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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.

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West Indies captain Jason Holder bats during Day Five of the Second Test between Pakistan and West Indies at Zayed Cricket Stadium on Tuesday. West Indies lost the match by 133 runs to make it eight straight losses on the tour to UAE. Photo courtesy Windiescricket

ST JOHN’S—Legendary West Indies captain Sir Viv Richards believes the poor run of results in the current series against Pakistan could be a sign that tensions between players and the West Indies Cricket Board may be reaching breaking point.

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Caledonia’s Technical Director Jamaal Shabazz is excited about his club returning to Morvant this weekend for their derby match up, against Defence Force, in the Digicel Pro League at the Morvant Recreation Ground, Park Street from 3.45pm this afternoon.

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A hearing took place in Lausanne last week following Nesta Carter's retests ©Getty Images

Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter is poised to learn his fate after an International Olympic Committee (IOC) disciplinary panel met to discuss his results following retests of Beijing 2008 doping samples.

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Marsha Mark-Baird with gold medal Marsha Mark-Baird of Trinidad and Tobago (centre), celebrates after receiving her gold medal after her victory in the women's 40-44 long jump at the 2015 World Masters Track and Field Championships in Lyon, France. At left is silver medallist Nataliia Sorokina of the Ukraine and right, bronze medallist American Rachel Guest. (Photo courtesy-WMA)

Marsha Mark-Baird successfully defended her women's 40-44 heptathlon title on the fourth day of action at the 2016 World Masters Track and Field Championships at the Ern Clark Athletic Centre in Perth, Australia on Saturday (October 29). On the second and final day of the two-day, seven-discipline Mark-Baird amassed 5390 points to take the gold. At the end of the first day she was in second place with a score of 3139 points behind American Rachel Guest (3206) after her 12.27sec effort in the 80m hurdles, 1.54m/High jump, 10.21m/Shot put and 28.10 sec/200m. However on Day two Mark-Baird moved ahead with a strong efforts in the long jump (5.40m) and javelin (38.50m) before clocking 2:40.23 in the 800m to retain the crown she won at the last World Champs in Lyon, France one year earlier. Guest took the sliver (5180) ahead of Sweden's Primrose Ulegård (3962). Mark, Baird, a two-time Olympian, won TT's first medal in Perth and will be aiming to defend her long jump title as well later in the championships.

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Two overtime finals in handball, won by Qatar's men and Vietnam's women, were other highlights ©Twitter/QOC

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