Kevon Alexander

TOP PERFORMER: Kevon Alexander.

LEFT-ARM spinner Kevon Alexander returned record-breaking figures of 15 wickets for 104 runs over the weekend playing for Esmeralda Sports Club in the Central Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board competition.

His match haul included all ten wickets in Lange Park’s innings which is believed to the first time this incredible feat has been achieved in local Senior Division cricket.

The lanky Alexander was virtually unplayable with his mesmerising orthodox spin as he swept up ten wickets for 44 runs in 13.2 overs with four maidens as Lange Park fell for 114 all out.

And when Lange Park batted in their second innings in reply to Esmeralda’s 250 for eight declared, Alexander sliced through their batting again claiming five for 60 in 15 overs.

Alexander’s heroics with the ball helped Esmeralda to take a 17-run victory in the opening round of the top Central Zone competition.

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

Will Trinidad and Tobago be suspended from world football today? United TTFA spokesman Keith Look Loy has his doubts, and so does a local football constitution expert.

The Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (SporTT), this week handed over the long-awaited Aranjuez Savannah pavilion. Residents of the area now have access to enhanced facilities.

UNITED TTFA has been lumped with previous administrations for its work in the four months it was in charge of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.

David John-Williams has threatened to sue Guardian Media Limited and its reporter Mark Bassant.

The former Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president yesterday issued a press release in which he threatened legal action and also promised to clear himself of allegations made in a CNC3 documentary. The W Connection Football Club owner defended himself and stated that accusations made in Bassant’s report were false.

“When I eventually came off the plane and felt that hot sun on my skin, I said ‘Yes! Ah home’.”

Che Richards finally touched down at Piarco International Airport on Sunday, a couple months after graduating from the University of Edinburgh, in Scotland, with an LLB Hons degree.