T&T’s Noah Powder had an assist and also scored as his Real Monarchs lifted a first-ever United Soccer Championship crown with a 3-1 triumph over Louisville City FC at Lynn Stadium, Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday.
Celine Loraine scored the winner for Signal Hill Secondary School to be crowned the Girls' "Big Five" champion in the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League on Wednesday.
Here we go again - complaints about the Queen's Park Oval's pitch. The latest salvo comes from none other than Floyd Reifer, head coach of the West Indies Emerging Players Team who, reportedly, is less than impressed with the “benign” playing surfaces being prepared for matches at the Oval.
Naparima College and Presentation College will clash for yet another time in the final of the South Zone of the Coca Cola InterCol on Monday.
LUCKNOW—West Indies assistant coach Roddy Estwick has hailed the work of his bowlers but believes there is still much work to be done if the team is to become a major force again in the white-ball formats.
T&T's cycling quartet of Njisane Phillip, Nicholas Paul, Keron Bramble and Kwesi Browne left on Wednesday to contest the first of three World Cups in Hong Kong, being used as a qualifier for the Olympic Games in Tokyo Japan next year.
Luann Craig put on a grand performance to lift Five Rivers Secondary School to the Malta Girls Under-15 Division Trinidad title in the Secondary Schools Football League.
Stafanie Taylor and Deandra Dottin have become the first West Indies players to sign up for the women’s Hundred, joining Australians Jess Jonassen and Rachael Haynes and South Africa’s Mignon du Preez as each of the competition’s eight teams unveiled a new marquee player yesterday.
Former national team coach Stephen Hart has won his US$742,444 (TT$5 million) lawsuit against the T&T Football Association (TTFA) over unpaid salary and benefits from his three-year stint in charge of the Soca Warriors.
The all too familiar song of 'lack of funding' is being heard again, this time with a crescendo from the T&T Boxing Association (TTBA).
Carapichaima East Secondary successfully defended their Coca Cola Intercol Central Zone title with a 2-1 win over Chaguanas North Secondary on Wednesday, becoming the first team to book a place in the national playoffs in the process.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says the football fraternity should have no more excuses for its poor state, both on and off the field, in the future now.
Fast bowler Ronsford Beaton is now set to undergo an evaluation of his action after he was reported by umpires for a suspect bowling action during the ongoing Super50 Cup.
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