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MORATUWA, Sri Lanka—Opener Assad Fudadin struck his fourth first class hundred but West Indies A’s batting woes continued on the opening day of the third and final four-day “Test” yesterday.

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados—Principal of the UWI Cave Hill Campus, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, says there is a crisis in sports governance in the Caribbean which has the potential to detract from the quality performances being exhibited by regional athletes. While not making specific reference to any

Even with a suspension, several knocks and a fatigued team, head coach Randy Waldrum remains confident that T&T’s senior women’s footballers can defeat Mexico in the Concacaf Women’s Championship third-place playoff today and qualify for next year’s Fifa World Cup. T&T and Mexico will at

T&T’s Olympic bronze medal swimmer had a rear failure in the men’s 50m freestyle final at the FINA/Mastbank Swimming World Cup when he ended fourth at the fifth stop in Beijing, China yesterday. Entering the final as the fastest qualifier at the Ying Tung Swimming Pool, Olympic Sports Centre,

American George Towett will gear up to defend his title for the fourth time today but will face a still test from 20 other seeded runners at the UWI Spec International Half-Marathon, which runs off at the University, from 5.30 am.

T&T’s Under-17 men’s team were saved by a Guadeloupe win over Martinique in a separate group at the CFU qualifying tournament, on Friday night, which meant the this country secured the last available spot at the Concacaf U-17 Championship. Having finished third in Group A behind Haiti and St

Four T&T kayaking athletes heading to the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC) in Mexico from November 14-30, including Satyam Maharaj, took the top four spots in the 14km long course at the annual Maritime Ortoire River Race in Mayaro, last Saturday. Maharaj was the winner in a time of

Our women’s national football squad have weathered the storm of embarrassing moments over the past two weeks, but rallied on to qualify for the final four with  the hope of making their debut visit to the finals of Fifa World Cup in Canada next year. To have shrugged off the inconveniences which

National lightweight boxer Prince Lee Isidore, who recently recovered from Dengue Fever, defeated Guyanese Revlon Lake in five rounds to capture the Caribbean Commonwealth Lightweight title at the Fine Light Fight Factory Boxing Card, Jean Pierre Complex, on Friday night. At 10.45 pm, after the n

St Anthony’s College took an early lead in the BGTT Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division competition, yesterday, with a 3-0 win over San Juan North. At St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, leading scorer for the “Tigers”, Kwesi Allen scored the opener in time added on i

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