By this weekend the T&T rugby team will know if it will travel to the Cayman Islands for its third match of the Rugby American North Men's 15s Championship.
Cricket legend and world record holder, Brian Lara upped the ante on excitement at the annual Divali Nagar celebrations when he visited the bmobile booth on Monday.
The Prince of Port-of-Spain created quite a buzz and drew a large crowd during his scheduled visit to meet and mingle with his fans.
The arrival of the former national under 19 and West Indies cricket captain was the crowning moment for many who took the opportunity to chat with the cricket legend and take photos with him.
Kevin Ramdeen was a visitor with his wife Candice and sevenyear- old daughter, Karissa. “When we saw Brian Lara we had to stop and we were very excited to be able to take a picture with him.”
Candice added, “Brian Lara chatted with Karissa a bit and that was really nice because Lara is still the best cricketer from Trinidad and Tobago.”
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