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Cricket

Nelly Williams (54) guides Windies women to victory

Nelly Williams stroked a solid half-century and guided the West Indies to a seven-wicket win over Pakistan in the first Women’s One-Day International (ODI) at the Karachi National Stadium yesterday...

Hussain says batsmen must have patience at Oval

England batsman Nasser Hussain yesterday said that application and patience are necessary if batsmen want to survive on the Queen’s Park Oval wicket...

McLean injured as Natal loses to Border

West Indies pacer Nixon McLean suffered an injury and was unable to contribute much for KwaZulu Natal as they crashed to defeat against Border in the South African SuperSport Series yesterday...

Football

Stingers score 1st win in UWI series

CARLSBERG STINGERS opened its account in the UWI Employees Super Football League in convincing style by hammering Athletico 8-4 yesterday with Ricardo Aleong topping the scoring with four goals...

Other Sports
Mason takes $187,000 Plantations Tobago golf title

Another fine display of golf from England’s Carl Mason saw him pocketing the 18,750-pound (TT $187,500) first prize on the final day of competition in the 2004 Tobago Plantations European Senior Classic yesterday in Lowlands, Tobago...

Masters swim 6,610 metres

A dozen master swimmers, most of whom represented Trinidad and Tobago decades ago, showed that they could still teach the youngsters a thing or two by swimming around Gasparee Island — a distance of 6,610 metres...

Special Olympians set for weekend showdown

Special Olympics Trinidad and Tobago (SOTT) will host its 22nd National Games on Saturday and Sunday at various venues in Port of Spain...

Weston remains unbeaten

Junior welterweight women’s boxing champion Ivor Weston is still unbeaten at home after nine fights...

Three wins each for Collymore sisters

The Collymore sisters, Ayeisha and Kimba, shared the spotlight on the penultimate day of competition in the National Short Course Age Group Swimming Championships in the Flying Fish Swimming Pool at Federation Park on Saturday night...

T’go appoints five members to manage operations

The Tobago Zonal Commission has appointed a new five-member executive to manage its operations from 2004 to 2006. This was done at the zone’s annual general meeting, held in the Ministry of Works’ lecture room at Shaw Park on Thursday evening...

Police, D/Force heading for knockout final showdown

Top clubs Police and Defence Force remain on course for a clash in the final of the All Sectors Netball League Courts Knockout Open Competition. They reached the semi-finals with victories at the Eastern Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Tacarigua on Saturday...

Barataria, new East Under-15 b-ball champs

ALZINDOR Lashley and Kerry Celestine fired in 12 points each to inspire Barataria Junior Secondary to a comprehensive 42-27 win over last year’s title-winning Sangre Grande Junior Secondary in the Under-15 Division final of the East Zone Schools Basketball League...

Sports Commentary

The Prolook with Shaun Fuentes

Clayton Ince continues to assure national coach Bertille St Clair that he will have little to worry about in the goalkeeping department for the 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign...

 

 

 

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