FIFA has been given the green light to retake control of the the T&T Football Association (TTFA).
ST JOHN’S, Antigua – West Indies selectors have axed batsman Shai Hope for the Test tour of New Zealand.
Champion trainer John O'Brien is expected to walk into the Winner's enclosure at win bod the feature and co-feature races on Saturday at Santa Rosa Park, Arima.
Four days after the embattled T&T Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace and his United TTFA executive team won their controversial lawsuit against FIFA in the T&T High Court when Judge Carol Gobin ruled that FIFA's move to appoint a Normalisation Committee led by businessman Robert Hadad to replace Wallace and his team was illegal, null and void and of no effect, Keith Look Loy, a former national youth player, who was instrumental in the United TTFA team battle in every aspect and at every stage, has resigned.
The sport, being managed by Hayden Mitchell, was awarded the Bronze Level Certification of its Coaches Education System from the International Tennis Federation (ITF).
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Player fitness has created headaches for West Indies selectors and have forced a delay in the announcement of the Twenty20 squad for the tour of New Zealand.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Convenor of selectors, Roger Harper, has pointed to West Indies’ erratic batting as the key to any hopes the Caribbean side harbour of winning their first Test series in New Zealand for quarter of a century.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Barbados Pride have finally gotten their hands on the Headley/Weekes Trophy for capturing this year’s Cricket West Indies first class tournament.
Professional basketballer Johnny Hamilton's Fenerbahce Beko fell to its first defeat of the season on Wednesday in the Turkish Euroleague after being edged by CSKA, 78-77 in overtime after the scores were tied, 69-69, at the end of regulation time.
It is a bitter-sweet moment for T&T football where support seems to be split unequally in two. Now, however, the sport's membership will have the opportunity to make things right, if this saying can be a reality at this point in time.
Believe it or not, I was about to start my column on the stunning victory of the Los Angeles Lakers over the Miami Heat in the NBA finals. Since the visit of the legendary Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to T&T’s shores, I have always been a fan of the Lakers.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Jofra Archer’s brilliance went in vain as Rajasthan Royals were let down by their batsmen to slump to a 13-run defeat to Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League on Wednesday.
Champion trainer John O'Brien saddles four horses in Saturday's feature event the Nursery Stakes for West Indies-bred two-year-olds over a distance of 1,000 metres on the main track at Santa Rosa Park, Arima. O'Brien, who has won this event many times in the past years, will be looking to his quartet of With Honors, Passionate, Game Changer and Zanza.
+1 (868) 225-4465, Ext: 2043,