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  • 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…

  • sisters in Melbourne finals

    Win or lose, Serena Williams sees another all-sister final at the Australian Open as cause for celebration. The 35-year-old Williams arrived in Australia bidding for a 23rd Grand Slam title, aiming to break the Open-era record she shares with Steffi Graf. By winning, she would also regain the No. 1 ranking she lost after…

  • Central close in on title

    Central FC captain Darren Mitchell says a third straight Digicel Pro League crown is in sight for the “Couva Sharks” with two games left and one point ahead of rivals W Connection. “W Connection won’t have a chance unless we decide to give up with bad results,” Mitchell said. “It’s all in our hands…

  • Unfinished business

    While he’s grateful and proud that Trinidad and Tobago will be upgraded to 4x100m relay gold from the Beijing Olympics, Richard Thompson is concerned about some unfinished business with the Ministry of Sport here. The same day that the International Olympic Committee announced that it was stripping Jamaica of the gold medal from 2008,…

  • T&T’s Jangoo shines again

    Teenaged opener Amir Jangoo stroked his second successive half-century as Campus Colleges and Campuses Marooners defeated ICC Americas by seven wickets to post their second win of the Regional Super50 here yesterday. Chasing a paltry 182 for victory at Windward Cricket Club, Marooners cruised to their target in the 46th over, with the 19-year-old…

  • TTHB Opening Day Tournament 2017

    The Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board will host its Opening Day tournament on Sunday 29th January, 2017 with action set to begin from 8:00 am.  The tournament will take on the Hockey 5s format which was adopted in last year’s one day competition where teams play 5 vs 5 on half of an outfield…

  • Bassarath: Don’t run from progress

    Don’t run from technology. That was the plea yesterday of Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board president Azim Bassarath as the local body officially launched its new digital scoring system called CricHq. The system, which will allow teams and fans to follow the progress of matches “live,” online and for clubs to be able to…

  • SHOULDERS TO THE WHEEL

    TWO-TIME champions Trinidad and Tobago Red Force will be cautiously confident when they open their defence of the WICB Regional Super50 tournament tomorrow against Windward Islands Volcanoes at Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua. Red Force have ruled the Caribbean in limited overs cricket in recent years, but newly-appointed skipper Denesh Ramdin says his team…