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 PRESIDENT Maria Thomas
 SECRETARY Annette Knott 
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The Trinidad and Tobago Rugby Football Union (TTRFU) unveiled the national men and women’s teams through a “Meet the Players” event at the Prison Sports grounds last Friday. The event was the creative idea of General Assistant Secretary/ Treasurer Karl Muckette who planned and executed the event as a means of introducing the players representing the country at the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens Tournament which gets underway on Saturday.

THE LATE Caribs and Trinidad and Tobago rugby player Jason ‘Moon’ Clark will be remembered for his generous spirit, as well as the love and respect he showed to all that he met as well as persons he grew familiar with.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - Marking one month until Rugby Americas North (RAN) crowns two regional sevens champions, 14 men's teams and ten women's teams have been confirmed to participate in the annual international competition. CIC Grounds at St. Mary's College has been selected as the tournament venue, giving teams and spectators alike a chance to experience high caliber rugby in a festival-like atmosphere close to downtown, parks and the island's coastline. Matches will take place over two days on November 12th and 13th, 2016.

USA Rugby have asked the American public to donate a total of $50,000 (£39,000/€45,000) to cover various costs for their men’s and women’s sevens sides which are due to compete at next month’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

At this most difficult time the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee ( TTOC ) extends sincerest condolences -on the passing of Jason 'Moon' Clark -to Andy and Josephine Clark and the Clark family, The Caribs Rugby Club, The Trinidad and Tobago Rugby Football Union (TTRFU ).

Bill Beaumont has called for World Rugby to guard against complacency having officially begun his mandate as the international governing body's chairman today.