West Indies’ slump in the world Twenty20(T20) rankings is of little concern to head coach Phil Simmons, but believes it can work to his side’s advantage if the T20 World Cup comes off in Australia this October.
KINGSTOWN, St Vincent – Sunil Ambris continued to warm-up nicely for the proposed England tour with another handsome knock as his Salt Pond Breakers won their fifth match on the trot in the Vincy Premier League on Tuesday.
The National Cycling Championship is set to resume in August and October, chairman of the Racing Committee of the T&T Cycling Federation (TTCF), Gregory Dandrade said yesterday.
The T&T golf community is mourning the lost Clyde Yearwood, who passed away on Friday at home.
West Indies head coach Phil Simmons is hopeful the England series against the regional side comes off but insists it will have to be done under the safest circumstances possible.
KINGSTOWN, St Vincent – West Indies star Sunil Ambris continued to dominate the inaugural T10 Vincy Premier League, producing once again with both bat and ball to keep his Salt Pond Breakers undefeated on Monday.
Cricket West Indies (CWI) will have to write to the Ministry of National Security seeking clearance for any T&T player selected for the West Indies tour of England to leave the country. This was confirmed by Minister of Health Terrance Deyalsingh at the ministry’s virtual media conference on Monday.
Several exercise and fitness enthusiasts in T&T were elated when May 10 signalled the public's return to outdoor physical activity: running, walking, hiking.
West Indies’ tour to England is inching towards reality with Cricket West Indies (CWI) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Johnny Grave saying they are earmarking June 8 for the squad to leave for the United Kingdom on a chartered flight.
T&T’s 2006 World Cup footballer Chris Birchall has distanced himself from national coach Terry Fenwick’s comments that he is helping to expand the player pool for this country’s senior men’s football team.
National defender Aubrey David played the first 45 minutes as his Deportivo Saprissa whipped Santos de Guapiles 4-2 to remain four points clear at the top of the Costa Rican Premier Division Football League on Saturday night.
T&T sprinter Jereem Richards remains skeptical of flying despite the Diamond League releasing a new provisional calendar on May 12. The shortened version of the season will see meets taking place in different cities almost every two days in August, September and October.
The horse racing fraternity can now look to "Sport of King" to resume on Labour Day (June 19).
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