Military funeral for Kevon Carter today
Trinidad and Tobago and Defence Force midfielder lance corporal Kevon Carter will be given a full military funeral today, a week after suffering a heart attack while training with his professional club team.
Shark lovers trying to save Jaws
Conservationists have launched a campaign in the Caribbean country of Trinidad & Tobago, trying to stop locals and tourists from eating a popular delicacy - deep-fried shark sandwiches.
Can T&T win ten Olympic medals by 2024?
When you believe in something you must stand your ground. As an example it is my unwavering belief that Trinidad and Tobago can achieve an Olympic medal target of ten by the year 2024.
The sudden death by heart attack of army corporal Kevon Carter yesterday, has left members of the Defence Force football team reeling.
Trinidad striker Kevon Carter dies after training
The Caribbean Football Union says the 30-year-old striker died Friday morning at a hospital.
Ireland win impressed a lot
West Indies captain Darren Sammy deserves guarded credit. He did suggest that "West Indies will come back hard at Ireland" after disappointingly losing that 1st T-20-International in Jamaica last Wednesday.
Phillips, De Leon at TTFA clinic
Two stalwarts of Trinidad and Tobago football, former technical director and goalkeeper Lincoln Phillips, left, and ex-national standout Leroy De Leon, teamed up at the latest Community Youth Clinic held by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association .
Hot - Point'
Marcus Joseph, January's Pro League Player-of-the-Month, continued his goal-scoring hot streak in the Digicel Pro League when he scored two more goals as second-placed Point Fortin Civic FC scored a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Caledonia AIA yesterday evening at Mahaica Oval.
Brizendine inks seven for 2014
The Virginia Tech men's soccer team has signed seven players to National Letters of Intent as announced by head coach Mike Brizendine on Sunday afternoon.