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Top-ranked Caribbean and Central America teams, T&T and Costa Rica, will lock horns tonight in search of a place in the final of the Concacaf Women’s Championship, and more importantly, a spot at next year’s Fifa Women’s World Cup.

The teams will open a semifinal double-header at PPL Park, Chester, Pennsylvania, from 5.30 pm, before Group A...

I had a friend ask me about my opinion on the current hot topic of sports. Yes, the issue surrounding our West Indies players, WIPA and WICB. 

Giselle Laronde-West, former Miss World of 1986, won the gold medal in her kata category of female adults 35 years and over when the Shotokan karate international federation of Trinidad and Tobago (SKIFTT), led by head instructor Neville Mason, represented T&T at the 20th annual New York Open

Surinamese FIDE Master Roger Matoewi is among regional and local chess stars invited to participate in the First San Fernando Open Chess competition that runs from today until November 2, at District Scout Headquarters, Embacadere, San Fernando.

The Port-of-Spain and Environs Education be host the semifinals of the Atlantic sponsored league today at the Hasely Crawford Stadium beginning at 9.30 am.

Boxing resumes after a year at the Jean Pierre Complex at 7.30 pm this evening.

Fine Line Fight Factory presents a four-bout card with the main event being the WBC CABOFE Super Lightweight Title up for grabs between Prince-Lee Isidore (T&T) vs Revlon Lake (Barbados). 

The Quadrangular Games will be held on Thursday and Saturday next week at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain.

The Games was launched at the Quadrangular House, Long Circular Road, St James, yesterday.

CANBERRA—West Indies Women’s team management say their side will not be distracted by the storm of controversy surround their male counterparts.

Defending Digicel Pro League champion club DirecTV W Connection got off to a disappointing start to its 2014-2015 league campaign on Tuesday night, when coach Stuart Charles-Fevrier’s men finished on the wrong end of a 1-0 scoreline against North East Stars at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Round One

The national men’s table tennis team lost to Cuba A 3-0 yesterday and will most likely finish third overall at the Caribbean Region Table Tennis Federation (CRTTF) Senior Table Tennis Championships in Cuba.

Barataria South Secondary took an early step toward promotion to the Premier Division, yesterday, after sealing a 3-2 win over Central’s Presentation College in the opening round of the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Championship Big Eight competition.

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