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Football / Re: Football alert — watch for Shaquell Moore
« Last post by RichGFootball on Today at 03:02:41 PM »
Started his first match for Levante at right back. Levante 2 vs Las Palmas 0.

Football / Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Last post by Flex on Today at 05:55:58 AM »
Ivyedge Global stages Caribbean College Combine in February.
By Shaun Fuentes (Guardian).

Local Secondary Schools Football League players will have the opportunity to vie for scholarship opportunities in North America when the Caribbean College Combine is staged by Ivyedge Global at St Mary’s College Grounds on February 23rd-25th.

Prior to the combine, there will be an information session on November 24th at St Mary’s College Hall. All forms 4-6 players will undergo an assessment and training programme in February overseen by Russell Latapy, Stern John and Anthony Sherwood also including alumni of Princeton, St John’s and Furnman Universities among others.

There will be coaches present from Butler University, University of Connecticut, St John’s, Florida International, University of Michigan, Tyler Junior College and Monroe Community College.

Ivyedge is an education company with a mission to raise awareness of opportunities available for Caribbean students in the United States.

Shaun Fuentes served as an appointed FIFA Media Officer at the 2010 FIFA World Cup Finals and is also a CONCACAF Champions League and tournament’s press officer.

Football / Re: 2018 CFU Women's U-20 Championship Thread
« Last post by Flex on Today at 05:46:37 AM »
Prince scores for the Princesses in 1-0 win.
By Walter Alibey (Guardian).

T&T Under-20 Women footballers edged their Jamaican counterparts 1-0 at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella yesterday and will now head into a live-in camp to enhance preparation for the CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship, scheduled for January 18-28, 2018 in T&T.

Like in their opening game last week, the Soca Princesses got a single strike, this time from the boot of their captain Dennecia Prince in the 3rd minute which they held on to until the final whistle, but not without surviving a major scare in the dying moments of the game as goalkeeper Klil Keshwar had to pull off a diving save to preserve the scoreline.

T&T coach Jamaal Shabazz said there were lots of positives to take from the match such as the players’ ability to mesh in-spite of the fact they the locals were only recently joined by several foreign based players. He said after just one week with the team he was encouraged by what they saw from the incoming players, but believed a lot more work is needed to be done on combination plays and fitness.

Shabazz who took over the coaching duties from Italian Carolina Morace, said he could not make predictions on the team’s readiness for the tournament in January but feels he would be in a better position to do so after the camp next month at which time he will have the opportunity to work with both the overseas based players who joined the team last week, along with the locals.

“When you think about when the tournament will be held and that we have had just one week with the girls, but yet we were able to beat the Jamaicans twice, it can only be encouraging for us.” Shabazz explained.

His team will intensify its preparation in the coming weeks and is expected to face Venezuela in a practice match or two in December.

Shabazz said attempts are also being made to secure a few other international friendly matches before his girls head into the tournament as hosts.

The Soca Princesses have been drawn in Group A of the tournament with Costa Rica and Canada as well as an undetermined Caribbean team. They need to be among the top three teams from two groups of four teams each, to qualify for the 2018 Women’s Under 20 World Cup in France in August.


T&T Starting XI - Klil Keshwar, Crystal Molineaux, Natisha John, Dennecia Prince (captain), Aaliyah Prince, Ranae Ward, Lauren Duffy, Sydney Boiselle, Alexis Fortune, Brittney Williams, Cecily Stoute.

Subs: Kenedie St Mary, Amaya Ellis, Renah Campbell, Megan Rampersad, Laurelle Theodore, Jaasiel Forde, Shenieka Paul, Kedie Johnson, Chelcy Ralph, Malaika Dedier.

Jamaica Starting XI - Sashine Smith, Maya, Swaby-Wallerson, Kevena Reid, Marlee Fray, Nevillegale Able, Erin Mikalsen, Yazmeen Jamieson, Tateyana Pitter, Emily Caza, Alyssa Julien, Shayla Smart.

Subs: Peterkaye Green, Gabrielle Gayle, Sherice Clarke, Tarania Clarke, Chavelle Henry, Jaydn Matthews, Ebony Clarke, Alufoloshade Adomoluken.

Football / Re: Greg Ranjitsingh Thread
« Last post by Flex on Today at 05:45:59 AM »
Greg’s gameday ritual is conversations with God.
By Shaun Fuentes (Guardian).

Recent national team call up Greg Ranjitsingh pulled off another solid performance in the USL Cup Final as his Louisville City defeated Swope Park Rangers 1-0 on Monday night.

Ranjitsingh saved two penalties in his team’s win over New York Red Bulls II the previous weekend to book their place in the USL Cup final.

