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Pleased as punch. That's the National Men And Women's Hockey Teams which returned home from Guyana Monday morning.

Another successful athlete returning home on Monday was cycling queen Teniel Campbell, who did the double over in Martinique on the weekend.

In a scathing attack on those controlling the country's purse strings, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board, Azim Bassarath, repeated his call for urgent financial assistance to ensure the survival of the gentleman's game here in T&T.

With holders North East Stars stumbling out of this year's FA Trophy Competition, the way is clear for another former winner, W Connection, to pounce.

In the Secondary Schools’ Football League, Naparima College inched a step closer to another title when they manhandled bottom club, Speyside, 5-0 at the Larry Gomes Stadium.

Trinity East Climbs Table In SSFL

There was action around the country on Saturday in the Secondary Schools Football League.

Trinity East had earlier climbed to sixth on the table after turning back St. Augustine as Ruskin Mark explains.

 

Both the TT men and women were in action again over at the 2017 Indoor Pan Am Cup Tournament, taking place at the Clifford Anderson Sports Hall in Guyana.

The inclement weather has forced the postponement of tonight's Semi-Final Double Header in the First Citizens Cup Competition, which was set for the Ato Boldon Stadium.

In the Secondary Schools Football League, Fyzabad Secondary was punished for using two ineligible players whose academic documents were found to be falsified.

The T&T Red Force will leave on Monday for their first match against Barbados in the Regional Four Day Tournament - a tournament they have not won since 2006.

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Another successful athlete returning home on Monday was cycling queen Teniel Campbell, who did the double over in
Pleased as punch. That's the National Men And Women's Hockey Teams which returned home from Guyana Monday morning.
With holders North East Stars stumbling out of this year's FA Trophy Competition, the way is clear for another former
In a scathing attack on those controlling the country's purse strings, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket
In the Secondary Schools’ Football League, Naparima College inched a step closer to another title when they
There was action around the country on Saturday in the Secondary Schools Football League. Trinity East had earlier
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