TRINIDAD AND Tobago Red Force coach Augustus “Gus” Logie is impressed by the change of mentality of the team, in the second half of the 2015- 2016 Regional Four Day Championships.
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National Cricket Centre, Clifford Roach Drive, Balmain, Couva
Two contrasting but deeply controversial incidents have taken place in sport in recent weeks.
My insidethegames colleague Nick Butler is a decent sort, but he had me squirming this week with his column on cheating and the form of cricketing dismissal known as the “Mankad”.
Sports in Southern Trinidad got a shot in the arm on Sunday when work re-started at the Tarouba Stadium. Whilst officials of UDeCOTT were visiting the controversial venue, clean up exercises were on the way at what was supposed to be the pride of South in terms of Sporting arenas.
The exchange of letters between Darren Sammy, West Indies captain, and Michael Murihead, the CEO of the West Indies board, shows the deep divisions between players and administrators as World Twenty20 looms.
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