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Sunday, November 23, 2014

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T&T on the ropes

Some late resistance from Yannic Cariah could not save the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force from conceding a 72-run first innings deficit against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on the second day of their Professional Cricket League four-day match at Warner Park, St Kitts, yesterday. Read more »

  • T&T hockeymen in gold medal match

    Trinidad and Tobago’s men’s hockey team will play for gold at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games after prolific national striler Akim Toussaint blasted the game’s lone goal in their semi-final encounter against hosts Mexico at the High Performance Centre, yesterday. Read More »

  • Wild Excitement at Santa Rosa

    WILD EXCITEMENT got the perfect “prep’ for the Stewards Cup when horse racing continued yesterday at Santa Rosa Park, Arima. The American-bred four-year-old made all the running in the feature and penultimate event of ten races during the 41st round of the Arima Race Club’s 2014 Season. Read More »

  • Underdog, an understatement

    EVEN with all the optimism in the world, it is impossible to shake the notion that the West Indies team that leaves next Sunday for its tour of South Africa is heading for a certain trouncing. Read More »

  • Bovell lands third straight 50m free gold

    Trinidad and Tobago’s top swimmer George Bovell splashed to this country’s first gold medal on the final day of the swimming competition at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games Thursday night in Veracruz, Mexico. Read More »

  • Gabriel, Khan give Red Force 1st day honours

    The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force took command of their second round Professional Cricket League four-day match against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes thanks to some late strikes by pacer Shannon Gabriel and leg-spinner Imran Khan which saw the hosts slip from 87 for three at lunch to 133 for six when bad light ended play at Warner Park in St Kitts yesterday. Read More »

  • Penalty InterCol glory for Mucurapo

    Determination was the key for East Mucurapo Secondary as they defeated St Mary’s College 3-2 on penalties to lift the Secondary Schools Football League Coca Cola North Zone InterCol title at Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain yesterday. Read More »

  • Fudadin to replace Darren Bravo

    The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Committee today named Assad Fudadin to the West Indies Test tour to South Africa. Read More »

  • Wild Excitement tough to catch

    WILD EXCITEMENT has come into the picture in today’s feature attraction at Santa Rosa Park, Arima, after continuous rain throughout the week forced officials to switch the four turf events on today’s ten-race card to the main course. Read More »

  • Sancho: Make sure this doesn’t happen again

    Former Soca Warrior Brent Sancho is hoping that episodes like the near boycott of the Caribbean Cup final by the senior men’s football team earlier this week become things of the past. Read More »

  • Weather scuttles Under-13 cricket

    INCLEMENT weather has forced the cancellation of the two national Under-13 trial matches scheduled for yesterday and tomorrow at Gilbert Park, California. Read More »

  • Billingy says goodbye

    KELLY BILLINGY was among four players who said goodbye to the competitive game when the Central American and the Caribbean (CAC) Games Women’s Volleyball Championships concluded Thursday night in Mexico. Read More »

  • Ames helps youngsters strive for excellence

    Former PGA Player’s Champion Stephen Ames passed on priceless tips on the art of the short game to junior golfers at St. Andrews Golf Culb, Moka as part of the ‘Strive for Excellence’ programme coordinated by the Director of Golf, Chris Harries and Pro golfer Anthony Gill on Monday. Read More »

  • More than 100 in CBAC tourney

    MORE than 100 youngsters will be competing the Central Badminton Academy & Club (CBAC) Junior Open Championships today and tomorrow at the Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas. This is the fourth year of the tournament and action will get going after the players from three clubs and 16 schools participate in an 8.30 a.m. opening ceremony, which will include a parade of teams. Read More »

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