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  • Kallicharan, St Fort top Youth Awards

    Cricketer Kirstan Kallicharan and Khalifa St Fort were named Male and Female Youth of the Year awards respectively when the First Citizens Sports Foundation hosted its Youth Awards 2016 at the Grand Ballroom of the Hilton Trinidad, St Ann’s on Friday night. Kirstan’s brother Hans collected the award for Kallicharan, currently on duty with…

  • LOOKING FOR REPEAT

    Man-of-the-Match Jason Mohammed says the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force will be hoping for another explosive start from their top order as they go for their second win in the Regional Super50 today when they take on Kent Spitfires at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground in Antigua from 9 a.m. today. Mohammed and…

  • Joseph hits 1st ton

    Central Sports had a good first day in the Premier Division One yesterday, clinching first innings points against First Citizens Clarke Road United on day one of their three-day league match at Wilson Road in Penal. On the first day of the new local season, Clarke Road were dismissed for 127, with Central Sports…

  • Look to Magical Victory

    A FATHER/SON showdown is on the cards in today’s feature event, the 1,800-metre Caribbean Turf Championship, between champion trainer John O’Brien and his son, Jake. And it could be a “Magical Victory” for Jake if his charge beats his father’s pair in today’s race. Jake will be saddling his first runner as a trainer.…

  • Dog fight

    MANAGER Buxo Potts wants Sheldon Lawrence to “bring out the dog” when he meets fellow T&T boxer Nigel Edwards for the WBC Fecabox super-middleweight title tonight at Daisy Voisin hub, opposite Irwin Park, Siparia. Lawrence, 29, has eight wins and just one controversial loss—suffered in Jamaica—while Edwards, eight years older, is unbeaten in 10…

  • Bolt returns gold medal from 2008

    Jamaican Usain Bolt says it is rough losing one of his nine Olympic gold medals after relay team mate Nesta Carter was found guilty of doping at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. “It’s rough that I have to give back one of my medals and I already gave it back because it was of course…

  • Blake moves into ‘Nationals’ semis

    NEKEISHA BLAKE continued to impress in her comeback when the National Badminton Championships continued Thursday night at Central Regional Indoor Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas. After a comfortable victory in her first match in 18 months the night before, the five-time champion edged third-seeded former three-time national under-19 champ Jada Renales 23-21, 25-23 to advance…

  • Nero makes T&T Marathon debu

    Tonya Nero will be on the road tomorrow morning, competing for the very first time in the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM). “It’s very special for me to run this marathon,” Nero told the Express. “All the athletes have been encouraging me to do it. They are excited to see me run, and…

  • QPCC face Victoria in season opener

    Defending champions Queen’s Park Cricket Club will have a fight on their hands when the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board domestic season gets under way tomorrow. Although they start as favourites, former champions PowerGen Penal, First Citizens Clarke Road United and Merry Boys have already begun plotting their path to the title. Even newly-promoted…

  • LAW IN CHARGE

    The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) yesterday confirmed the appointment of former Australia batsman Stuart Law as head coach of the men’s team on a two-year contract. The 48-year-old Law, a former Sri Lanka and Bangladesh head coach, will formally take up the post on February 15, just weeks before West Indies face England…