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Cricket

Gayle has minor heart surgery

West Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle underwent a medical procedure on his heart yesterday and will miss the third and final Test against Australia, which starts tonight, team officials said...

World Cup tickets on sale in January

More than 800,000 tickets—ranging from US$10 for a single match ticket to US$300 for the best seats at the final—for the World Cup 2007 cricket tournament will go on sale from January, officials announced yesterday...

Warne backs Lara for runs

Brian Lara has scored only 102 runs in four innings in West Indies’ series against Australia, but has a backer in Shane Warne, who has tipped him for big runs sooner or later...

Collins returns January

Fast bowler Pedro Collins hopes to recover from a back injury in time to be selected for West Indies’ tour of New Zealand in February-March...

Football

Fatima does it at death

FATIMA College of Port-of-Spain earned the right to contest the final of the National RBTT Inter-Col competition against St Augustine on Saturday when they defeated Naparima College of San Fernando 4-3 on penalty kicks in the second semi-final yesterday at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella...

Review of the Concacaf teams which reached Germany 2006

Favourites lived up to expectations

As qualifying began for the 2006 Fifa World Cup Germany in the North, Central American and Caribbean Zone, few would have backed against the traditional powers of Mexico, the United States and Costa Rica making the three automatic qualifying berths their own...

Jamaica ahead of Warriors in Fifa ranking

The latest Fifa Coca-Cola world football rankings released yesterday triggered a few changes in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) ratings with upward movement for Barbados and St Vincent and the Grenadines...

Andrews to Rangers: Emulate Warriors

T&T defender Marvin Andrews is urging his Rangers team-mates to take a leaf out of T&T’s book in their approach to Wednesday night’s European Champions League against Porto in Portugal...

Other Sports

Volleyballers applaud Soca Warriors

The president and members of the T&T Volleyball Federation (TTVF) extend our sincere congratulations to the T&T Football Federation and the Soca Warriors on their qualification for the World Cup 2006...

Sports Commentary

The Prolook with Shaun Fuentes

Explosive midfielder Aurtis Whitley has attracted the interest of English Championship Division club Luton Town...

 

 

 

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