March, 2007

Parliament gets Court date for Panday matter

The Trinidad House of Representatives is getting its day in Court Monday. That is when Clerk of Parliament, Jacqui Sampson Jacent, will ask the High Court to make a ruling on whether Basdeo Panday can re-take his Couva North seat.

WANTED: One miracle for the West Indies

ANOTHER weak display by the West Indies in a stadium named after one of its proudest and most powerful cricketing citizens has left the home team in danger of becoming an irrelevance in a World Cup tournament that promised much in the early stages.

ICC reprimands Peterson

South African spinner Robin Peterson earned the dubious distinction of becoming the first player to get an official reprimand in the ongoing World Cup on Thursday.

Oram and Styris add to Windies’ woes

Jacob Oram and Scott Styris starred in New Zealand’s seven-wicket win over the West Indies as the Black Caps began their Super Eight campaign in style at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium here Thursday.