Guaya United coach Ron La Forest is aiming for success – both in League One and in the League Cup – as the 2017 TT Super League season nears its completion.
T&T Super League
Hydro Tech Guaya United yesterday returned to the top of the T&T Super League’s top division standings as a 3-1 win for the ‘Green Army’ put a spoke in the wheel of defending champion club, FC Santa Rosa.
Guaya United and Prisons FC will contest the final of the Caribbean Football Trust Limited (CFTL)-sponsored League Cup, at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva on October 28.
With four more games to be played in League One of the T&T Super League, today’s key clash between FC Santa Rosa and Hydro Tech Guaya United from 3.30 pm at the Arima Velodrome could potentially determine the winner.
Santa Rosa keeps Super League title race tight
Guaya United remained intent on wrestling the T&T Super League’s, League One title away from holders FC Santa Rosa when the South Easterners beat Tobago’s Bethel United at their Newlands, Guayaguayare home ground yesterday.
FC Santa Rosa stayed top of the points standings in League One of the TT Super League after a narrow 1-0 win over Defence Force, in a Round 18 contest on Sunday.
Petit Valley/Diego Martin United captured the League Two crown after a dramatic day of action on Saturday, in the Trinidad and Tobago Super League.
FC Santa Rosa’s Big Cannons have regained the leading position in League one of the T&T Super League, a position they assumed after beating Queen’s Park CC 4-1 in a revised encounter at the Arima Velodrome on Sunday.
FC Santa Rosa’s Big Cannons, are well on course to successfully defend its League One crown in the T&T Super League after Sunday’s 2-0 triumph over WASA FC, coupled with Hydro Tech Guaya United’s goalless draw with Cunupia FC.