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  • Surf N Turf lands Tobago Billfish title

    Surf N Turf lands Tobago Billfish title.   By Clayton Clarke (sportscoretobago@gmail.com)     CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Tue, May 9) Surf N Turf emerged as the champion boat at the 22nd Tobago International Billfishing tournament which ended on Saturday (May 6). The Barry St. George-led crew ended the three-day competition with 3750 points to top…

  • Magic Lady land six catches on final day

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Saturday, May, 6): 4:30pm; Magic Lady stole spotlight on the final day of the 22nd Tobago International Billfish tournament on Saturday. The Trinidad-based crew recorded six releases and landings (four sailfish, one blue marlin and one dolphin). Captain Francois Mouttett led by example and held on to one sailfish just around 9:10am.…

  • Black Child 2 off to strong start on final day

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Saturday, May, 6): 11:00am; Grenadian boat Black Child 2 made a bid to move up the points table on the final day of the 22nd annual Tobago Billfish Tournament in Charlotteville earlier today (Saturday). Captain Geoffrey Telesford caught and released the first fish of the day when he held on to a…

  • Surf N Turf still ahead at Tobago Billfish

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Friday, May, 5): Surf N Turf remains ahead after the second day of the 22nd annual Tobago International Billfish Tournament on Thursday. The Barry Singh George led crew tallied 3750 points to continue to lead the twelve- boat International division. The team did not have a successful day as on the first…

  • Lead Us Knot makes strong start

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Thursday, May, 4, 2:00pm): Lead Us Knot was the first boat to land a catch on the second day of the 22nd annual Tobago International Billfish Tournament on Thursday morning. Competing in the International division, the Robert Lobo-skippered vessel made the first successful landing at around 7:30am, after the 6:00am start. Noble…

  • Surf N Turf tops in Tobago Billfish

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Thursday, May, 4): Surf N Turf is ahead on points in the International Division at the end of the first day of the 22nd annual Tobago International Billfish Tournament on Wednesday (May 3). The Barry Singh George-captained crew amassed 3100 points following a haul of six blue marlin fishes on the opening…

  • Surf N Turf and Hop-Scotch lead catches

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Thur, May 4) Surf N Turf and Hop-Scotch crews were the most successful teams on the opening day of the 22nd annual Tobago International Billfish Tournament on Wednesday (May 3).   Surf N Turf¬† and Hop-Scotch each recorded six catches. However, Pair-a-Dice was the lone boat of the day to bring to…

  • Excellent biting on opening day of Tobago Billfish

    CHARLOTTEVILLE, Tobago: (Wed, May, 3) Competition got off to a roaring start at the 22nd annual Tobago International Billfishing tournament which got underway at the Man of War Bay earlier this morning (7:00am). Tournament officials recorded over 41 releases during the opening session. With just over 12 boats entered in the International division figures…

  • Yorke splashes fly treble gold

    Kael Yorke continued his impressive CARIFTA meet in Bahamas by winning gold on Monday evening in the 200 metre butterfly in a personal best 2:09.98. Yorke won ahead of Luis Sebastian Weekes of Barbados (2:11.18) and John Bodden of Cayman Islands (2:11.42). The 15-17 swimmer¬†has won the 50, 100 and 200 fly in this…

  • 13-14 girls splash CARIFTA relay record

    13-14 girls splash CARIFTA relay record April 17, 2017 | Jason Wickham – PRO ASATT Same Team, Different Hue: Harley, Chatoor, Allen and Donahue (left to right) with their silver medals from the 4 x 100 free relay. The quartet won gold in the medley relay on Sunday Night Jahmia Harley, Gabriela Donahue, Regan…