Ball Games

Ball Games

  • TTHB to host there Easter Youth Festival

    The Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board will host their Easter Youth Festival at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Friday 30th March, 2017 from 9am to 5pm. The competition will feature mixed, female and male teams in the under 13, 16 and 21 categories. The last edition of the tournament was held in 2015 and…

  • TTFA PARTNERS WITH UEFA

    The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will host a three-day workshop in collaboration with UEFA which will focus on the Overview of Football in Trinidad and Tobago, the structure of the FA and a proposed plan for the T&T Pro League. Following discussions with CONCACAF and UEFA led by TTFA President David John-Williams, UEFA…

  • Senior National Teams Resume Training

    The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s and Women’s Senior National Programs are set to resume training in preparation for the upcoming Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games which will be held in Barranquilla, Colombia from 20th -29th July 2018. This multi-sport regional championship event is held every 4 years. This year will be the 23rd…

  • WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN

    WINDIES SQUAD FOR T20I SERIES IN PAKISTAN   JOHN’S, Antigua– Cricket West Indies (CWI) has confirmed the 13-member WINDIES squad for the imminent Tour of Pakistan which features three Twenty20 Internationals on April 1, 2 and 3 in Karachi. SQUAD Jason Mohammed (Captain) Samuel Badree Rayad Emrit Andre Fletcher Andre McCarthy Keemo Paul Veerasammy…

  • NES STARTS ITS 2018 YOUTH PRO LEAGUE…

    North East Stars Football Club which won the 2017 Pro League competition and did not get any prize money for winning had a late start to their 2018 Youth Pro League campaign. Because of machinations with some of the coaches which resulted in late registrations of the U14 and U16 players, the U18 team…

  • Windies v PNG at ICC World Cup Qualifier

    HARARE, Zimbabwe – Windies captain Jason Holder spoke to CWI Media following his Man-of-the-Match performance in the win over Papua New Guinea at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament. The towering six-footer stood tall with a career-best 99 not out which hauled the Windies out of trouble at 58-4 in the 12th over. They reached…

  • Parkites Hailed as Best in the Caribbean

    DOUBLE crowned champions of last season’s cricket season, Queen’s Park has been hailed as possibly the best club team in the region. This from second vice-president of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board Lalman Kowlessar who praised the historic Tragarete Road, Port-of-Spain cricket institution when the National League Premier I competition bowled off on…

  • INVESTMENT IN WOMEN’S CRICKET

    St John’s, ANTIGUA – Cricket West Indies (CWI) has confirmed its continued commitment to further developing Women’s Cricket in the region. Following the successful declaration of the three host countries; Guyana, St. Lucia and Antigua and Barbuda, for the upcoming ICC Women’s World T20 2018 that will be held in the Caribbean in November, CWI…

  • TTFA AGM TO BE RECONVENED

    TTFA AGM TO BE RECONVENED YET AGAIN WITHIN 30 DAYS OVER APPROVAL OF AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 2016. TTFA PRESIDENT FAILS TO ATTEND AGAIN. For the second consecutive time, TTFA President, David John Williams, failed to appear before TTFA members to answer questions regarding transparency and accountability to have the  Audited financial statements for 2016…

  • WI coaching and support teams Confirm

    St John’s, ANTIGUA – Cricket West Indies (CWI) has announced changes to the coaching and support teams for the current WINDIES squads. The main aim over the next year is to ensure that the WINDIES qualify for the ICC World Cup 2019 and defend the ICC Women’s World T20 title. The confirmed coaching and support…