GUAYA UNITED continued their winning ways in League One of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League with a comfortable 3-0 win over Bethel United in a Sixth Round encounter at the Mt Gomery Recreation Ground on Sunday.
T&T Super League
“PRIOR TO this (call up), Super League players didn’t have a chance. I hope this would open the window.” Trinidad and Tobago Super League leading goalscorer Keron Clarke was elated to receive his maiden call-up to the provisional Trinidad and Tobago men’s football team, who will be preparing for a friendly international against Ecuador on July 26 in Guayaquil.
LEADING TRINIDAD and Tobago Super League team, Guaya United Football Club, has forged a unique ‘community partnership’ with Hydro Tech Limited with two major objectives in mind, taking the talented football club to the highest rung of the football ladder and playing a significant role in the overall development of the wider Mayaro/Guayaguayare region.
Defence Force moved into third on the T&T Super League table in League One on Thursday when they shut-out Bethel FC 3-1 at the Mt Gomery Recreation Ground in Tobago.
GUAYA UNITED maintained their hold of the top spot in the Trinidad and Tobago Super League One division, after a 2-1 win over the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) in a Round Four match at the UTT O’Meara campus, Arima, on Sunday.
FC Santa Rosa and captain, Keron Clarke, has been invited by Senior Men's National Team (SMNT) head coach, Dennis Lawrence, to train with the team ahead of its friendly match against Ecuador in Guayaquil on 26 July. FC Santa Rosa received the TTFA's official letter of invitation this morning.
FORMER TRINIDAD and Tobago football team midfielder Keron “Ball Pest” Cummings has joined TT Super League’s League Two outfit Petit Valley/Diego Martin United, as a free agent, having left three-time TT Pro League champs Central FC during the off-season.
Goals flowed like rain this weekend in the Trinidad and Tobago Super League football competition.
Did somebody say Samba?
The fledgling Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) is anxiously waiting for the chance to pull off a coup with former Brazil World Cup winners Ronaldinho and Rivaldo and Italy champions Luca Toni supposedly waiting for the green light to come to Port of Spain.