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While the sport of netball usually features the ladies, one man is making a difference in the local sport.

Joel Brown is an international umpire, who rose through the ranks to now travel the world and officiate the sport.

Ryan B...

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Legendary Brazilian footballer, Cafu has told a select group of Laventille's best footballers that family, God and service to society must guide their paths in the sport.
Cafu was here yesterday on the invitation of the TTFA to play against...

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The T&T hockey men suffered a 7-4 defeat at the hands of Dutch club Den Bosch today. The local boys endured a tough opener. There were goals from Akim Toussaint and...

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With Venezuela having one of the largest incidents of malaria cases in the region, the government says it is ramping up screening at ports of entry.

Leader of government business in the Senate Franklin Khan was asked about measures in...

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In the most embarrassing of circumstances, the T&R Red Force was trounced this afternoon by the CCC Marooners in the second semi-final of the Super50 Cup.

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It was a tight race to the top in the latest precision masters shooting event in Chaguaramas.

At the end of the day, Dave Ramlal managed to pull away from the pack, but the battle for a top-five finish was intense.

Here's Ryan...

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We pedal off the work week on the tracks of Mexico, where T&T cyclists dominated the elite track cycling pan am championships over the last five days.

Nicholas Paul came of age in a sparkling display, but as Ryan Bachoo tells us, there...

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There were scenes of jubilation at the Piarco International airport as T&T's under 21 netballers returned home from St Maarten.

The under 21's qualified for youth world cup to be played in Botswana next year.

Astil Renn caught...

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Squash coach Roger Salandy recently launched the sport's first ever academy recently which signals the dawn of a new era in the sport, regionally.

The aim of the academy is to help develop squash in T&T and the Caribbean.

Ryan...

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Now, Mr. Infantino faced the press later this afternoon on various topics about global football.

Within the press conference came a major announcement from the minister of sport and youth affairs.

The TTFA's wait for a home has...

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