KINGSTON, Jamaica – West Indies snapped a five-game losing streak with a convincing eight-wicket victory over New Zealand, ending an otherwise miserable three-match series on a high note on Sunday.
With another Secondary school Football League season on the horizon in September, the first return to play since 2019, the various members of the competing schools will no doubt be anticipating a competition that provides exciting opportunities to showcase abilities and are important learning opportunities for the young student-athletes in our country.
Fresh off his win at the Sagicor Junior International Tennis Tournament at the St Lucia National Tennis Centre in Beausejour, Gros Islet, St Lucia on Friday, T&T’s Kale Dalla Costa continued his winning form when the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and Central American and Caribbean Tennis Confederation (COTECC) Tobago Carnival Cup served on Saturday.
T&T’s Nicholas Paul made it three gold medals out of a possible three when he convincingly swept his UCI training partner, Suriname’s Jair Tjon En Fa in two straight rides of the best of three men’s match sprint final at the Elite Pan American Track Cycling Championship in Lima, Peru at the Villa Deportivan Nacional Velodrome on Saturday night.
T&T’s Danielle Cozier continued her rich vein of form in the pool when she secured two individual silver medals and a bronze at the recently concluded US Masters Long Course (50m) Swimming Summer Nationals at the Collegiate School Aquatic Center, Richmond, Virginia from August 3 to 7.
KINGSTON, Jamaica—West Indies white-ball captain Nicholas Pooran said his side was trying to have faith in their internal processes and hope that it will be enough to help them turn a string of depressing losses around.
The recent failures of our football to participate in the CFU and CONCACAF Youth Tournaments for boys and girls in U14 and U16 is a testimony of the National Sporting Association’s inability to manage its affairs. Successive attempts and calls at jolting the TTFA into action have been simply “dead ends” due to a lack of commitment to long-term programming.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Beleaguered West Indies produced yet another wretched batting display to slump to a depressing 90-run defeat in the second Twenty20 International against New Zealand on Friday.
GROS ISLET, St Lucia – West Indies A suffered at the hands of Saif Hassan’s hundred before left-arm seamer Mirttunjoy Chowdhury struck twice to give Bangladesh A control of the second four-day “Test”.
T&T cyclist Nicholas Paul sprinted to his second gold medal of the Elite Pan American Track Cycling Championship in Lima, Peru by winning the Men’s keirin final at the Villa Deportivan Nacional Velodrom on Thursday night.
LONDON – Off-spinning all-rounder Sunil Narine shone with the ball but failed with the bat but his Oval Invincibles still did enough to take down Dwayne Bravo’s Northern Superchargers by three wickets in a tight finish at the Oval.
GROS ISLET, St Lucia – Left-arm seamer Colin Archibald claimed a three-wicket haul to stall Bangladesh A’s progress, on another truncated day of the second four-day “Test” St Lucia on Thursday.
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