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The Indian team's head coach is set to appointed before India's tour to the West Indies for a four-Test series between July and August this year.
 
According to a top Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) official, the Board-constituted Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), which has been tasked with identifying a candidate for the vacant position, will meet after the ICC World T20 in April to finalise the name. 
 
The CAC, which comprises of Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman, will also help the BCCI in filling up the three key positions in the coaching staff - batting, bowling and fielding coach.

Round three of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Cricket Association League competition is on this weekend.

Defending champions Preysal Phoenix are in action at Pinto Recreation Ground against Cricket Lovers.

Here are the fixtures for this weekend’s matches:

 

Premiership- All matches start at 11am 

 

1) Cricket Lovers vs Preysal Phoenix- Pinto Recreation Ground, Arima

2) Technocrats vs Moosai Sports- Naparima College Ground, San Fernando'

3) Hibiscus Ladies vs Jus United- El Dorado West Secondary, El Dorado 

 

 Championship

 

1) UWI vs Preysal Achievers, UWI

2) Waterloo All Stars vs West Side Giants, Brickfield Recreation Ground, Carapichaima

3) Players Sports Club- Bye

 

Indian Medicine won the Top of the Class Stakes on Saturday at Santa Rosa Park.
 
Praveen Badrie pulled Indian Medicine two lengths clear of Dark Treasure, with Sweet Genius in third and Masterpiece in fourth.
 
Indian Medicine is owned by Kavita Persad trained by Bobby Persad. 
 
Saturday's card was Race Day 8 of 2016. 
Kumar Ramcharan recorded a net score of 66 to win the March Monthly Medal at Brechin Castle on Sunday.
 
Ramcharan finished a stroke ahead of Kibwe Lee, with Rudy Supersad a further two strokes back in third.
 
National player Dave Rajkumar shot a gross score of 80 to record the best score of the day, on a difficult Sunday afternoon at Sevilla Golf Course.
 
Ramcharan, who was playing in the Monthly Medal for the first time, is an avid sportsman, who lists baskeball, cricket and football among his sporting pursuits. 
 
He only joined the Brechin Castle club six months ago. 
Central FC took a big step towards retaining the Digicel T&T Pro League title when they beat their closest rivals Defence Force 1-0 on Friday at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
 
A Marcus Joseph goal in the 13th minute settled the issue for the Central Sharks, who now own a seven point lead over Defence Force.
 
W Connection retain third but slipped to 10 points behind Central FC then they drew with Morvant/Caledonia Uts 2-2.
 
On Saturday Club Sando beat St Ann's Rangers 3-2, while San Juan Jabloteh edged Point Fortin Civic 1-0.
 
On Sunday North East Stars whipped Police FC 5-2, with Kerry Baptiste getting a hat-trick. 

FRIDAY

 

Date

Home Team

Away Team

Venue

Score

Goal Scorers

04:03:16

Morvant/Caledonia Utd

DirecTV

W Connection

Ato Boldon Stadium

2-2

Kareem Knights (14’), Pernell Schultz (44’)

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Shahdon Winchester (4’), Dimitrie Apai (62’)

04:03:16

Bankers  Insurance Central FC

Defence Force

Ato Boldon Stadium

1-0

Marcus Joseph (13’)

 

SATURDAY

 

Date

Home Team

Away Team

Venue

Score

Goal Scorers

05:03:16

St. Ann’s Rangers

Club Sando

Mannie Ramjohn Stadium

2-3

Keron Cornwall (47’), Kadeem Hutchinson (70’)

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Jesse Downing (44’), Devon Modeste (83’), Bradley Nestor (87’)

05:03:16

Play Whe San Juan Jabloteh

Point Fortin Civic

Barataria Recreation Ground

1-0

Nathan Lewis (4’)

 

SUNDAY

Date

Home Team

Away Team

Venue

Score

Goal Scorers

06:03:16

Japs

North East Stars

Police FC

Larry Gomes Stadium

5-2

Kerry Baptiste (12’), (70’), (89’), Gorean Highley (43’), Reon Moore (75’)

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Dylon King (79’), Makesi Lewis (90+2)

 

First Citizen's Clarke Road beat Jenexcon Tableland by 10 wickets in the National League Premier Division One on Sunday at Wilson Toad.
 
