Ball Games

Ball Games

  • Schools indoor hockey gets under way

    Reigning champions Fatima will start their defence of the Male U-20 title when the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) flicks off its Primary and Secondary Schools Indoor tournament at the Woodbrook Youth Facility, tomorrow. The competition runs until Friday, with games being run off between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on each day.…

  • Naps, Pres set up Digicel Cup final

    Long-time rivals Naparima College and Presentation College of San Fernando will meet in Monday’s final of the inaugural Secondary Schools Football League “Big-Four” Super Cup after narrow semifinal wins at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.yesterday. In yesterday’s opener, newly crowned National Coca-Cola Inter-Col champions, San Juan North Secondary had its bid for a third…

  • Defence Force lifts Mayaro b-ball title

    Duo Ivan Williams and Kyeon Joseph had no intention of letting the Premier Division title slipped through their team’s grasp and did enough to guide Defence Force to a convincing 105-80 win over Detour Shak Attack in the bpTT Mayaro Basketball League. Action in the deciding match of the best-in-two series final unfolded at…

  • Guzman claims two badminton titles in Suriname

    SOLANGEL Guzman cemented her dominance of women’s badminton in Trinidad and Tobago as she copped two of the three titles on offer on the final day of the Suriname International 2016 tournament in Paramaribo, on Saturday. In the women’s singles she lost the first set to Barbados’ Tamisha Williams 26-24. However, once the nerves…

  • Latapy is new TTFA general secretary

    Justin Latapy, brother of T&T Football Association staff coach Russell Latapy, is the new general secretary of the TTFA. Latapy, a former director of sports at the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), got the nod in a rigorous recruitment exercise in which there were 57 applicants, inclusive of people from the Caribbean and Europe.…

  • Rugby teams give their all

    The results of the weekend Rugby Americas North Sevens at St Clair brought some welcome international action for local fans of the sport, but they also exposed some stark realities about the country’s national teams. Trinidad and Tobago finished just outside the medals in both divisions, whereas Caribbean neighbours Guyana and Jamaica won silver…

  • Dennie bags U-19 shooting title

    Okera Dennie proved to be the best shooter in the Under-19 Division on Thursday in the T&T Secondary Schools Netball Association shooting competition at the Central Regional Indoor Sporting Arena (CRISA) in Chaguanas. The St Joseph’s Convent shooter netted 42 goals from 98 attempts to cop the individual shooting trophy. She partnered with Alisha…

  • Latchoo: Something for fans to support

    Courts Morvant-Caledonia United scored a first-ever win in front of home supporters after three attempts and took a big scalp as well — defending Pro League and Caribbean champions Central FC — who were unbeaten in all competitions. There was probably the biggest turnout of the season to see the Morvant team triumph 3-2…

  • T&T t-tennis squad heads for Dom Rep

    Yuvraj Dookram and Aleena Edwards led a T&T team that left yesterday for Dominican Republic via Panama to compete at the 58th Senior Caribbean Table Tennis Federation (CTTF) in Santo Domingo. Among the travelling party were top ranked local player Dookram, one of the few players to have gotten past USA-based David Mahabir in…

  • Team effort lands T&T regional squash title

    T&T was crowned overall champions in the Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) Championship at the Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, when the curtains came down on the tournament on Sunday. The teams from the twin-island republic accumulated the most points after action from the men, women and veteran team categories. T&T men’s team…