Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith said he is waiting on answers to points raised in his press statement this evening before deciding on the fate of the 2020 Commissioner’s Cup.
RECENTLY-FORMED local football team Real West Fort United are trying to protect its players from the covid19 pandemic as the club have formed a partnership with the TT Manufacturers Association (TTMA).
FORMER national footballer and Under-17 team coach Ron La Forest hopes to develop quality footballers through his new club Real West Fort United.
COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith has endorsed the staging of the second annual TT Police Service Commissioner’s Cup, which is set to take place at the Police Academy, St James from August 13-24.
The nation's wealthiest and most renowned cricket club Queen's Park has been hit hard by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that started in March and as a result, the club was forced to make drastic changes brought on by force majeure.
United National Congress candidate for San Fernando West Sean Sobers will kick off his community football event today at Naparima College Grounds in San Fernando. Sobers, however, assured that proper protocols in keeping with the Ministry of Health guidelines will be enforced.
THE covid19 pandemic, which put a halt on sports both locally and globally, has allowed us to reminisce of the glory days of sports in T&T. One of the sporting events that brought so many delight to western Trinidad was the Port of Spain Football League (POSFL) in the Queen’s Park Savannah.
England defender turned Trinidad and Tobago national team coach Terry Fenwick is again attracting attention, this time over financial dealings around his Football Factory youth school with growing suspicion that money intended for player scholarships to the UK has gone missing.
DESPITE being a relatively new addition to the football scene in Chaguanas, the Woodford Sweaters Football Club (WSFC) is determined to promote a sense of camaraderie not only among its members but within the community, as they strive to be their brother’s keeper during the covid19 pandemic. The club, which was created in 2015 by a group of friends who enjoyed playing casual matches, came together to collect food supplies and distribute hampers for families in need in their Chaguanas community last weekend.