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Cricket Anyone / Our ODI Skipper
« on: June 03, 2014, 04:30:04 PM »
I honestly try to like bravo and then i keep seeing this kinda nonsense
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjAJI0-86W0

keep dancing and singing yes....steupse

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Football / Pro League Footballer Shot?
« on: July 29, 2013, 05:08:06 PM »
Heard a headline that a pro league footballer was shot by police and st anns residents protesting
Anyone knows anything further?

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Cricket Anyone / The Ashes 2013
« on: July 10, 2013, 10:32:12 AM »
England bowl down for 215 and now Australia trying their best to get out for less.
Wish Australia could beat them, but it looking highly unlikely based on form

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Football / Couple of Football Pics
« on: April 15, 2013, 06:36:46 PM »
Figured this would be the easiest way to share some football/ West Indies related photos...Plenty more to go through but took the ones that had descriptions etc

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.920499774359.1073741825.44805892&type=1

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Cricket Anyone / WI vs Zim 2nd Test
« on: March 20, 2013, 09:29:16 AM »
Zim again seems to be throwing away a good start. Gabriel got the first wicket totally deceiving the batsman when he was shaping the ball away for the over and one went straight on and batsman left it to get bowled.
second wicket was pretty lucky, roach took a good catch off a full toss
43/2

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Jokes / where meh keys?
« on: April 13, 2012, 12:50:03 PM »

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General Discussion / Doubles in the 21st Century
« on: December 06, 2011, 12:06:34 PM »
Forget McD's...Doubles directory app for the bb out now.
Go have to try it out when I am home

http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/61465

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Cricket Anyone / Something like WI vs something like ENgland T20
« on: September 23, 2011, 07:57:40 AM »
Well both sides real lacking players..Nice sunshine right now. Weather cool..Heading down in the Oval to take it in.
Really hoping for a competitive game. Can't handle watching the WI side get a blow out, but for some reason I feeling slightly optimistic. Maybe is cuz i feel the Eng players cudnt give a damn about this game either really.

Game starts 1 15pm TT Time

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Cricket Anyone / Bravo stick to yuh day job
« on: August 02, 2011, 09:49:04 AM »
He better work on his bowling and batting and get out the recording studio..

 :rotfl:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Wk-fUvXbw8

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Football / Ref held with Heroin
« on: September 21, 2010, 07:29:15 PM »
NEW YORK (AP)

The referee involved in Italy's controversial elimination from football's 2002 World Cup was caught at Kennedy Airport with bags of heroin attached to his body, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested Byron Moreno late Monday after he arrived in New York on a commercial flight from his native Ecuador.

2010 FIFA WORLD CUP

    * Galarcep: U.S. Soccer's control issues
    * Thumbs down to extra time proposal
    * Trecker: Player fatigue hurting football
    * Burns: Wacky Maradona will be missed
    * WC ref arrested for smuggling heroin
    * Webster: Forty impressions from SA
    * Redknapp favorite to replace Capello
    * Patrice Evra ban upheld by French FA

PHOTOS AND VIDEO

    * World Cup images homepage
    * Spain celebrates world title in Madrid
    * Final: Spain vs. Netherlands
    * Ticket to SA: Spain's ultimate glory
    * Ticket to SA: Germans take third

During a routine inspection, Moreno "became visibly nervous," according to a complaint filed in federal court in Brooklyn.

A customs agent felt "hard objects on the defendant's stomach, back and both of his legs," the complaint said. A strip search revealed that the lumps were 10 clear plastic bags containing more than 10 pounds of heroin, it said.

A judge jailed Moreno without bail on a drug smuggling charge. There was no immediate response to a message left Tuesday with his attorney.

Moreno enraged Italian fans in 2002 when he ejected Francesco Totti, giving the Italian a second yellow card for an alleged dive in the penalty area 13 minutes into overtime of a 2-1 loss to South Korea in the World Cup's second round.

A 111th-minute goal by Italy's Damiano Tommasi that would have advanced Italy was disallowed, apparently for offside, and South Korea was awarded a penalty kick - that goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon saved - for a foul by Christian Panucci against Seol Ki-hyeon.

