go here
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.

W Connection drop points

W Connected wasted an opportunity to close gap on 2nd placed Defence Force in the Digicel T&T Pro League, when they drew 0-0 with Police at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
Connection remain two points behind The Army, and nine points adrift of leaders Central FC.
In other games, San Juan Jabloteh blanked Morvant/Caledonia 3-0 at the Larry Gomes Stadium.
North East Stars edged St Ann's Rangers 4-3 in a thriller at the Ato Boldon Stadium. 
India beat West Indies by 45 runs in a World T20 warm-up match at Kolkata on Thursday.
Rohit Sharma hit 98 not out (9x4, 7x6), punishing all the West Indies bowlers as India scored 185/6 in their 20 overs.
Suliemann Benn was the most economical bowler taking 2/30 in his four overs.
West Indies lost Chris Gayle for 20, with wickets falling regularly after that as the regional team fell for 140.
Pawan Negi took 2/15, while Mohammed Shami, Ravindra Jadeja and Hardik Pandya took two wickets apiece.
There was no toss as India batting first on a mutually agreed decision.
West Indies play Australia in their final warm-up match at Kolkata on Sunday. 
THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) expects Evin Lewis to grasp the opportunity given to him and establish himself as a top class batsman in the shortest form of the game at the ICC World T20 tournament currently underway in India.
Lewis, 24, was last week drafted into the West Indies squad after fellow Trinidadian Lendl Simmons was forced to pull out because of a back injury. Simmons was the fourth Red Force cricketer to make himself unavailable for regional selection on the T20 team.
On Wednesday, president of the TTCB Azim Bassarath said he had high hopes for Lewis, an explosive opening batsman who is the most exciting cricketer on the national team whose audacious stroke-play can play a crucial role if West Indies are to reclaim the ICC T20 Trophy following their 2012 triumph four years ago in Sri Lanka.
“Evin has all the qualities to set the cricket world alight in India over the coming weeks. He is an exceptionally talented batsman who will not be overawed playing against more recognised cricketers at the World T20. We look forward to him leading the charge once selected in the final eleven,” said Bassarath.
The TTCB boss said that he met earlier this week with Lewis and assured him that the cricket board and all patriotic fans were overjoyed to learn of him being picked since the opportunity could not have come to a more deserving player.
Bassarath said that with the world watching on, Lewis will have a golden opportunity to showcase his immense talent which will open up doors for him to play cricket all over the world, enhance his reputation and fatten his pocket,” said Bassarath.
Lewis burst into the international spotlight late last year by being the only centurion of the 2015 Bangladesh Premier League T20 when the subcontinent first got a glimpse of his fearless shot-making capabilities.
He followed up his prolific form with a century in the victorious 2016 Nagico Super50 campaign in January at Shaw Park in Tobago, and rounded off his collection with a disclipined hundred for the Red Force in the ongoing Regional 4-Day Tournament.
“In the space of a few months Evin has showed that he has the temperament to make big scores in the three formats of the game and we know that he can extend his good form in the coming weeks which will bode well for the West Indies fortunes,” said Bassarath.
When the West Indies won the ICC World T20 in 2012, there were seven T&T players on the squad, but this year, four key members have ruled themselves out of contention because of various reasons.
Frontline batsman Darren Bravo opted to concentrate on Test cricket; Kieron Pollard is slowly recovering from a knee ailment; Sunil Narine is engaged in rehabilitating his bowling action after being banned by the ICC; and Simmons hurt his back in practice on the eve of the tournament.
The remaining T&T players in the squad are wicket-keeper DeneshRamdin,  inspirationalall-rounder Dwayne Bravo and world No 1 T20 bowler Samuel Badree. 
The 7th annual Daren Ganga Foundation (DGF) is set for March 26 at the Millennium Lakes Golf Course in Trincity. 
The tournament has become one of the most popular events on the local golf calendar as golfers.
Teams placing in the top 10 will be awarded highly attractive prizes including plane tickets, hotel accommodation, mobile phones, other electronic devices and hampers. 

W Connection move to second

W Connection cut Central FC's lead to six points after they beat Point Fortin Civic FF 1-0 on Friday at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
Connection moved to second after Defence Force slipped up again with a 2-1 loss to San Juan Jabloteh on Saturday at Barataria Recreation Ground.
Central FC have a game in hand.
In other scores, Police defeated Morvant/Caledonia United 2-1. 
Trinidad and Tobago Red Force is battling to avoid defeat against Barbados Pride at Couva.
Kraigg Braithwaite hit 123 in Barbados's 398 before T&T was bowled out for 226 with Kyle Hope hitting 77.
Following on, Trinidad and Tobago closed day three at 117 for 1, with Hope on 67 not out.
T&T are still 53 runs away from making Barbados Pride bat again with today being the final day of the contest.

Windie women lose to Australia

Windies women lost their World T20 warm-up match to Australia by 43 runs.
Australia put up 139/3 with Elyse Villani scoring 51.
Stacey Ann King hit 19 not out for the West Indies but they were bowled out for 96 in 19 overs.

Darren Sammy hit 50 off 28 balls to lead the West Indies to a thrilling three wicket victory over Australia in a World Cup warm-up match on Sunday.
West Indies were in trouble at 49/5 when Sammy came to the wicket but the St Lucian hit six fours and a six in his even 50 to take his team home. 
Earlier, Australia set West Indies 162 for victory after Shane Watson hit 60.
West Indies open their World Cup campaign against England on Wednesday at Mumbai. 
  • Press Releases
Critical thinking was the order of the day at the recent First Flight Scholastic Chess Tournament held at the Brian
Champions again. That's San Juan North Secondary after they blanked a game Valencia Secondary 2-0 at the Larry Gomes
National Senior Men's Team Coach Dennis Lawrence has called former National Captain, Kenwyne Jones, a great servant of
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is calling on its members to get their act together and become compliant,
While Carapichaima retained the Central Zone Inter-Col title with a 4-2 penalty shootout win over Chaguanas North
  • 1
  • 2