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  • Where is the money Mr. NAAA President?

    The Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs Saturday, February 4, 2017 used a release to elaborate on its Elite Athlete Assistance Policy (EAAP) which has been the topic of conversation over the past two weeks, particularly among some of T&T’s leading track and field athletes. On Tuesday, Olympic triple medalist Richard Thompson chastised the…

  • Holy Name top schools swim meet

    Holy Name Convent (Port of Spain) claimed the lion’s share of top awards at the recently-concluded bmobile-sponsored Amateur Swimming Association (ASATT) National Secondary School Championships at the National Aquatic Centre in Couva. Holy Name (HNC) copped the Best North School, Top Female School and Best Female Team (non-competitive) titles at the annual swim meet,…

  • Pride into semis

    A sterling effort by Guyana Jaguars proved fruitless in the end as unbeaten Barbados Pride pulled off a dramatic two-wicket win in the last over to ease into the semi-finals of the Regional Super50 on Sunday. Defending 187 in a low-scoring contest at 3Ws Oval, Jaguars rallied to take the game into the last…

  • Team TTO ready to make a splash

    The eagerly-anticipated UANA Water Polo Cup starts today at the National Aquatic Centre in Balmain, Couva, where hosts Trinidad and Tobago open their campaign against Canada at 7.30 p.m. Captain Kris Thomas’ squad face off against the North Americans in the second of a doubleheader in the four-team competition. In the first game, Argentina…

  • HURRICANE HOSEIN

    While Trinidad and Tobago Red Force were battling the Windward Islands Volcanoes in a day/night encounter at Coolidge, T&T’s Akeal Hosein was starring for the Leeward Islands Hurricanes as the hosts moved one step closer to the Super50 semi-final with an easy eight-wicket win over the West Indies Under-19s at Sir Vivian Richards Ground,…

  • U-15 players to train under Latapy

    The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) concluded a two-day Inter-Regional Association Nationwide screening for under-15 boys at the Carapichaima East Secondary Grounds on Sunday and have selected a pool of 50 players to commence training under national under-15 head coach Russell Latapy. One hundred and eighty players from the six regional associations (Northern,…

  • Wins for Clarke Road

    CLARKE Road United and Alescon Comets secured outright victories on the third and final day of the National Premier Division One opening round yesterday, joining Merry Boys in the early lead for the national cricket championship. Merry Boys had completed victory over PowerGen Penal Sports with a day to spare on Saturday. But while…

  • Lalonde breaks CAC 300 record

    Lalonde Gordon broke his own Trinidad and Tobago and Central American and Caribbean (CAC) indoor 300 metres records at the Armory Track Invitational, in New York, USA, on Saturday. The T&T track star topped the men’s invitational 300m event with a fast 32.37 seconds run, chopping one-tenth of a second off the 32.47 T&T/CAC…

  • HISTORIC ‘TRICK’

    CENTRAL FC yesterday won the Digicel Pro League for an historic third straight time but now wonder if there will be a Pro League to compete in. “The financial situation is real. If the (Government) subvention is completely taken away, I can’t see how most clubs in the league will survive,” stated Central FC…

  • COACHES ASSESS PLAYERS AT  TRYOUTS

    Director of Women’s Football Carolina Morace and her staff saw over 50 players in their first tryout session for Senior and Under 20 Women players at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium Training Pitch on Sunday morning. Currently there is already a Senior Team and Under 20 Player pool in existence but Morace and her assistants…