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Department of Sport

The Department of Sport is responsible for the provision and maintenance of sporting facilities, as well as the development of sporting programmes and support to sporting organisations is also under the remit of the Division.

Contact Us

Technical Director of Sport
Janis Solomon Building,
#28 Orange Hill Road,
Scarborough
612-3792 Ext 1006

Shaw Park Recreational Ground:
660-7025, 639-2071

Roxborough Sporting Complex:
660-6362

Units

Facilities Management

Responsible for the maintenance of various sporting facilities and recreational grounds.

Sport Development Programmes

This unit bring the technical and physical knowledge to the sporting organisations and athletes, from amateur to elite.

Lalonde Sport Development Fund

This fund provides financial assistance to national, high performance and elite athletes.

Major Programmes

  • THA Sport Awards
  • THA Sport Camp
  • District Games
  • Capacity Building of the Sporting Organisation and Clubs

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Latest Updates

May 4

DSYA encourages coaches, officials amidst Covid-19

The Division of Sport and Youth Affairs recognises the challenging climate faced by members of the sporting fraternity during the...

Mar 12

Under 17 Cricket Tournament bowls in Tobago

SHAW PARK, Tobago - A fine all-round performance by Orlando James and 89 from Akel Quashie led Tobago Under-17 cricketers...

Mar 6

Students learn about different careers in sport

Students at the Bishop’s High School got the opportunity to learn about the different careers in Sport both locally and...

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Sports Clubs & Organisations

Sporting Clubs and organisations are the lifeblood of the sporting fraternity in Tobago.

Sport Development Officers

Sport Development Officers transfer technical and physical knowledge to the sporting organisations and athletes, from amateur to elite.