Ball Games

Ball Games

  • FAST TRACK

    The newly-formed Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) is calling for a meeting with local football association representatives, so as to ensure there are no delays in its application for affiliation to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association. Heeding a FIFA directive, 13 clubs from the previously-run TTFA competition formed themselves into an independent…

  • MORACE UNVEILED AS TTFA STEPS UP

    A little more than a month after being announced as the new Head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Senior Team, Carolina Morace was officially unveiled before the media at a Press Conference held at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. Morace began work on the field of play with a training…

  • T&T GOLFERS COMPETE IN TTGA CLASSIC

    Over the weekend 28,29th January, 96 golfers competed in the TTGA Classic at the St Andrews golf Club in Moka. Richard Camacho was the championship winner, Serena Mackenzie the Ladies winner both are members of SAGC and had runaway victories. The Seniors’ division and the Second Flight were also won convincingly by Reynold Deonath…

  • Hurricanes blow away Volcanoes

    A flamboyant career-best century from captain Kieran Powell and a devastating six-wicket haul from Test speedster Alzarri Joseph inspired Leeward Islands Hurricanes to a crushing 184-run victory over Windward Islands Volcanoes, as they racked up their third successive victory in the RegionalSuper50 on Sunday night. Sent in at Coolidge Cricket Ground, Hurricanes amassed a…

  • Fatima looking to continue winning

    Defending champions Fatima College will be looking to pull away from the pack when they travel to east Trinidad today to face Trinity College at Squadron Ground in the second round of the Secondary Schools Cricket League Premier Division. Trinity started their campaign with a crushing loss against east rivals Hillview College. They were…

  • CAMPBELL COUP

    Dennis Lawrence has not yet finalised his technical staff, but has gone high-profile with his first pick—former England defender Sol Campbell. At the official unveiling of former Soca Warriors hero Lawrence as national coach yesterday, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president David John-Williams announced that ex-English Premier League star defender Campbell had signed on…

  • Mau Pau whip Caledonia 2-0

    EX-SWANSEA striker Jason “Scotty” Scotland netted as Ma Pau Stars moved to within a point of third spot in the Digicel Pro League after beating Morvant Caledonia United 2-0 in the lone match played on Sunday. Former Europe-based forward and Trinidad and Tobago 2006 World Cup player Jason Scotlant netted his eighth league goal…

  • FORBES SECURES DEAL

    Senior Women’s Team ‘keeper to play in first Colombian Women’s Pro League National Senior Women’s Team Goalkeeper Kimika Forbes has secured a new deal with Colombian top flight football club Independiente Santa Fe. Forbes, named as one of the top CONCACAF Women goalkeepers by the Confederation for 2016, tied up the one-year deal last…

  • Triple-crown champs

    It was no surprise that Solangel Guzman and Alister Espinoza celebrated as singles champions as the curtain fell on the 2017 edition of the T&T Badminton Association Senior National Championships which took place at the Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena in Chaguanas on Saturday night. When the colour of the medals for the players…

  • Simmons convinced me to take WI job

    Newly appointed West Indies coach, Stuart Law, said a conversation with his predecessor Phil Simmons helped convince him he had made the right decision to link up with the Caribbean side. Australian Law was last week confirmed by the West Indies Cricket Board as the new men’s senior team coach on a two-year contract,…