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- The west side story - Bangalore Mirror
The abandoned West Indies series is a story of deceit, backroom manoeuvrings, ambition, politics and power struggle in West Indies cricket. It could make for a diabolic Hollywood script. ... Another angle to this saga is the internal power struggle ...
- Out of funds, Trinidad and Tobago close in on World Cup berth - Indian Express
The Trinidad and Tobago women's soccer team — which didn't have enough money for lunch when it arrived in the U.S. nearly two weeks ago — moved closer to the final stages of World Cup qualifying Monday with a 2-1 win over Guatemala in the CONCACAF ...
- West Indies cricket worries draw Australia attention - Power 102 FM
While the Trinidad and Tobago women's football team awoke this morning after the night in which they qualified for the key semifinal round of the CONCACAF Cup championship in the United States, the 15-player squad and staff of the West Indies cricket ...
- TTCB boss calls again for Sport Minister meeting - Trinidad News
THE TRINIDAD AND Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) has expressed its disappointment at not being afforded a promised meeting with Minister of Sports Dr Rupert Griffith to urgently address issues related to the withholding of funds from the national sports ...
- Watson named in 13-man T20 squad - Trinidad & Tobago Express
- Sachin wins hearts, wishes Bangladesh cricket well - DhakaTribune
- TTCB boss lauds players, officials - Trinidad News
- Lara, Sobers recall record-breaking knocks - Trinidad News
- Murray uncertain over WICB franchise system - Trinidad News
DERYCK MURRAY, the former national and West Indies wicket-keeper and former president of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB), is uncertain about the franchise system which is being implemented by the WI Cricket Board (WICB) ahead of the ...
- The backpacking cricket addict and cricket widow - ESPNcricinfo.com
It has been nearly three months since my wife Kathleen and I boarded a flight out of Newark International Airport in New Jersey headed for Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago - the first leg of a cricket journey around the world that is to culminate at ...