Ball Games

Ball Games

  • 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…

  • WASA Challenge resumes

    THE second tournament in the WASA Table Tennis Club Monthly Challenge serves off tonight at WASA Headquarters, Farm Road, St Joseph. The will be three categories in each tournament and the Class 2 event, for A2, B and inactive A1 players, will take place from 6 p.m. today. The Class 3 event, involving B…

  • Golfer gets help

    Trinidad and Tobago golfer Joshua Galt will receive a $170,000 boost from the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) to aid with training and competition expenses over the first half of this year. The 24-year-old former national junior champion is set to conduct the bulk of his competitions in the Middle East and South Africa…

  • Volcanoes break losing streak

    Sunil Ambris struck his fourth half-century in five innings as the Windward Islands Volcanoes broke their three-game losing skid with a comfortable five-wicket victory over West Indies Under-19s yesterday. Chasing an uncomplicated 208 for victory at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium, Volcanoes got home in the 41st over with the right-handed Ambris hitting an…

  • $1M SHOWDOWN

    Either defending champions Central FC or Directv W Connection will take the $1million prize and hoist the winner’s trophy when the shortened 2016-2017 season of the Digicel Pro League concludes this afternoon. Central FC (44 points), champions of 2014-15 and 2015-16, face third-placed San Juan Jabloteh in their final league game from 3:30pm at…

  • Brathwaite hundred spearheads Pride win

    Opener Kraigg Brathwaite’s second Regional Super50 hundred inspired unbeaten Barbados Pride to a commanding 171-run victory over ICC Americas in a one-sided contest at Windward Cricket Ground, yesterday. In another imperious display by the hosts, they stormed to 282 for nine off their allotted 50 overs after opting to bat first, and then bundled…

  • Cricket boss hails Ramdin’s leadership

    Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board president Azim Bassarath has applauded the leadership qualities of Red Force captain Denesh Ramdin following the team’s thrilling comeback victory against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on Thursday night in the regional Super50 tournament at Coolidge in Antigua. Bassarath said Ramdin’s experience played a major role in masterminding an unlikely…

  • Pride roll to win No.4

    A dominant Barbados Pride flexed their muscle as they blitzed Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners by 200 runs Wednesday night, to remain unbeaten in the Regional Super50. Behind Test batsman Roston Chase’s top score of 76, the hosts stormed to 294 all out off their 50 overs at Kensington Oval before left-arm spinner Sulieman…

  • Kent Spitfires fall to WI U19s

    Spinners Joshua Bishop and Bhaskar Yadram combined to stun English County Kent and hand West Indies Under-19s their first success of the Regional Super50, with a 28-run victory here yesterday. In pursuit of 155 for victory at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium, Kent were in control at 76 for two before suffering a sudden…