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Members of the Trinidad and Tobago team for the sixth Commonwealth Youth Games pose for a picture during a send-off function hosted by the T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) in the VIP Lounge at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. PHOTO: KERWIN PIERRE

“Give it your best,” said Jehue Gordon to the beaming faces of some of the 50 athletes that will be representing T&T at the sixth Commonwealth Youth Games at a send off function hosted by the T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) in the VIP Lounge at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port-of-Spain.

Won doubles gold: Catherine Spicer

BRITTANY JOSEPH struck gold for the third time in the Solo National Table Tennis Championships Sunday at the National Racquet Centre. At the Orange Grove Main Road facility in Tacarigua, WASA Club were the overwhelming favourites to capture the women’s team title and the 19-year-old was at the helm of the triumph in the three-side, straight round-robin event.

Nicholas Ready added another piece of silverware to his cabinet when he won the Boys Under-12 Singles title of the Sagicor Junior Tennis Championship at the Country Club in Maraval yesterday afternoon.

Ready lives up to his name*

NICHOLAS READY beat Tyler Hart and the rain yesterday to capture his third singles crown in the last three months when the Sagicor Junior Tennis Tournament continued yesterday at Trinidad Country Club, Maraval.

Gold medal winner at Pan Am Championship Xavier Jones

Xavier Jones became T&T’s second international gold medallist in Judo after he won the 90kg and under Boys Cadets category at the Pan American Judo Confederation Cadets and Juniors World Circuit in Panama City, Panama, at the weekend.

Digicel Volunteers proudly display their medals after taking part in the Just Because Foundation's tenth Anniversary Heroes Kiddi K children’s Walk at the Jean Pierre Complex.

Ten years of celebrating the lives of all children and their caretakers who have been affected by cancer, culminated in the annual JBF Kiddi K children’s walk on April 29. This year’s walk aptly themed Our Heroes, brought over 900 patrons to the Jean Pierre Complex to participate in the event.

MEDAL MAN: T&T’s top male swimmer at the Carifta Swimming Championships Kael Yorke displays his four medals at the media launch for the Central American and Caribbean Aquatics Championships (CCCAN) to be hosted here.

Trinidad and Tobago's top male performer at the 32nd Carifta Swimming and Open Water Championships Kael Yorke is now focused on trying to qualify for the July 19-23 Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas and the August 23-28 FINA World Junior Championships in the USA.

TOP AWARD: Team TTO’s Gabriela Donahue was named the Most Outstanding 13-14 female swimmer following her five individual gold medal haul at the Carifta Swimming Championships at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Complex in Nassau, Bahamas, which concluded Tuesday.

Gabriela Donahue was named the Most Outstanding 13-14 female swimmer following her five individual gold medal haul at the Carifta Swimming Championships at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Complex in Nassau, Bahamas.

Five-star Donahue shines

Hillview Capture SCCL Crown

HILLVIEW COLLEGE clinched the PowerGen Secondary Schools Cricket League Premier Division 50-over title, with a seven-wicket win over Shiva Boys in the final round at Honeymoon Park in El Dorado, yesterday.

Hillview school’s cricket champions

Hillview College dethroned Fatima College as champions of the PowerGen Secondary Schools cricket league yesterday with an emphatic seven-wicket win over Shiva Boys in Tunapuna.

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