Keith Look Loy


THREE of five disgruntled members of the 12-strong Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Board yesterday held a media conference at the Normandie Hotel where they renewed an ongoing complaint that decisions were being taken by the executive without Board approval.

Present were Super League president Keith look Loy, North Zone representative Rayshawn Mars and Women’s football boss Sharon Warrick.

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“We just want to be taken seriously as Board members, going forward,” former national youth goalkeeper and North Zone representative Mars said yesterday.

Echoing the same point was Sharon Warrick, recently-appointed president of Women League Football, who read from a prepared statement.


CARLISTA MOHAMMED captured her third title in successive days when the curtain fell on the National Tennis Championship yesterday at National Racquet Centre, Orange Grove Main Road, Tacarigua.

Immani Matthew, Jenique McLaren and Kymani Felix emerged as the standout athletes at the NGC/NAAA National Juvenile Track and Field Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, on the weekend.

It’s not “do or die” for the West Indies but captain Jason Holder is hoping to celebrate his 100th One-Day International with a victory that would keep his team in the hunt for a semi-final place when their ICC World Cup campaign resumes today.

If the West Indies fall to Bangladesh today their World Cup is effectively over. Yes, mathematically they will still be in it and many diehards will be invoking the tired cliché of cricket’s glorious uncertainties.

AFTER playing the sixth and final match of the opening day after press time last night, Trinidad and Tobago will return first thing this morning (9 a.m.) in the Men’s Pan American Volleyball Cup in Mexico.