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Dwayne Bravo has hit back at Cricket West Indies (CWI) for building a perception that he isn't interested in playing One Day Internationals.

Former West Indies batsman Bryan Davis is happy that Queen's Park has qualified two teams to compete in the Premier Division of the National Cricket League, and doesn't foresee too many problems managing them during the season.

Jabari Whiteman, riding unattached, was the winner of the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation’s first Road Race of 2018 held last weekend.

Hillview College defeated Presentation College Chaguanas by 58 runs in the Secondary Schools Cricket League in their season opener.

Defence Force added the Barry Stewart Invitational to the North Zone title they won in October to make it 3 titles in 3 competitions with an 80-65 win over Shak Attack to win the finals 2-0 at the Jean Pierre Complex.

Ian Wason has more.

Keyon Joseph scored 25 points and Steven ‘Lighter’ Lewis added 22 to help Defence Force to an 81-66 win over Detour Shak Attack to take Game 1 of the Finals of the Barry Stewart Invitational.

As the Trinidad and Tobago National Men's Hockey Team gets set to fly out to Holland for a one-week camp ahead of their participation in the 5th Hockey Indoor World Cup event in Germany, the coach, Raffie Govia, remains cautiously optimistic about the team's chances and where they feel they can do the most damage, as he indicated to Kent Fuentes.

Sports Minister Darryl Smith was at this morning's Youth Forum in Tacarigua where he addressed several youngsters and sports officials, telling them about their role in sport development which can benefit the nation as a whole.

Joevin Starts At SV Darmstadt 98

National utility player Joevin Jones made a solid start to his career with his new club SV Darmstadt 98 in the German Second Division, but the match was abandoned at half time.

The Semi-Finals are set for Friday evening in the CONCACAF Under-20 World Cup Qualifying Tournament, with the USA facing Haiti and Mexico battling Canada.

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