted by their 2014 First Citizens Cup wins against two-time winners Defence Force and six-time winners W Connection en route to the semi-final round, two-time winners San Juan Jabloteh plan to go all the way to the title and $100,000 winners’ prize. Read More »

  • Christopher to head Caribbean darts body

    For the first time in its 35-year history, the Caribbean Darts Organisation (CDO) is being led by a native of Trinidad and Tobago, Roger Christopher. Read More »

  • Isidore fights for WBC title

    Boxing resumes after a year at the Jean Pierre Complex at 7.30 p.m. today when Fine Line Fight Factory presents a four-bout professional card with the main event having the WBC CABOFE super lightweight title up for grabs between Prince-Lee Isidore of Trinidad and Tobago and Barbadian Revlon Lake. Read More »

  • Lawson stars for USA in World League

    Former West Indies fast bowler Jermaine Lawson marked his debut for the United States by helping to demolish Bermuda on the opening day of the six-nation Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division Three 50 overs tournament in Malaysia yesterday. Read More »

  • Three look for semi-final spots in Big Eight

    North Zone winners Queen’s Royal College, South Zone champions Princes Town West Secondary and East Zone runners-up Barataria South Secondary, will all be aiming to clinch semi-final spots when the Championship Division Big Eight playoffs in the BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League continue this afternoon. Read More »

  • Big changes

    Massive changes are coming to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) constitution. The new TTFA constitution will expand the number of delegates to represent elite football (from Pro League and Super League clubs), delegates for women’s football and the addition of an ethics committee and an electoral committee to oversee TTFA elections. Read More »

  • Charles: We will qualify

    Former head coach Marlon Charles, is elated at the possibility of the Trinidad and Tobago’s national women’s football team qualifying for the 2015 FIFA Women World Cup. Read More »

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