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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

It may not be the most popular sport on the island, but the exploits of Tobago’s Aqua Force are quickly making this ancient sport a house- hold name.

Yes, we are talking about dragon boat racing, a sport originated in China which requires a lot teamwork and core strength.

A team is comprised of a helmsman, drummer, pacers (those in the... Read more

Despite not winning the title or making it to the final, Canaan/Bon Accord Enforcers still had several reasons to celebrate over their efforts in this year's CCN/TV6 Community T10 League.

Enforcers all-rounder Antonio Providence was declared the Player of the Tournament while off-spinner Raj Singh finished as the tournament's leading wicket-taker.

The judges had it fairly easy after Providence, an opening... Read more

A group of Tobagonians are now determined more than ever to take their camaraderie to the next level by getting involved in activities which will bring awareness of lifestyle diseases to the man on the street.

The members of the Dos Fit Studio, fitness fanatics who train on the Mt. Pleasant hardcourt, are keen on improving not just their fitness... Read more

In what was deemed an historic moment for Tobago's basketball, sports manager at the International Basketball Federation (IBF) Nestor Rodriguez made a landmark visit to the island last Friday. 
Accompanying Rodriguez were members of the National Basketball Federation of Trinidad and Tobago (NBFTT) Garvin Warrick and Claire Mitchell. 
President of the Tobago Zonal Basketball Commission Kieron McDougal, together... Read more

Tobago’s Old Magics have been drawn in the same group with defending champions Defence Force Masters in this year’s fifth annual Tobago Invitational Masters (Over-40) Football Tournament.
Barbados’ Lime Masters and Trinidad’s Fish Alone are the other two teams in Group A.
The groups were recently finalised for the tournament, which kicks off this Friday (October 30) with... Read more

A change in surface did little to stem national beach football star Kevon “Showtime” Woodley’s goalscoring touch over the weekend.

Fresh from leading the national team to a beach volleyball title in the Bahamas, the Charlotteville native scored a second half hattrick to lead his team into the semi-finals of the First Citizens Cup.

Up against St Ann's Rangers at... Read more

Tobagonians Munchin McDougall and Kevon ‘Showtime’ Woodley played pivotal roles in leading Trinidad and Tobago’s beach soccer team to the Lucayan Cup at the Malcolm Park, Bahamas, recently.

The three-day round-robin tournament featured CONCACAF’s top-ranked beach soccer team Mexico and sixth-ranked hosts Bahamas vying for hon- ours alongside T&T.

In their opening match against front-runners Mexico on October 10,... Read more

For the second year running, Canaan/Bon Accord Enforcers TV6 T10 Community League campaign ended at the semi-final stage.

Up against Valleyline Smash- ers last Saturday at the Avidesh Samaroo Recreation Ground in Couva, Enforcers were beaten by five wickets despite posting a competitive 115 for 6 in their allotment of 10 overs.

After winning the toss and and batting, Enforcers... Read more

A Kerri McDonald goal three minutes into stoppage time earned Speyside High a much needed win against the visiting Trinity College as action in the BGTT/First Cit- izens Secondary Schools Football League Premier Divi- sion continued last Wednes- day.

A draw seemed on the cards in the clash at the Speyside Recreation Ground with the teams locked at 1-1 and... Read more