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Roneil Walcott

Roneil Walcott
Roneil Walcott is an avid sports fan and freelance reporter with a BA in Mass Communication from COSTAATT. Roneil is a former Harvard and St Mary's College cricketer who once had lofty aspirations of bringing joy to sport fans with the West Indies team. Now, his mission is to keep them on the edge of their seats with sharp commentary from off the playing field.

SSFL 18: Riley strikes again as “Pres Lions” keep 100% record with win over Caps

Defending Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) champions Presentation College (San Fernando) continued their 100% start to the Premier Division campaign as they defeated Carapichaima East Secondary 3-1 on a heavy Guaracara Park outfield in Pointe-à-Pierre this afternoon. Pretty football was never going to be the order of the day, after …

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SSFL 18: St Mary’s earn praise but not points, as Ramdeen helps “Naps” to winning start

Two-time Secondary School Football League (SSFL) Premier Division champions Naparima College opened their 2018 account this afternoon with a 3-1 win over St Mary’s College at Serpentine Road in St Clair. Defending champions Presentation College (San Fernando) enjoyed a similar triumph  at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella, as they …

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SSFL 18: East and Tobago take aim; Wired868 talks to Trinity East, St Augustine, Bishop’s and Valencia

In Wired868’s final chat with Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) coaches before the 2018 season gets underway, the attention shifts to the East Zone and the lone Tobago representative. And like their counterparts in the north, they hope to remove the southern schools’ firm grip on the Premier Division trophy. …

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TTSL 18: The King’s touch; super subs steal show in Velodrome, as Rosa KO Prisons

FC Santa Rosa advanced to the semifinal round of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) knockout competition last night with a clinical 3-nil win against Prisons FC at the Arima Velodrome. Prisons went all the way to the TTSL Cup Final last year, where they ultimately succumbed to 2017 …

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CPL 18: Horses for courses! Bravo explains use of Narine and Pierre, as TKR surge to the top

The toss, according to Guyana Amazon Warriors skipper Rayad Emrit, was the only thing that his team got right last night, as hosts Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) surged past them to the top of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) standings with a crushing 67-run victory at the Queen’s Park Oval …

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SSFL 2018: Fifth time lucky for North Zone? Wired868 speaks to coaches on upcoming season

The start of the 2018 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division season is just over a week away and League and school administrators alike will be determined that the 2018 season is not filled with the off-field shenanigans that occurred last year. In the north, the schools will be …

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TTSL Cup: Centeno and PVDMU say adios to Matura, as Mulraine exits on losing note

Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) strugglers Petit Valley/Diego Martin United (PVDMU) advanced to the quarterfinal round of the TTSL’s knockout competition yesterday as they edged sixth placed Matura ReUnited 3-2 in an all-action affair at the Valencia Secondary School. PVDMU, who are in 12th place on the 14-team table …

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TTSL: “Showtime” sees red in Arima but Cunupia hold Santa Rosa, QPCC can benefit

FC Santa Rosa edged their way to the top of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) standings last night after playing to an intriguing 1-1 draw with Cunupia FC at the Arima Velodrome. Rosa, who are now on 28 points, are just one point ahead of second-placed Queen’s Park …

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TTSL: No Showtime for Cunupia; Central team fail to keep pace with leaders after Prisons tie

Cunupia FC squandered a great chance to rejoin FC Santa Rosa and Queen’s Park Cricket Club (QPCC) at the top of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) standings yesterday as they played to a goalless draw with Prisons FC at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar. Before a ball …

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