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  • Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket 17th years

    THE Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Programme, which is in its 17th year is now impacting the intellectual and physical development of more than 3,000 children in schools throughout Trinidad and Tobago. This was revealed on Friday by Anya Schnoor, Senior Vice-President/Managing Director of Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Limited when she officially launched the 2017 edition…

  • TTCB Stand for T20s

    THE Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board, taking into consideration the high demand for tickets for the upcoming West Indies/Pakistan T20 matches at the Queen’s Park Oval on Thursday 30th March (Public Holiday), Saturday 1st April and Sunday 2nd April, wishes to inform the public that they will be facilitating a TTCB Stand,  on the…

  • Clarke Road Congrats

    First Citizens Clarke Road United Congratulates Anderson Phillip and Kyle Hope FCCRU extends heartfelt congratulations to Red Force debutant, Anderson Phillip, and his captain Kyle Hope. Both young men have been members of the consistent First Citizens Clarke Road United outfit for the past two seasons. Phillip now joins his club mate and West…

  • Cricket Board remembers Alloy Lequay

    THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Cricket Board on Wednesday marked the second anniversary of the passing of its founding member Dr Alloy Lequay who spearheaded the effort to revolutionise the administration of the sport. He is widely regarded as the architect of the movement which wrested the control of cricket from the Queen’s Park Cricket…

  • ‘Pres’ cop Sam Jattan cricket crown

    PRESENTATION College of Chaguanas were crowned champions of the 2017 San Jattan Memorial Cricket League when they scored an easy nine-wicket victory over Chancellor Hotel Youth XI on Monday at the Monroe Road Recreation Ground in Cunupia. The Presentation boys were set up by excellent knocks from “Man-of-the-Match” and “Best Fielder” Aaron Bankay who…

  • Red Force Squad Named

    THE following Trinidad and Tobago cricketers have been selected for Round 6 match of the Premier Cricket League four-day tournament against the Windward Islands Volcanoes in Grenada. The team leaves on Wednesday, March 8  and returns on Tuesday, March  14. Trinidad and Tobago Red Force: 1. Kyle Hope (Captain) 2. Isaiah Rajah 3. Jeremy Solozano 4.…

  • Central big winners in Shell U17 cricket

    CENTRAL Zone registered the largest margin of victory when the Shell sponsored Inter Zone Under-17 tournament bowled off, thrashing South West by 202 runs at James Park in Point Fortin. Kieron John slammed the second-best score of the first round, a well-constructed 83 and got valuable support from Nicholas Kanhai who made 54, with…

  • SelECTORS STICK WITH MOHAMMED

    Jason Mohammed is among three Trinidad and Tobago Red Force players included in Stuart Law’s first team as West Indies coach. The West Indies selectors yesterday released the 13-man squad to face England in three One-Day Intermationals, starting at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on Friday, following the conclusion of a training camp. Two…

  • Super50 didn’t prove much

    Pace legend Sir Andy Roberts has his doubts about the quality of the just concluded Regional Super50 and does not expect any major change in West Indies’ fortunes for the One-Day International series against England starting Friday. The outspoken Antiguan especially warned about reading too much into the big totals during the tournament staged…

  • Gayle finds touch in PSL

    Opener Jamaican Chris Gayle finally found his touch while West Indies teammate Trinidadian Kieron Pollard once again had a crucial role with the bat, as Karachi Kings won their second game in as many days, to power into the playoffs of the Pakistan Super League Sunday. Their dramatic last-ball victory over Lahore Qalanders on…