T&T's Women's rugby team just missed out on precious metal when they were beaten 0-5 by the Dominican Republic in the Women's 10 Plate Final of the Rugby Americas North Superweek in Barbados on Saturday.
T&T secured the ninth place at the Vitality Netball World Cup as the 'Calypso Girls' saw off Northern Ireland 57-48 in a hard-fought contest on Saturday in Liverpool, England.
'Very disappointing' is how national coach Stuart Charles Fevrier described his team's losing performance against Venezuela at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on Friday night. The T&T Football Association Youth Invitational Football Tournament which is preparation ahead of the CONCACAF Under-15 Championship in August.
USA-based T&T swimmer, Dylan Carter will begin his campaign at the 18th FINA World Championship in Gwangju, Korea today.
Following up on my assessment of the teams that finished 5th to 10th in the just-concluded Cricket World Cup, as promised, here is my assessment of the top final four teams. However, before I do that, I must go through the epic final between England and New Zealand.
T&T's Under-17 footballers succumbed to their second defeat in the T&T Football Association’s Youth Invitational Football Tournament at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo Friday night, going down to Venezuela 4-0.
T&T’s Under-17 Women's team will depart for Panama City on Tuesday to play three warm-up matches against that country’s U-17 team from July 23-27.
T&T ‘stennis teams walked away with two gold medals and titles at the International Tennis Federation’s (ITF)/COTECC Sub Region Four 12 & Under-12 Team Competition at the National Racquet Centre (NRC) in Tacarigua yesterday.
Anthony Harford, the Northern Football Association (NFA) president who is a member of the football Commission formed to guide local football into the new era of the UEFA/FIFA-recommended T-League, has resigned from the commission to make himself available to contest the T&T Football Association Elections in November.
T&T's netballers will get another chance at Northern Ireland when the teams meet to compete for ninth spot at the Netball World Cup in Liverpool, England today from 2.15 pm (TT time).
The talent and skills of young squash ace Seth Thong, and maybe more, will be needed when the country's Boys' team tackle regional rival Jamaica for the fifth position of the Caribbean Area Squash Association's Team Competition at the Racquet Centre of the Queen's Park Oval on Saturday.
"Small-nation elimination" is what the Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean's (CONCACAF) new World Cup Qualifying format is being described as by the former national captain and striker Kenwyne Jones and former goalkeeper Clayton Ince.
Chatram Jai Ramdhanie, left, is all smiles as he collects the winner's trophy from Allison Raybourne-Charles, manager of the National Insurance Board (NIB) South Regional Service Center after leading the NIB team to a 45-run victory against a guest team a wind ball cricket match at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba, San Fernando, last month. NIB honoured its present longest-serving employee, Ramdhanie, for his 41 years of service, which started in December 1977. The celebrations started with a retirement function followed by the wind ball match. Ramdhanie won the toss and led the NIB team to a massive 142 for 5 in ten overs. The opposing team could only muster a mere 97 for 6 in its ten overs.
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