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RUNS FOR SKIPPER: West Indies captain Kimani Melius scored 65 against Nigeria yesterday at the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Kimberley, So…

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TOOK FOUR JAGUARS WICKETS: Off-spinner Bryan Charles opened the bowling for Red Force

Captain Kimani Melius and Matthew Patrick struck half-centuries as West Indies crushed hapless Nigeria by 246 runs to storm into the quarter-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup with an unbeaten record yesterday.

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ANTICIPATED FIRST-ROUND PICK: T&T-born South Carolina’s Javon Kinlaw during practice for the Senior Bowl on Wednesday in Mobile, Alabama. …

Trinidad and Tobago’s girls were beaten for the final place on the podium when the North/Central America & Caribbean Pre-qualifying Tournament for the World Junior Tennis Competition concluded yesterday in Dominican Republic.

AFTER being held to two successive low-scoring draws, Defence Force rediscovered their scoring touch and registered a 3-2 win over Tiger Tanks Club Sando on Wednesday night to solidify their position atop the TT Pro League points table.

Off-spinner Bryan Charles was the pick of the bowlers for the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on a long and grinding opening day of their third-round West Indies Championship match against defending champions Guyana Jaguars at the Guyana National Stadium yesterday.

Trinidad-born Javon Kinlaw is on his way to becoming a first-round pick in the 2020 US National Football League (NFL) draft. The 22-year-old former South Carolina Gamecocks’ defensive tackle has made a name for himself in the world of American football and is credited with having a performance that goes beyond statistics.