Wednesday 2nd August, 2006

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T&T eases into Twenty/20 semis

T&T will meet Nevis in the semifinals of the inaugural Stanford Twenty20 Tournament on August 10,following the defeat of Barbados by 46 runs on Saturday...


Jayawardene savours new record

Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene was in jubilant mood after eclipsing the world Test partnership record with his pal Kumar Sangakkara in Colombo...

Death knell of Test cricket

Sri Lanka’s Mahela Jayawardene gave all T&T, in deed all West Indies’ fans a bit of a scare when he seemed to be going so well in challenging Brian Lara’s world record individual Test score...


Zero to rags to richest story

Those who know me well understand that I am not given to brief remarks on any topic, but the group of thinkers - some people term that a caucus - who organized today's book launch, justified their request for brevity by suggesting you read Zero to Hero for further details...

Other Sports

Lifetime ban faces Justin Gatlin

Justin Gatlin, the Olympic and world 100-meter champion, will get a lifetime ban from the sport’s international governing body if he is found guilty of doping...

$1M from coast to coast

Tropical Power Limited’s Managing Director Stephen Cadiz launched the Coast 2 Coast 2006 Multi-Sport race to media and race participants with an announcement that the company will be supporting the sport with an investment of $1 million over three years...

Airborne rally raid in South

Its being said “rally drivers do it sideways.” Well, I can assure you that they do it in airborne for sure from the spectacular photos that will appear on our partners in Motorsport Development websites and

Double Rooks with Carl Jacobs

Brokerage firm supports T&TCF regional event - Investing money like playing chess

Investing money is somewhat like playing chess, says Ram Ramesh, Managing Director and CEO of CMMB Limited. The mild-mannered executive should know since he not only heads the largest brokerage house in the Caribbean but also dabbled in the royal game during his school days in India...

Par for the course with Neil Giuseppi

T&T conquers Canada

The future of golf in T&T is in safe hands. I feel proud today to be able to make that categorical statement following the overwhelming defeat of the Canadian Junior team by their Trinidad and Tobago counterparts at the annual Stephen Ames Cup which took place last week at the St. Andrew’s Golf Club at Moka in Maraval...





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