THERE will no all-Trinidad and Tobago final in the Sub-Region 4 Under-16 Mixed Team Tennis Championship today at National Racquet Centre in Tacarigua.

This country’s No. 1 team rolled into the title match yesterday but the No. 2s went down 2-1 against Barbados in the other semifinal. With the fixture deadlocked at one-all, Barbadians Chloe Weekes and Stephen Slocombe defeated Isabel Abraham and Sebastian Sylvester 6-4, 6-3 in the deciding mixed doubles match.

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