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.
A football skills challenge is being proposed as an alternative for this year's Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) if the League is unable to be held due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which continues to affect sports in Trinidad and Tobago.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Cricket West Indies does not anticipate this year’s home tours being hit by player withdrawals due to the COVID-19 pandemic, contending the decision by 10 first team players to opt out of the upcoming Bangladesh series was based on “unusual circumstances”.
The action will be riveting at the courts on Victoria Avenue on Friday in Port-of-Spain as competitors seek to inch closer to capturing the respective singles titles up for grabs.
There will be nothing tranquil about the play when the Shell Tranquillity Open resumes action on Friday. Its been 10 months in waiting for the women, men and veterans singles competitors to do battle in an attempt to secure the various titles. This was as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which stopped play on the weekend of March 15, 2020, after an increase of Covid-19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has hit the West Indies camp on the eve of their departure to Bangladesh with Guyanese fast-bowling all-rounder Romario Shepherd ruled out and he was tested positive. He was selected as part of the One Day International (ODI) team. Barbadian pacer Keon Harding, who is yet to make his West Indies debut, will replace Shepherd in the squad.
New Columbus Crew signing, T&T midfielder Kevin Molino is looking forward to the new challenge he will be presented with at the club in the United States.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Experienced international batting coach, Toby Radford, has raised concerns over the potential negative impact of sending a depleted squad to Bangladesh and fears the pullout by players could have adverse implications for the image of West Indies cricket.
GOLD COAST, Australia – Andre Fletcher’s lean run in the Big Bash continued Thursday as his Melbourne Stars slumped to a 17-run defeat to Brisbane Heat under Duckworth-Lewis-Stern, in a rain-hit 10-over affair at Carrara Oval.
A bank overdraft, in excess of $250, 000 has been gaining the attention of the new Northern Football Association (NFA) executive, being led by former national goalkeeper and coach Ross Russell.
Former Test batsman, Daren Ganga, believes West Indies players needed to exercise more faith in the judgement of Cricket West Indies instead of pulling out of the tour to Bangladesh.
Rain washed out the T&T Red Force’s practice match on Wednesday at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva without a ball being bowled. Instead, the squad was forced to retreat to the indoor practice nets for a session.
Providing his executive is given the all-clear by the Ministry of Health concerning health protocols being implemented and adhere too, Clayton Morris, the recently elected T&T Super League (T&TSL) president is targeting a June 2021 start.
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