There is always a certain amount of issues when it comes to sport in the region and sometimes across the world.
'Contribute what you can,' members of the organizing committee of the 'Football For a Cause' that include national football coach Dennis Lawrence, Kyle Lequay, Nadine Khan and MX Prime, are urging people, ahead of tonight's charity football match at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.
“I have a lot of challenges,” Nicholas Griffith responds to Wired868’s pointed question. His answer was accompanied by an awkward, mirthless chuckle.
A SUM of $66,458 has collected, by way of financial contributions, from the Football For A Cause charity football match, which took place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on October 26.
London to undergo CT scans
Despite being treated and discharged after the violent attack by a La Brea mob last Thursday, national football referee Michael London returned to the San Fernando General Hospital yesterday to undergo a series of tests.
THE WATERLOO Institute will become the first Caribbean team to feature in the prestigious Mediterranean International Cup (MIC) when the 2017 edition takes place in Barcelona, Spain from April 11-16.
TEAM HOPE, coached by Brian Williams, defeated Team Relief, which included player/coach Angus Eve, 2-1 at the Football For A Cause charity match, which took place, on Friday evening, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.
Flow and Manchester United Football Club have partnered to bring “The Ultimate Football Experience” to footballers across 15 Caribbean countries.
Emerging footballer John-Paul Rochford, 15, the brother of Central FC centre, midfielder Jean-Luc Rochford, is one of three teenagers heading to Barbados in October to participate in the Digicel (Football) Academy.