"I think Moreno already had the (heroin) in 2002, but not in his underwear, in his body," Buffon said. "Joking aside, when sports people get involved in drug cases it means they're scraping the bottom of the barrel.

"It also means they've lost the real meaning of the sport, which is also to save kids from the street and various dangers, like drugs," Buffon said.

In 2003, Ecuadorean soccer officials suspended Moreno for 20 games after a domestic match drew complaints about him from both teams. He added 11 minutes of stoppage time to a game between domestic clubs Barcelona and Liga de Quito without recording it.

He resigned a short time later.

Moreno also refereed the United States' opening 3-2 upset of Portugal at the 2002 World Cup
foxNEW YORK (AP)

The referee involved in Italy's controversial elimination from football's 2002 World Cup was caught at Kennedy Airport with bags of heroin attached to his body, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested Byron Moreno late Monday after he arrived in New York on a commercial flight from his native Ecuador.

2010 FIFA WORLD CUP

    * Galarcep: U.S. Soccer's control issues
    * Thumbs down to extra time proposal
    * Trecker: Player fatigue hurting football
    * Burns: Wacky Maradona will be missed
    * WC ref arrested for smuggling heroin
    * Webster: Forty impressions from SA
    * Redknapp favorite to replace Capello
    * Patrice Evra ban upheld by French FA

PHOTOS AND VIDEO

    * World Cup images homepage
    * Spain celebrates world title in Madrid
    * Final: Spain vs. Netherlands
    * Ticket to SA: Spain's ultimate glory
    * Ticket to SA: Germans take third

During a routine inspection, Moreno "became visibly nervous," according to a complaint filed in federal court in Brooklyn.

A customs agent felt "hard objects on the defendant's stomach, back and both of his legs," the complaint said. A strip search revealed that the lumps were 10 clear plastic bags containing more than 10 pounds of heroin, it said.

A judge jailed Moreno without bail on a drug smuggling charge. There was no immediate response to a message left Tuesday with his attorney.

Moreno enraged Italian fans in 2002 when he ejected Francesco Totti, giving the Italian a second yellow card for an alleged dive in the penalty area 13 minutes into overtime of a 2-1 loss to South Korea in the World Cup's second round.

A 111th-minute goal by Italy's Damiano Tommasi that would have advanced Italy was disallowed, apparently for offside, and South Korea was awarded a penalty kick - that goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon saved - for a foul by Christian Panucci against Seol Ki-hyeon.

"I think Moreno already had the (heroin) in 2002, but not in his underwear, in his body," Buffon said. "Joking aside, when sports people get involved in drug cases it means they're scraping the bottom of the barrel.

"It also means they've lost the real meaning of the sport, which is also to save kids from the street and various dangers, like drugs," Buffon said.

In 2003, Ecuadorean soccer officials suspended Moreno for 20 games after a domestic match drew complaints about him from both teams. He added 11 minutes of stoppage time to a game between domestic clubs Barcelona and Liga de Quito without recording it.

He resigned a short time later.

Moreno also refereed the United States' opening 3-2 upset of Portugal at the 2002 World Cup
foxNEW YORK (AP)

The referee involved in Italy's controversial elimination from football's 2002 World Cup was caught at Kennedy Airport with bags of heroin attached to his body, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested Byron Moreno late Monday after he arrived in New York on a commercial flight from his native Ecuador.

2010 FIFA WORLD CUP

    * Galarcep: U.S. Soccer's control issues
    * Thumbs down to extra time proposal
    * Trecker: Player fatigue hurting football
    * Burns: Wacky Maradona will be missed
    * WC ref arrested for smuggling heroin
    * Webster: Forty impressions from SA
    * Redknapp favorite to replace Capello
    * Patrice Evra ban upheld by French FA

PHOTOS AND VIDEO

    * World Cup images homepage
    * Spain celebrates world title in Madrid
    * Final: Spain vs. Netherlands
    * Ticket to SA: Spain's ultimate glory
    * Ticket to SA: Germans take third

During a routine inspection, Moreno "became visibly nervous," according to a complaint filed in federal court in Brooklyn.

