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Former national captain and West Indies opener Daren Ganga says the current impasse between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will most likely end amicably.

The last remaining spot for the semifinals of the CocaCola National InterCol competition will be determined today after Speyside hosts East Mucurapo Secondary in the lone “quarterfinal” match. 

One of the plans of newly elected T&T Cycling Federation (TTCF) president Robert Farrier is to improve the performances of the national endurance riders and to ensure the National Cycling Centre in Couva opens its doors by the middle of next year.

Former T&T Cycling Federation (TTCF) president Rowena Williams is pleased with her effort over the past four years and believes she has put the local cycling body in a place to achieve even more in the coming years.

Queen’s Park Judo Club (QPJC) held its third and final tournament for the year at the Dunross Prep School, Westmoorings, on Saturday. 

Head coach of T&T’s senior women’s team, Randy Waldrum, along with a number of US-based players were expected to arrive in T&T last night ahead of today’s gathering at Hyatt Regency for the start of their live-in camp.

There is a need to get serious about implementing policy. The discipline needed to effectively and efficiently implement and execute policy is proving elusive in T&T.

After the draw for jockeys was made yesterday at the RaceHorse Owners Association Headquarters at Santa Rosa Park, Arima, the Great Britain team seem to have the edge. 

Tobago will return bigger and stronger at next year’s Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) says Huey Cadette, secretary for Sport, Education and Youth Affairs in the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

Olympic sailor Andrew Lewis is revamping his training technique in preparation for participation in pre-Olympic qualifying event now taking place around the world, as he works to secure a place for T&T in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.