SHAKA HISLOP, the former Trinidad and Tobago football team goalkeeper and captain, was impressed with the staging of the Tobago Football Legends Challenge, which was held at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet, Tobago last weekend.
Tobago Football Assocation League
Trinidadian Marvin Andrews scored a tournament-high five goals—representing new champons Liverpool—at the 2015 British Airways Tobago Legends Challenge football tournament which ended yesterday at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago.
The highly anticipated Tobago Football Association elections will take place on Wednesday 27th May. While it remains the island’s most popular sport, many have voiced their displeasure with the current state of football affairs.
For a man who hasn’t played any form of football for the last two years, Shaka Hislop has made some remarkable saves at the British Airways Tobago Legends Challenge, which ended yesterday in Tobago.
A lack of maintenance of the islands recreational grounds have led to residents of one of the grounds turning to their own resources to prepare the fields so that they can continue to engage in sporting activities.
The opening day of the British Airways Legends Challenge six-a-side football tournament was a huge hit in Tobago yesterday, fulling the covered stand at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago.
Merville Wallace earned the popular vote of his peers to walk away with the ‘Memorial Ashworth Mc Kenzie Referee of the Year’ award as the Tobago Football Referees Association held its Annual Awards Function and Dinner at the Public Utilities and Infrastructure Conference Room, Shaw Park.
A bit past their prime, but some of the biggest former stars of football are in Tobago for the British Airways Tobago Legends Challenge this weekend.
Columbus Communications Trinidad Limited, the parent company of Flow and Columbus Business Solutions, has contributed $650,000 towards the staging of the British Airways Tobago Football Legends Challenge (BATFLC).