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  • MASSIVE WIN FOR WINIDES WOMEN

    JOHN’S, Antigua– Hayley Matthews struck an unbeaten 37 and took 1 wicket to lead the Windies Women to a 71-run victory over Sri Lanka to win game 1 in the 3-match series in Antigua last night (Thursday, October 19).   Sri Lanka won the toss and sent the Windies in to bat. Matthews and…

  • St Anthony’s move into second place

    St Anthony’s College moved into second place in the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Premier Division following their 3-2 win over San Juan North Secondary at San Juan North Ground, Bourg Mulatresse, San Juan on Thursday With leaders Naparima College (26 points) on a bye and second placed Presentation College of San Fernando…

  • SOS Basketball Invitational Ready for Tip Off

    The Maloney Indoor Sport Arena will feature Trinidad and Tobago’s most exciting youth basketball prospects when the Stories of Success Basketball Academy’s 2017 CLUTCH Invitational tournament gets underway, October 21st & 22nd. With the Academy building on the success of its inaugural 2016 youth basketball tournament, the 2017 event has increased its scope, moving…

  • SSFL Graduates with Carlos Edwards

    Carlos Edwards first entered the spotlight on the local football stage during his playing days as a member of the St Anthony’s College team in the Secondary Schools Football League. His first taste of success came at the 1997 Intercol when he helped the Westmoorings “Tigers” to the National title in a 1-0 victory…

  • CWI APPOINTS PATRONS FOR WOMENS T20

    St John’s, ANTIGUA – The defending World T20 Champion, Windies Women will host Sri Lanka in a three-match T20 series at the Coolidge Cricket Ground starting, Thursday, October 19.   The team had a successful 3-0 win in the ODI series which just ended in Trinidad and Tobago. The Women have earned six valuable points…

  • HARD WORK PAYS OFF SAYS JACOBS

      FLORENCE HALL, Jamaica – Damion Jacobs said there was no magic formula or secret to his success in the first “Test against Sri Lanka “A”, rather it was down to hard work, pure and simple.   The Windies “A” leg-spinner earned the Player-of-the-Match award following a haul of six wickets in the Sri Lankans’…

  • Baker leads in Schools Cross Country Run

    Otis Barker will lead the charge for defending team winners Toco Secondary at TTSSTFA’s 2017 edition of the Secondary Schools Cross Country and Health Fair at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain on Sunday, October 15 from 2:00pm.  Barker will be aiming to take the boys 16 & over 6km crown after he…

  • EMPHATIC VICTORY FOR WINDIES WOMEN

    JOHN’S, Antigua– The Windies Women completed a whitewash 3-0 over Sri Lanka with a 40-run victory in the final ODI in Trinidad, as part of the ICC Women’s Championships for qualification to World Cup 2021.   It was a total team effort with batting, bowling and fielding, which allowed for the home team to…

  • Way of the Lion

    ‘Way of the Lion’ Karate Master joins Karate Federation  Karate Master Keith Sammy 6th Dan has joined the Trinidad and Tobago Karate Federation (TTKF). His rank is registered with the World United Karate Organization ( WUKO) Black Belt Registrar.Sensei Sammy is the founder of the Way of the Lion Martial Arts style and co-founder…

  • WOMEN’S CRICKET BREAKS NEW GROUNDS

    93% of sports fans felt ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 had best ever standard of cricket; half of all respondents’ children inspired to try the game and 67% will now follow women’s cricket more closely   ICC Chief Executive David Richardson: “The research confirms our belief in the potential for the growth of women’s…