TRINIDAD and Tobago placed fourth overall in the recent CASA (Caribbean Area Squash Association) Championship in Guyana. The hosts secured the prestigious overall title by sweeping both team events, while women’s runners-up Barbados placed second and Cayman Islands were third.

T&T women’s team, consisting of Charlotte Knaggs, Alexandria Yearwood, Jamie Leigh Edghill, Marie Claire Barcant and Amy Gillezeau, ended up fourth of the six participating teams in the straight round-robin event. The 2009 champions were swept 5-0 by both Guyana and Cayman Islands and also went down 4-1 against Barbados, but took down Bermuda 4-0 and British Virgin Islands 5-0.

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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTFRA) has said that it “condemns in the strongest terms the attack on the officials officiating the Morvant-Caledonia AIA vs Defence Force match played on Wednesday 18th September 2019.”

HE HAS not made a definitive decision, but David John-Williams has hinted he may not contest a second term as Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president when elections are held in November.

CHELSEA FONG, Derron Douglas and Chloe Fraser are expected to be in the spotlight when the Trinbago Open Junior Table Tennis Tournament serves off today at National at National Racquet Centre, Orange Grove Main Road, Tacarigua.

NINE players captured two titles in the Solo Junior Badminton Tournament last week Saturday at the National Racquet Centre, Taca­rigua. And the list contains three players from the under-11 division—Ali­yah Urquhart, Andrew Babwah and Edward Ramcharan—as well as three—T’Shelle Barnes, Aditya Maharaj and Jace Smith—for the under-13 cate­gory and Zion St Rose, Janiah Boodoosingh and Travis Sinanan.