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Bravo encouraged by series win

The West Indies cricketers will move on to South Africa confident of doing well after a 3-1 series triumph in the One-Day International (ODI) series against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo...

 
Cricket

Chanderpaul joins 7,000-run club ...matches strides with Lara, Haynes

Shivnarine Chanderpaul became the third West Indian to reach 7000 runs in One-Day Internationals on Friday...

Jerome Taylor comes good

West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor was voted the Man-of-the-Series for his superb bowling performances in the series against Zimbabwe, which ended on Sunday...

So long, Sanath The great entertainer

Sanath Jayasuriya’s second retirement from Test cricket attracted much less fanfare than the first did, some 18 months ago...

Record-breaking Murali

He was made to wait, longer than he or any of his legions of admirers could ever have imagined, but in end, the inevitable could not be postponed indefinitely...

Pressing need for proactive development

West Indies cricket has never failed to delight and confound its supporters...

WIPA says thanks

THE WEST INDIES Players Association (WIPA) hosted a gala ‘thank you’ function last Thursday night at the Clico Hospitality Suite at the Queen’s Park Oval and president and CEO Dinanath Ramnarine heaped praises on those who have assisted in making WIPA, a respectable players body today...

 

Football

Footballer notches up 60 seasons

A 72-year-old Dorset man is celebrating his 60th year of non-league football...

The relationship between peace and sport

Small gestures rather than big promises...

Great sporting records falling everywhere

This last week has been a tremendous week for the breaking of sporting records...

 

 

Other

Beauty Sport

Martine: Loving Life

Move over Dr Phil, there’s a new know-it-all on life and living in town, and she’s only 17 years old...

QPCC celebrates

RAFAEL GOVIA was the toast at the Queen’s Park Cricket Club (QPCC) annual awards and dinner held on Friday night at the club’s Banquet Hall at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair...

Thanks to Knights enlightened gambit... T&T players get FIDE rating at home

THE opportunity for our chess players to be rated by the world governing body, FIDE, is now available at home...

T&T competes in Commonwealth chess

FORMER national champion Cecil Lee was on 4 points after 9 rounds of the Parsvnath Commonwealth Chess Championships being played in New Delhi, India. The other T&T representative, National Women’s Champion Aditi Soondarsingh, could muster only 1.5 points...

Pre-Christmas contest for women

THE last open chess tournament for 2007 will be the Valkyries Club’s Ladies Championship which comes off at the COSTATT campus, Melville Lane, Port-of-Spain, on Saturday and Sunday December 15 and 16...

Singh wins National Swiss

RAVISHEN SINGH defaulted his seventh round game, but with six wins in six rounds his victory in the National Swiss tournament was well assured...

Near-death in Panama experience

On Wednesday November 14, at the Royal Decameron Resort in Panama, I came face-to-face with my own mortality...

 

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