Trinidad and Tobago's stickmen made it two in two versus Guyana at Hockey Centre.
Ruskin Mark has more on the three-match series opener, which the TT outfit also won.
We don’t know if Lebron James was his inspiration but Nikolai Mills scored 42 of Tunapuna Secondary's 63 points, in a losing cause as Trinity College East won the Secondary Schools East Zone Under 17 final at the Maloney Indoor facility.
Kent Fuentes has more.
After months of delay the TT Pro League kicked off on Friday night with the Charity Shield played between W Connection and defending champions North East Stars.
This year's Charity Shield saw both teams play for a charity of their choice; Connection representing Marabella Family Crisis Centre and North East - Habitat for Humanity.
It was Connection's charity, Marabella Crisis Centre that benefitted as they thumped North East Stars by 7 goals to 1.
Kent Fuentes has more.
The TT Soca princesses made the ideal start to their world cup qualifiers in the Caribbean Zone 'C' by thrashing little fancied U.S. Virgin Islands 10-0 at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
Ruskin Mark has details.
Jabari Whiteman showed that he is the real deal among junior cyclists in TT taking both the sprint and punishing omnium events at the national championships out at the Velodrome in Couva on Saturday evening.
Ruskin Mark has details of both the juniors and juveniles doing battle for national titles.
Hundreds flocked to the La Vega Estate in Grand Couva for a special event called War of Wheels featuring several top professionals from abroad alongside top locals in stunt riding and driving.
Joel Phillip and Kent Fuentes were there to capture some of the action.
Hillview College proves once again to be a cut above the rest in secondary schools cricket after they successfully defended their Powergen Inter-col T/20 title with a comfortable 8-wicket win over Naparima College.
Ruskin Mark has more on a fairly one-sided final played out at the Brian Lara Academy.
Lord Silver with Noel Abrego in the saddles won the race for three year old and over horses rated 60 to 45.
At 7:50am Trinidad and Tobago time on Monday morning, three young women will make history as they race in the women’s 100 metres final at the Commonwealth Games in Australia. Khalifa St Fort in Lane 2, Michelle Lee Ahye in Lane 4 and Reyare Thomas in Lane 8.