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Gayle Wins Defamation Lawsuit

Chris Gayle has won his defamation lawsuit against Australian media group Fairfax.

The West Indies Professional Cricket League 4-Day Match between the Red Force and Barbados ended in a draw.

Rangers Hold Central FC

In the TT Pro League, San Juan Jabloteh suffered a most humbling defeat to Club Sando, going under 5-0, to have the Angus Eve-coached outfit dreaming of a second place finish to wrap up a Champions League spot.

Now to news out of the 14th edition of the UWI Half Marathon where local road running queen Tonya Nero was victorious in the women's event, while also finishing in the Top 10.

Petro Jazz Beat Shak Attack

A three-pointer from Adrian Joseph secured a two-point win for Petro Jazz over Detour Shak Attack, when action continued in the Barry Stewart Basketball Tournament at Pleasantville on Saturday.

Beach Volleyball Gets Help

The sport of beach volleyball has received some much needed sponsorship towards its development programmes, and to help carry on the success it has had in recent times.

Red Force Captain Denesh Ramdin hit 101 to lead his team to 300 all out in their first innings against Barbados in WPCL four day tournament at the Kensington Oval.

Just four balls were possible on the opening day of the Regional Four Day clash between the TT Red Force and Barbados Pride at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown.

SSFL Preview: Crucial Matches Ahead

The Secondary School Schools' Football League Premier Division title could be decided on Saturday with three teams still in the hunt for the coveted crown.

Chess Growth Being Pushed

The cream of the crop in local chess was on display at the National Championships in Port of Spain, where the very best did battle for the top spot.

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One of this country's top strength coaches has decided to offer national athletes free appraisals, as he believes they
The battle for second place in the TT Pro League is more or less sewn up by W Connection who gained three valuable
Arima Boys Government and Scarborough RC were victorious in the Atlantic Primary Schools Boys and Girls Under-15
The stand-off between the Super League and the Referees Association is set to continue, unless the TTFA intervenes.
W Connection stayed in second place behind North East Stars after knocking off former champs Central FC 3-1, while San
Shiva Boys put all their recent troubles behind them to take out another big fish in local schools football. After
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