The TT motor racing fraternity is over the moon right now, after the local squad returned home as back to back champions in CMRC.
They don't meet that often, but whenever they do, there is no love lost on the pitch as players from both teams battle each other hard for their respective countries, and more of the same is expected tonight when the Guyana outfit battles the new-look TT Warriors from 7:30 at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
La Pastora Government was the big winners over at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium as action continued in the Atlantic Primary Schools Football Competition.
Shiva Boys made a bold statement of intent in this year's Coca Cola Inter-Col Series, when they crushed Moruga Secondary 11-0 to cruise into the Semi-Finals of the South Zone Competition.
Residents of the community of Spaniol Road, Covigne Diego Martin now have a new bridge to traverse in and out of their area.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has expressed his disappointment with the decision by Immigration staff to stay away from work on Sunday.
A lot more moisture pushing in but the showers will be few and far between.
There is still a lot of rain around for Kingston, Port-au-Prince, and Santa Domingo. Other areas in the Eastern Caribbean will be nice and dry, with a couple of passing showers.
Meteorologist Ean Wallace has the weather round-up for T&T and the region, plus he explains "Wrong Way Lenny."
Concern for the residents and their children who use the LEMRA Community Impact Centre has Garth Christopher spending his days outside the Prime Minister's Office.