Daily Express Sport Filler#2

Nearly a year after the announcement that the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) won the bid to host the 2019 Carifta Aquatics Championships, the local body is now running the risk of losing the Games if they do not supply certain logistical information to the Carifta Congress in 30 days.

The mandate was handed down at the Carifta Congress, an annual meeting of delegates from the 24 Caribbean countries that compete at the regional games, on Tuesday, the final day of the 2018 Carifta Aquatics Championships in Jamaica.

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“Please explain why the TTFA membership should retain you as president, when you admitted freely in the press that you signed multi-million-dollar contracts, in excess of amounts approved by of the Board of Directors.”

That is how former West Indies opening batsman Philo Wallace described the West Indies Test team for the upcoming tour of New Zealand while speaking on the Mason and Guest radio programmed in Barbados on Tuesday.

“I thought it was a good start, it wasn’t stellar by any means”

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A very ambitious young man, Jacob was due to travel to Arkansas, United States in September to take up a partial scholarship at Lyon College.

One of the most effective tools that can be employed by teachers is setting a fine example. Very often, the students involved are inspired, to the point that the course of their lives are changed. One such student is Arlon Morrison.