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Trini to the bone, but Ato hurting

Q: What have you been doing since you left T&T? A: I have been putting together my plan to be the best me I can be - both on and off the track. I think I have more than done so, and most of my inner circle has remarked, as of late, that I seem to be happier and “in a better place” now than I was last year, both spiritually and mentally...

A pat on the back for Eleanor

Judges’ decisions do not always meet the expectations of spectators.Saturday last, at the second annual Caribbean Aerobics Championship, was one of those instances...

Commentary

The rush is on for Carlos

English-based midfielder Carlos Edwards, fresh from scoring in T&T’s 2-0 win over Kenya’s Olympic team, is being chased by newly promoted Division Two teams Rushden and Diamonds and Hartlepool. But the former Defence Force player is satisfied with his conditions at Wrexham where he recently signed a two-year deal alongside local striker Hector Sam...

The future looks bright for Windies

There can be no denying that the future looks bright and promising for the West Indies. It is promising, not merely because West Indies stopped the Australian juggernaut in both its Test run and in the triumphant march it had been making in the ODI’s but because of the manner of the winning performances by the Windies...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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