A customs agent felt "hard objects on the defendant's stomach, back and both of his legs," the complaint said. A strip search revealed that the lumps were 10 clear plastic bags containing more than 10 pounds of heroin, it said.

A judge jailed Moreno without bail on a drug smuggling charge. There was no immediate response to a message left Tuesday with his attorney.

Moreno enraged Italian fans in 2002 when he ejected Francesco Totti, giving the Italian a second yellow card for an alleged dive in the penalty area 13 minutes into overtime of a 2-1 loss to South Korea in the World Cup's second round.

A 111th-minute goal by Italy's Damiano Tommasi that would have advanced Italy was disallowed, apparently for offside, and South Korea was awarded a penalty kick - that goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon saved - for a foul by Christian Panucci against Seol Ki-hyeon.

"I think Moreno already had the (heroin) in 2002, but not in his underwear, in his body," Buffon said. "Joking aside, when sports people get involved in drug cases it means they're scraping the bottom of the barrel.

"It also means they've lost the real meaning of the sport, which is also to save kids from the street and various dangers, like drugs," Buffon said.

In 2003, Ecuadorean soccer officials suspended Moreno for 20 games after a domestic match drew complaints about him from both teams. He added 11 minutes of stoppage time to a game between domestic clubs Barcelona and Liga de Quito without recording it.

He resigned a short time later.

Moreno also refereed the United States' opening 3-2 upset of Portugal at the 2002 World Cup
foxsports.com

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Quizz Time & Facts / North South Classic Quiz
« on: April 07, 2010, 10:10:39 AM »
Reading the last question it reminds me of a story
Which north south classic was blown off by the ref before the 90mins was completed and who went on to the field to ask the ref "What the ass yuh doing, do you think all these people paid money to watch you?"
Now realize i don't have the exact year...but if anyone knows the story they will know who the person was to tell the ref that to let the game continue.
Tallman let some people take a chance first

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General Discussion / Anyone tried this?
« on: March 17, 2010, 08:31:22 PM »
I hear they have a new beer by carib called black wolf, a dark beer at 6.5%.
Anyone tried it and if so what they thought about it? I trying to get some sent across this weekend so i could test it out myself but i was wondering what the general thoughts on it were so far.
and no tallman i not giving up on stag, amen that they started brewing it here in grenada so it's no problem to get my normal supply

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General Discussion / Steupse what an idiot
« on: November 13, 2009, 01:33:05 PM »
LA MARQUE, Texas - A man blamed a low-flying pelican and a dropped cell phone for his veering his million-dollar sports car off a road and into a salt marsh near Galveston.

The accident happened about 3 p.m. Wednesday on the frontage road of Interstate 45 northbound in La Marque, about 35 miles southeast of Houston.

The Lufkin, Texas, man told of driving his luxury, French-built Bugatti Veyron when the bird distracted him, said La Marque police Lt. Greg Gilchrist.

The motorist dropped his cell phone, reached to pick it up and veered off the road and into the salt marsh. The car was half-submerged in the brine about 20 feet from the road when police arrived.
Story continues below ↓advertisement | your ad here
msn.com
Gilchrist said he doesn't know if the car was salvageable, but in his words, "Salt water isn't good for anything." He says the man, whose identity hasn't been released, was not injured.

Celebrity driver
The police declined to release the driver's name, although the incident has drawn a great deal of attention on his vehicle.

The Houston Chronicle reported the Texan has become something of a celebrity. He reportedly told the Texas City wrecker driver who towed his car that California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger called him Wednesday, along with several other celebrities.

“He said he was getting so many calls that he finally stopped answering his phone,” said wrecker driver Gilbert Harrison of MCH Truck and Auto, which is storing the car.

But Harrison said the driver seemed to take his very expensive mistake in stride.

“He was calm,” Harrison told the Chronicle. “If it had been me, I'd have been cussing, but he was calm. I imagine inside he was probably pretty upset.”

The Bugatti Veyron is the fastest and most expensive production car in the world.

