Thursday 19th October, 2006

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Sarwan: Victory was no surprise for us

Ramnaresh Sarwan, who led the West Indies in the second half of their thrilling victory against Australia after Brian Lara could not take the field due to back spasms, was understandably overjoyed when he spoke to the press at the end of the match...


Corneal: Indisciplined players will not wear national colours

Coaches and managers in the T&T Pro League held a very active and dynamic meeting with national youth director Anton Corneal and coaching development director Lincoln Phillips at the Pro League Head Office in Valpark...

Secondary Schools Football League

St Mary’s face axe today...Malick must win

When the final round of league matches kicks off in the North Zone of the British Gas Secondary Schools Football League today, all eyes will be on St Mary’s for the first time this season—for a reason which they may not have pondered at the start of the seven-team campaign...

W Connection closes gap on leaders

GARY GLASGOW scored an unlikely 90th-minute goal to earn table-topping Joe Public a 3-3 draw with CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh in a mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash in Round 25 of the T&T Pro League at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, on Tuesday night...

Other Sports

Grazette brothers make winning start

Brothers Ivor and Winnington Grazette got off to a winning start in the 2006 Evian National Open Championships on Monday, when they beat the team of Leon Fraser and Aasan Lewis in the men’s doubles on the Public Courts. The prolific family duo played a near flawless match, destroying Fraser and Lewis 6-0, 6-1...




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