Wednesday 28th February, 2007

 
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Champions again

T&T’s cricketers retained the International Shield when beating Barbados in the finals on Sunday. Following are some memorable moments of the game.

Cricket

West Indies at the World Cup 1992

Weather conspiracy ...as rain ends Caribbean hopes

RAIN ended the West Indies hopes at the 1992 Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand and also prevented the likes of Desmond Haynes and Malcolm Marshall a last hurrah on the world stage...

Inside the Mind of Kieron Pollard - Part 2

I want to bat an entire day

Q: What areas of your batting can you improve?

Expectations

...a weight on West Indies hopes

CRICKET World Cup is on everybody’s mind. Even people who are normally not keen on cricket are talking about the tournament and not only because it will be held in the Caribbean for the first time...

 

Other Sports

Faces Under The Helmet

Lochan and Scott ...the winning combination

Rookie of the Year 2004, Champion Driver of the Year for three consecutive years - 2004, 2005 and 2006 – a TTRC record!

Let’s continue good work of Carnival

Iam so happy to say we had a crime free Carnival although over 200 people were arrested. Nice work Commissioner of Police!

Triumphant return of Mount Irvine

The year was 1974. There was excitement in the air in Tobago. The Mount Irvine Golf Course, rated at the time among the Top 125 courses in the world outside of the United States, was to be the venue of a major international golf tournament, the Tobago International Pro-Am...

Checkmate by a pretty Parisienne

A ROMANCE which blossomed two years ago between world chess champion Vladimir Kramnik and French journalist Marie-Laure Germon ended in marriage recently...

Campo plays chess in bed

FLORENCIO CAMPOMANES, long-time president (1982-1995) and current honorary president of FIDE, celebrated his 80th birthday last Thursday in a hospital bed in Turkey...

Hayden Lee upsets Cave

HAYDEN LEE underlined his emergence as one of the country’s top chess players by scoring another upset in the national qualifying tournament now in progress at UWI, St Augustine...

Harper wins Carnival ‘International’

NATIONAL champion Ryan Harper cruised through the Carnival International Chess Tournament held recently at UWI, St Augustine, finishing with a perfect score of six points...

Venus targets Top 16 by French Open

Venus Williams has a message for anyone who thought she might use her latest injury as an excuse to finally leave tennis. She’s back, and she plans on working her way back up to an elite level...

How ‘Jumbie’ assailed my ear drums

Growing up in Belmont in the 70s and 80s was a wonderful experience for any young boy or girl interested in sports...

‘Kauto Star can defy critics’

Kauto Star is primed to prove the sceptics wrong and justify favouritism in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, his owner Clive Smith has told BBC Sport...

 

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