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‘QUICK’ DEATH*
Trinidad and Tobago Red Force chairman of selectors Raphick Jumadeen says the art of fast-bowling is dying a slow death in T&T and is urging the local cricketing fraternity to do something about it. Looking back at the Red Force campaign in the Regional Four-Day championship, Jumadeen said while he

Holder shines on gloomy day*
Captain Jason Holder struck his fifth Test half-century but only 69 balls were possible as rain wrecked the second day of the opening Test between West Indies and Pakistan yesterday. When heavy rain brought an abrupt end to the already truncated day’s play at 3:05 pm (4:05 Eastern Caribbean ti

Lawrence picks 24 for training
The Trinidad and Tobago senior football team will return to training tomorrow to start preparing for Saturday’s international friendly against Grenada in St George’s. The match will serve as part of the national team’s build-up for the two 2018 World Cup qualifiers against the Unit

Tales from Sabina*
“I remember even seeing ice-skating there,” recalls Donovan Davis, former track & field coach at Kingston College High School (KC), on being asked about Sabina Park. And, “I remember when Pat Rousseau put-on a benefit match for Clive Lloyd at Sabina. He brought down a man with a j

BRAVO SUES*
The impasse between Darren Bravo and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) took a surprise twist yesterday when Bravo initiated legal action against the WICB, claiming loss of earnings after he was sent home from the series against Zimbabwe in November last year following a controversial tweet direct

Windies rally after early setback
Pakistan paceman Mohammad Abbas took a wicket with his second ball in Test cricket as the tourists made headway early on the first day of the first Test at Sabina Park before West Indies recovered to close at 244-7 in Jamaica, yesterday. West Indies were reeling at 71 for five at one point after an

T&T in medal hunt
Trinidad and Tobago will have the opportunity to earn two medals on day one of the IAAF World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas, tonight. But first, the women’s 4x200 metres and men’s 4x100m teams must successfully negotiate their heats. The qualifying round of the women’s 4x2 event is sch

CONCACAF sues two ex-officials charged in FIFA bribery scandal*
North America’s soccer federation has filed a lawsuit claiming it was victimised by two defendants charged in the FIFA bribery scandal. In papers filed earlier this week in federal court in Brooklyn, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) acc