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St Mary’s, St Dominic’s reach water polo final

St Mary’s College’s junior water polo team reached the First Citizens National Secondary Schools Water Polo League final with a 4-1 whipping of rivals Fatima College, at Marlins swimming pool in Westmoorings, recently. Fatima drew first blood, Krystien Sharpe scoring with a scorching shot early in the match. But the “Saints” rebounded to equalise through […]

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Max and the island-flavoured rock ‘n roll band

By Marlon Miller THERE are not many places in this world where you could hear jointpop jamming one night and have lunch with the President the next day. But that’s what happens in Trinidad…Port of Spain, to be exact, where the mayor of the capital city wants us all to go to bed early and […]

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‘A goal in de hole…’ (Water polo is like liquid rugby!)

WATER POLO is looked upon as the poor relation of swimming, its outside child. Maybe that’s why everyone involved in the sport–from players to coaches to supporters–tries harder to excel…a lot harder. And water polo is not a pastime for “mambee pambees”, it’s like liquid rugby, a rough and tumble exercise that requires its participants […]

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CCCAN Championships Photo Gallery

Marlins are no strangers to the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Championships