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The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) seems to have quashed all hope of local gymnast Thema Williams securing a spot at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

A hat-trick by Gabriel Maharaj in the penultimate over was not enough as Carapichaima East scraped a one-wicket victory over Naparima College with five balls to spare in a dramatic Power- Gen Schools Intercol Twenty20 semi-final at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva, on Thursday.

The 2016 Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond 9-a-side Football League will be officially declared open on June 25 at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground with the customary march past of teams followed by the first match.

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“THE PROBLEMS currently being faced and experienced in the realm of West Indies cricket are reflective of the problems in society and as such, can only really be reformed and amended when Caribbean societies and their inhabitants begin to reform themselves.” This was one of the views shared by Prof Kenneth Ramchand who also suggested the formation(...)

THIS HEADLINE best sums up the gist of article. We had set off with an experienced hiking group, Island Hikers, to find one of the many falls tucked deep into the mountains of the Northern Range. Looking back on the experience, hike leader Jamal’s constant instruction of, “People look where yuh planting your feet,” was a premonition of things to co(...)

PAN MUSIC lovers got a taste of what master arranger Len “Boogsie” Sharpe has in store for the International Jazz Panyard Jam Session on today at Phase II Pan Groove panyard.

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