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Second Division outfit Calder Hall FC sent defending champs of the Tobago Football Association’s (TFA) Premier Division, Sidey's FC, packing from the FA Cup with a 1-0 win last Wednesday.

The winning goal was scored in the third minute of added on time by Kristoph Peters. In another massive result from quarter-finals, Black Rock United defeated Roxborough Lakers 3-1 with... Read more

Roxborough Gunners played unbeaten to win the inaugural Windward Tobago Windball cricket tournament last Sunday at the Cyd Gray Sporting Complex carpark in Roxborough.

Batting first in the seven overs affair, Roxborough Gunners made 80 for five with Navin Stewart topscoring with 27.

In reply, Goodwood Challengers stumbled to 37 all out with Afiba McKenna bowling his way to figures... Read more

Tomorrow’s 49th edition of the T&T Great Race may be in trouble after the T&T Powerboat Association failed to secure the services of the Strategic Services Agency (SSA) helicopters, which are operated by certified professionals with the ability to perform deep-water diving to save lives.

Roger Bell, a director on the TTPBA board, said his association was to hold an... Read more

Carib has ended its 16-year partnership with the long-standing Trinidad and Tobago Great Race, which takes place on August 19 this year.This was confirmed to the Tobago Today by Roger Bell, one of the directors of the Trinidad and Tobago Powerboat Association.

Bell said, “They opted out of the Great Race. We have a brand that is now 49 years... Read more

Central midfielder Adriel George and left winger Jaiye Sheppard are the only Tobagonians named in an 18-man Trinidad and Tobago Under-15 squad.George attends Bishop’s High School and plays for St. Clair Coaching School, while Sheppard is a student of Scarborough Secondary and a Phoenix FC player.

The team, which was named over the weekend by head coach Russell Latapy, left... Read more

Youth and communities with a passion for sports will have the opportunity to win cash, prizes and bragging rights in a district sports league highlighting young talent.Hosted by the Department of Sport, the initiative, titled the THA District Games, will be played in two age groups Under-14 and Under-18 in the disciplines of cricket, football and netball.

Aimed at increasing... Read more

Tobago’s YMCA Aqua Warriors placed second overall behind winners Tidal Wave Aquatics Swim Club Trinidad at the second annual Blink/bmobile swim classics at the Kendal Aquatic Facility in Bell Garden last Sunday.The team amassed a total of 762 points to Tidal Wave’s 886 at the event, which was hosted by the Tobago Youth Development Centre.

Warriors’ contingent comprised of two... Read more

T&T’s track and field stars have settled down in London, ahead of the start of today’s IAAF World Championships, which runs until August 13.The local athletes were totally consumed in preparations over the past few days under the watchful eyes of the technical staff, including manager Dexter Voisin, at the Brunel University and now at the Games Village anticipating their... Read more

Greece-based Krystle Esdelle led three players in double-figure scoring as T&T’s “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 Monda.Billed as being their biggest challenge... Read more

Seb Lear steered England’s Esher Rugby Club to the men’s Championship Division title, while Ciara Malone did the same for the United States’ Apotella Angels in the women’s division, as the Tobago International Rugby 7s tournament climaxed at the Black Rock Recreation Ground, Courland, last weekend.

Lear, who earned “Most Valuable Player” honours, was instrumental throughout in guiding the unbeaten... Read more

Tobago recently got its turn to play host, as players, supporters and officials representing various schools from Trinidad journeyed to the island to officially open this year’s Primary School’s Netball League. 

The teams donned their schools colours and represented as they participated in a keen march past competition. 

In the end, it was St Patrick’s Educational District of Trinidad that... Read more

Tobagonians are being called upon to pay stricter attention to how and where they build their homes.

This as the 300 people negatively affected by recent weather-related incidences may have to wait longer than usual for assistance for their properties to be restored from the Tobago Emergency Management Agency. Director of the agency, Allan Stewart, says steps have to been... Read more

Bishop’s High School dominated the Tobago Zone of the 2015 Secondary Schools Netball League, winning two of the age groups and the shooting competitions at the Shaw Park Hard Court last week.

The team, coached by veteran Joan Bedlow, defeated Scarborough Secondary Crystals 13-5 to take the Under-14 crown. 

The Under-14 division saw 15 teams divided into two groups with... Read more

Sidey's FC recently added the Tobago Football Association’s Premier Division Knockout title to their coffers.

The game was all but over in the first half as the 2015 FA Cup champs were 3-0 up at the half. 

The second period was more of the same as the Speyside-based team showed no mercy to their eastern rivals.

Leading marksman Pavel Warrick... Read more

Bon Accord Government Girls’ and Boys’ Under-15 team moved into the semi-finals of the Atlantic National Primary Schools Football League last week.

The girls travelled to Trinidad came away with a 2-1 win over Sangre Grande last Tuesday at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya.

Delecia Nicholson scored on either side of halftime for Bon Accord, who are now two wins... Read more

Paralympic gold medallist Akeem Stewart is begging the Tobago House of Assembly to refurbish the deplorable training facility for athletes at Shaw Park.

Stewart, who is a throwing sensation in the javelin, discus and shot put events at the F43 and F44 events, has put Trinidad and Tobago on the map by bringing home medals in the various categories at... Read more

Speyside High are faced with a daunting task to remain in the Premier Division of the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football league.

Following a 2-1 defeat to Fatima College last Saturday, the 'Mantas' will have to avoid defeat against lead- ers and newly crowned champions Naparima College tomorrow (October 28) at Speyside.

In only their first season in the top... Read more

Former Trinidad and Tobago cap- tain Dwight Yorke has thrown his hat into the ring for the Aston Villa job.

Villa legend Yorke, 43, says the post is very “appealing” after Tim Sherwood was sacked after just eight months in charge of the English Premier League side.

Former Everton boss David Moyes is the red hot bookies’ favourite but remains... Read more

“It wasn’t pretty, but the ultimate goal was achieved.”

Those were the words of assistant Signal Hill Secondary coach Corbin Cooper, after his team copped the Tobago Zone Secondary Schools Foot- ball League (SSFL) title against all odds at the Courland Recreation Ground in Black Rock last Saturday.

Entering the match against rivals Scarborough Secondary needing a solitary point to... Read more

Youth Stars remained in control of the Tobago Football Association’s Premier Division after a 4-0 whipping of Bethel United last week.

Khalid Kent fired in a hattrick as the 'Stars' remain a point ahead of Sidey's. Raul Trotman added the other item.

Pavel Warrick meanwhile scored both goals in a 2-1 win for defend- ing champs Sidey's over struggling Black... Read more