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Former national under 21 goalkeeper Kwasi Emmanuel, centre, poses with his brothers Kristien and Keiron at the 2016 Pan Am Hockey Tournament in Canada.

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Petal Derry (left) and Jordan Vieira with their Most Valuable Player trophies at yesterday’s TTHB 2017 award ceremony.

Jordan Vieira and Petal Derry were named as the Most Valuable Players, in the respective men’s and women’s departments, as the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) held its annual award ceremony yesterday.

Read more: Vieira, Derry named TT Hockey MVPs

T&T’s midfield/forward Kristien Emmanuel, right, fires a shot towards Czech Republic goalkeeper Pavel Hraba, left, while Czech defender Ales Perinka looks on, during Wednesday’s encounter which T&T lost 7-2.

T&T senior men’s indoor hockey squad ended their campaign at the Fifth FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup with a heart-breaking 3-2 last minute defeat at the hands of Russia at the 7,000 seater Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany, yesterday.

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T&T’s indoor men’s hockey players before the start of the 2017 Indoor Pan American Cup Men’s final against Argentina in Guyana. The T&T players seen are, left to right, Kristien Emmanuel, Marcus James, Dwain Kwan Chan, Jordan Reynos, Mickell Pierre and Ron Alexander (goalkeeper).

T&T’s senior men’s indoor hockey players have dedicated their authoratative 7-0 over Argentina last night, in the 2017 Pan American Indoor Cup Men’s Tournament final, to their coach Raphael Govia whose father, Winston Govia passed away on Friday.

Read more: T&T hockey men, World Cup bound

Trinidad and Tobago’s Kristien Emmanuel (centre) tries to get the ball from Australia’s Jake Sherren (left) during yesterday’s match in the FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup in Berlin, Germany. Also in photo are TT’s captain Solomon Eccles (right) and goalkeeper Ron Alexander. PHOTO COURTESY FIH.

AKIM TOUSSAINT notched a hat-trick yesterday as Trinidad and Tobago earned their first win in the FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup, at the Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany.

Read more: TT notch first Hockey World Cup win

International Hockey Federation (FIH) Executive Board member Hazel Kennedy believes female sporting leaders need to be encouraged at a national level so that they can then makes strides globally.

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