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OLATUNJI YEARWOOD’s name was in the mouths of many, even as he celebrated his 33rd birthday yesterday, not only because of his birthday but because he had gotten the nod from all four of The X Factor judges including Simon Cowell. Ola’s appearance before judges Cowell, Louis Tomlinson, Robbie Williams and Ayda Field performing his 2018 song Bodyline was aired ...

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Gayle relieved as Patriots end skid at home

CHRIS GAYLE, captain of the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, has dedicated their win over Jamaica Tallawahs to their fans as they ended their Caribbean Premier League losing streak at home on Sunday. The Patriots were on a poor run of form at Warner Park, before defeating Tallawahs by seven wickets on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method. The fans at Warner Park ...

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Brand Ola

OLATUNJI YEARWOOD’s name was in the mouths of many, even as he celebrated his 33rd birthday yesterday, not only because of his birthday but because he had gotten the nod from all four of The X Factor judges including Simon Cowell. Ola’s appearance before judges Cowell, Louis Tomlinson, Robbie Williams and Ayda Field performing his 2018 song Bodyline was aired ...

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Brand Ola

OLATUNJI YEARWOOD’s name was in the mouths of many, even as he celebrated his 33rd birthday yesterday, not only because of his birthday but because he had gotten the nod from all four of The X Factor judges including Simon Cowell. Ola’s appearance before judges Cowell, Louis Tomlinson, Robbie Williams and Ayda Field performing his 2018 song Bodyline was aired ...

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Gayle relieved as Patriots end skid at home

CHRIS GAYLE, captain of the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, has dedicated their win over Jamaica Tallawahs to their fans as they ended their Caribbean Premier League losing streak at home on Sunday. The Patriots were on a poor run of form at Warner Park, before defeating Tallawahs by seven wickets on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method. The fans at Warner Park ...

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G Madrid leave ‘Cool It’ in hot water

FORMER winners G Madrid left current champions Take That and Cool It in a hole on Sunday after beating them 1-0 in the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League. acheter asics The defeat leaves ‘Cool It’ winless after two fixtures and at the bottom of Group A with five group games remaining. ugg classic Basse With four teams advancing from ...

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TKR players meet young Newsday fans

A NUMBER of youngsters and their parents/guardians got a moment to remember yesterday when they met with players and the technical staff of reigning Caribbean Premier League (CPL) champions Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR), puma pas cher at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair. Yesterday’s meet and greet session, bottes ugg soldes which saw the young supporters receiving autographs and posing ...

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Calypso Girls retain AFNA crown

SHERDON PIERRE THE Calypso Girls are champions of the Americas Netball Federation Association (AFNA) once again after recording a resounding 65-51 victory over Barbados on Sunday night in front a sold-out crowd at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium, Barbados. An elated TT coach Wesley ‘Pepe’ Gomes said, “This is for Trinidad and Tobago! The game started point for point so it ...

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Sando Giants KO Guaya on penalties

REIGNING champions Guaya United have exited the TT Super League (TTSL) League Cup knock-out competition at the first round after a shock loss on penalties to San Fernando Giants on Sunday. The match finished 2-2 at full time after Guaya came from 0-2 down to draw level. chaussures puma pas cher Philvoughn Jones and Keston Grant scored in the 25th ...

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TTUTA’s rest and reflect more than solidarity for OWTU

AS Education Minister Anthony Garcia explores legal options to stop the TT Unified Teachers Association’s (TTUTA) threat to rest and reflect on Friday, basket timberland president of the union Lynsley Doodhai is saying the choice is much more than just an expression of solidarity with their colleagues in the oil industry. Doodhai said there are many issues affecting teachers, schools ...

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