<span style="color:#666666"><strong>Selectors looking for new talent</strong></span>

<span style="color:#666666"><em><strong>Curtis Nero, Trinidad and Tobago Rugby Football Union (TTRFU) chairman of selectors, has confirmed that T&amp;T’s 2010 Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games rugby sevens preparation begins with this weekend’s National Sevens Championships, scheduled for the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain.</strong></em></span>
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<div align="center"><span style="color:#009900"><em><strong>Curtis Nero (right) with Guyana Head Coach Sherlock Solomon</strong></em></span></div>

According to Nero, the TTRFU selectors will pay close attention to the day’s activities.

<blockquote><p><img src="http://www.bigblogmedia.com/images/start_quote_rb.gif" align="texttop" alt="" /> ’We will be looking to see if any youngsters will stake a claim for inclusion in the training squad. The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) first fitness test is on Saturday but we will miss out due to the National Sevens. But we will shortlist players following the sevens and submit those names to the TTOC for future fitness tests.’ <img src="http://www.bigblogmedia.com/images/end_quote_rb.gif" align="absbottom" alt="" /></p></blockquote>

Nero said the disappointment of losing to Guyana in last month’s NACRA Sevens final is still being felt, but he is confident T&amp;T will rebound in 2010 and win the CAC gold medal and qualify for the 2011 Pan Am Games.

Source: <a href="http://www.trinidadexpress.com/index.pl/article_sports?id=161566387">T&amp;T Express</a>