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TRINIDAD AND Tobago women’s volleyball team avenged their defeat to Australia last week with a 3-1 comprehensive victory to record their first win in the second round of FIVB Women’s World Grand Prix, Group Three Pool D-3 series which started on Friday evening at the National Cycling Centre, Couva.

WE ALL live under the same sky but we don’t see the same horizon. If reality were objective we would all have a uniform view, but because it is subjective we see different things and think and behave differently.

NORTH EAST Stars took advantage of complacency shown by W Connection to battle to a 2-2 draw, in their top-of-the-table Round One Match Day Six clash in the TT Pro League.

YOUTH CRICKETER Jonathan Frederick of Fishing Pond will be heading to England on Tuesday with the Secondary Schools Cricket League (SSCL) for a 20- day tour with stops at Cornwall, Somerset and London.

NERVOUS errors inside the final minutes of their ninth- 16th place quarter-final in the Netball World Youth Cup saw the junior Trinidad and Tobago “Calypso Girls” netballers sink to a heart-breaking 44-43 defeat by Wales in Gaborone, Botswana, yesterday.

AKEEM STEWART, the men’s discus F44 F43/44 silver medallist at last year’s Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will start his quest for gold at the World Para Athletics Championships in London, England today, when he participates in the discus final.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago extended their unbeaten run at the Cricket West Indies Regional Under- 17 tournament with a crushing eight wicket win over Guyana at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair yesterday.

TWO TRINIDAD and Tobago Youth Beach Soccer Teams will leave for Nassau, Bahamas today to participate at the Youth Commonwealth Games.

THE NATIONAL men’s programme has entered a training camp in preparation for the forthcoming Pan Am Cup which will be held in Lancaster, United States from August 4-13.



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