T&T Red Force skipper Denesh Ramdin has described his team's 207-run loss to Barbados Pride on Sunday as "unacceptable."
The 4th edition of the Maylee Attin Johnson Initiative Three V Three Kids Football Tournament took place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium training ground recently.
Featuring kids from the under eights all way to under 16 in boys and under 13 to under 17 in the girls the young ones were up for the challenge and a day of fun enjoying the sport they love.
Organizer Maylee Attin Johnson was happy with the turnout of young footballers.
W Connection was crowned FA Cup champions for the 5th time in their history when they defeated Police FC by three goals to one in the finals played at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Friday evening.
Kent Fuentes has more.
A goal on either side of half time from Surinamese international Dimitrie Apai helped Directv W/Connections lift a record eighth First Citizen's Cup title at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Friday night.
Apai also picked up the finals’ MVP and Best Forward honours as Connections ran off 3-1 winners over holders the TT Defence Force as Ruskin Mark explains.
It's a battle royale in the final of the First Citizen's Cup Series where the defending champs the Defence Force will face seven times former champs W/Connections for all the marbles.
Connections turned back Club Sando 2-0 to reach their tenth final in the competition while the Tetron boys had to dig deep to overcome plucky Pt. Fortin Civic as Ruskin Mark explains.
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.
Leaders Presentation College of San Fernando will look to consolidate their position at the top but have a tough nut to crack in holders Shiva Boys at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium on Saturday, in the featured match of the round in the Secondary Schools Football League.
But the surging St. Mary's College will tackle fellow northerners in Trinity College, Moka seeking another three points to follow up on their success at QRC in midweek.
Here's Ruskin Mark with more on that outing.
This country's women volleyballers are ready to create history and qualify for the World Cup, which will be a first for any English speaking Caribbean nation.
Kent Fuentes has more.
No change at the top of the Secondary Schools Football League after Presentation College scored a narrow 2-1 win over Queen's Royal College.
But Naparima College stayed in touch with their neighbours with a 2-0 blanking of Signal Hill over in Tobago.
But defending champs Shiva Boys dropped more points and further loosened their grip on the title when they surrendered a two-goal cushion away to St. Anthony's and left West Moorings with just a point as Ruskin Mark explains.
In the Secondary Schools Football League, Shiva Boys look to return to their winning ways when they face a tough and much improved Fatima outfit at their home ground on Mucurapo Road on Saturday.