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Goals aplenty in airport tourney

Fifteen goals were scored in the four matches played last night on the second day of the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) Football Tournament. Playing at the Maurice King Complex in Briar Hall, Christ Church, GAIA Inc. kept their unbeaten status with a 3-1 victory over Group A rivals Goddard’s Catering. Goddard’s Catering took the lead in the opening stanza ...

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Goals aplenty in airport tourney

Fifteen goals were scored in the four matches played last night on the second day of the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) Football Tournament. Playing at the Maurice King Complex in Briar Hall, Christ Church, GAIA Inc. kept their unbeaten status with a 3-1 victory over Group A rivals Goddard’s Catering. Goddard’s Catering took the lead in the opening stanza ...

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Goals aplenty in airport tourney

Fifteen goals were scored in the four matches played last night on the second day of the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) Football Tournament. Playing at the Maurice King Complex in Briar Hall, Christ Church, GAIA Inc. kept their unbeaten status with a 3-1 victory over Group A rivals Goddard’s Catering. Goddard’s Catering took the lead in the opening stanza ...

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TRINIDAD – Buggery laws amended

PORT OF SPAIN — Attorney general Faris Al-Rawi Thursday said that the state intends filing an appeal against a High Court judge ruling that consensual sex between people in same-sex unions should not be criminalized as the court partly struck down the sodomy laws in Trinidad and Tobago. Al-Rawi said that the case is a matter of importance that must ...

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TRINIDAD – Buggery laws amended

PORT OF SPAIN — Attorney general Faris Al-Rawi Thursday said that the state intends filing an appeal against a High Court judge ruling that consensual sex between people in same-sex unions should not be criminalized as the court partly struck down the sodomy laws in Trinidad and Tobago. Al-Rawi said that the case is a matter of importance that must ...

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TRINIDAD – Buggery laws amended

PORT OF SPAIN — Attorney general Faris Al-Rawi Thursday said that the state intends filing an appeal against a High Court judge ruling that consensual sex between people in same-sex unions should not be criminalized as the court partly struck down the sodomy laws in Trinidad and Tobago. Al-Rawi said that the case is a matter of importance that must ...

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TRINIDAD – Buggery laws amended

PORT OF SPAIN — Attorney general Faris Al-Rawi Thursday said that the state intends filing an appeal against a High Court judge ruling that consensual sex between people in same-sex unions should not be criminalized as the court partly struck down the sodomy laws in Trinidad and Tobago. Al-Rawi said that the case is a matter of importance that must ...

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TRINIDAD – Buggery laws amended

PORT OF SPAIN — Attorney general Faris Al-Rawi Thursday said that the state intends filing an appeal against a High Court judge ruling that consensual sex between people in same-sex unions should not be criminalized as the court partly struck down the sodomy laws in Trinidad and Tobago. Al-Rawi said that the case is a matter of importance that must ...

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Winning Warrens

Pan American Life Insurance Warrens Sports Club served Phoenix Security Services Carlton Club their third straight loss when the Goddard Enterprises Limited Senior Knockout continued last night at the Wildey, St Michael Gymnasium. Carlton have so far contested three games and failed to register a single win, which is the opposite situation to Warrens who will be looking to add ...

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Winning Warrens

Pan American Life Insurance Warrens Sports Club served Phoenix Security Services Carlton Club their third straight loss when the Goddard Enterprises Limited Senior Knockout continued last night at the Wildey, St Michael Gymnasium. Carlton have so far contested three games and failed to register a single win, which is the opposite situation to Warrens who will be looking to add ...

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