Mishak Peters, right, of Abilene Wildcats, wins the boys U17 800m final in a time of 2:03:54 secs, at the NGC/NAAA Jr Championships, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain, yesterday.

SHANIQUA Bascombe closed the NGC/NAAA National Junior Championships with a five-medal haul, the most of any athlete at the event, after taking two relay silver medals and the Girls Under-17 200m gold.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago captain Tasha St Louis (right) holds off Grenada defender Treasher Valcin during 2019 World Cup qualifying action at the Ato Boldon Stadium on 27 May 2018. (Copyright Annalisa Caruth/Wired868)

The result never looked in doubt as, by halftime, the Women Soca Warriors already led 6-0 and received a standing ovation en route to the dressing-room.

Jamal Shabazz, T&T senior women’s coach.

T&T’s senior women’s football team will be up against Mexico, Haiti and Nicaragua in Group B of the Women’s football tournament at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Barranquilla, Colombia in July.

FELICIAN Guerra will captain a 23-man TT rugby team against Bermuda in the Rugby Americas North Men’s 15s Tournament at the St Anthony’s College Ground in Westmoorings, at 4 pm, tomorrow.

TT and Rigtech Sonics rider Njisane Phillip, left, defeats Edgar Verdugo of Mexico in three rides to progress to the semi-finals of the PSL Fire on Wheels held at the National Cycling Centre, Couva, Saturday.

TT cyclist Njisane Phillip pedalled to gold in the men’s sprint in an event dominated by TT cyclists at the PSL Cycling Club Fire on Wheels UCI (International Cycling Union) Class II meet at the National Cycling Centre in Balmain, Couva, on Saturday night.

The former Chelsea youth players Grant Lunn (far left) and Gary Baker show their support for racism allegations made by four other former Chelsea players, who do not want to be identified. Photograph: Ben Lister

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