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Ganga optimistic as first Test starts

Both West Indies-A and Sri Lanka-A are looking forward to the first of their three four-day unofficial “Tests,” starting at the Rangiri Dambulla Stadium today...

WIPA comes up with proposal to save tour

The West Indies Players Association (WIPA) has come up with a proposal that can save the tour of Sri Lanka, which is seriously under threat with the refusal of the majority of the team to sign their match/tour contracts...

Lucky committee talks tough with WICB’s finance officer

In a bid to gain as much information on the financial dealings of the West Indies Cricket Board, WICB chief financial officer Barry Thomas had a tough spell of questions for the Lucky committee yesterday in St John’s, Antigua...


SCARBOROUGH Secondary walked away with the lion’s share of prizes in the Tobago Zone of the 2005 PowerGen Secondary Schools Cricket League competitions...


Simon ‘tricks’ Todds Road

Junior Simon scored a sensational hat-trick while his teammate Shaquille Gill chipped in with two goals as Las Lomas trounced Todds Road RC 5-0 in the Under 13 Division of the Central Football Association 2005 Youth Competition at the Chaguanas Regional Sports Complex last week Thursday...

National Super League

Goodridge beaver keeps Rangers in top two

Akudo Goodridge hit four goals as Superstar Rangers FC continued to take full points with a 6-2 drubbing of Tobago’s Stokely Vale FC in round three of matches in the Sportworld National Super League at the Hasely Crawford Stadium yesterday...

Cordner scores five goals in women’s opener

KENYA CORDNER banged in five goals, including a second half hat-trick as Real Dimension kicked off its campaign in the T&T Women’s Football Association League competition with a resounding 13-0 win over UWI at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva on Sunday...

De Bellott double gives Barataria lead in EFA

Kevon de Bellott hit a first-half double that gave Barataria Ball Players a 2-1 win over the Malta Carib Alcons in the Western Conference of the Emerald Apartments and Plaza Eastern Football League on Tuesday...

Other Sports

Simplex wins Olympic day run

Simplex Athletic Club finished first overall when the T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) held the Trinidad leg of the annual Olympic Relay Run around the Brian Lara Promenade, in the heart of Port-of-Spain, on Saturday...

Rude girls KO Avengers

Rude Girls Bad Boys beat Avengers 19-17 to knock them out of the Tyro Sports Club Four Tables All Fours competition in the semi-final round last weekend...

$8,000 at stake in Stag snooker series

The winners of the Stag Snooker Series will receive $4,000 in prize money as Hi-Break Promotions, in collaboration with the Chinese Association Snooker Section stage Part One of this event on July 4, at the Chinese Association, St Ann’s...

Sports Commentary

The Prolook with Shaun Fuentes

Glasgow Rangers boss Alex McLeish was hoping he could persuade Marvin Andrews to stay away from the 2005 Concacaf Gold Cup. But it seems that national coach Leo Beenhakker has convinced McLeish that he will ensure Andrews is well looked after, when he joins the team in Miami for the tournament...




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