The custodian, who missed out on T&T’s two friendlies with Guyana and Grenada after being initially selected, spoke about his work with club psychologist Kevin Chapman.

He spoke of cues that his teammates had developed for gameday, saying his was having internal “conversations with God” during the national anthem, as well as the feeling he gets while in the tunnel before the teams walk out.

“Nowadays when I go into games, I don’t have nerves at all because I’m always super happy,” he said. “Before games, I’m buzzing. (O’Connor) will tell us, ‘No one will die on that pitch tonight. Nothing bad is going to happen. Play like you’re a kid on the front lawn, 8 years old without a worry.’”

Football / Re: First Citizens Cup Thread.
« Last post by Tallman on Yesterday at 08:32:50 PM »
WATCH: Highlights of W-Connection’s 3-1 win over Defense Force to claim the 2017 First Citizen’s Cup

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Trinbago, NBA & World Basketball / Re: T&T Pro & College Scene
« Last post by royal on Yesterday at 03:25:29 PM »
Pro & College Round up

On November 8 in Russia, Devaughn Akoon-Purcell had a great game in the last round for league's leader Bakken and was voted Player of the Week award for round 4.

Akoon-Purcell top scored with 31pts with 6rebs as the defending Danish champs Bakken surprised the league leaders Russian Avtodor 97-85 in the FIBA Europe Cup competition. With the victory Bakken (3-1) have a solid three game winning streak and maintains their position as Group B leaders. Their next game is against Benfica in Lisbon on November 15. In the team's last game Akoon-Purcell had a remarkable five three-pointers out of 7 attempts. It's his second year at Bakken and it's hard to imagine this team without him. Devaughn Akoon-Purcell averages, just after three games, 18.7ppg.

In Spain, Kyle Rowley came off the bench to orchestrate 15th ranked Castello, with 14pts and 8 rebounds, in an 85-69 win over 17th ranked CB Calavijo on November 10 at home. With the win Castello improved to a 3-5 record to move into ninth position in the LEB Gold League. Their next game will be against 8th ranked Sammic ISB in Azepitia on November 19.

On the US collegiate circuit, 7' center Johnny Hamilton tallied 13pts, 4rebs & 2blks as the University of Texas, Arlington, open their regular season with a hard fought 85-80 home victory over Loyola Marymount on November 11.

A big second half display from senior center Hamilton, who added 11 points and three boards in the final period, helped the Mavs storm back for the win. With 48.1 seconds left in regulation time, Hamilton had a monster dunk, off an assist from teammate Hawkins, as UTA sealed the game with an 82-77 lead. Hamilton also added seven critical free throws during the contest.

Fellow T&T teammate, guard Mairega Clarke made a valuable contribution of 5pts, 2rebs, 2blks, 1 steal and zero turnovers in twenty-one minutes playing time. The Mavs will return to action on Saturday in an away game against BYU. It will be a rematch of the meeting in the 2016-17 National Invitational Tournament.

In Newark, New Jersey, point guard Kadeem Carrington tallied 8pts and a team high six assists as the No. 23 Seton Hall men's basketball team downed Fairleigh Dickinson, 90-68, in the first game of the NIT Season Tip-Off on November 10. Seton Hall improves to 19-4 all-time against Fairleigh Dickinson.

In the second game on November 12, Carrington finished with 14pts, 4stls and another team-high of four assists as Seton Hall defeated Monmouth, 75-65 in its second game of the NIT Season Tip-Off. With Seton Hall trailing 11-8 in the opening period, the turning point in the game came when Carrington had steals on back-to-back Monmouth possessions, and converted them into breakaway baskets both times to give the Pirates their first lead, 12-11, with 14:12 remaining in the first half. The Pirates kept up the pressure early in the second half, and twice ballooned their lead to 20 points.

Seton Hall improves to a perfect 13-0 all-time against Monmouth, Up Next, Seton Hall will host Big Ten member Indiana at the Prudential Center as part of the 2017 Gavitt Tipoff Games on Wednesday, Nov. 15.

Albert Lee Young - Eurobasket
Trinbago, NBA & World Basketball / Re: Re: Zonal and Local Basketball News
« Last post by royal on Yesterday at 03:01:37 PM »
The PFL and their agents need to train give their players some PR training.
Professionalism is really non-existent sometimes

Regardless of what you think about a decision, you cant seriously throw a tantrum like these and get away with it.
Football / Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Last post by AZZURRI on Yesterday at 11:37:13 AM »
same situation as Mason for Shiva.

They were registered correctly, supposedly, weeks later.
So I believe they are both eligible now

The admins of the teams that were penalised just lapsed big time
Football / Re: First Citizens Cup Thread.
« Last post by Deeks on Yesterday at 11:32:40 AM »
This FC don’t excite me at all. But congrats.
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