A 2006 Bugatti Veyron was recently offered for sale in Jonesboro, Ark., for $1.25 million.
www.msn.com

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Cricket Anyone / WI Warm Up
« on: April 21, 2009, 09:47:49 AM »
Trying to follow the WI warm up in England. I see Simmons and Nash both are listed as retired hurt..Are they really injured or just decided they got in enough batting and giving the rest of the players a chance to get used to the conditions?

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Football / USA vs El Salvador
« on: March 28, 2009, 07:27:47 PM »
Usa downa  goal!

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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Gayelle TV
« on: March 03, 2009, 06:09:11 PM »
never really used to watch this channel when i was in Trinidad...but now catch they have a parody of "Synergy Next Top Model"...it is called "Next Synergistic Top Model".. Hear nah, this is real kix! Has it's own Ms J, Cyat Slawtah, A Little Bit, Saucy Ow (the past season winner apparently) to name some of the cast members.
Showing now on gayelle...

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Football / Jack get he money
« on: February 02, 2009, 05:33:17 PM »
Now watching Gayelle (is my only Trini news source in Grenada, amen for it)...
See the ministry has "reimbursed" the ttff for money spent on salaries etc...i missed most of the report so I sure more local based could say exactly how much money ( i think i heard $6million) and what it supposed to cover.
Funny part was i heard jack saying how this shows that TTFF is being transparent in its affairs

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General Discussion / Arrested Goat
« on: January 27, 2009, 07:56:07 AM »
LAGOS (Reuters) – Police in Nigeria are holding a goat on suspicion of attempted armed robbery.

Vigilantes took the black and white beast to the police saying it was an armed robber who had used black magic to transform himself into a goat to escape arrest after trying to steal a Mazda 323.

"The group of vigilante men came to report that while they were on patrol they saw some hoodlums attempting to rob a car. They pursued them. However one of them escaped while the other turned into a goat," Kwara state police spokesman Tunde Mohammed told Reuters by telephone.

"We cannot confirm the story, but the goat is in our custody. We cannot base our information on something mystical. It is something that has to be proved scientifically, that a human being turned into a goat," he said.

Belief in witchcraft is widespread in parts of Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation. Residents came to the police station to see the goat, photographed in one national newspaper on its knees next to a pile of straw.

yahoonews

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Football / SOuth America U-20
« on: January 19, 2009, 04:54:23 PM »
so anybody takin on this tournament? Peru and ecuador about to start now on sportsmax

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Other Sports / Trinidad Coast to Coast
« on: October 20, 2008, 06:43:56 AM »
not sure if anyone followed this race this weekend. But it really was amazing. Me and couple friends were the support / drinking crew for team run runners. Next year we are all hoping to take part as a team. These people are amazing to come from toco lighthouse to kayak centre all on human power, riding, hiking, and kayaking.
The winner is a total beast from new zealand..Did all the stages in a time of 10 hrs 34 mins..to put that in perspective our friends did the second day in a total of 11hrs.

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Football / Southern Football League Golden Anniversary Souvenir
« on: September 02, 2008, 05:37:32 PM »
Well Tallman have me digging thru and scanning pics from the gramps articles etc. So while i scan i cud type up a couple of the interesting things from this booklet. Maybe Tallman will post some pics after

