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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,

Trinidad and Tobago's top male performer at the 32nd Carifta Swimming and Open Water Championships Kael Yorke is now focused on trying to

Gabriela Donahue was named the Most Outstanding 13-14 female swimmer following her five individual gold medal haul at the Carifta Swimming Championships at

Trinidad and Tobago enjoyed a satisfying turnaround at the 2017 Flow Carifta Games, earning seven gold medals, five silver and 10 bronze to

Njisane Phillip’s explosive speed and brilliant bike-handling skills saw him ride away with the Men’s Sprint title on the final day of the

The T&T 13-14 girls 400m medley relay quartet of Jahmia Harley, Gabriela Donahue, Regan Allen and Jada Chatoor won gold in a record


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