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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #180 on: May 01, 2019, 08:32:17 PM »
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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #181 on: May 06, 2019, 12:19:02 PM »
North East Stars puts a spoke in the wheel of U-13 title favourites San Juan Jabloteh
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Malik Addley struck in the second half to earn mid-table North East Stars a well-deserved point in a 1-1 draw against Youth Pro League Under-13 leaders San Juan Jabloteh on Sunday, slowing the title favourites for the first time this season.

Jabloteh (19 points) entered play needing a win against the visitors at San Juan North Secondary and for rivals W Connection to either lose or draw against cellar-placed Defence Force FC to celebrate the title with two games to spare.

But neither went Jabloteh’s way. North East Stars (9 points) snapped the San Juan side’s 100 percent streak while Connection (16 points) narrowly defeated Defence Force 3-2 at Ato Boldon Stadium to close the gap to three points on the leaders.

Jabloteh must face Defence Force FC and Club Sando in their remaining league fixtures while Connection are against Sando and Central FC.

North East Stars looked the better side in the first half with fluency though falling behind 1-0 on the stroke of the half.

Deshawn Plaza punished the height of North East Stars’ pint-sized goalie Michael Peter Hadad in the 35th minute with a looping shot from distance to give Jabloteh lead 1-0.

Hadad had earlier proved huge between sticks when he stretched low to his left to keep out a penalty strike from Joachim Callender after Raheem Mohan was tripped up in the box by North East Stars’ big defender Jaden Williams.

Williams, much earlier, troubled Jabloteh with a free kick before the rebound effort by a teammate crashed off the upright as Jabloteh were spared.

Kendell Castle tested Hadad again from distance early in the second half but the Stars goalie made just enough height to stop the ball from entering his net a second time.

Addley turned up the hero in the 55th-minute by levelling North East Stars 1-1 from close up with his second goal of the season when teammate Jadail Joseph’s effort dropped to him off goalkeeper Joshua Gonzales’ crossbar.

Elsewhere, Nkosi Fuentes scored his sixth, seventh and eighth goals of the season to lift Morvant Caledonia United U13s over hosts Police FC in a 7-5 thriller at Police Academy.

Fuentes joins Jabloteh’s Thane Devenish and Central FC’s Micha’el John in the U13 Golden Boot lead with eight goals.

John struck his eight item to edge Central past visiting Club Sando 1-0 at Edinburgh 500, extending the U13 Sharks’ unbeaten run to six games since losing to Jabloteh on the opening day of the season.

Jabloteh were also held in the Under-15 division by North East Stars with that score ending 2-2.

Juan Montealegre-Corriols (66 & 74) scored twice in the second half to level North East Stars U15s after Nkosi Ambrose (1), from the penalty spot, and Israel Joseph (9) cushioned Jabloteh early. Jabloteh’s problems spilled over when Keshawn Diaz was ejected six minutes from time on a direct red card.

Jabloteh (14 points) slipped two spots into fourth on the U15 ladder, while Police FC (15 points) became the new leaders after a 3-0 win over Morvant Caledonia United thanks to a double from overall leading scorer Nathaniel O’Garro, who snatched his eighth and ninth goals, and an opening item from Jaden Moore all in the second half.

Civic (15 points) slipped off the top into second after being edged 1-0 by Terminix La Horquetta Rangers. Rangers moved up to spots into third but remains below Civic by a lesser goal-difference.

Jabloteh later registered their first Under-17 win of the campaign with a 4-2 result over North East Stars as both teams occupy seventh and eighth on a standing led by Point Fortin Civic (18 points).

Civic maintained grip with a 4-1 win over Terminix La Horquetta Rangers but the Point Fortin side are closely chased by Club Sando and W Connection, two teams on 16 points with two games left.

The Angus Eve-coached Sando defeated hosts Central 3-0 at Edinburgh 500 with Jaden Mc Kree netting a double before Kern Cedeno completed the win while Terrell Noel scored in the second half to separate Connection from cellar-placed Defence Force FC with a narrow 1-0 victory.

Sando will return to action against Connection on Saturday when they host the “Savonetta Boys” at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, while Central will welcome Morvant Caledonia United at Edinburgh 500. On the same day Defence Force FC must visit Jabloteh at San Juan North Secondary while Rangers and North East Stars will clash at D’Abadie Recreation Ground.

On Sunday, Police FC will travel to Civic at Mahaica Oval in Point Fortin.

Remaining Youth Pro League (league) 2019 fixtures
Match Day Eight
(May 11)

Central FC vs Morvant Caledonia United, at Edinburgh 500, Chaguanas;

Club Sando vs W Connection, at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

San Juan Jabloteh vs Defence Force FC, at San Juan North Secondary;

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers vs North East Stars, at D’Abadie Recreation Ground.

(May 12)
Point Fortin Civic vs Police FC, at Mahaica Oval.

