It has been a tumultuous time for West Indies cricket, one that does not look to be over anytime soon. But despite this, the regional teams have a lot to celebrate and celebrate they did.
The West Indies Cricket Board and West Indies Players Association held a Joint Award Ceremony in Antigua to reward the best cricketers in the region.
Cycling fans are in for a real treat this weekend at the spanking new National Velodrome in Couva. The event is free to the public, but fans are encouraged to get their tickets in order to gain admittance.
The Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation is fully behind Sprinter Njisane Phillips as he goes for glory at the upcoming Rio Olympics.
The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee unveiled the uniforms that the National Team will be wearing while participating at the Rio Olympics. Their wear, manufactured by Adidas, is categorised by: Travel, Olympic Village, Opening Ceremony, Training and Closing Ceremony.
T&T and West Indies legend Ian Bishop is holding out hope for the preservation of test cricket but wouldn't bet his house on it.
He was speaking on the Sportsmax programme when asked about the viability of test cricket against the instant nature of T/20 cricket, indicating that there is room for both to co-exist.
The recently held extraordinary meeting of the TTFA revealed one common factor among all parties. That more dialogue is needed between the board and their charges.
There were several other positive factors that came out of the meeting, with a change in the football calendar being one of them.
He's the defending National Table Tennis Singles Champion and will be going again this weekend to secure the title.
This having already won the Mixed Doubles, Men's Doubles and Over 45 title last weekend. Dexter St. Louis is enjoying his time home in T&T and had a chat with C-Sports.