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Central FC only ended the 2017 Caribbean Club Football Championship in fourth spot after a 5-4 spot kick defeat to Jamaica’s Portmore United yesterday evening at the Hasely Crawford stadium. The match ended in a dramatic 2-2 draw after the first 90 minutes and produced no further goals after 3

Ahye snares Jamaica silver*
Michelle-Lee Ahye produced a fine run at the Jamaica International Invitational IAAF World Challenge meet in Kingston, Jamaica, on Saturday night. The Trinidad and Tobago track star seized silver in the women’s 100 metres dash, missing out on gold by the narrowest of margins.

QPCC get closer to Premier Division title*
Queen’s Park Cricket Club took another step towards clinching their third straight Premier Division One three-day title despite being held to a draw against Tableland Sports in Tableland in the penultimate round of the 2017 competition, yesterday. The Parkites, who started their game on Saturd

Pollard, Simmons are IPL champs*
West Indies stars Kieron Pollard and Lendl Simmons both had muted roles but Mumbai Indians clinched their third Indian Premier League title by beating Rising Pune Supergiant by one run in a last-ball thriller yesterday. Limited to 129 for eight off their 20 overs after opting to bat first at the Raj

These things happen
Now is the real test of strength for Shannon Gabriel. For all of the fast bowler’s powerful physique, it is mental fortitude and a sense of perspective which will see him through these difficult times in the aftermath of the swipe that handed Pakistan an historic series-clinching victory with

Roopnarine, Spicer in the spotlight*
ARUN ROOPNARINE and the red-hot Catherine Spicer are favoured to win the trials at Sports & Physical Education Centre (SPEC) of the St Augustine campus of The University of the West Indies (UWI) from 5 p.m. today to fly the red, white and black flag in table tennis at the World University Games.

Bostock is French Div 2 top player*
RC LENS’ would-be Trinidad and Tobago midfielder John Bostock won the award for Ligue 2 Player of the Year at the end of season awards in France last week. Thirty-year-old Uruguay and Monaco striker Edinson Cavani picked up the Ligue 1 award for his career-best 35 goals this season. Ligue 1 le

Warriors take down Glamorgan again*
ANY hopes Glamorgan harboured of sweeping the four titles in the FLOW National Volleyball Chamionships were dashed at the second hurdle yesterday at the Jean Pierre Complex. The country’s most powerful club reached all four finals and began the day by capturing the women’s B division tit

Denoon does sprint double; NJCAA 100 hurdles gold for Parris*
Zakiya Denoon secured the women’s sprint double for Monroe College on the third and final day of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Kansas, USA, yesterday. Denoon grabbed gold in the women’s 100 metres dash, the Trinidad and

Serville Shines
Rae-Anne Serville made light work of the opposition in the NAAA Sunshine Development Meet women’s 400 metres at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, late on Friday. Just 15, Serville opted to skip the girls’ under-18 one-lap and compete instead in the open event. Yet, there were