The T&T Super League has announced the immediate appointment of Peter Thomas, as the new General Secretary of its League, only in its second year being managed by its clubs.

Thomas, a graduate from the University of the West Indies (UWI), the Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) and the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Sports Management programme, replaces Camara David who tendered his resignation at the end of the 2017 season in the interest of advancing his career.

David’s tenure as the League’s first Secretary ended on December 3, and saw a highly competitive tournament in which Hydro Tech Guaya United dominated by winning the the coveted League and its Caribbean Football Trust League (CFTL) League Cup titles.

David in his letter of resignation said, “I must say that I am grateful for the opportunities provided for me during the season and the invaluable experiences gained, but in the best interests of my career advancement and future development I have decided to terminate my contract as an independent contractor and go back to Europe to gain more international experience.”

Thomas is set to hit the road running and continue from where David has left off. After his appointment he said, “I am thankful for the opportunity to work for TTSL, which, in its first year, set a high standard for football organization in T&T. I hope to make a valuable contribution to the league’s continuous growth and development, and I very much look forward to the challenge.”

Super League Results

Super League Table

Rank Teams Played Points
1 FC Santa Rosa 18 41
2 Queen's Park FC 18 38
3 Prisons FC 18 36
4 Cunupia FC 18 33
5 Guaya United 17 32
6 Matura Reunited 18 28
7 Police FC SL 18 26
8 University of Trinidad & Tobago 17 20
9 RSSR FA 18 19
10 Petit Valley/Diego Martin United 18 19
11 Club Sando Moruga 18 15
12 Bethel United 18 14
13 San Fernando Giants 18 11
14 Erin FC 18 10