The President's Address

Fifty years is a long time in the life of any organization, and as President of the Southern Football League, as well as President of the Trinidad Football Association, I will consider it a great privilege to send this message to members and supporters of the League on the occasion of its Golden Anniversary.
    The league was founded in 1922 as an off-shoot of the Southern Amateur Football Assoc. and had its headquarters at Usine. The late Mr Mark moody-Stuart was the first President, with Mr Percy Knox as Secretary. In those days, there were only three recognised bodies controlling football in Trinidad and Tobago (TAFA, SAFA and SAFL) whereas today, there are eleven affiliates and a large number of what we call Minor Leagues, all doing the important job of catering to the needs of footballers in the various areas.
    The SFL under the guidance of people such as Mark Moody-Stuart, Reg Adamson, George Nixon, 'Sonny' Vincent Brown, "Eddie Hart", Alfred Hodgeson, V.St.C. Berment, Eddie Furlonge, FAD Griffiths, Goorshaire Hassanali, Ahamad CHarles, Carlyle Andrews, Douglas Baurzey, Oscar Harvey, Ivan Carter, Cax Baptiste and others too numerous to mention, has contributed in no small measure to the progress of soccer football in the Country and I have no doubt will continue to do so in the years ahead.
   However, there is a trend in some quarters today towards liquidating the various Affiliates and placing the complete control of football in the hands of one central body. It is to my considered opinion that this is the wrong approach, as the strength of the TFA lies in its Affiliates and rather than weakening or liquidating them, we ought to be strengthening them as well as making it possible for the "Minors" to join the TFA as Associate Members. The SFL as always, stands firmly behind the TFA in its efforts to improve the football in Trinidad and Tobago, but will not subscribe to the demise of the Affiliated Leagues and Associations, least of all to its own demise.
     Our standard of football has improved tremendously, playing conditions are getting better each year, and Government is giving more support than ever before. It is therefore up to each and everyone of us to rededicate ourselves to the further development of football in the League, and in Trinidad and Tobago during the second half of our first century.
                   
                                                                                      K. Galt
                                                                                      President,
                                                                                      SFL & TFA

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General Discussion / Me eh taking no bus in Canada nah
« on: July 31, 2008, 05:46:44 PM »
This story is so sad...wonder what trip off de fella

Bus Passenger Beheaded

As horrified travelers watched, a Greyhound Canada bus passenger repeatedly stabbed and then decapitated a young man who was sitting and sleeping beside him, a witness said Thursday.
 "There was a bloodcurdling scream. I was just reading my book, and all of a sudden, I heard it," Garnet Caton, who was sitting in front of the two men, said of the Wednesday night incident west of Portage la Prairie in Manitoba.

"It was like something between a dog howling and a baby crying, I guess you could say," Caton said. "I don't think it will leave me for a while."

Passengers exited the bus, and a trucker who stopped provided wrenches and crowbars to several of them so they could keep the suspect on the bus until police came, witnesses told Canadian TV.

The suspect was seized with the help of negotiators, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sgt. Steve Colwell said. Video Watch Colwell discuss the case »

He said no formal charges had been filed, and he declined to identify either the man in custody or the victim, who were among 34 passengers.

The was no immediate indication of what prompted the attack, Colwell said. He said he didn't know how many times the victim was stabbed. Witnesses described the weapon as a large butcher-type knife.

Caton told The Associated Press that the victim appeared to be about 19 years old and had gotten on the bus in Edmonton.

Colwell praised the "extraordinary" level-headedness and bravery of the bus driver and passengers.

"What you saw and what you experienced would shake the most seasoned police officer. And yet I'm told that each of you acted swiftly, calmly and bravely," Colwell said. "As a result, no one else was injured."

The police received a call reporting the attack at 8:30 p.m. By the time they arrived at the scene, everyone except the knife-wielder and his victim had left the bus, Colwell said. The incident ended about 1:30 a.m.

The bus was traveling along the Trans-Canada Highway from Edmonton, Alberta, to Winnipeg, Manitoba, and was about 45 minutes from its destination when the attack occurred, Greyhound spokeswoman Abby Wambaugh said in Dallas, Texas.

Caton said the victim was sleeping with his head leaning against the window when the attack happened. Caton said he shouted at the other passengers, many of whom also were sleeping, to leave. Video Watch Caton describe what he saw »

"Everybody got off the bus. Me and a trucker that stopped and the Greyhound driver ran up to the door to maybe see if the guy was still alive or we could help or something like that," Caton said.

"And when we all got up, we saw that the guy was cutting off the guy's head. ... When he saw us, he came back to the front of the bus, told the driver to shut the door. He pressed the button and the door shut, but it didn't shut in time, and the guy was able to get his knife out and take a swipe at us," Caton said.

Caton told the AP that the attacker didn't sit near the victim when he first got on the bus, about an hour before the attack.

"He sat in the front at first; everything was normal," Caton said. "We went to the next stop, and he got off and had a smoke with another young lady there. When he got on the bus again, he came to the back near where I was sitting. He put his bags in the overhead compartment. He didn't say a word to anybody. He seemed totally normal."

