Nathaniel Babour

HUSTLED: Malick Secondary captain Nathaniel Babour, left, sets up to play the ball before St Mary’s national U16 player Abdul Qudoos Hypolite can close him down during their SSFL Premier Division match at St Mary’s Ground in St Clair on Wednesday. The ‘Saints’ won 2-1. —Photo: STEPHEN DOOBAY

With their nearest challengers on a bye, Naparima College will be aiming to consolidate their lead atop the Premier Division of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League when round six is played today.

Presentation College will sit out the round, so “Naps” have the chance to stretch their lead to at least three points when they go to Siparia to face fellow South Zone team Pleasantville Secondary.


SONNY WILLIAMS and Farid Youssef came from behind to capture the veterans’ doubles crown when the 2020 Shell Tranquillity Open Tennis Tournament continued yesterday at the club’s courts, Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain.

A full-strength, star-studded Trinidad and Tobago Red Force squad will take the field in the Cricket West Indies Super50 Cup next month in Antigua as the franchise looks to clinch their first piece of silverware since winning back-to-back titles in 2015 and 2016.

Over 75 coaches from all over the globe have applied be the head coach of the local women’s programme, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Director of Women’s Football Jinelle James has said.

West Indies vice-captain Sunil Ambris said that the revelation of a positive Covid-19 test within the camp came as a shock and while it is an unfortunate situation, he insisted that the team is thinking ahead and is focused on the upcoming three-match ODI series against hosts Bangladesh, starting Wednesday.

The Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) announced Thursday the postponement of the Junior Pan American Championships to August 19-26.

Host country Chile’s struggles with the Covid-19 virus have been well-documented in the lead- up to that tournament, previously scheduled to flick off from April 12-26.

West Indies fast bowling legend Sir Andy Roberts has aimed a bouncer at Cricket West Indies, saying it is not doing enough to develop cricket in the Caribbean. He says the professional franchise system is failing.