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Action in the 2015 Atlantic National Primary Schools Football League finals begins tomorrow at 9am, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
 
In the Under 15 girls, St. Agnes Anglican takes on Bon Accord Government school, while in the Under 15 boys final, Bon Accord Government plays Couva South Government.
 
The Under 12 boys final features San Fernando Boys RC against Enterprise Government school. 

Auckland to host Lomu memorial

A public memorial service for New Zealand great Jonah Lomu is to be held in Auckland next Monday.
 
Lomu, 40, died last week at his home in the city. 
 
Capped 63 times by his country, he was diagnosed with a rare kidney condition in 1995.
Formula 1 bosses have rejected plans to introduce a cheaper, alternative engine alongside the turbo hybrids used since 2014.
 
The proposal was backed by commercial boss Bernie Ecclestone and Jean Todt, president of governing body the FIA.
 
But a meeting of the F1 Commission on Tuesday voted "not to pursue" the idea, an FIA statement said.
IAAF president Lord Coe is facing conflict of interest allegations after an email emerged suggesting he lobbied his predecessor over the hosting of the 2021 World Championships.
 
Eugene, USA, was given the event without a bidding process, despite interest from the Swedish city of Gothenburg.
 
A BBC investigation has uncovered emails which claim Coe - an ambassador for sports giant Nike and then vice-president of world athletics - "reached out" to Lamine Diack with his support for Eugene's bid.

Mourinho, Costa mend fences

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he and Diego Costa had "a few kisses and cuddles" after an argument during Tuesday's 4-0 Champions League win at Maccabi Tel Aviv.
 
Mourinho was unhappy with the Spain striker's movement as he struggled to impose himself in the first 45 minutes.
 
Costa, who ended a six-game run without scoring against Norwich on Saturday, completed 90 minutes in Israel.

ECB plans to scrap the toss

The toss could be scrapped in County Championship Division Two matches next season under proposals being considered by the England and Wales Cricket Board.
 
The ECB's executive board will discuss the plan on Thursday after it was recommended by its cricket committee.
 
If it is approved a one-year trial will take place in 2016 to try to improve pitches and encourage spin bowlers.
 
The away team would choose whether to bat, bowl or still have a toss if the pitch condition was uncertain.
West Indies allrounder Kieron Pollard will miss the remainder of Cape Cobras' Ram Slam T20 Challenge after injuring his right knee during the clash against Knights in Paarl.
 
Pollard picked up the injury while turning quickly to field a ball, but despite experiencing discomfort, he returned to bat in the second innings, hammering 23 off 12 balls to power his team to a four-wicket win. 
 
A CSA release later confirmed that Pollard will return to the Caribbean on Wednesday for treatment.
Cricket legend Brian Lara will soon decide if he wants his name to continue being attached to the controversial Tarouba stadium.
 
Speaking to the media after touring the facility with Sports Minister Darryl Smith, officials of UDeCOTT and the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board yesterday, Lara said after 11 years, he isn't sure he wants the stadium to bear his name anymore.
 
During the tour, UDeCott chairman Noel Garcia said the facility is expected to be opened in June next year.

Klitschko favored to beat Fury

Wladimir Klitschko will knock out Tyson Fury when they fight in Dusseldorf on Saturday, says British heavyweight prospect Anthony Joshua.
 
Ukrainian Klitschko, 39, has been a world heavyweight champion since 2006, engaged in 27 world title fights and made 23 successful title defences.
 
He will be defending his WBA, IBF and WBO belts against Britain's Fury.
The Chaguaramas Golf Club is looking forward to an amicable resolution of their differences with the Chaguaramas Development Authority.
 
The club is based at the Chaguaramas Golf Course, which the CDA maintains, but the relationship between the two entities has become strained. 
 
Club Vice President Gerald Darlington says he wants a positive resolution to the issue.
 
“We would like to have this amicably,” Darlington told Talk City 91.1FM’s Flashdrive program on Wednesday afternoon.
 
“This is not to name and shame the CDA, but we think that they have abdicated their responsibility as the landlord-partner. We are their major stakeholder and there has been no stakeholder engagement in the recent past and we are not prepared to accept that,” Darlington added.
 
The Chaguaramas club has cancelled its annual championship tournament as they are not satisfied with the state of the Chaguaramas Course.
 
The club recently hosted a benefit tournament for ailing teaching professional Anthony “Doubles” Griffith, which raised over $42,000.
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