Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : November 4th 2014 Contents A46
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Paragon women completed the
double in the T&T Hockey Board
National Indoor Championship after
ending with a perfect 3-0 record in
the "Super Indoor" at the Jean Pierre
Complex, Mucurapo, on Sunday.
After securing wins over Courts
Malvern (3-2) and Ventures (2-0) on
Saturday, Paragon returned to the
courts on Sunday morning and ham-
mered Shandy Carib Magnolias 7-1
to complete their three-match cam-
paign with maximum nine points.
Leading the way for Paragon, which
also won the National Indoor Women s
Open a week ago at the same venue
was Arielle Williams (2nd & 28th) and
Kristin Thompson (6th & 16th) with
a goal in each half.
The trio of Avion Ashton (26th),
captain Alanna Lewis (32nd) and
Gabrielle Thompson (37th) added one
each for Paragon, while Elise Olton
netted a 34th minute consolation for
...Defence Force batter opponents
Defence Force was also a dominant
force in the Men s Open competition
blasting Queen s Park 7-4 and then
crushing Petrotrin 19-5 to also end
National cyclist Kwesi Browne was
in top form over the weekend, grabbing
silver in the men s keirin at the Los
Angeles Grand Prix, USA, and will
hope to continue this form at the first
leg of the UCI Cycling World Cup in
Guadalajara, Mexico, which pedals off
on Saturday and Sunday.
Browne will meet his teammates
Quincy Alexander and Jude Codrington
in Houston, USA, today, before the trio
travels to Mexico for the World Cup.
The T&T cyclists will compete in the
keirin, sprint and team sprint events.
The cyclists will be joined by Des Dickie
(coach), Joel Browne (manager) and
Kevin Tinto (mechanic).
Codrington and Alexander have been
training together in Trinidad and man-
ager Browne stated that the team is in
good shape and ready to go.
National cyclist Njisane Phillip has
asked to be excused from the first leg,
but is expected to participate at the sec-
ond leg of the Cup from December 5-
7 in London, England.
In an interview last week with the
T&T Guardian, the manager said the
World Cup would be used as preparation
for the Central American and Caribbean
Games (CAC) later this month. "It is a
young sprint team, the main aim (of
the trip) is to give them experience."
The CAC Games will take place in
Veracruz, Mexico, from November 14-
30. Endurance riders Emile Abraham
and Varun Maharajh will join the six-
member T&T contingent for the CAC
The third and final leg of the World
Cup will be staged in Cali, Colombia
on January 17 and 18 next year.
T&T cyclists head to Mexico
Kwesi Browne will be part of a six-team contingent representing T&T at the first
leg of the UCI Cycling World Cup in Mexico on the weekend.
Kwesi Browne, Quincy Alexander, Jude
Codrington, Des Dickie (coach), Joel Browne
(manager), Kevin Tinto (mechanic)
with a 3-0 mark and nine points.
In the win over the Parkites,
the "Teteron Boys" who eased
past Paragon 8-1 in their opener
got a hat-trick from Marcus
James in the 14th, 21st, and 27th
minute while Mickel Pierre got
two and Nicholas Wren and Mar-
cus Campbell, one apiece.
James then went on a rampage
against the Oilmen with goals in
the 1st, 3rd, 17th, 21st, 27th, 37th,
37th and 39th while Javon Wood-
ward added goals in the 13th, 15th,
24th, 32nd and 36th.
Wren and Gerard Ferguson
added two each, and Campbell
and Pierre the others.
Paragon women do indoor sweep
...rampant Army takes men's title Sunday:
Paragon 7 (Arielle Williams 2nd, 28th, Kristin Thompson 6th, 16th,
Avion Ashton 26th, Alanna Lewis 32nd, Gabrielle Thompson 37th)
vs SC Magnolias 1 (Elise Olton 34th)
Ventures 4 (Karissa Wyke 13th, 29th, Jade Piper 19th, Anya Sealy
23rd) vs Courts Malvern 4 (Krizia Layne 14th, 24th, Danielle Martin
22nd, Penelope Sharpe 37th) Ventures won 2-1 on a penalty
Defence Force 8 (Nicholas Wren 15th, 19th, 25th, Anthony Morales
2nd, 29th, Gerard Ferguson 27th, 30th,Roger Daniel 20th)
Notre Dame 7 (Selwyn King 7th, 12th, Dunston Rattansingh 20th,
28th, Nigel Providence 10th, Scott Dopson 23rd, Ian Edwards 14th)
vs Fatima 0
Paragon 3 (Terrance Baptiste 13th, Akim Toussaint 33rd, Cogie
Butler 35th) vs QPCC 2 (Shawn Lee Quay 14th, Stephan Mouttet
Defence Force 19 (Marcus James 1st, 3rd, 17th, 21st, 27th, 37th,
37th, 39th, Javon Woodward 13th, 15th, 24th, 32nd, 36th, Nicholas
Wren 8th, 12th, Gerard Ferguson 20th, 29th, Marcus Campbell 26th,
Mickel Pierre 38th) vs Petrotrin 5 (Arielle Bowen 23rd, 23rd, 30th,
Nathan Callender 12th, 16th)
Saturday late scores:
Defence Force 6 (Roger Daniel 7th, 8th, 21st, Nicholas Wren 19th,
22nd, 28th) vs Fatima 4 (Roger Gomes 6th, Brian Garcia 21st,
Wayne Nieves 23rd, Colin Young 28th)
QPCC 5 (Gary Griffith 3rd, 21st, Jerry Bell 7th, 20th, Paul Weekes
23rd) vs Notre Dame 2 (Scott Dopson 4th, Nigel Providence 15th)
SC Magnolias 7 (Elise Olton 25th, 26th, 38th, Brianna Govia 3rd,
39th, Brittney Hingh 4th, Jessica Lee 30th) vs Courts Malvern 3
(Krizia Layne 9th, Andrea Jackson 14th, Penelope Sharpe 21st)
Paragon 9 (Syl Sinnette 4th, 17th, 23rd, 27th, 36th, Cogie Butler 1st,
2nd, 5th, 18th) vs Petrotrin 6 (Wayne Legerton 25th, 35th, 38th,
Dwain Quan Chan 10th, Otis O'Connor 11th, Arielle Bowen 32nd)
Defence Force 7 (Marcus James 14th, 21st, 27th, Mickel Pierre 24th,
37th, Nicholas Wren 4th, Marcus Campbell 30th) vs QPCC 4 (Jordan
Reynos 2nd, 38th, Stephan Mouttet 20th, 29th)
SUPER INDOOR RESULTS
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