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Tuesday, 08 August 2017 16:07

Warriors To Meet Reggae Boyz In Friendly

It's a highly anticipated clash between two of the region's big boys as Jamaica's Reggae Boyz come to test the Warriors on August 24th.

Shak Attack was on the sidelines this weekend not being able to play two games in the North Zone campaign.

Reports say the North Zone General Council did not ratify the decision to allow Shak Attack a belated entry in the tournament.

Sources told C Sports if Shak Attack played, then two other teams, Prisons being one of them, should be allowed to play.

Shak Attack Duo Orlando Mapp and Miguel Williams shared with C Sports their views on the matter.

Shak Attack will have to wait and see if they would be able to play, following a decision to be taken by the North Zone General Council at a Meeting later this week.

Ako Pascall scored 18 points in his north zone debut for Caledonia Clippers, but his performance was upstaged by the veteran Steven Ligheter Lewis who scored 29 points in Defence Force 4 point win over Clippers.
The game was held at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex on Sunday evening, Ian Wason has more.
Whoever said out of bad good can't emerge? Well that's exactly what is being attempted on Monday night out at Soogrim Trace in Laventille, as the much maligned community opens its doors to some of the biggest names in football, local, regional and internationally.
New leaders in the TT Pro League after Police gave North East Stars a real scare but came up just short.
The lawmen twice came from a goal down but as Ruskin Mark explained they would lose by the odd goal in five.
On the move - that's Trinidad and Tobago's Joevin Jones, who will be playing in the German Bundesliga second division as of January of 2018.
The former East Mucurapo star, who currently plies his trade in the MLS with Seattle Sounders, inked a deal that will keep him at the German club SV Darmstadt 98 until June 2020. 
With a place in the finals up for grabs, the TT Women's Volleyball team will oppose Suriname tonight in the semi-finals of the CAZOVA Championships currently underway over in Jamaica.
The women's cricket world cup is done and dusted and while there have been many criticisms levelled against the West Indies women's team's performance or lack thereof. There is a bright future for the team and young women cricketers in the Caribbean.
One woman who has first-hand knowledge of this is former player and now manager of the team, Mrs. Ann Brown-John.
Naasira Mohammed spoke with her in this report.
The touring secondary schools national boys team won the English School's Cricket Association Cricket Festival title when they defeated Essex by 3 runs.
Young aspiring footballers between the ages of 7-12 from across Trinidad and Tobago have had their skills tested over the past few weeks at various venues across the country. All in the hopes of finishing in the top three and win a chance to travel with a parent to Barcelona Football Club to meet players and experience the Spanish football giants at home.
The Skills Tournament concluded with excitement on Saturday as the three winners celebrated with their peers.
Naasira Mohammed has more.
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"Ready for the challenge ahead" that is the message from national footballers Khaleem Hyland and Reon Moore as they
The Senior Men's National Football team on Saturday were hard at work at the Larry Gomes Stadium as they prepare for
A six team seven-a-side football tournament was held today at the Tacarigua Indoor Facility, featuring pupils from
The Southern Games is back after an initial cancellation. Guaracara Park in the heart of the Pointe-a-Pierre
A bad day for champion club, Queen's Park, as they lost both premier division matches to Comets and Merryboys
Thursday marked Day One of the 111th edition of the Trinidad and Tobago Open at the St. Andrews Golf Course in Moka.
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