Thursday 11th August, 2005

 
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Cricket

Antigua/Barbuda vs CVI today

Antigua & Barbuda begin defence of the Leeward Islands three-day cricket title against Combined Virgin Islands (CVI) when the 2005 championship starts today...

Football

Ross Land stops Harding Place in St James League

ROSS LAND halted the 100 per cent winning record of Harding Place by holding the league leaders to a 1-1 draw in the St James Football League’s Open Division on the St James Infirmary ground on Saturday...

Other Sports

Bullock, Fernandes win squash titles

Jamaica’s James Bullock won the men’s championship in four sets 3-1 at the Cascadia CASA tournament when he outplayed and outlasted Guyana’s Shawn Badrinath in a final that pitted two well-matched players on Tuesday night...

Sport Minister praises young T&T sailors

Roger Boynes, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, was exuberant when he welcomed and praised young sailors Matthew Schoener-Scott, Wesley Scott and Anthony Alkins, their parents and the T&T Optimist Dinghy Association, represented by its president David Lewis...

Ames for US PGA championship

T&T’s Stephen Ames, struggling this year to recapture his 2004 form that landed him a world top-20 rating, is in a tough field for the 2005 US PGA Championship starting today...

Rahael credits teamwork for CCCAN performance

T&T’s fourth-place showing at the just-concluded Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming/Water Polo and Synchronised Swimming Championships, which ended in Santo Domingo on Monday night, was due to great teamwork...

Woodruffe sisters top beach volleyball

Playing together as a team for the first time in the competition, the Woodruffe sisters, Pauline and Stephanie made light work of the competition in the Stag Spike Down Beach Volleyball Tournament...

Courts walkathon to help Sookoo twins

COURTS Trinidad Limited Sports and Cultural Committee will host a walkathon around the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain on Sunday, in aid of medical expenses for the Lopez-Sookoo twins...

Sports Commentary

The Prolook with Shaun Fuentes

There’s a little lad running around the field in T&T colours these days by the name of Sean De Silva. The St Mary’s College and La Foucade Coaching School player wore the captain’s armband and scored his first goal in T&T Under 15s’ 19-0 win over Anguilla at the Hasely Crawford Stadium last Sunday...

 

 

 

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