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LAST weekend, the St Joseph's Convent Port-of-Spain Chess Club hosted the second edition of its Secondary Schools Chess Championship. The tournament featured 50 players from 13 secondary schools across TT competing at the St Mary's College Centenary Hall. The participating schools included St...
MIC Tigers improved from last year’s runners-up league finish, winning the Courts All Sectors Netball League Alternative Division outright Monday with a match to spare. MIC Tigers did it in style, mauling Las Lomas Academy 41-13 at the Eastern Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Tacarigua. The...
TT have been given automatic qualification into the final round of the CONCACAF Under 17 Men’s Championship, which serves as World Cup qualification for the 2019 FIFA Under 17 Men’s World Cup in Peru. TT have been placed in Group E alongside defending champions Mexico, Jamaica and...
FIVE Rivers began their challenge of the TT East Zone Secondary Schools Basketball League yesterday with a confidence-boosting 46-8 win over league debutants Arima Central Secondary in the Under-17 division’s Group B. At the Maloney Indoor Complex, Blessings Brewster and Jovon Boyce each...
MINISTER OF WORKS AND TRANSPORT Rohan Sinanan yesterday announced that all 20 residents affected by the building of the Curepe Interchange have agreed to move from their homes, granting the government access to the land where the interchange will be built. Sinnanan yesterday thanked the residents...
EVEN as police identified a man who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Vistabella yesterday, the search continued up to last evening for the killers as well as the driver of the car in which the victim was shot. The deceased has been identified as Lyndon Beharry of Ojoe Road, Sangre Grande....
BLISTERING solo runs from wing player Arissa Romany and Karyce Baptiste on either side of the half, both of which were clinically converted by Anna-Lee Luces, were more than enough to ensure a comfortable 14-3 victory for Bishop Anstey High against impressive debutants San Juan North in the School...
THE TT Red Force will look to bounce back from a heartbreaking loss to Barbados Pride when they play Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the West Indies Four-Day Championships at Warner Park in St Kitts, from 10 am today. Red Force seemed set for victory after declaring on 247 for six in the second...
ALREADY having their programmes disrupted by Carnival activities, sporting organisations which call Skinner Park, San Fernando their home will have to move out on Ash Wednesday. The organisations have been issued with a letter from CEO of the San Fernando City Corporation Indarjit Singh informing...
THE Trinidad and Tobago Rugby Football Union (TTRFU), given its limited resources and the uncertainty of the release of funding from government, has earmarked just four events in which the various national teams will compete in this year. All four events are scheduled for July. The tournaments...

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