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NATIONAL coach Dennis Lawrence has urged the Trinidad and Tobago public to “get on board,“ after the senior national footballers won their first match in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers, 1-0 over Panama on Friday night. Lawrence held court at the post-match press conference at the Hase

Scorpions lead by 199
A Trinidad and Tobago Red Force batting collapse yesterday almost put the Jamaica Scorpions in a commanding position. However the home team’s bowlers ensured the visitors did not run away with the game. The second day of the Regional four-day clash at Queen’s Park Oval was filled with hi

T&T tackle Switzerland
Trinidad and Tobago men’s senior hockey team are set to meet Switzerland tonight from 8 p.m. on the second day of the FIH Men’s World League Round 2 tournament at the National Hockey Centre in Tacarigua. While local stickmen began their campaign last night against Russia, the USA and Chi

Carter: 200 free silver meant a lot
Top Trinidad and Tobago swimmer Dylan Carter said his silver medal swim in the Men’s 200 yard freestyle at the NCAA Division I men’s Swimming and Diving Championships was significant for the country and him personally. And Carter will be aiming for another medal last night as he was the

St Louis open to T&T recall*
Dexter St Louis is open to a national team recall. Unceremoniously axed ahead of the 2015 Caribbean Table Tennis Championships in Martinique, St Louis has been approached by the new Trinidad and Tobago Table Tennis Association (TTTTA) executive with a view to selection for the 2017 Caribbean Champio

St Louis leads T&T women today
Tasha St Louis will lead the national women’s team when they face Venezuela in the first of two international warm-ups at the Ato Bol­don Stadium, Couva, from 4 o’clock this afternoon. Head coach Carolina Morace appointed the veteran player to lead the team, with defenders Arin King and

‘Tranquil’ triple crown for Mohammed
SHENELLE MOHAMMED captured her third title from as many events when the Shell Tranquillity Open Tennis Tournament ended yesterday at the club’s courts on Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain. The 26-year-old com­pleted the job in tandem with Akiel Duke in one of four finals on the last day.

Trinidad and Tobago’s World Cup football qualifying campaign is back on track. Last night, an only half-full house saw Kevin Molino’s first-half goal give the national football team a 1-0 win over visiting Panama in a CONCACAF zone FIFA World Cup qualifier at Hasely Crawford stadium, Por

Red Force, Scorpions share opening day honours
The Jamaica Scorpions were aggressive and the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, tentative. However, both teams struggled for runs on the opening day of their regional four-day encounter at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, yesterday. Sent in to bat, the Scorpions were dismissed for 201. It could

Carter ties for NCAA silver*
Top Trinidad and Tobago swimmer Dylan Carter splashed his way to a joint silver medal in the Men’s 200 yard freestyle at the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana last night. Carter, who posted the third fastest time in the history of the 200 ya

Up to the challenge
Trinidad and Tobago senior men’s hockey team skipper Darren Cowie says the players are experiencing a nice balance of emotions as they approach their FIH (International Hockey Federation) Men’s World League Round 2 campaign opener against Russia today. When the match gets underway at 8 p