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Pistorious granted bail

South African Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius has been granted bail while he awaits sentence for murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013.
Judges changed his conviction from manslaughter to murder last week. He has already served one year in prison.
Pistorius now faces a minimum sentence of 15 years' imprisonment - to be set after a hearing on 18 April 2016.

Neymar wins La Liga award...finally

Neymar has been named player of the month for November in Spain's La Liga - the first Barcelona player to win the award.
The award began in September 2013, with Barca having won 68 La Liga games - and the 2014-15 title - since then.
It took the Brazil forward's tally of five goals in three games last month to finally persuade the panel to reward a Barca player at the 21st opportunity.

Platini fights ban

Uefa president Michel Platini will find out this week whether his 90-day Fifa ban will be temporarily lifted.
Platini, 60, was suspended with Fifa president Sepp Blatter in October while corruption claims are investigated. They deny any wrongdoing.
His lawyers will attend a preliminary hearing with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) on Tuesday.
Fyzabad Secondary won the Girls Coca Cola Intercol Final against Bishop Anstey East on Sunday.
The Fyzabad girls prevailed 3-1 on kicks from the penalty mark after a 2-2 draw.
Fyzabad ended the season with a clean sweep of all the titles available in the season. 
In November, Fyzabad won the Secondary Schools Girls Big 4 title, beating St Augustine also through kicks on the penalty mark.
Fyazabad prevailed 4-2, ending St Augustine's bid for a hat-trick of titles. 
Minister of Sport Darryl Smith has said he expects the three major sporting facilities to be open by April 2016.
Smith said the Tennis Centre is 98 per cent complete while the Cycling is 95 per cent done and the Aquatic Centre 85 per cent finished.
The Minister's statement came after a tour of the facility with the board of the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago.  
Guyana Jaguars beat Trinidad and Tobago Red Force by an innings and 49 runs on the final day of their Regional 4-day match on Monday at the Queen's Park Oval.
Verrasammy Permaul claimed 5/62 as the home team fell t0 216 all out.
It was the second loss on the trot for the Red Force after a loss to Jamaica Scorpions two weeks ago.
Red Force coach Gus Logie believes his players can learn a thing or two from the Guyana Jaguars.
Logie said it wasn't their batting alone that let them down as the Red Force fell to the Jaguars by an innings and 49 runs.
Trinidad and Tobago has made one change to their squad for their next game against Windward Islands Volcanoes.
Left-arm spinner Kavesh Kantasingh is omitted and fellow left-arm spinner Akeal Hosein added to the squad.

West Indies bowling coach Sir Curtly Ambrose believes his team's attack can target Australia's "not so solid" middle order

The West Indies bowling consultant told media in Australia that his team is "here to win."

"You as reporters have got to report what you see," Ambrose said. "So I've learned over the years to, I won't say ignore, but know what to take from the reports and what not to take. But we're going to be focused. We're not going to worry about what has been said about us not being a good team or not going to compete ... At the end of the day when we perform and beat Australia, then the reporters will have to change their tune.

"We played against Australia not so long ago in the Caribbean and even though we lost 2-0 there were moments or periods when we had them on the back foot and had their backs against the wall. And we never really finished them off. So we believe we can compete and not only compete but we believe we can beat them and that's our focus to beat Australia. Not just to compete but to win and, being the underdogs, sometimes it's good to be that way.

"We have nothing to lose. As far as I'm concerned the Australians are the ones under pressure. They have to beat us because Australians and cricket in general expect them to steamroll us. So they're the ones who are under pressure, not us. And we're going to put up a good show."

The first Test match begins on Wednesday night in Hobart.

Trinidad and Tobago’s senior women’s footballers maintained a positive mindset as they took the training field for the first time in San Antonio for a 4pm session at the Alamodome on Tuesday ahead of Thursday’s International Friendly with the United States.

The T&T team arrived in San Antonio and checked into the Marriott Plaza just before midnight on Monday. 

According to team manager Sharon O’Brien, “The team is in good spirits after a long day of travel. We’re quite pleased to have arrived at our second destination and the focus now shifts to Thursday’s match. We have to keep our concentration levels up because there are quite a few days to go still on tour with the Brazil trip coming up a few days later.”

Marlins Aquatics Club is proud to announce its partnership with Shanghai Construction Group (SCG) in the hosting of the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) Invitational Swimming Championship held annually at the Marlins Aquatics Club’s Olympic sized pool in Westmoorings. 
The meet is the last one on the swim calendar every year and times made at this meet would be used by local and regional swimming bodies in the selection of national teams in the coming year for regional swimming championships namely the CARIFTA Swimming Championships and the Caribbean Island Swimming Championships.  
The championship is also fully sanctioned by FINA and is a qualifying event for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
This year 450 swimmers have entered, representing clubs from 8 countries from the Caribbean Region and the USA, Guyana and Venezuela. 
Fans from all across the region will descend upon the Marlins Aquatics pool to cheer their favourites on as the clubs vie for top honours. 
The Championship runs from December 10th to 13th 2015 with afternoon sessions on Thursday and Friday and all day sessions on the weekend.
It is hoped that the partnership between SCG and swimming builds a base for continued sponsorship of the sport and fosters a spirit of cooperation to take the sport in Trinidad and Tobago to unprecedented levels.
SCG (Caribbean) Group Ltd. are the contractors for the soon to be opened Aquatic Center in Couva.

Schools hockey begins on Thursday

The TTHB's 2015/2016 Schools' Hockey Season flicks off this week with Indoor competition taking centre stage at the two venues:




Primary Schools Indoor - Thursday 10th December (8am - 11am)

North Secondary Schools U15 Boys - Thursday 10th December (11am - 5pm)

North Secondary Schools U15 Girls - Friday 11th December (8am - 11am)

North Secondary Schools U20 - Friday 11th December (11am - 6pm)




East/South Secondary Schools U20 - Saturday 12th December (8am - 4pm)



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