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LED THE WAY FOR T&T: Krystle Esdelle
T&T’s Channon Thompson, centre, receives her MVP award at the 16th Senior Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association (CAZOVA) Championship held in Jamaica. PHOTO: SEAN MORRISON

TRINIDAD and Tobago saved their best for last as they soared to their sixth title in succession when the curtain fell on the CAZOVA (Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Federation) Women’s Championships on Monday night in Jamaica.

Calypso Spikers in 7th heaven

Greece-based Krystle Esdelle led three players in double-figure scoring as T&T “Calypso Spikers” brushed aside host Jamaica in straight sets to lift a record sixth straight and seventh overall title when the 16th Senior Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association (CAZOVA) Championship, the 2018 FIVB Women’s World Championship Second Round qualifier ended in Kingston, Jamaica on Monday night.

Trinbago Knight Riders batsman Darren Bravo, right, bats during a recent training session at the Brian Lara Academy, Tarouba, while teammate Sunil Narine looks on. Bravo struck 72 in a warm-up match at the Queen’s Park Oval on Monday against TTCB XI. TKR won by 32 runs.

Dapper left handed batsman Darren Bravo continued his good form as the Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) won their second warm-up match for the 2017 Hero CPL against a TTCB XI at the Queen’s Park Oval on Monday night.

Bravo, Ramdin guide TKR to easy win

DARREN BRAVO and Denesh Ramdin both struck half centuries to guide the Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) to a 32-run win over a Trinidad and Tobago XI, in a warm-up match ahead of the 2017 Caribbean Premier League (CPL), which bowls off on Friday.

Runs for Darren Bravo, Ramdin in 2nd warm-up

There were good knocks for Darren Bravo and Denesh Ramdin as the Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) won their second practice match in preparation for the new Hero Caribbean Premier League season. On Monday evening at the Queen’s Park Oval, Bravo struck a rapid 72 off 46 balls which included six fours and four sixes and Ramdin made an unbeaten 70 off 43 (eight fours, three sixes) as the Knight Riders beat a Trinidad and Tobago XI by 32 runs in the T20 fixture.

GONE: T&T wicketkeeper Leonardo Julien, right, removes the bails to run out Leeward Islands batsman Miandre James for 11, during their Regional Under-17 match at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva, yesterday. —Photo: ROGER SEEPERSAD

RAIN associated with the passage of Tropical Storm Don ruined what would have been an intriguing final round of matches in the Cricket West Indies Regional Under-17 tournament yesterday, ensuring the trophy remained with hosts Trinidad and Tobago.

(Photo Credit – SporTT)

Team TTO won 73 medals, across all five disciplines and set 10 new records in swimming. The Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs wishes to congratulate Team TTO on their historic 1st place overall at CCCAN 2017.

100 GOLD: Kelly-Ann Baptiste

Kelly-Ann Baptiste was in winners’ row at the JN/Racers Grand Prix meet in Kingston, Jamaica, on Saturday night. The Trinidad and Tobago track star struck gold in the women’s 100 metres dash in 11.13 seconds, beating American Jenna Prandini (11.16) and Jamaican Natasha Morrison (11.26) to the line.

The Netherland's Dafne Schippers, center, competes to win win a women's 100m race ahead of Trinidad and Tobago's Michelle-Lee Aye, left, and Ivory Coast's Marie-Josee Ta Lou during the Golden Gala Pietro Mennea athletics meeting, in Rome's Olympic stadium, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Walcott reacts during competition yesterday in the men’s javelin event at the IAAF Diamond League athletics meet at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Walcott captured bronze with a throw of 86.61 metres while Michelle-Lee Ahye clocked 11.07 seconds to take third place in the women’s 100 metres.

Javelin thrower Keshorn Walcott and sprinter Michelle Lee Ahye both produced impressive performances that earned them bronze medals at their respective events at yesterday’s Diamond League in Rome, Italy.

Golden Gala bronze

Keshorn Walcott and Michelle-Lee Ahye both earned bronze medals at the Golden Gala IAAF Diamond League meet in Rome, Italy, yesterday.

Ready for Battle... Veteran midfielder Carlos Edwards, Centre, and other members of the Warriors, go through their paces ahead of today’s World Cup qualifying clash with the USA. PHOTO: TTFA

T&T’s Senior men’s team will be hoping to defy the odds when they take on the United States in a crucial World Cup qualifier at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Colorado, desperate for maximum points under high altitude conditions. Kick off time is at 8pm TT time.

TT footballers vie for crucial win

TRINIDAD AND Tobago men’s football team will be aiming to defy the odds when they take to the field at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Denver, Colorado today, from 8 pm (TT time) to face off with hosts United States in a 2018 FIFA World Cup CONCACAF Zone Final Round Qualifier.

Davis Vs Goliath

Trinidad and Tobago will be aiming to defy the odds when they take to the field at Dick's Sporting Goods Park today from 8 p.m. (T&T time) to face off with the United States in a CONCACAF Final Round World Cup Qualifier. T&T will play in its traditional red strip.

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