The opening of a series of National Championship Regattas that will culminate with the T&T Great Race later this year will take place on February 7 at a non-base point out in the Gulf of Paria.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Stand-in skipper Kraigg Brathwaite believes the upcoming Test series in Bangladesh will provide a “great opportunity” for inexperienced players, and says he is under no pressure after being asked to lead the side in Jason Holder’s absence.
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Tobago-born out-of-favour T&T striker Rundell Winchester has been released by Hibernians FC and will continue the season with Malta First Division (Challenge League) side Marsaxlokk, the Times of Malta understands.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Assistant coach Roddy Estwick has urged players to make a quick adjustment to conditions in Bangladesh if they are to be successful on what he anticipates will be a “very, very difficult tour”, which gets underway in just under two weeks.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – MLS Cup champions Columbus Crew have hailed Kevin Molino as a game-changer, after signing the Trinidadian winger from free agency earlier this week.
T&T's referees Crystal Sobers and Cecile Hinds have made the FIFA International List of Referees for this year.
The PT Racing-owned, three-year-old chestnut gelding Wise Guy is the highest money-spinner for last year's coronavirus-hit racing season.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Head coach, Courtney Walsh, will oversee his first assignment since taking charge of West Indies Women four months ago, when the Caribbean side gather here for a three-week camp starting this weekend.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Sir Clive Lloyd believes selectors may have erred in overlooking young fast bowler Chemar Holder for the Test tour of Bangladesh and has also questioned the wisdom of including three left-arm spinners in the 15-man squad.
Former national men’s football team captain and Futsal team coach Clayton “JB” Morris says this country faces a difficult task to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
With exactly a month to go to the start of the Regional Super50 Cup in Antigua, the T&T Red Force selection panel trimmed its 36-man training squad to a provisional squad of 22 on Friday. The practice match which was also scheduled for Friday was also called off at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva, as a wet outfield forced the players to train instead.
Moving the office of the T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) from the premises of 121 Abercromby Street in Port-of-Spain is inevitable but president Brian Lewis and his staff are taking it in stride.
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