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Saturday, August 23, 2014

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THRASHING

Mystery spinner Sunil Narine triggered an avalanche of batsmen as Bangladesh crashed to 177-run defeat, allowing West Indies to take an unassailable two-nil lead in their three-match One Day International (ODI) series at the National Stadium, yesterday. Read more »

  • Peaty smashes breastroke world record

    Britain’s Adam Peaty set a world record in the 50 metres breaststroke at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin, yesterday. Read More »

  • T&T men top group in CASA

    TRINIDAD and Tobago’s men finished the round-robin group phase unbeaten on Thursday night as the CASA (Caribbean Area Squash Association) Championships continued in Barbados. The 3-2 triumph was their third as T&T finished on top of Group B and were scheduled to oppose Group A runner-up Barbados last night for a place in today’s final. Read More »

  • Martinique qualify for CONCACAF round

    Watching from the stands yesterday, Trinidad and Tobago’s American coach Randy Waldrum and his local assistant Marlon Charles, could not have been too impressed with the Martinique football team after the French Caribbean women edged unlucky St Kitts-Nevis 1-0 in a Group B match in the 2014 Women’s Caribbean Cup at the Hasely Crawford Stadium (HCS), Mucurapo. Read More »

  • Volleyballers, Hislop advance at YOG

    Trinidad and Tobago’s beach volleyball players Chelsi Ward and Malika Davidson advanced to the round of 24 while athlete Akanni Hislop qualified for the Men’s 200 metres A final when the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) continued in the southern Chinese city of Nanjing, yesterday. Read More »

  • Jamaica, Haiti into semis

    Haiti booked a spot at the 2014 Concacaf Women’s Championship from October 16-25 in the US, joining Jamaica as the two Group B qualifiers from the 2014 Women’s Caribbean Cup, currently taking place in Trinidad and Tobago. Read More »

  • The Haitian story

    It’S an amazing story really—Haiti’s ambitious effort to qualify for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup to be held in Canada next June. Read More »

  • Opposition slams St Kitts PM over CPL land reward

    An opposition politician in St Kitts, Chesley Hamilton, has criticised Prime Minister Denzil Douglas after a piece of land valued at US$400,000 was presented to the player of the series in the recently-concluded Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Read More »

  • T&T dart team cop bronze in ‘Americas Cup’

    THE Trinidad and Tobago dart team placed third at the recently concluded seventh World Dart Federation Americas Cup in Tampa, Florida, USA, gaining the bronze medal behind the US and Canada, who were first and second, respectively. Read More »

  • Perfect Day to take feature

    OAKS HEROINE Perfect Day has an excellent chance of taking today’s feature event, for three-year-old and over horses rated 90-60 over 1,600 metres, at Santa Rosa Park, Arima. And based on her graded stakes success she must be go close. Read More »

  • SILVER STAR

    Top Trinidad and Tobago junior swimmer Dylan Carter closed off his Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games campaign with his second medal when he won silver in the men’s 50m butterfly yesterday. Read More »

  • Bledman secures Stockholm silver

    Keston Bledman produced his best run in two months to secure silver in the men’s 100 metres dash, at the DN Galan IAAF Diamond League meet, in Stockholm, Sweden, yesterday. Read More »

  • Bravo wants WI to ‘dig deeper’ for series clincher

    The West Indies skipper Dwayne Bravo wants his charges to “dig deeper” as his side takes on Bangladesh in the second match of the Dhaka Bank Cup One-Day International Series at Grenada National Stadium from 9 a.m. today. Read More »

  • St Kitts take a hit

    It would be an obvious understatement to conclude that St Kitts-Nevis were no match for the Trinidad and Tobago’s women national football Team. Read More »

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