Cricket

  • BARBADOS WINS COLONIAL MEDICAL INSURANCE WOMEN’S

    BARBADOS WINS COLONIAL MEDICAL INSURANCE WOMEN’S SUPER50 CUP FOR BACK TO BACK TITLES   GEORGETOWN, Guyana- Deandra Dottin showed why she’s the world’s top all-rounder, leading her team with both bat and ball to a second consecutive Super50 Cup title, as Barbados defeated Trinidad and Tobago by 28 runs in a close encounter in Round…

  • CAMERON AND NANTHAN WAS HAPPY TO SERVE WEST INDIES CRICKET

    KINGSTON, Jamaica – Former President and Vice President of Cricket West Indies, Dave Cameron and Emmanuel wish to thank the team of people who supported them throughout their three-term tenure from 2013 to 2019. We were glad to be able to serve and proud of our achievements.  We are happy that we left 123 players…

  • GUYANA SET TO HOST W.I. WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS

    JOHN’S, Antigua- Guyana will host the annual WINDIES Women’s Championships. The double format tournament featuring the Colonial Medical Insurance Women’s Super50 Cup and the Women’s T20 Blaze will play concurrently from March 17- April 4 across four grounds in Guyana. The National Stadium in Providence, Georgetown Cricket Club, Everest Cricket Club and Enmore grounds will…

  • Sam Jattan Cricket Registration Opens

    ONE of central Trinidad’s most successful development competitions is set to attract a record participation from secondary school cricketers who will be at home during the upcoming Easter vacation. The Sam Jattan Cricket League has traditionally been a showpiece of budding cricket talent where participants have gone on to represent their zones at various…

  • KEEN INTEREST STILL IN FINAL TWO MATCHES

    JOHN’S, Antigua –There is still more than just passing interest with the final two matches in the West Indies Championship, starting tomorrow here and in Trinidad. With the Guyana Jaguars having finished their schedule of matches for the season last round and accumulated 154.2 points – they have practically claimed the Headley/Weekes Trophy, symbol…

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Athletics

  • T&T 41st on medal table

     T&T 41st on medal table at the 2019 World Masters Indoors Trinidad and Tobago’s three member delegation (Gwendolyn Smith, Martin Prime and Dwayne Caines)  is currently 41st on the medal table at the 2019 World Masters Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun, Poland. During the third day of competition (Tue Mar 26), Gwendolyn Smith copped…

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Table

pos
Team
P
PTS
  • 1
    Team 4
    9
    23
  • 2
    Team 8
    8
    19
  • 3
    Team 7
    6
    18
  • 4
    Team 10
    5
    17
  • 5
    Team 6
    7
    15
  • 6
    Team 9
    11
    14
  • 7
    Team 3
    8
    13
  • 8
    Team 1
    3
    12
  • 9
    Team 2
    4
    11
  • 10
    Team 5
    3
    10
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