The Barrackpore community came out in their numbers, at the Barrackpore Recreation Ground, to show their love for West Indies legends as the older generation of cricketers rolled back the hands of time, along with current and future stars as they ... Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 5 days ago
Batting legend Brian Lara still has what it takes to decimate a bowling attack even at 47 years old. The iconic left-hander put on a spectacle for fans at the Barrackpore Recreation Ground yesterday with a sensational knock of 67 off 24 balls to ...Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 1 week ago
THE EXECUTIVE of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TT CB) yesterday gave a further commitment to a High Court judge in San Fernando, that executive elections would not be held until hearing and determination of the lawsuit filed against it. ...Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 1 month ago
Inspired by the abject failure of the revamped EFL Trophy, we take a look at half a dozen other competitions with obvious shortcomings 1) XFL In 2000, WWE supremo Vince McMahon announced the launch of a new league to rival the NFL: the XFL. It ...The Guardian, 1 month ago
The Alescon Comets Sports Club changed its president on Sunday at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) held at Pierre Road, Charlieville. The 88-yearold club elected a new president, Dayanand Jagroop, after his predecessor Dinanath Ramnarine decided ...Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 1 month ago
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