Mucurapo Boys RC School proudly pose after the school captured the march past title of the Magic Mist Central Zone B Primary School Games which took place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
Makaelan Woods and Jeniah Tobias led a number of athletes who scored multiple wins at the annual Magic Mist Central Zonal Games held on Thursday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port-of-Spain.
T&T's Chris Richards Sr. tees off from the 12th, during the T&T Golf Open Pro Am at St. Andrews Golf Course, Moka, Maraval.
Trinidad and Tobago's Chris Richards leads the way among the professionals with a score of 68 (4 under par) on the first day of the 112th T&T Open which teed-off at the St Andrews Golf Club in Moka, Maraval in beautiful conditions the golf course yesterday.
Oceanus Dragon Boat Team of Tobago
It was a Carnival-like atmosphere at the launch of the Fourth annual Pan American Club Crew Championships in Tobago, yesterday. The opening day's event took the form of a street parade which started at Tambrin Square, Uptown, Scarborough and ending at the Scarborough Esplanade.
T&T's junior tennis team Zara Ghuran, from left, Ella Carrington, Charlotte Ready and Jerome Ward at the World Junior Tennis Pre Qualifying event in the Dominican Republic. Yesterday, the local team beat Bahamas, 3-0.
T&T's tennis girls made some major improvement yesterday at the North, Central American and Caribbean pre-qualifiers for the World Junior Tennis Competition in the Dominican Republic, getting success over The Bahamas.
There was no doubt that our national football team, the Soca Warriors were well accepted and appreciated by the Welsh fans if only because of the tremendous reputation which coach Dennis Lawrence had earned when he spent some years in the vicinity at Wrexham.
Carlista Mohammed plays during the Singles Finals of the Shell Tranquillity Open Tennis Championships at Victoria Avenue, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
Allan V. Crane
Carlista Mohammed and Abigail Jones, both advanced to the semifinals of the Girls Singles category of the Shell Tranquility Tennis Open at the tournament's courts on Victoria Avenue in Port-of-Spain on Wednesday.
T&T Super League president, Keith Look Loy, left, with his attorney Matthew Gayle leaves Hall of Justice in Port-of-Spain after winning his case against the T&T Football Association (TTFA), yesterday.
The T&T Football Association (TTFA) has been cautioned by a High Court Judge over its repeated refusal to release information on the construction of its US$2.5 million "Home for Football" in Balmain, Couva to one of its directors.
Girls Under-13 400 metre winner Jeneice Burton at the start of the race, during the 32nd Kelvin Nancoo Primary Schools Games sponsored by Nestle at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port-of-Spain on Tuesday.
Success Roman Catholic (RC) School finished first and second in the East B girls and boys categories respectively when the 32nd edition of the Milo-sponsored Kelvin Nancoo Primary School East Games was held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, on Wednesday.
Karishma Ramharack claimed 3-23 to help set up T&T’s win over Leeward Islands.
T&T will be confident heading into its third match of the Regional Women’s Super50 Cup against the Windward Islands on Thursday at the Everest Cricket Club Ground, Georgetown, Guyana after easing to victories in its opening matches.
The winning South Zone team sports their new kit sponsored by Cricket360 International. They are coach Keston Harrypersad, from left back row,Liam Mamchan, Aaron Persad, Veshwesh Pattnaik, Shane Rajaram, Christain Bernard, Chris Sadanan, Darren Samlal Zachary Ragoonath and in front row from left, Rayall Narine, Josiah Bruno, Kendall Poochoon, Tariq Mohammed, Venesh Narine, Rodney Beharray and Avalon Changoor.
South, Central and North booked their place in the semi-finals of the T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) Under-17 cricket series with victories in their second-round clash on Wednesday.
Gary James-Boodoo, left, and Kenrick Baksh, with their gold medals after winning the men's doubles in bocce at the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, yesterday.
It was a golden end to the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, yesterday for the Special Olympians of T&T (SOTT). SOTT earned an additional six gold, one silver, and five bronze as the local contingent finished the Games with a total of 19 gold, 15 silver, and 23 bronze.
As a young man growing up, my mother always told me that when you have nothing good to say about someone, say nothing. But my goodness, TTFA (T&T Football Association), how much more can the people of T&T take from your Association? How long do we ignore the absurdity that is passing for good governance?
Leandra Ramdeen took four wickets for 12 runs
GEORGETOWN, Guyana - Trinidad and Tobago romped to their second consecutive win when they overhauled Leeward Islands’ paltry 76 to win by four wickets at the Georgetown Cricket Club, yesterday in round two of the Women’s Super50 Cup Tournament.