Waterpolo

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JAMAICA, hosts of the 2018 March 14-18 Carifta Water Polo Championships and the March 29-April 4 Carifta Swimming & Open Water Championships, are still open to accepting Team TTO in the water polo tournament less than one week away.

Contacted yesterday, chairman of the 2018 Carifta organising committee Brian James said he hoped ASATT could work out whatever issues they have and still name a team for the Jamaica tour.

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