It was carded as a day/night affair but Trinidad and Tobago required less then three hours to dispose of a listless Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners by nine wickets in their second match of the Regional Super50 yesterday.
Off-spinner Sunil Narine was brilliant, claiming five for 10 from 7.4 overs, to sink Marooners for 101 off 25.4 overs after the Barbabados-based unit opted to bat first at historic Kensington Oval.
Left-arm seamer Sheldon Cottrell picked up three for 40 while left-arm spinner Khary Pierre took two for 15.
Sunil Narine dazzled with the ball as the T&T Red Force hit back in the Super50 Cup with a convincing victory over the Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) Marooners.
Narine finished with 5-12 to help bowl the Marooners out for just 101 runs in 25.4 overs. Earlier, the Marooners won the toss and elected to bat first.
But for Ryan Hinds, who scored 32, no other batsman put up a fight.
Last June, BMX Freestyle was officially inducted into the Olympic Games and will make its debut in Tokyo in 2020. Though disorganised, it's been very popular across Trinidad and Tobago. The local sport's most famous face is Trevlon Hall.
On Tuesday, the president of the T&T BMX Freestyle Association sat down in a meeting with a small team of officials including Minister of Sport & Youth Affairs Darryl Smith, SporTT CEO Jason Williams and Cycling Technical Director Erin Hartwell to look at the possibility and future of the local sport.
Former T&T striker Stern John is targeting silverware in the CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship as he renewed his committment to Central FC for the season ahead.
Along with the club, he will unveil the 20-man squad for the trip to the Dominican Republic on Friday afternoon at the Marvin Lee Stadium. The squad is expected to include former T&T standouts such as Carlyle Mitchell and Densill Theobald as well as the return of midfielders Darren Mitchell and Keron Cummings.
Lawyers representing gymnast Thema Williams are seeking to have have the T&T Gymnastics Federation's defence to her multi-million dollar lawsuit against it, struck out. Senior Counsel Marin Daly signalled his intention to file an application during a case management hearing before Justice Frank Seepersad in the Port-of-Spain High Court on Tuesday.
Daly complained that the federation disobeyed Seepersad's order in relation to disclosing documents pertinent to Williams' lawsuit.
The Todd’s Road community recreation ground was officially handed over on Tuesday afternoon in Central Trinidad.
The upgrades included field works, drainage and the erection of a cricket net and bleachers, and was overseen by the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago. In accepting responsibility for the ground, chairman of the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation Henry Awong stressed the importance of sport for social cohesion and as a deterrent to crime.
West Indies players will not have to choose between club and country this August when the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) bowls off. That’s because Cricket West Indies (CWI) and the CPL organisers have come to an agreement on a window for this year’s edition. The tournament bowls off August 8th and ends on September 16th.