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Cricket

Findlay: No interference for me from the WICB

Former chairman of the West Indies cricket selection panel, Michael Findlay, said yesterday that during his tenure as a regional selector, he received no direct interference from the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)...

Lara is captain for Tsunami appeal match

West Indies batting star Brian Lara will captain the International XI in the Tsunami appeal match, scheduled for Lord’s on June 14...

World Cup on track—Daniel

LOCAL CRICKET fans can rest assured that World Cup cricket matches will be coming to T&T in 2007 and they will be well organised. This is the comfort given by chief executive officer (CEO) of the Local Organising Committee (LOC), Anand Daniel yesterday...

Nina bowls North East to victory over Tobago

NATALIE NINA claimed three wickets for 15 as the North East team defeated Tobago by nine wickets in the second of three T&T Women Cricket Board limited over zonal matches at the Couva Recreation Ground, Southern Main Road on Sunday...

T&T out to prove a point in FCB/WIPA Charity Shield

“As one-day cricket champions of the region, we are going to prove that the President’s Cup win was no fluke. We are going to take hold of the FCB/WIPA Charity Shield.” Omar Khan, manager of the T&T team, said as he was speaking of his team’s chances against the Regional XI, in the 30 overs match at Guaracara Park this evening...

Dusty hits 205 as Invincible wins again

A career–best 205 by right-hander Dusty Joseph enabled Invincible Cricket Club to score a crushing innings and 191-run victory over Carenage United , in a North Zone (Division 11) match of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board competition last weekend...

Football

Johnson inspires Jabloteh 4-1 win...Fenwick removed from bench

Josh Johnson scored a second-half treble to lead CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh to a 4-1 hammering of United Petrotrin, the first win for the team in the T&T Professional Football League Senior Division, at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, yesterday...

Other Sports

Success wins North U-15 final

KEVIN SAMUEL’s huge score of 35 points, took Success Laventille Composite to the NGC/Express Secondary School Basketball League North Zone Under-15 title, in overtime at the Jean Pierre Complex, Mucurapo, on Monday...

Tableland sends Pacers packing in Rio b-ball

TABLELAND gave New Grant Pacers an early exit by defeating the team 73-65, in the knockout phase of the Rio Claro Basketball League on Monday night in Rio Claro...

North Zone b-ball jumps off at JPC

All clubs in the North Zone Basketball Commission League are reminded to attend today’s general council meeting at the Woodbrook Youth Facility, Woodbrook from 6 pm...

Police beat Police in P-o-S Netball League

Rain washed away any chance of play in Saturday’s early matches in the Port-of-Spain Netball League (POSNL), but the fans still had something to cheer about when action in the Pearl Francis and Angela Thomas-Drayton (A1) divisions took place at the Jean Pierre Complex in Mucurapo...

Hughue braves Heat but team loses

Dereck Hughue rolled over Valencia Heat defence to score 30 points, but it was insufficient to to ensure victory by his team Dirt Crew, who fell 58-50 in the Arima Basketball League at the Princess Royal Park court on Sunday...

Kareem Richardson wins QRC’s savannah one-lap

QUEEN’S ROYAL COLLEGE will hold its annual Sports Day on Friday at the grounds of the school, off the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain...

Aranguez primary school sports in ‘Give Peace A Chance’ meeting

The first Aranguez Primary Schools sports day and March for Peace take place tomorrow at the Boundary Road recreation ground, San Juan...

Poon Tip and Charlett wins golf best dress

KS&P’s team of Louis Ottley and Kenneth Sirju held a comfortable two points lead over the field in the St Andrew’s Golf Club’s Corporate Tournament held last Saturday at Moka, Maraval...

Ames stays 26th in world golf rankings

T&T’s golf ace Stephen Ames remains steady this week at 26th in the world ranking. Ames secured back-to-back top-25 finishes on the US PGA Tour the past two weeks but earns no improvement on the latest world list, which Tiger Woods continues to lead...

Sports Commentary

The Prolook with Shaun Fuentes

Celtic striker Craig Bellamy has praised Marvin Andrews for his courage in playing last Sunday at Ibrox on a miracle comeback from a damaged cruciate knee ,which still requires surgery for a full recovery...

Guardian Sports Arena
Cricket

Teamwork...key to successful U-15 team

Comprehensive licking...as WI give up Sir Viv Trophy again

Barath a cut above the rest

Kensington is a spinners wicket too, Joey

The Spalksman

Croft must apologise to Lara

Football

Inside the mind of Pele

Football difficult to predict

Other Sports

The Bicycle Spokesman with Michael Phillips

Cycling fireworks as WI meets Rest of World

Par for the course

I salute you, Carlos Baynes

Roots still important to Ames

 

 

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