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Newcomers...could shock big teams in Germany

Every FIFA World Cup has its share of first-time finalists, some of whom invariably make a mockery of pre-tournament forecasts and send shockwaves around the world. Cameroon, Costa Rica, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Senegal, to name a few, have all defied the odds at one time or another and covered themselves in glory...

Cricket

Another goodie in Lara’s bag

The series was tied at 1-1 going into the final Test at Lahore. Given a choice, no batsman would want to face Imran Khan, Wasim Akram, Abdul Qadir and Waqar Younis in their first Test...

WI cricket sinks to new depths

West Indies, controlled absolutely by a new coach with a high tech staff, ended 2005 with one win and eight losses in 11 Test matches. Worse, there seems no improvement in the quality of play or even of effort that is put out by the teams that have represented the region in Tests...

Other Sports

Sportworld National Basketball Championships

Detour Shak Attack celebrated its most successful season this year emerging the men's champion of Sportworld National Basketball Championships for the first time in its 17-year history...

Lingo a bundle of energy

Lee-Anne Lingo is one of the most promising of the student—athletes that T&T is producing now. Just turned 13, she is a bundle of energy and intelligence and plays tennis with the joy that only the totally committed can muster...

Laila makes it victory no.22

Laila Ali stopped Sweden’s Asa Sandell in the fifth round Saturday in a non-title bout with her famous father, former men’s world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, watching...

Growth of Physical Education in T&T – Part Two

Lack of facilities always a problem

Today we continue our series on the growth of PE in T&T. The series started two weeks ago. This is the completion of part two which was carried last week...

Par for the course with Neil Giuseppi

Several new faces on tour next year

On Monday, December 5, at approximately 5 p.m., the curtain officially came down on the 2005 United States P.G.A. Tour when the gruelling six-day Qualifying School, or ‘Q’ School as it is popularly known, came to an end...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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