Half an hour later, the attack began, Caton told the AP. "There was no rage or anything. He was like a robot, stabbing the guy."

The incident occurred on the first of two Greyhound Canada buses that were traveling together, Wambaugh said. The bus was carrying 37 passengers. As many passengers as possible among those not directly involved in the incident were transferred to the second bus, she said.

Others were taken to a hotel in Brandon, where they were met by Greyhound managers and police, Wambaugh said.

Once they are released, Greyhound will take them by bus to Winnipeg, and "we will do whatever is required to help them, and that includes counseling," she added.
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Wambaugh declined to comment further.

"I don't want to compromise the investigation," she said.

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Football / Reason for Theobald Absence
« on: July 15, 2008, 05:31:17 PM »
Not sure if anyone brought this up.\
 Just saw on the news that Densil has been called back up to the squad, and proceeded to say that he found out that the reason he had been dropped was because he handed over the captain's armband to Stern before the Guadeloupe friendly without Pacho permission. He went on to say that both he and the coach spoke and have put the matter behind them.
Found that strange that he would hand over the armband easy so without even talking to the coach!
Also why did it take so long for him to find out that was the reason for not being called up

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General Discussion / To help the Youth
« on: July 11, 2008, 10:06:49 AM »
Fellow forumites,
                     Currently my sister has been involved in doing presentations at a couple of Jr Secondary Schools. She is in her final year completing her psychology degree her and the fellow presenters have been asked back to do repeat sessions at several other schools. Together with the T&T National Council on Alcoholism and Other Addictions ( South Chapter), they saw the need to reach out and give advice to these young kids (forms 1 -3).
                     Thus they have organized a camp to give these kids greater communication skills, lessons on health (including Sex education especially to do with STD's etc). The camp itself starts on Monday at Rienzi Complex (most of the kids involved are from Central area).
I myself am supposed to do some communication games and a couple presentations.
The committee involved with the camp have asked me to post this on the site to ask anyone who thinks this is a noble cause and may have to the time to come to the camp and maybe help out by talking to the kids about their own past experiences etc. The camp runs Mon - Thurs from the 14th July to 4th of August. It starts at 9am and ends at 2pm.
If anyone knows anybody local that can be an inspiration to the kids it would be greatly appreciated.
Anyone can PM me for more information (as I will have to get any requested info from my sister)
also one can call 798 -1390 and ask for Raquel to gain further information.
So far I believe they have over 100 kids that are attending.
Thanks again for your time
Sean aka NYtriniwhiteboy

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Football / Attempt to extort Ronaldo by Transvestite Prostitute
« on: April 28, 2008, 09:52:23 PM »
SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) - Soccer star Ronaldo was questioned by police early Monday after a run-in with Brazilian transvestites in a Rio de Janeiro motel.

Ronaldo accused one of the transvestites of trying to extort him, police inspector Carlos Augusto Nogueira said Monday night.


Nogueira said the altercation began when Ronaldo found out he was dealing with transvestites instead of women. The inspector said Ronaldo admitted he knew they were prostitutes when they met earlier Sunday night, but did not realize they were transvestites until they got to the motel.

"He admitted to everything, he wanted to have fun," Nogueira said. "But he committed no crime at all, it was immoral at best."

Prostitution is not illegal in Brazil.

The AC Milan striker told police he offered to pay the transvestites anyway, but before he left one of them allegedly asked for $30,000 to hide the story from the media.

Nogueira said he believed Ronaldo's version because the transvestite decided to leave the police station even before being fully questioned by authorities.

The transvestite also accused Ronaldo of asking him to buy drugs.

In a statement to TV Globo, Ronaldo reiterated he was a victim of extortion and denied he has ever used drugs.

Ronaldo and the transvestites were only questioned by police and voluntarily went to the police station.

Ronaldo is in Rio de Janeiro recovering from surgery on his left knee. He said Sunday he could be back in action in six months if his recovery continues to go as planned.

