Wednesday 19th December, 2007

 
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Joe Public lifts FA trophy

Joe Public earned a hard fought 1-0 win over T&T Pro League rivals Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA to capture the T&T Football Federation FA Trophy title at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya on Wednesday night...

 
Cricket

A cry for consistency

West Indies cricket ends another disappointing year on a promising note...

Keys to success for Windies ...at least survival”

While there is still time to Christmas Day itself, I want to wish all a wonderful Christmas season, Eid al-Adha, the ‘senior’ Eid, which is being celebrated this week, and also a belated Happy Hanukah, which was celebrated last week...

 

Other

F1 star takes wheel from cabbie

Michael Schumacher took over the wheel from a taxi driver when he was running late to catch a flight...

Reaching for Olympic gold

It has been nagging at me for sometime now, a desultory kind of feeling; its hold on my psyche gave birth to a negative mood that is alien to my make up as I tend towards being an eternal optimist. It may have been the recent rainy days with its dark, gloomy and overcast atmosphere...

Beauty Sport

Sky's the limit for Suelin

Tang further explained, “Balancing my studies with basketball was never really much of a problem for me.”

How to choose a bike for Christmas

Buying a bike for Christmas? Every year the hottest item on the market for Christmas has always been a bike and this year is no different...

TTNA honours veterans

Last Tuesday at the T&T Netball Association (TTNA) honoured members of the fraternity — former national netballers, administrators and coaches — at its annual appreciation function held at the VIP Lounge in the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo...

Federer, Henin ITF World Champions

LONDON—Roger Federer and Justine Henin are the ITF World Champions for 2007...

Magnificent Chess Foundation to launch...

Revolution in Jamaica

CAN the sport of chess be used as a vehicle for reforming a society? Ian Wilkinson, president of the Jamaica Chess Federation, firmly believes that it can...

Man vs Machine, with a twist

OVER the last five years or so, the chess–loving fraternity has watched fascinated as computer programmes became so strong as to defeat the world’s leading grandmasters...

Jayne Kennedy wins Valkyries tournament

JANE KENNEDY, back from a five-month visit to the USA, won the Valkyries Chess Club’s Open Ladies tournament held at the COSTATT campus, Melville Lane, Port-of-Spain over the last week-end...

Port Of Spain & Environs jumping for joy

SOME 500 students, teachers and parents thronged to the Lower Morvant Government School last week when T&T Alliance For Sport and Physical Education (TTASPE) under the auspices of the Ministry of Education hosted their Jump Rope Week for all Educational Districts in T&T...

Victory for Ames in California

Iwas very thrilled recently when our own Stephen Ames won the LG Skins Game for the second consecutive year...

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