LONDON – Barbados-born speedster Jofra Archer is poised to face West Indies for the first time in a Test after being included in a 13-man squad for this week’s opener at the Ageas Bowl.
Conde Riley has been asked to withdraw his statement that West Indies head coach Phil Simmons has endangered the lives of West Indies cricketers by leaving the bio-secure bubble to attend the funeral of his father-in-law in England.
It is accepted that a bit of healthy competition in any field is known to enhance motivation and generate increased effort from among those competing.
Pan American bronze medallist Michael Alexander is among five T&T boxers on the International Boxing Association (AIBA) World rankings list.
President of the T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) Azim Bassarath says that the current CEO of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Johnny Grave will lead the regional cricket body out of the current financial crisis.
Roddy Estwick, West Indies assistant coach, has admitted he is slightly troubled by the team's top-order batting form ahead of the Test series against England but insists there is no concern over captain Jason Holder's form.
The cabinet of the government of T&T has not signed off on the CPL tournament being played in this country as yet and has asked further questions of the owners of the tournament.
National coach Terry Fenwick is manoeuvring the challenges of a less-than-ideal leadership, the selection of inexperienced players, to people who are not in favour of him being national coach, as well as little to no finances, to turn around the fortunes of T&T football.
T&T Paralympic gold medalist Akeem Stewart received the Tobago Medal of Honour Gold during a ceremony at the Tourism Building in Scarborough, Tobago on Thursday.
The 2020 season of the Ascension Invitational Football League (AIFL) is missing the approval of the FIFA-appointed Normalisation Committee which is headed by chairman, Robert Hadad, for approval to kick-off.
Former Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) national player, Maurice Joseph, has joined Dave Paulsen's staff at George Mason University as an assistant basketball coach on the competitive Atlantic 10 Conference in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) division 1.
Former Guardian Media Limited Sub-editor Kelvin Choy died on Sunday. Choy, who was 79, started at the Daily Mirror newspapers in 1963 before he joined the Guardian and worked for more than two decades up to his retirement in 2001. However, he never left the establishment and continued as a freelance sub-editor and copyreader for all of the newspapers' publications which included news, sports, features and business. He finally left the organisation in 2017.
T&T Red Force batsman Joshua Da Silva continued his impressive batting form in England, scoring an unbeaten half-century to his unbeaten first-innings century as the West Indies versus West Indies A warm-up match at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground in England ended in a draw on Thursday.
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