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England’s victory

a great lesson

It was certainly a commemorative moment which celebrated the hundredth anniversary of Football in the twin Island State...


Consistency is West Indies biggest challenge

...Chanderpaul shows up yet again

Things are back to normal as West Indies struggle in the second Test against Australia. Inconsistency is a word that says all that must be said about the team’s performance, with one man’s efforts standing out like a sore thumb...

Ramdin looks for runs

ST JOHN’S – West Indies wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin says that he is extremely pleased with his wicketkeeping going into the Second Digicel Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium but he said that he is looking to improve on his batting performances...

A cricket season to celebrate

PRAISES are being heaped on the various sponsors of the National Cricket League, for the positive role they are playing in developing the sport in T&T, and by extension, the Caribbean, during the just concluded 2008 local domestic season...



100 years of T&T football

Gareth Barry scored his first goal for England, eight years after his debut, and Jermain Defoe netted a double to help the visiting Englishmen beat host T&T 3-0 but the loss did not take away from “Soca Warriors” celebrating 100 years in football...


Don’t mess with Matthew Kowlessar

Young, energetic, innocent and playful are just some of the adjectives that could be used to describe nine-year-old Matthew Kowlessar, after my interview with him on Saturday afternoon at the El Dorado Secondary School...

The great Olympic Games

With the Beijing Olympic Games opening ceremony only two months away, it is time for this column to focus its attention on matters Olympic...

Keron strides to success

WAITING another four years to pursue his olympic aspirations has not turned out to be as crushing as Keron Lewis first thought...

Controversy still haunts late world champion...

Battle for Fischer’s fortune

IN HIS brief graveside eulogy, the Icelandic priest Jakob Rolland said Bobby Fischer had “finally got what he wanted, peace and quiet.” However true that may be, it seems the perennial controversies that have characterised the chess genius’ erratic life are destined to live long after his death from kidney failure on January 17...

Of Republic Bank and high blood pressure

I am living in fear...

Of beauties, thrills, funk and donuts Carib distills excellence

The thrill of watching the first jewel of local racing’s “Triple Crown” - The Carib Brewery Guineas, when two of the fancied horses battled to the line for the final 300 metres, before Luis Rodriguez produced Donut Prince, to land the $180,000 first prize on Carib Brewery Day At The Races, was matched only by the cumulative competition in the other races on the 10-event programme, sponsored by Carib...

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