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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

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Kieron Pollard’s Barbados Tridents, the 2014 Limacol Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty20 champions, will open their title defence against last year’s runner-up, the Guyana Amazon Warriors, when the 2015 edition bowls off on June 20 at Kensington Oval in Barbados. Read more »

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  • KKR: Narine must play in IPL...or else

    With a week to go for the start of the eighth edition of the India Premier League (IPL), there is controversy in the air. The defending champions, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are on a collision course with the BCCI regarding off-spinner Sunil Narine’s participation in the tournament. Read More »

  • Davis dethrones Trestrail

    EMMA DAVIS was the winner in the latest battle of the Emmas and Jasmine Leon Soon was perfect to become the first champion as the Catch National Junior Tennis Championships continued yesterday at Eddie Taylor Public Courts, Nelson Mandela Park, St Clair. Read More »

  • Bootan leads North Zone to victory

    Jonathan Bootan was at the forefront of another North Zone Under-19 victory yesterday taking a match haul of eight wickets for 56 runs to lead his team to an innings and 177-run win over Tobago at St Mary’s College Ground in St Clair, yesterday. Read More »

  • Loyalty, logic and Phil Simmons

    Of all the coaches the West Indies team has had since 1995, I can’t recall any of them being so universally acclaimed as “the right man for the job” as has the latest one in the hot seat, Phil Simmons. One can understand the optimism. Read More »

  • Warren wants shot put record

    Portious Warren signalled a warning to her regional rivals with a solid series of throws at the Carifta trials, earlier this month. Read More »

  • Parris eyes precious metal

    Jeminise Parris will make her Carifta Games under-20 debut in St Kitts and Nevis on the weekend. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete is a former champion at the regional junior meet, having captured the girls’ under-17 300 metres hurdles title in 2013. At the 2015 edition, she will bid for honours in the girls’ under-20 100m hurdles. Read More »

  • Red Force players inspire youth cricketers

    Trinidad and Tobago Red Force cricketers Akeal Hosein, Steven Katwaroo and Yannick Ottley all passed through the BG T&T InterZone youth tournaments and are now part of a cadre of professional crickets in the region. Read More »

  • Connelly named All Sectors MVP

    THe University of Trinidad and Tobago’s Kielle Connelly was named best Premiership Division defender and Most Valuable Player of the 2015 season of the All Sectors Netball League (ASNL). Read More »

  • Cassie cousins claim national titles

    CASSIE cousins, Leon and Sonja, captured singles titles when the curtain fell Monday on the National Junior Badminton Championships at Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas. Read More »

  • James 3rd in Arizona dash

    Jamol James bagged bronze in the Arizona State Pac-12/Big Ten Invitational men’s 100 metres dash, in Arizona, USA, on Saturday. The Arizona State University student got to the line in 10.51 seconds. Read More »

  • Arrindell dominates Series I Dinghy Championships

    The Trinidad and Tobago Sailing Association (TTSA) National Dinghy Championships Series 1 were sailed in strong winds off Chaguaramas last weekend. Read More »

  • Wilson scores all 6 for Army

    Justin Araujo-Wilson scored a first half brace, then completed a beaver-trick in the second in netting all six goals in a Defence Force 6-0 rout over Club Sando in the Under-13 division of the Malta Carib 2015 Youth Pro League on Sunday. Read More »

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