Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Top Sports Story

Pure Energy stun defending champs Barric Boys

Pure Energy continued their giant killing act in the Tobago Zonal Basketball Commission League Championship tournament when they added the defending champions, Barric Boys to their list, having already beaten season campaigners Uprising and Hill Bouncers. Playing at the Shaw Park basketball court last Thursday, the upstarts stunned Barric Boys with a workman-like victory at 60-57 to spoil Barric Boys unbeaten run and preserve their own. Read more »


Crusoe Isle players represent in Catch National Junior Championship

Players from the Crusoe Isle tennis club participated in the recently concluded Catch National Junior Championship at Eddie Taylor Public Courts, King George V Park, St. Clair. Twenty-three players from the sister isle participated at the annual event. It was not a good tournament for the youngsters who have been a force in these tournaments in recent years. Read More »

Richards and Alfred win golf tournament

The Meadow Golf tournament hosted by the Tobago Junior Golf Academy was fairly successful according to the Academy’s president Fitz Neptune. It attracted a field of 45 golfers. The tournament was hosted at the Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort, Lowlands on April 12, 13. Emerging champions in the professional category was Trinidadian Chris Richards who was the most consistent golfer in the 36-hole tournament. He shot 72 net on both days to accumulate 144 that gave him the title. Read More »

Tobago U-17 and 19 teams humbled

Tobago Under 17 and 19 teams were outclassed in their recently played matches against East in the BGTT Inter Zone Youth Tournament. Both teams lost to East but the Under 19s drew their second game against North but lost on first inning. Read More »

Nedd takes 3 for 34 in Caldrac’s upset win against PowerGen

Caldrac, the team of Tobago’s Ancil Nedd registered an upset victory against the defending champions, Power Gen in the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board Premier division T20 Cricket tournament, last week. The game was played at California in Trinidad. Batting first, Caldrac totaled a challenging 174 for 6 in their allotted 20 overs. Caldrac had good contributions from Sharmath Brooks who scored 42 runs, Mark Deyal with 36 and Allen Lauret with 22. Read More »

Good response to Digicel Kick Start football clinic

Scores of young aspiring footballers converged on the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago all vying for a coveted place in the Digicel Kick Start Clinic. The pre-selection, which was facilitated by Bernard Allum from the Tobago Football Association, began at 9 a.m. on April 16. The Tobago selectees will join their Trinidad counterparts in Trinidad for the final selection of three players to attend the Academy in Barbados Read More »

Watering Posse lose in All Fours Round of 32

None of the three Tobago teams that participated in the International All Fours tournament that culminated in Trinidad recently were among the prize winners in the 64- team tournament. Read More »


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