Saturday, April 25, 2015

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Kraigg Brathwaite scored an unbeaten century, his fourth in Test, as the West Indies dominated the fourth day of the second Test with England, yesterday, with the match heading for a draw. Read more »

  • Narine called for suspect action again

    Embattled West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine has been reported yet again for having a suspected illegal bowling action, further tossing the limited overs superstar’s career into deeper turmoil. Read More »

  • RCB whip Royals

    West Indies opener Chris Gayle failed to convert another start but his fireworks were not missed as Royal Challengers Bangalore strolled to an uncomplicated nine-wicket win over Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League yesterday. Read More »

  • T&T, Mexico clash in C’bean rugby championship

    "Wear red, come out and support!" is the cry from the North America and Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) as Trinidad and Tobago host Mexico today in a Caribbean Championship finals fixture. Read More »

  • Spotlight to centre on seniors at Hasely Crawford

    The Trinidad and Tobago Association of Senior Athletes (TTASA) will stage its annual track and field championship at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, today. The meet, which caters to athletes 50 years and over, is scheduled to start at 9.30 a.m. Read More »

  • T&T girls win twice in NORCECA

    APPHIA GLASGOW and La Teisha Joseph won both matches as Trinidad and Tobago pairs performed very creditably on the opening day of this year’s NORCECA (North, Central America and the Caribbean) Beach Volleyball Tour yesterday in Cayman Islands. Read More »

  • W Connection still alive

    Defending champions DIRECTV W Connection edged Caledonia AIA 2-1 yesterday evening at Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, to keep slim hopes alive of retaining their Digicel Pro League football title Read More »

  • Minister: No need to worry

    TRADE minister Vasant Bharath said yesterday there was no need to worry about the clause in the revised policy for the foreign used car industry 2015-2018 that the Trinidad and Tobago Automotive Dealers Association (TTADA) claims is questionable and biased. Read More »

  • Cooper leads South East to U-17 InterZone final

    South east Zone Under-17 skipper Cephas Cooper led from the front, slamming an unbeaten 150 to guide his team to an emphatic 131-run win over North in the BGTT Under-15 InterZone semifinal at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva, yesterday. Read More »

  • St Andrews hosts corporate tourney

    Local charitable organisations will be receiving a helping hand once more from the St Andrews Golf Club as they host their 19th annual Corporate Golf tournament today. There will be 62 two-player teams that will be vying for 14 prizes at the St Andrews Golf Course in Moka, Maraval. Read More »

  • QPCC look to stay top

    While the battle for the Shanghai Construction Group Premier Division One title is still open, the Premier Division Two crown could be decided in round six which bowls off today. Read More »

  • Tickets sell out in 60 seconds

    The fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao has sold out in less than a minute, with tickets immediately making their way onto resale sites. Only 1,000 tickets were made available to fans for the highly-anticipated clash at the MGM-Grand in Las Vegas next Saturday. Read More »

  • Barca eye Bayern revenge, Real face Juve

    Barcelona will have the chance to avenge their 2013 humbling by Bayern Munich after being paired with the Germans again in the Champions League semi-final draw yesterday which also pitted holders Real Madrid against Juventus. Read More »

  • Control Unit going for ‘Sugar’

    CONTROL UNIT is among four horses in a field of six attempting turf for the first time today in the feature attraction of the 14th round of the Arima Race Club’s 2015 Season at Santa Rosa Park, Arima. Read More »

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