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Ahkeela Mollon was one of Trinidad & Tobago's scorers in their crucial win over Guyana ©Getty Images

Trinidad & Tobago thrashed Guyana 5-1 to reach the semi-finals of the North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) women's Olympic qualification tournament.

Read more: Trinidad & Tobago ease past Guyana to book semi-final with United States at Olympic qualifier

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago goal scorer Tasha St Louis (left) and teammate Karyn Forbes (right) celebrate during their 2-1 Rio Olympic qualifying win over Guatemala last night in Houston. (Courtesy CONCACAF)

A gutsy Kennya “Yaya” Cordner item and a stunning strike from playmaker Tasha St Louis propelled Trinidad and Tobago to a hard-fought 2-1 triumph last night over Guatemala in their opening CONCACAF 2016 Olympic Group B contest in Houston, Texas.

Read more: St Louis stunner propels W/Warriors to 2-1 qualifying win over Guatemala

Randy Harris . . . the man in his kingdom

KEIR RADNEDGE in BRIDGETOWN —- They just don’t get it, so many politicians and officials, fans and media – especially, sometimes, the media – from among football’s elite nations when it comes to pondering whether FIFA lives or dies.

Read more: Worlds apart . . . the other side of the coin which makes FIFA worth saving from itself

TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene

Teams seeking entry into the T&T Pro League must show that they are able to stand on their own financially or else it will not be considered. 

Read more: No Govt help for new teams in Pro League

Claudia Pechstein, a German speedskater, is challenging the fairness of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, a move that could invalidate mandatory arbitration to settle international disputes. SERGEI ILNITSKY / EUROPEAN PRESSPHOTO AGENCY

The Court of Arbitration for Sport has for decades served as the final arbiter on sports disputes throughout the world, ruling on thousands of cases ranging from trifling to momentous. The court enabled Oscar Pistorius to run against able-bodied athletes, upheld the cyclist Floyd Landis’s doping suspension and prevented Luis Suárez from overturning his suspension from soccer for biting an opponent at the 2014 World Cup.

Read more: Speedskater Is Poised to Upend Rule of Sports’ Highest Court

Trinidad and Tobago’s 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying competition kicks off today with the “Women Warriors” taking on Central American rivals Guatemala this evening at the BBVA Stadium in Houston, Texas, at 9pm (T&T time).

Read more: Women Warriors embark on Olympic campaign*

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