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Sunday, April 20, 2014

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Cougars dominate relays at Falcon Games in Trinidad

Cougars juvenile sprinters dominated the relays at the end of the first day of the 13th annual Falcon Games at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, last Saturday. Host Falcon Athletic Club could only manage a third place in the Under 18 boys and Tobago’s top club, Zenith finished second in the Mixed Under 16. Read more »

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Saul gives creditable showing for National Golf team

Joanni Saul, a protégé of the Jane Young Golf Academy was the lone Tobago youth golfer on the National Junior team that represented the Caribbean in the recently concluded Toyota World Junior Team Golf Championship Qualifiers. Read More »

C&B, Sport Elite make winning start

Players of the various clubs participating in the Tobago Cricket Association competition discarded their 'whites' for coloured clothing as the 40 Over Tournament commenced last weekend. Teams are competing in two groups with the top four teams in each group advancing to the quarter-final rounds. Read More »

TTFA to expand Super League Demoted clubs to get reprieve

The National Super League is set to be expanded. This decision was made at the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s executive committee meeting, recently. As a result, the 13 clubs that participated in the last edition of the bmobile sponsored National Super League will be invited to participate in an expanded Super League in 2014. Read More »

Eight Tobagonians in National 14-member tennis team

Eight Tobago players are in the Trinidad and Tobago Table Tennis 14-member team that is coached by Dexter Abbott, tennis coach attached to the THA Sports Department. They are Benoni Daniel, Joshua Maxwell, Korren Welch, Jakeem Welch, the multi-talented Jasher De Ganners, Shanekah Johnson, Shaquille Mitchell and Monique Cooper. Read More »

Turner finishes second in National Duathlon

One of Tobago’s top road runners, Falcons Elvis Turner seems to be making a smooth transition to the duathlon event from road running. Turner told the Tobago News that he is probably leaning towards focusing all his energies for the duathlon event in the future, but he will make his final commitment after he participates in two or three more events. Read More »

Carifta National team in Martinique

The Carifta Games will commence on Saturday and culminate on Monday in Martinique. 15 Tobago athletes and two officials in Durly Lucas and Wade Franklyn are in the National team contingent. The CARIFTA team showcased their talent in last weekend’s Falcon Games that was held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. It was their last meet before the Games. Jamaica is favoured to retain their title but they should get a strong challenge from the Trinidad and Tobago and the Bahamas contingents. Read More »

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