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Emritt relieves pressure

It took a long time to come. But Rayad Emritt’s maiden century for the T & T national senior team could not have come at a more opportune time...

Cricket

The NightWatchman with Everard Gordon

‘Tiger’ calls it a day

Shivnarine Chanderpaul has resigned as captain after a spectacularly unsuccessful stint as West Indies cricket captain. Not too soon and, to nobody’s surprise, the Tiger has called it a day to be able to concentrate on his batting for the his and the team’s benefit...

Other Sports

b-mobile’s Thinking Sport for Caribbean journalists starts tomorrow

The region’s involvement in two major sporting events over the next two years will be the subject of much discussion over the next three days when the b-mobile ‘Thinking Sport, A window to the International World’ symposium for regional editors and senior sports journalists takes place at the Cascadia Hotel, starting tomorrow...

The Bicycle Spokesman with Michael Phillips

Elisha a Greene Lantern

We have come to expect bad news everyday we pick up and read the newspaper and with the disturbing trend, the question of what do we do to change this is constantly repeated...

Premier cycling back on track

The Beacon West Indies vs The World Series is back. The premier cycling series in the Caribbean will host some of the best cyclists in the world right here in T&T. This is the sixth edition to of Beacon Series, the only event that features a composite West Indian cycling team to represent the region...

Par for the course with Neil Giuseppi

Great final day at the Masters

The Masters, the first Major for the year on the United States P.G.A. Tour, has come and gone and its results are now history. The left-hander, Phil Mickleson, won his 2nd green jacket with a convincing victory on the final day...

Independent builders take over equipment

I would like to thank the Guardian, for inviting me to submit articles on golf equipment. In what is generally, and mistakenly, considered a “rich persons sport”, equipment is a major cost factor...

 

 

 

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