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Lasana Liburd

Lasana Liburd
Lasana Liburd is the CEO and Editor at Wired868.com and a journalist with over 20 years experience at several Trinidad and Tobago and international publications including Play the Game, World Soccer, UK Guardian and the Trinidad Express.

“Pappy” catches the eye as Shiva Boys edge Presentation

The extracurricular activities of 16-year-old Shiva Boys Hindu College Form Five student Levi Garcia has become a national talking point in recent days. Trinidad and Tobago national head team coach Stephen Hart, national under-20 coach Derek King, Central FC managing director and World Cup 2006 defender Brent Sancho and Shiva …

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Jabari rescues Naparima against Green Machine

“Heat in the place… Go ‘Gustine! Heat in the place… Go ‘Gustine!” St Augustine Secondary was in fine voice this evening at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar. But Naparima College had the final word as Trinidad and Tobago national under-20 midfielder Jabari Mitchell curled home a superb free kick …

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Arcia shines as Connection beats Central to Charity Shield

Defending Pro League champions DIRECTV W Connection started the new season in the same way that it ended the old one; and that is picking up trophies. The Connection team sheet did not look as threatening without names like Joevin Jones, Stefano Rijssel, Neil Benjamin Jr, Daneil Cyrus and Alvin …

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Woo Ling shines on debut as St Anthony’s whips St Augustine

Who can tame the “Westmoorings Tigers?” St Augustine Secondary joined the list of overwhelmed school teams this season as the “Green Machine” fell 3-0 to St Anthony’s College despite playing at home. The Tigers have won all six SSFL Premier League Division matches thus far this season and, at this …

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Warrior men, women and U-17s brace for competitive action

The Trinidad and Tobago national men’s, women’s and under-17 football teams will all see competitive action in the next month as the flurry of international action continues for the “Soca Warriors.” The national under-17 team leaves for Haiti on Wednesday to participate in the junior Caribbean Cup, which serves as …

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St Mary’s snatches point against resurgent Trinity Hawks

St Mary’s College somehow left Trincity with its unbeaten SSFL Premier Division record intact this evening after an exciting 1-1 draw with Trinity College East in challenging conditions. On a wet, soggy surface, Trinity’s “Blue Hawks” pinned the “Saints” down for long periods but could deliver the knockout blow in …

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Tigers strike again; St Anthony’s edge Arima 2-1

The Arima North Secondary football ground is a beautiful, scenic spot down a steep, grassy incline and with the majestic northern range as a backdrop. But the “Westmoorings Tigers” did not travel up the Arima Old Road to enjoy the view. Another outing and another three points for St Anthony’s …

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