Test all-rounder Raymon Reifer and West Indies limited overs speedster Keemo Paul are among 10 players named by Cricket West Indies to be part of a fast-bowling camp, starting in Antigua on Monday.

The 26-year-old Reifer played his lone Test in New Zealand last December while Paul, who only turned 20 in February, burst onto the scene this year and has since played four One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20s.

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After a day and a half of “intense discussion,” lead selector Roger Harper, fellow selector Miles Bascombe and new coach Phil Simmons gave fresh life to the international career of Lendl Simmons, rewarded Brandon King and Hayden Walsh Jr for performance and put Darren Bravo’s West Indies future on hold when they picked their first teams to face Afghanistan next month.

HAVING only recently landed the Ministry of Sports Youth Leadership community group award, Nyron Jones heads to Wales this weekend in search of further knowledge.

ARUN ROOPNARINE has reached the top of the national senior table tennis rankings for the very first time. The 22-year-old moved to No. 1 after being edged in the deciding fifth game to Shermar Britton in a classic final of the Trinbago Open Tournament just over a week ago at National Racquet Centre.

WILLIAM WALLACE, the Trinidad and Tobago men’s national team manager under former head-coach Stephen Hart, has been chosen as the United TTFA candidate to challenge incumbent David John-Williams at next month’s Trinidad and Tobago Football Association election.

With five games remaining for them each, times are getting desperate for both St Benedict’s College and Trinity College Moka. So when the two teams above cellar-placed St Mary’s College in the standings meet this afternoon in Premier Division action, three points will be like gold.