Garth Wattley

Trinidad and Tobago’s elite cyclists leave today en route to Hong Kong for the first of three World Cup events, crucial to their bid for Olympic qualification, with a timely $1million boost.

“That’s the Tanti Merle stuff I heard about growing up as a boy,” said Trinidad and Tobago Red Force coach Mervyn Dillon following his side’s …

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West Indies’ satisfaction with winning their first One-Day series in five years has been tempered by the news that Nicholas Pooran has been fo…

Unbeaten in Zone B and not pushed in their first two matches, the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force will be wary of not dropping their guard against the West Indies Emerging Players who they face today at the Queen’s Park Oval when the Colonial Medical Assurance Super50 Cup continues.

The year 2019 has been one of renaissance for Lendl Simmons. He began it as one of West Indies cricket’s forgotten men, but is ending it as a …

It’s a case of who blinks first from this point on for the top three teams in the Premier Division title race. Leaders and defending champions Naparima College have been their usual steady, unbeatable selves thus far. And with two rounds of matches left to go in the Secondary Schools Football League’s top competition, it will be a matter of whether “Naps” can hold their nerve.

The big battle in the south ended with no real casualties. But St Mary’s turned out to be the first victims in the Premier Division of the Sec…

Official confirmation is yet to come but cycling officials are already hailing Teniel Campbell’s historic qualification for next year’s Tokyo Olympic Games. The deadline for qualification for the road events has now passed. 

It could be do or die for St Anthony’s College and opportunity lost for Presentation College San Fernando after play this afternoon in the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League. Or the championship battle could become hotter than ever.

Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo were among a host of white ball stars who were ignored in the draft for cricket’s brand new competition The Hundred, yesterday. However, fellow West Indians Andre Russell and Sunil Narine went for top dollar, while Fabian Allen and Ravi Rampaul were the only other West Indians to be picked up.

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