The Ministry of Works and Transport has spent $18.4 million in its road and rehabilitation project which includes a new bicycle lane in Chaguaramas.
"Revert to Zonal football and leave out the Coca Cola Intercol play-off for this year's Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL), if there is to be a shortened version this year," coaches from four out of the five zones have said.
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic being bein managed by the government of Trinidad and Tobago, the major stakeholder in the Horse racing fraternity, the Trinidad and Tobago Racing Authority(TTRA), the Betting Levy Board (BLB) and the Arima Race Club(ARC) at a meeting held on Monday last agreed upon a way forward for local horse racing. The racing plant at Santa Rosa Park, Arima was closed for racing since March 14th. The ARC has proposed June 19 (Labour Day) for the re-start of the Sport of Kings locally. A date from the two of the three leaders in the local horse racing scene agreed to be adequate.
Though sympathetic towards the plight of the country's national coaches and administrative staff for unpaid wages for the last three months, Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Shamfa Cudjoe has directed the staff and coaches to thrash out their salary issue with the T&T Football Association or the FIFA-appointed Normalisation Committee.
CASTRIES, St Lucia – Former West Indies captain Darren Sammy has urged the International Cricket Council (ICC) and its member cricket boards to speak out against social injustice and racism, amid public outrage in the United States and across the globe over the death of a black man in police custody.
Former West Indies Team manager and current manager of the Guyana Amazon franchise Omar Khan said, two of his players who have opted out of the West Indies tour of England, should not have.
A lot of good news continues to flow for sports fans as many sporting events open around the world.
Cricket West Indies' (CWI) has named a 14-man squad that features no Trinidadians for next month’s proposed Sandals Tour of England.
It could be a shortened season, coupled with severe cuts in funding for schools when the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) kicks off in September.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Reinvigorated West Indies batsman Jermaine Blackwood is champing at the bit ahead of the tour of England, and hopes to get the chance to express himself.
Phoenix Women's Cricket Club swept all major titles in the Premiership Division of the T&T Women's Cricket Association (TTWCA) competitions which saw T&T's leading women's cricketers in action at various venues in the country.
Veteran tennis queen Anneliese Rose believes her dream of seeing a player from the Caribbean being among the top players in Europe and the United States, will come soon. And she can well play a big part in achieving this future goal.
No West Indies player will be forced to travel on the tour of England if they feel uncomfortable with arrangements, Cricket West Indies chief executive Johnny Grave has said.
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