Category Archives: Sports News
Harbour master attorneys file criminal proceedings against Grenadian athlete Anderson Peters and his brother Kiddon Peters
Defence lawyers for the Harbour Master vessel have filed criminal proceedings against Grenadian athlete Anderson Peters and his brother Kiddon Peters. Attorney for the vessels owners Cajeton Hood says the action was filed last Friday more than a week after a … Continue reading
Minister of Sports and Community Development Shamfa Cudjoe, extends congratulations to the national relay teams at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. She says their efforts exemplified tenacity and determination to succeed. A release from the Minister says the overall performances of … Continue reading
Trinidad and Tobago’s 2008 Olympic men’s 4×100-metre relay team will receive their long-awaited gold medals tomorrow. The ceremony will be held at the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Switzerland. The team of Richard Thompson, Keston Bledman, Emmanuel Callander, Marc Burns … Continue reading
In light of a ruling by a high court judge that invalidated the appointment of Gary Griffith as Acting Commissioner of Police, there is an assurance that someone is in charge of the service. He is McDonald Jacob. Minister of … Continue reading
Saudi Arabia’s first Women’s Football League has begun, after being postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. More than 600 players for 24 teams based in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam are competing for a Championship Cup. The opening matches on Tuesday … Continue reading
With immediate effect the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has been suspended as a member of the world governing body FIFA. The suspension is until further notice. This development means Trinidad and Tobago cannot participate in any FIFA tournaments and … Continue reading
Trinbago Knight Riders creates history as it takes the Hero Caribbean Premiere League title in 12 straight unbeaten matches. The home team beat the St. Lucia Zouks by 8 wickets in an exciting final yesterday at the Brian Lara Cricket … Continue reading
Former FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner has been ordered to pay a 79 million U.S. dollar penalty stemming from the FIFA bribery scandal.
Former West Indies cricketer Brian Lara is hospitalised in India.
The football coach, charged with sexually molesting a teenaged girl, is granted $50,000 bail.