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Trinidad and Tobago's US-based quartet of Kenwyne Jones, Kevin Molino, Kevan George and Joevin Jones all checked into Red Army camp in Denver

With the construction of the Brian Lara Cricket Academy now complete, it is now on to Phase Two. Minister of Sport and Youth

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says he is looking forward to see records broken at the Brian Lara Stadium in the future. He

An estimated 11,000 spectators witnessed the historic opening of the Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba on Friday night. The reigning world batting record

Ten years of celebrating the lives of all children and their caretakers who have been affected by cancer, culminated in the annual JBF

The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board Twenty20 Festival, which was a test event to gauge the readiness of the Brian Lara Cricket Academy,

Selectors have included four newcomers in the West Indies 15-man squad for the ICC Women’s World Cup starting next month in England.

The long wait by fans to see live cricket at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy appears to be finally over, following yesterday’s announcement

Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, Darryl Smith hosted a reception for the successful Carifta swim team at the National Aquatic Centre, Couva,


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