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Minister Smith presents Nigel Garcia with his prize for Heaviest Wahoo
Team ‘Go Up The Road’ and a sponsor representative with an artistic rendition of a massive wahoo

The Honourable Darryl Smith, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs was on hand to distribute prizes to successful anglers in the annual Budget

Minister Smith is interviewed by media on the reopened track at the Hasely Crawford Stadium

The Honourable Darryl Smith, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs expressed his gratitude to the maintenance staff at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, who

Keacy Carty and Keemo Paul celebrate after getting the winning runs
The West Indies side is elated after getting their hands on the trophy

The West Indies Under 19 team has won its first world title. Last evening in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the young Windies faced India in

Minister Darryl Smith (c) with athletes Malika Davidson, Ayana Dyette, Apphia Glasgow and La Teisha Joseph. At right is coach David Thomas

For the first time, Trinidad and Tobago has made a huge step out of the Caribbean Zone to face a larger pool of

The Chatham Youth Development & Apprenticeship Centre is one of two youth-serving institutions that Minister of Sport & Youth Affairs Darryl Smith is

Trinidad and Tobago was ably represented at the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC) in Malta by UWI Guild Secretary Nikoli Edwards, who returned

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