Also on Sunday, Sunil Narine took 3/18 as Queen's Park beat Powergen by nine wickets.
 
Merry Boys edged Victoria by one wicket, while Comets whipped Prisons by an innings and 13 runs.
 
Summarised Scores: Premier One

Victoria 251 (Lincoln Roberts 84, Ranga Latchana 72; Javid Ramdhanie 3/60, Clinton Williams 3/85) & 171 (Lincoln Roberts 51, Andre Bryce 51 n.o.; Aneil Kanhai 5/64, Javid Ramdhanie 4/28) vs Merry Boys 277 (Jeetendra Sookdeo 103 n.o. Isaiah Rajah 75, Mario Belcon 50; Garey Mathurin 5/85, Farrel Jugmohan 2/98) & 148/9 (Jeteendra Sookdeo 56, Amir Jaghoo 55 not out; Farrell Jagmohan 5/44, Gary Maturin 3/48) —Result: Merry Boys won by one wicket

Prisons 117 all out (Bryan Charles 4/40, Stephan Solomon 3/29) & 297 (Idrees Mohammed 94, Adrian Daniel 51; Bryan Charles 4/93, Kenroy Williams 2/30) vs Alescon Comets 427 (Roshan Primus 74, Fazil Baksh 74, Kenroy Williams 55; Idrees Mohammed 4/71) —Result: Comets won by an innings and 13 runs

Jenexcon Tableland 221 (Al Small 59, Akiel Cooper 43, Kerwin Sirju 4/39) & 191 (Akiel Cooper 58, Al Small 25, Cephas Cooper 25, Daniel Williams 25; Kissoondath Magram 5/73, Kerwyn Sirju 2/37, Samuel Roopnarine 2/46) vs FC Clarke Road 316 (Kjorn Ottley 81, Kerry Holness 55, Adrian Ali 53; Brian Pegus 3/26, Brent Harriot 2/46, Negus Cartey 2/80) & 97/0 (Adrian Ali 43) —Result: Clarke Rd won by ten wickets

PowerGen 206 (Gregory Mahabir 53, Royston Crandon 70; Javon Searles 5/46) & 179 (Nicholas Sookdeosingh 76; Sunil Narine 3/18, Khary Pierre 3/21), vs QPCC 369 (Justin Guillen 146, Sunil Narine 59, Javon Searles 41; Royston Crandon 6/101) & 17/1 —Result: QPCC won by nine wickets
Stafanie Taylor's half-century and contribution with the ball ensured West Indies leveled the series against South Africa with a dominant showing at the Wanderers. 
 
Taylor led a recovery after South Africa, before her bowlers kept South Africa under constant pressure in a chase that never really got underway. 
 
They lost 6 for 24, with Taylor picking up two at the end, and were bowled out inside 20 overs, leaving themselves work to do ahead of the series decider in Cape Town on Wednesday.

Soca Warriors play Uruguay in May

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has secured an International Friendly against the Uruguay Senior Men's Team carded for May 27th in Montevideo.
 
The game against the team currently ranked 11th in the world by FIFA was finalized following initial discussions led by TTFA President David John Williams.
 
Trinidad and Tobago head coach Stephen Hart, who spoke previously of the importance of T&T playing a top quality international opponent during the said period, expressed his satisfaction with the fixture.
Fatima College clinched the PowerGen Secondary Schools Cricket League (SSCL) Premier Division crown with an eight-wicket win over Vishnu Boys Hindu College on Tuesday.
 
Amir Jangoo hit an unbeaten century to clinch the win and the title.
 
North Championship winners Carapichaima East and South Championship champions Shiva Boys, with both compete in the Premiership Division next year.
West Indies skipper Darren Sammy has described controversial star batsman Chris Gayle as the ‘most destructive’ Twenty20 batsman, insisting that his side have players to reclaim the World Twenty20 title, which they won four years ago. 
 
Gayle came under severe criticism after trying to flirt with an Australian TV presenter live on air in January during the Big Bash League. 
 
Also, the left-handed explosive batsman is often questioned for choosing lucrative T20 tournaments over national duty. 
 
However, Sammy said that Gayle was a massive figure for the West Indies not only on the cricket field but off the field as well, Sport24 reported.
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