LEON CASSIE and Vance Juteram failed to get into the medal round when the international open events of the Caribbean Regional Badminton Confederation (CAREBACO) Championship continued Thursday night in Barbados.

After a three-set victory in the first round the night before, the Trinidad and Tobago players were beaten 21-13, 21-10 in the quarter-finals by Barbadians Corey Fanus and Bradley Pilgrim, who had also taken out a pair from this country—Richard Ramjattan and Revel Jaggessar—at the first hurdle.

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Trinidad and Tobago Pro League clubs have gotten their government subventions at last but two clubs have been left in the cold, and Brent Sancho has had enough.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Derbyshire fast-bowler Ravi Rampaul missed out on a hat-trick in England’s Specsavers County Championship yesterday but his efforts were in vain as his team suffered their sixth loss in 12 outings and remain 10th in the 12-team Division Two table.

“We want people to come out and see some top class cycling at the NCC (National Cycling Centre): Trinidad and Tobago versus the Rest of the World.” Desmond Roberts, head of the organising committee for the UNI-sanctioned Per­fec­tion Ser­vices Lim­it­ed (PSL) Fire On Wheels event that pedals off in Balmain, Couva over the next two days, was making his pitch.

DERRON DOUGLAS took down his nemesis in two finals as the curtain fell on the Solo National Junior Table Tennis Championship last weekend at National Racquet Centre, Orange Grove Main Road, Tacarigua.

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