Tuesday 22nd February, 2005

 
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Cricket

Kelly happy with birthday wickets

“I play my cricket with a lot of enthusiasm and a lot of heart and hence why I am getting the results at the moment”—the words of rising star Richard Kelly, after his destruction of the Windward Islands at Guaracara Park, Pointe-a-Pierre, on Sunday...

Cornwall and Banks wreck Bajans

Medium-paced bowler Wilden Cornwall and off-spin bowler Omari Banks combined to bowl Leeward Islands to an emphatic 163-run triumph over Barbados on the fourth and final day of their seventh round match in the Carib Beer 2005 Cricket Series match yesterday...

Jan out for rest of season

T&T and West Indies left-arm spinner Dave Mohammed, who was suspended by the selectors for last the two matches, has found favour again for this weekend’s regional four-day match against Jamaica, starting on Friday at Shaw Park, Tobago...

WICB sets deadline for players’ agreement

The West Indies Cricket Board has set itself a deadline to conclude contractual negotiations with the West Indies Players’ Association, ahead of the West Indies’ home series against South Africa and Pakistan...

Football

Cuba downs Bajans 3-0 in Digicel Caribbean Cup

Lester More continued to show his prowess in front of the goal when he scored twice to lead Cuba to a 3-0 win over hosts Barbados in the Digicel Caribbean Cup football championship on Sunday....

Other Sports

Canada blanks T&T hockey boys 2-0

T&T’s chances of qualifying for this year’s Junior Men’s Hockey World Cup in Holland were further dented after losing for the second time in three matches, at the eighth Pan-American championship in Cuba...

Bovell’s Auburn in 9th straight win

T&T’S George Bovell III splashed to two more silver medals on the final day of the South-eastern Conference Swimming Championships in Gainesville, Florida, as Auburn’s depth carried the men’s team to a ninth consecutive title...

Grazette/Sealy winning run ends

Mark Henderson and Dion Auguste put an end to the Winnington Grazette/Simeon Sealy run in the doubles semifinals of the RBTT/Seven Seas Public Courts Classified Tennis Tournament, which enters its final stages this week...

Clico Classified Table Tennis

Montes makes it three in a row

ARIMA HAWKS ace Natalie Montes registered her third straight lien on the Women’s A Division title in the Clico Classified Table Tennis Championship when she defeated club-mate Linda Partap-Boodan in the final...

Sports Commentary

Shame on our ‘star’ cricketers!

On the morning of Thursday, February 17, 2005, I purchased the three daily newspapers and proceeded to scan the headlines. My attention was immediately drawn to the headlines on the front page of the Trinidad Guardian. It stated “Digicel manager knocks players’ conduct on Australia tour...

Guardian Sports Arena
Cricket

Regional Four-Day Cricket Records 1966–2004

Exclusive Lara bat on sale

Twenty 20 cricket - to be or not to be?

Foul stench in T&T cricket

Football

Warriors still with a point to make

Eddies rock T&T

Other Sports

Slender Straker streaking to stardom

Incomparable Allan sails on to greater seas

Aneek Ward old head on young shoulders

Battle royale..among the big names 2005

The Spalksman - Individual ratings of T&T’s players

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