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I’m confident of WI victory—Bradshaw

BRIAN LARA’s resurgent West Indies cricketers left the Caribbean on Wednesday ready for battle in Australia. And despite the recent impasse between the West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) their performance in the tri-nations VB One-Series should not be adversely affected...

Jones scores four in four

KENWYNE JONES, a utility player with the T&T “Soca Warriors” 2006 World Cup campaign squad, netted for the fourth time in as many matches for Sheffield Wednesday, in the Coca-Cola League One Division yesterday...

Mc Eachrane shines at Miami swim meet

T&T Olympic swimmer Linda Mc Eachrane continued her good early season form in the pool when she was part of the gold medal winning Tulane University team at a three-school meet at the Bay Vista Aquatics Center, Miami, Florida on Thursday...

West Indies team for World Seven rugby

Two Trinidadian rugby referees, Anthony Pontiflette and Paul Mowser, will officiate as Touch Judges at the prestigious International Rugby Board(IRB) World Seven Series LA 7s...

Sports Commentary

The Prolook with Shaun Fuentes

Former national defender Shawn Boney was on the receiving end of racial slurs, while playing for Philadelphia KiXX in the American Major Indoor Soccer League on Sunday...

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