Ahkeela Mollon

LEADS WOLF LEAGUE WITH 17 GOALS: Ahkeela Mollon, right, in action for Trinidad and Tobago.

AHKEELA MOLLON scored a hattrick as Club Sando moved back to the top of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (WoLF) competition with a 6-1 win over previous leaders Queen’s Park on Saturday at St Anthony’s College ground, Westmoorings.

Mollon moved to 17 goals, one past QPCC’s Afiyah Cornwall at the top of the goal-scoring table, after Cornwall failed to score during Saturday’s meeting between the top two teams. However, Kaylor Taylor scored two of Club Sando’s goals to take her season tally to 11, and Khadidra Debesette got the other.

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Senior national team midfielder Janine “Jan” Francois got the lone goal for the underachieving Parkites ladies who dropped to third spot, two points adrift of leaders Club Sando (22 points) following their biggest defeat of the season.


A staggering batting collapse in yesterday’s penultimate day saw beleaguered West Indies bundled out for their sixth lowest-ever total against India, as they crashed to a humiliating 318-run defeat in the opening Test and fall behind in the two-match series.

TRINIDAD and Tobago will be represented by a massive contingent of 30 players in the regional junior events of the Caribbean Regional Badminton Confederation (CAREBACO) Championship. Andrew Babwah is the only top seed from the lot and last year’s silver-medallist has received a bye into the quarter-finals of the Under-11 division.

KALE Dalla Costa captured his third COTECC (Central American and Caribbean Tennis Confederation) Under-12 double crown for the season when the curtain fell on the Summer Bowl Junior Tournament on Saturday at St Augustine Club, McCarthy Street, St Augustine.

Leaders Defence Force maintained their slim one-point lead in the Ascension Invitational football tournament with a 3-1 win over Police FC on Saturday. Meanwhile, fellow Pro League outfit Morvant Caledonia AIA stayed on their heels with a 5-1 win over Matura ReUnited.

What do you say about a performance like that…something that hasn’t been said already? At least England had a second innings to rescue themselves after being routed for 67 in the first innings of the latest Ashes Test at Headingley, and they did so astonishingly courtesy of a memorable unbeaten hundred by Ben Stokes – and a few outrageous strokes of luck – in a record last-wicket partnership with Jack Leach to square the series with two matches to play.

WEST INDIES lacked penetration in the final session and Ajinkya Rahane and captain Virat Koh…