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(AP)Ricardo Mazalan KINGSTON, Ja­maica – Jasprit Bum­rah be­came the third In­di­an to snatch a hat-trick in Tests as he once again shred­ded West In­dies’ in­nings with a dev­as­tat­ing spell of swing bowl­ing to leave the home side in tat­ters on the sec­ond day of the de­ci­sive fi­nal Test on Sat­ur­day. and over horses going 1800 metres on Turf at Santa Rosa Park yesterday.

Seven-year-old Rolf Bartolo trained Root of Jesse with jockey Neela Mohammed steering his charge to comfortably victory in the Independence Cup (GR 1) open to all horses 3. Jubilant jockey Neela Mohammed and connections of Root of Jesse waves to crowd as they lead the horse into winner’s enclosure out at Santa Rosa Park Arima after the horse won the Independence Cup RALPH BANWARIEOwn­er/train­er Rolf Bar­to­lo had his biggest day as a train­er when he teamed up with for­mer cham­pi­on jock­ey Nela Mo­hammed to win three races which in­clud­ed the Grade One - the In­de­pen­dence Cup over 1800 me­tres on the turf course at San­ta Rosa Park, Ari­ma on Sat­ur­day.

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BRIDGETOWN, Bar­ba­dos – In­cum­bent Bar­ba­dos Crick­et As­so­ci­a­tion pres­i­dent, Conde Ri­ley, eas­i­ly saw off a chal­lenge from leg­endary for­mer West In­dies fast bowler, Joel Gar­ner, on Thurs­day night to se­cure a sec­ond term at the helm of the body.

Gwyneth Armstrong’s niece, Merna Edwards, collects the Tobago Medal of Honour of Gold for Distinguished and Outsanding Service to Tobago in the sphere of music from Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles.

Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley on Sat­urday shot back at all those sug­gest­ing that the Sedi­tion Act should be re­pealed be­cause it is too old, say­ing there are sev­er­al oth­er laws we mighty ads well do away with in the same vein.

The Bank­ing and Gen­er­al Work­ers’ Union (BIG­WU) has con­firmed it re­ceived a com­plaint of in­ap­pro­pri­ate be­hav­iour against its for­mer pres­i­dent Vin­cent Cabr­era one month be­fore he was ap­point­ed In­dus­tri­al Court judge.

India's Jasprit Bumrah celebrates taking the wicket of West Indies' Kraigg Brathwaite during day two of the second Test cricket match at Sabina Park cricket ground in Kingston, Jamaica yesterday.

(AP)Ricardo Mazalan KINGSTON, Ja­maica – Jasprit Bum­rah be­came the third In­di­an to snatch a hat-trick in Tests as he once again shred­ded West In­dies’ in­nings with a dev­as­tat­ing spell of swing bowl­ing to leave the home side in tat­ters on the sec­ond day of the de­ci­sive fi­nal Test on Sat­ur­day.

THA Info Dept Long be­fore glob­al­i­sa­tion be­came a buzz­word, Trinidad and To­ba­go was seen as a place where peo­ple from dif­fer­ent con­ti­nents got along fa­mous­ly.

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