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COMBINE and Sobo were the only two teams to register victories in the second round of games in the Lambeau Community Football League which is hosted at the Lambeau Recreational Facility.

Georgia Football League launch postponed

Written by Sunday, 22 March 2015 05:52

The Georgia annual Football League that was scheduled to be launch at the River Bank Oval, Mt St George today ( Sunday) has been postponed because of circumstances beyond the control of the Tournament committee.

Marquise and Malik Nelson and Ornella Walker were the only members from the YMCA Aqua Warriors who returned home with medals from the recently hosted National Five-day Long Course Swim Meet. The event was staged at the Flying Fish Swimming Pool.

PARADISE Hockey Club, the only hockey club on the island struggled in their first appearance in the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board 2015 League Championships Divisional Tournament at the Courland Recreation Ground, Black Rock losing three out of the four games they played last Saturday.

Chief Sec. pays tribute to the late Alloy Lequay

UTT second string netball team which is competing in the Courts All Sectors Netball League have won the League Championship and knock-out titles in the Alternative division and like their senior team they will be hoping to complete the season unbeaten.

Splendidly attired in red and white outfits and white socks and sneakers, Patience Hill Government wooed the judges’ heart to capture the march pass title at the launch of the Tobago Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Primary Schools Netball Association 2015 season.

The Carnbee/Mt Pleasant Village Council Committee headed by Henry Smith has added another innovation to their very popular annual Easter Monday Sports Meeting.

Akeil Duke again faltered at the final stage when he lost to Richard Chung in the final of the Tranquility Open Tennis Tournament. The event was hosted at the club’s court, Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain.

Secondary School netballers will celebrate their success for the 2014 season of the bpTT Tobago Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Secondary Schools Association which was completed last term on Tuesday.

Speyside High School registered a convincing victory against neighbours Roxborough Secondary in the Tobago Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Secondary Schools Cricket Association League Championship Tournament to cement their second place position.

Tabletoppers, Central FC and reigning champions, DIRECTV W Connection, which both registered comfortable wins last Tuesday maintained their healthy lead on the standings on the rest of the pack after Round Three Match Day Four in the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League.

Charlotteville Unifiers lifted themselves off the bottom of the Tobago Cricket Association Two-day League Championships standings with an innings and three runs victory over Roxborough Playboys at home in Charlotteville at the Charlotteville Recreation Ground.

Charlotteville Unifiers lifted themselves off the bottom of the Tobago Cricket Association Two-day League Championships standings with an innings and three runs victory over Roxborough Playboys at home in Charlotteville at the Charlotteville Recreation Ground.

THA Netballers enjoyed their first victory in the All Sectors Netball League when they defeated Police in a semifinal match-up in the Steve Sargeant Challenge knockout in a thriller at 22-21, but their joys were shortlived as later in the day they wre blown away by the unbeten UTT 31-9 in the final.

Duke advance to semis in Tranquility Open

Written by Sunday, 15 March 2015 04:11

Tobago’s Akiel Duke who now competes under the UTT banner is the only one  of four Tobago players who competed in the Tranquility Open Tennis Championship to advance to the semifinal.

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