THE aggregate score between the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) and world football’s governing body FIFA now stands at 1-1.
Ex-West Indies fast bowler Tony Gray has criticised the selection of Keemo Paul in the Test squad for New Zealand, contending the all-rounder should have been replace…
Embattled West Indies opener John Campbell says he has put the torrid tour of England behind him but is braced for a similarly difficult challenge on the upcoming tou…
Sam Curran’s first fifty for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) failed to stave off a humiliating 10-wicket mauling at the hands of table-topping Mumbai Indians yesterday in Sharjah.
That is how former West Indies opening batsman Philo Wallace described the West Indies Test team for the upcoming tour of New Zealand while speaking on the Mason and Guest radio programmed in Barbados on Tuesday.
“Please explain why the TTFA membership should retain you as president, when you admitted freely in the press that you signed multi-million-dollar contracts, in excess of amounts approved by of the Board of Directors.”
“I thought it was a good start, it wasn’t stellar by any means”
Top Trinidad and Tobago swimmer Dylan Carter will be looking to improve when his LA Currents team tackle their second match in the International Swimming League (ISL) (25-metre course) tomorrow morning.
Ronaldo Jacob has overcome many hurdles in his quest to pursue his football dreams.
A very ambitious young man, Jacob was due to travel to Arkansas, United States in September to take up a partial scholarship at Lyon College.