The first is usually special but so was the second after Central FC, led by season-new coach Zoran Vranes, retained its “meaningful” First Citizens Cup (FCC) title on Friday night by edging North East Stars 1-0 in the 2014 Final.
First Citizens Cup
Defending champions Central FC are one match away from successfully defending the title that has more worth to the “Couva Sharks” than the $100,000 winners’ prize but must overcome North East Stars, a club hungry for their first taste of the First Citizens Cup, when both sides meet in the Final on Friday 31 October from 8.15 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
http://lotusfilters.com.au/map Marvin Lee Stadium, MACOYA – Forward Devorn Jorsling missed a crucial first half penalty before witnessing - from the bench - a nail-biting end on Tuesday night as his side Defence Force went down 3-2 on penalties against San Juan Jabloteh following a 1-1 draw in their play-off match of the 2014 First Citizens Cup.
Ato Boldon Stadium, COUVA – Goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams produced three saves on kicks from the spot to guide defending champions Central FC to a 3-2 penalty win over Point Fortin Civic following a hard-fought 1-1 draw in their quarterfinal round clash of the 2014 First Citizens Cup on Friday night visit web page.