Ronaldo has won two World Cups with Brazil, including the 2002 title in which he scored eight goals, including two in the final against Germany.

A message to Ronaldo's spokesman was not immediately answered Monday.

http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/8085824?MSNHPHMA

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Cricket Anyone / IPL
« on: April 18, 2008, 09:09:07 AM »
anyone taking this in..Plenty entertainment and runs galore

free stream here
 http://iplt20.com/

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Football / UEFA Cup
« on: April 10, 2008, 02:35:12 PM »
Well Bayern has now done the opposite of what occurred in their first leg wen getafe equalized in the dying minutes
Getafe was holding on to a 1-0 lead and Ribery the beast equalized with two minutes left
Getafe playing with ten men most of the game

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Cricket Anyone / WI vs SA..thirteen13
« on: December 16, 2007, 12:24:42 PM »
SA in real trouble...Taylor took three in his first over and they are currently 23for 7

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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Golden Compass
« on: December 12, 2007, 12:41:03 PM »
anyone went to see this yet? Saw it last night and thought it was pretty decent, Nicole Kidmans character is amazing and the movie itself explores some interesting themes with free will etc

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Football / Naps, Pres in South InterCol final.
« on: November 13, 2007, 03:11:59 PM »
Naps, Pres in South InterCol final.
By: Kern De Freitas (Express).
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Naparima College and Presentation College will battle for the RBTT InterCol South Zone title on Friday at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium after winning their semi-finals against St Benedict's College and Siparia Secondary, respectively, at the same venue yesterday. Both teams showed character to overturn deficits in the first half, "Naps" running away with a 4-2 victory thanks to three second half goals, while "Pres" pushed past Siparia after falling behind early on.
In the second match of the double-header, Naparima opened their account in the tenth minute, striker Nigel Wright outmuscling a defender then beating St Benedict's goalie Kareem Gray to his left to spark loud celebrations.
St Benedict's showed glimpses of their intention when midfielder Dwayne Edwards broke into the area, only to misfire, in the 17th.
Eight minutes later they were level, Edwards playing in Kern Alexander on the left of the 18-metre area with a beautiful defence-splitting pass and the latter coolly rounded onrushing Naps goalie Curtis Julien, slotting into an open net.
St Benedict's had a possible upset in sight when Julien was beaten again, this time Edwards himself controlling and blasting past the custodian from 20 metres out.
Naps were not prepared to let the South double get beyond them, though, and Anthony Parris took advantage of a defensive mistake to pull his team level. Another goal from Wright in the 68th, after a neat one-two with substitute Amale Quashie, and then a gem of an effort from Shahdon Winchester, which included him skilfully eluding four defender before calmly burying his low shot behind Gray, and in the process, St Benedict's hopes of a final berth.
Pres themselves were given good food for thought after underestimating Siparia. Kevin Flanders made sure of that in the tenth minute, rifling past Terrence Ramsaroop in Presentation's goal. But a pair of strikes by skipper Akeem Marshall (20th) and Jamal Clarence (41st) past Siparia's midfielder-turned-goalie Chris Collins, who hardly looked up for the job, gave Pres a 2-1 advantage at the half.
By the time Siparia brought on their regular 'keeper, Nicholas Bhola, at halftime, it was too late. They showed some spunk to level proceedings in the 48th through Shermon Alexander, but in the 68th, Marshall made sure his team survived to contest Friday's final with a well-crafted effort and end Siparia's spirited resistance.
Today, attention turns to the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, where Carapichaima Senior Comprehensive and Chaguanas Senior Comprehensive battle for top honours in the Central Zone InterCol final from 4 p.m. The Tobago Zone final will also be played today at 4 p.m., with Scarborough Secondary taking on Speyside Secondary at the Dwight Yorke Stadium.

Presentation: - Terrence Ramsaroop; Stefan Spears, Arvid Applewhite, Keon Francois, Akeem Adams (Aaron Hector 86th); Jerome Diaz, Neshav Gookool, Akida Boissiere, Akile Jeffery (Reneford Martin 75th); Jamal Clarence, Akeem Marshall (capt).

Coach: Nevick DeNoon.

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