Tobago Football Assocation League
04 Oct 2011
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Keno Proctor scored a hat-trick to lead St Clair Coaching School to a commanding 7-0 thrashing of Hills United to begin defence of its Tobago Football Association FA Trophy on Sunday.
Keon Samuel and Vernon Wilson added two goals each for current FA holder, St Clair, in the round-of-16 win at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet to set up a quarterfinal encounter with Calder Hall.
Calder Hall’s Kelson Wheeler and Aldon Wheeler got a goal each to cancel out David Gill’s strike for Carnbee/Mt Pleasant in a 2-1 triumph at Plymouth Recreation Ground.
Joining St Clair and Calder Hall in the last-eight were 1976 FC Phoenix and Bethel United, both 2-0 winners over Mason Hall USSS and Taylors Rentals Goal City.
Raunille Rivers and Akim Baynes got one each for Phoenix in Sunday’s first match at Bacolet while Akeil Scott and Christopher Mark were on target for Bethel United at the Plymouth.
On Friday, in the two remaining first round matches Roxborough Lakers blasted Leeds United 3-0 led by a double from Kirn Harris and Charlotteville Unifiers pipped Lambeau FC 8-7 on sudden-death penalty-kicks after a 0-0 draw.
The winner of the FA competition will collect $20,000 while second gets $10,000 and third, $7,000.
TFA FA Trophy Results:
R/borough Lakers 3 (Kirn Harris 2, Affiba Mc Kenna) vs Leeds Utd 0
Lambeau 0 vs Charlotteville Unifiers 0
Unifiers won 8-7 on penalties.
St Clair CS 7 (Keno Proctor 3, Keon Samuel 2, Vernon Wilson 2) vs Hills Utd 0
Calder Hall 2 (Kelson Wheeler, Aldon Wheeler) vs Carnbee/Mt Pleasant 1 (David Gill)
Phoenix 2 (Raunille Rivers, Akim Baynes) vs Mason Hall 0
Bethel Utd 2 (Akeil Scott, Christopher Mark) vs Goal City 0
Remaining round-of-16 fixtures:
Georgia vs Youth Stars
Signal Hill vs Stokely Vale
Lakers vs Sideys
Unifiers vs Northside