CAMERON WONG became the only player to retain a singles title and her brother Ethan produced a major shock on the penultimate day of the Catch National Junior Tennis Championships yesterday, at National Racquet Centre, Orange Grove Main Road, Tacarigua.

In a re-match of last year’s final, Cameron, marched past Jordane Dookie 4-0, 4-1 to keep her under-12 crown. However, last year’s Under-12 runner-up in both singles and doubles in the ITF (International Tennis Federation) Trinity Cup and Caribbean Junior Invitational was later beaten 6-2, 6-1 in the U-14 semi-finals by Isabel Abraham.

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THE burden on national team head coach Dennis Lawrence probably became a bit heavier last night after Trinidad and Tobago fell to a 2-0 defeat to Honduras in their Concacaf Nations League match at Hasely Crawford Stadium.

TRINIDAD and Tobago predictably finished at the bottom of Group B when the round-robin group stage of the NORCECA Women’s Continental Volleyball Cup ended yesterday in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

THREE Trinidad and Tobago players won medals at the recently concluded Central American and Caribbean Chess Festival in Honduras. Kyan Muradali, the national Under-8 champion from Sevilla Private Primary School, scored seven out of nine points and earned a silver medal in the Under-8 Absolute category, a result that makes him eligible for the Candidate Master (CM) title.

New Zealand cyclist Joel Yates used his Heatwave Cycling Club teamwork to win his debut Beacon 35-lap main event when the eighth edition of the Beacon Cycling on D Avenue pedalled off Wednesday night on Ariapita Avenue in Woodbrook.