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Empowering Women In Sport

Empowering women in sport is the goal of the TTOC and it's President Brian Lewis.

Fyzabad Edge Trinity In SSFL Match

In the Secondary Schools Football League today, Fyzabad made the trip East and got a result, edging Trinity College East on their home ground in Trincity.

Stern Fails To Save Central FC

Not even the appearance on the pitch of Coach Stern John could spare the blushes of the Central Sharks who crashed to a 2-0 defeat to neighbours and second-placed W/Connection.

Notre Dame Prevail Over Shape

In some hockey news, the curtains fell on the National Indoor Championships recently and among the big winners were Notre Dame, whose Men's Team claimed the Trinity Division title.

Regional journalist Michael Bascombe says the hurricanes that recently devastated several Caribbean islands will significantly impact sport in the region as well.

Women's Cricket Development Coming

The Trinidad and Tobago Women's Cricket Team is the most successful in the region, due in part to the development of the women's game by the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board.

In some hockey news, the Paragon youth enjoyed mixed results on the final day of the National Indoor Hockey Championships, winning one and losing the other in the Under-19 Finals.

Shak Attack Dominate Youth Divisions

While Detour Shak Attack stayed away from the North Zone Men's Division Basketball League, the Under-21 and the Under-16 teams dominated the Youth Divisions in this year’s tournament.

The future of local football looks bright with the display from some of the Primary School players involved in the season opener between Dunross Preparatory and Pt Cumana Government Primary.

Trinity College East will be hoping to build on their stunning upset win over previously unbeaten Carapichaima 3-0 on the weekend.

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