Karyn Forbes

(flashback)Trinidad and Tobago women’s coach Stephan De Four and captain Karyn Forbes field questions on the Soca Princesses’ roster for the Japan 2020 Olympics Caribbean Zone qualifying series at Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva yesterday .

Expect aggressive and dominant football when the Trinidad and Tobago women take on Caribbean opponents in the Concacaf Caribbean Group A Olympic Women’s qualifiers, to be held at Ato Boldon stadium from September 30-October 8.

“I like to win,” new national women’s team head coach Stephan De Four declared yesterday as he gave a hint of what fans can expect while speaking at a media conference at the Ato Boldon Stadium to announce the final 20-player roster.

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Naparima College are quickly disappearing from sight but both St Anthony’s and Presentation College San Fernando have the chance today to narrow the gap at the top of the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League. 

CATHERINE SPICER has dropped to fourth in the national table tennis rankings after missing the Trinbago Open Tournament two weeks ago at National Racquet Centre, Orange Grove Main Road, Tacarigua.

Top Team TTO swimmer Dylan Carter will make his International Swimming League (ISL) campaign debut today when the two-day competition splashes off in Lewisville, Texas.

The top five finishers in last year’s First Citizens UWI SPEC International Half-Marathon are expected to be back in action in the 2019 edition of the 13.1-mile race, scheduled to start at 5am tomorrow outside the UWI SPEC indoor facility, in St Augustine.

New West Indies lead selector Roger Harper says next month’s one-off Test match against Afghanistan will be one of the “most important” the West Indies will play going forward.

LOCAL PROFESSIONAL football will not kick-off today as planned. The new season will instead get under way in a week’s time with the kick-off of the 2019 edition of the popular First Citizens Cup. “This weekend was supposed to be the Charity Shield. But we decided to do it in a different format, hence we do not play this weekend,” acting chairman and Central FC owner, Brent Sancho, stated yesterday.