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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.
 
To the TT Pro League now, where San Juan Jabloteh jumped to the top of the standings with a 2-0 win over plucky St. Ann's Rangers, reaching ten points, one more than W/Connections, who lost their unbeaten run in stunning fashion against Police.
 
The lawmen, who were winless coming into this one certainly didn't look like the underdogs as they took the fight to the Savonetta Boys, and came close on a number of occasions.
Special Olympics Trinidad and Tobago held its annual cricket day which gives participants the opportunity to show off their skill sets and learn new ones from coaches on hand.
 
Special Olympic athletes came from the more well-known schools across T&T to participate in the activities. Majorie Thomas, head cricket coach of Special Olympics T&T is imploring others in society for more support of these special athletes.
 
A large crowd got their fill at the recent Sportsworld Classic held at NAPA.
 
Apart from some stiff competition in the various body-building and fitness categories, the crowd more than had their fill when the specially invited guests posed on stage and literally broke down the house.
 
Ruskin Mark has more.
 
Trailblazers had a winning debut in the North Zone Men's Division One Basketball with a win over more experienced Caledonia Clippers at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex.
 
Blazers who trailed the entire first have had to overcome a double digit deficit as Ian Wason explains in this report.
 

MIC-IT St Anns Rangers and Police FC played to a one all draw at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar as the new season of the digicel pro league continued.

Action in the Trinidad and Tobago super league continued on Sunday where there were victories for Cunupia FC over 1976 Phoenix FC and the Defence Force over the University of Trinidad and Tobago.

Michelle Lee-Ahye cemented her status as the official sprint queen of Trinidad and Tobago by completing the double when she won the 200 metres at the NGC SAGICOR Open Track and Field Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. 
 
Jereem Richards also continued his great form in 2017 by winning the men's race.
 
And speaking about Crawford , the 1976 100 Olympic champion managed to get some measure of revenge on the man that last beat him, President Of The National Association of Athletics Administrators, Ephraim Serrette.
 
Kent Fuentes takes us through the final night of competition.
 
Seeking to improve standards, that's the aim of the Secondary Schools Football League with its latest initiative.
 
The SSFL will be conducting a series of coaching courses beginning July.
The curtains fell on the three-test netball series between Trinidad and Tobago and neighbours Barbados out at the Cycling Velodrome in Couva on Sunday.
 
As Ruskin Mark explains, the Bajans wrapped up the series when they took an unassailable 2-nil lead with a 49-37 victory in game two, despite a more determined effort from the locals.
 
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