Trinbago Knight Riders’ (TKR) dream of vying for a historic hat-trick of Caribbean Premier League (CPL) titles were shattered mainly in part by Player of the Match Ashley Nurse and Raymon Reifer, who both scored 24 not out and captured two wickets apiece to lead Barbados Tridents to victory by 12 runs in the tournament’s second qualification.

The pair came together with the innings precariously placed at 112-6 with the fall of Shai Hope’s wicket in the 18th over, after Tridents were asked to bat first at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba on Wednesday. And they added an unbeaten 48 off 14 balls, smashing five massive sixes between them to push Tridents to a decent total of 160/6.


Trinidad and Tobago senior men’s national team goalkeeper Adrian Foncette is happy to be on a football field again, after three months of inactivity due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has to date infected over 11 million and killed another half a million persons worldwide.

Getting nowhere so far with world governing body FIFA, embattled Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president William Wallace is appreciative of Government’s willingness to assist in ending the current impasse.

Participants in major upcoming sports events in England will be exempt from travel quarantine rules, Britain’s Culture Secretary has said.

The British government announced on Friday that it would end the 14-day coronavirus quarantine for people arriving in England from more than 50 countries, including Germany, France, Spain and Italy -- but not the United States.

Trinidad and Tobago international Samantha Wallace is in full support of the Super Shot, a new innovation which will be in effect when Australia’s Suncorp Netball Super League kick off its 2020 season on August 1.

Former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke has criticised the aggressive attitude of former team-mate Roy Keane with regard to his analysis.

The ex-Republic of Ireland midfielder recently hit the headlines as he suggested that he would be “swinging punches” at Red Devils goalkeeper David de Gea after a recent error that cost his side a goal against Tottenham.