Match Day Nine
(May 19)

Point Fortin Civic vs Morvant Caledonia United
North East Stars vs Police FC
Terminix La Horquetta Rangers vs Defence Force FC
Club Sando vs San Juan Jabloteh
Central FC vs W Connection

Youth Pro League 2019
Match Day Seven results (May 5)
UNDER-13 Division

Police FC 5 (Antonio Cole 6’, 17’, Stephon James 10’, 13’, Jeremiah Gabriel 45’) vs Morvant Caledonia United 7 (Jaheam Bailey 12’, 33’, Jeremiah Glasgow Own Goal 35’+1, Nkosi Fuentes 38’, 53’, 59’ pen., Lyndell George 50’ pen.), at Police Academy;

Point Fortin Civic 0 vs Terminix La Horquetta Rangers 0, at Mahaica Oval;

San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Deshawn Plaza 35’) vs North East Stars 1 (Malik Addley 55’), at San Juan North Secondary;

W Connection 3 (Ayche Saunders 34’, Sahrai Mitchell 49’, Chaz Forde 69’) vs Defence Force FC 2 (Roshon Doobay 9’, Micah Nelson 42’), Ato Boldon Stadium;

Central FC 1 (Micha’el John 27’) vs Club Sando 0, at Edinburgh 500.

UNDER-15 Division
Police FC 3 (Jayden Moore 49’, Nathaniel O’Garro 58’, 75’) vs Morvant Caledonia United 0, at Police Academy;

Point Fortin Civic 0 vs Terminix La Horquetta Rangers 1 (Tinto Phillip 22’), at Mahaica Oval;

San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Nkosi Ambrose 1’ pen., Israel Joseph 9’) vs North East Stars 2 (Juan Montealegre-Corriols 66’, 74’), at San Juan North Secondary;

W Connection 3 (Maliki Clement 13’, Tyrell Bereaux 14’, Jaden Grant 88’+2) vs Defence Force FC 0, Ato Boldon Stadium;

Central FC 1 (Christopher Brooks 66’) vs Club Sando 1 (Jean-Pierre Reyes 49’), at Edinburgh 500.

UNDER-17 Division
Police FC 2 (Terrell Brown 5’, Matthias Hinkson 25’) vs Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Jardell Mitchell 11’), at Police Academy;

Point Fortin Civic 4 (Ezekiel Kesar 2’, Ezekiel Richards 60’, Jahmali Cobham 79’, Darion Campbell 81’) vs Terminix La Horquetta Rangers 1 (Josiah Edwards 7’), at Mahaica Oval;

San Juan Jabloteh 4 (Malachai Daniel 3’, 7’, Jerry Morris 15’, 33’) vs North East Stars 2 (Jordan Romany 9’, 89’), at San Juan North Secondary;

W Connection 1 (Terrell Noel 54’) vs Defence Force FC 0, Ato Boldon Stadium;

Central FC 0 vs Club Sando 3 (Jaden Mc Kree 7’, 51’, Kern Cedeno 87’), at Edinburgh 500.
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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #182 on: May 12, 2019, 10:24:57 PM »
Jabloteh crowned Youth Pro League U-13 champions; qualifies for 2020 Concacaf U-13 Champions League
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San Juan Jabloteh are champions of the youngest age-group division in the Youth Pro League (YPL) for a fifth consecutive time when they secured the 2019 Under-13 crown by their penultimate match day on Saturday.

The race for the YPL Under-15 and Under-17 titles, however, goes down to the wire on final league day next Sunday with four teams in each division still standing with a mathematical chance.

Jabloteh U13s, though, stretched their unbeaten run to eight from eight with a 6-1 win over bottom-placed Defence Force FC in front of home supporters at San Juan North Secondary to put an unassailable 22 points on the standings.

Defence Force fell behind after just three minutes when Malik Harraman inadvertently headed past his own goalkeeper Josiah Chandler before Jabloteh star forward Lindell Sween (9, 20 & 30) snatched his seventh, eighth and ninth goals of the season. Raheem Mohan (13) and Thane Devenish (17), another player on 9 goals, scored the other items for the eventual champions.

Roshaun Doobay converted from the penalty spot after 12 minutes to celebrate Defence Force's consolation item.

Jabloteh are Trinidad and Tobago's qualified team at the 2019 Concacaf U13 Champions League (August 10-17) as champions of last season’s YPL, and their follow-up this season earns them a fourth qualification at the international tournament in 2020.

Keith Jeffrey, head coach of the Jabloteh U13s, was in full praise of his players and staff after securing the division's league title and a place at next year’s Concacaf tournament.

“We have Thane [Devenish], our second choice goalkeeper we used as a wide outfield player and he scored nine goals in the tournament including two hat-tricks; Joachim Calendar, a stalwart at the back; Kendell Castle, who has improved in midfield; Ability Hazel, captain of the team who has done an excellent job in keeping a lot of clean sheets; and we have [Lindell] Sween, another top goal scorer for us. These players make up the backbone of the team that has made us successful for the 2019 season,” said a glowing Jeffrey.

He added, “Coaches Dave Weekes and Andre ‘Andy’ Morales have assisted me in the success of the team. The administrative managers making everything possible administratively are Charmaine Villafana and Cyril George.

"It was a total effort and the success belongs to everyone at the club.”

Jeffrey, who is also technical director and first team head coach of the San Juan club, said winning the youngest age-group a fifth time in a row shows the level of standard set by Jabloteh in youth football.

"We have a brand in our youth programme,” he pointed out. “ …and we ask players coming into Jabloteh to honour this brand which has a history of success.”

Rivals W Connection (17 points) and Central FC (15 points) in second and third respectively after both sides were held to a 2-2 draw by Club Sando and Morvant Caledonia United, respectively, are left to battle for U13 runners-up.

Jabloteh U13s, meanwhile, are looking ahead to the Youth Pro League Cup (knockout) May 26 – June 16, and the Concacaf U13 Champions League in August.

Jeffrey said the YPL Cup competition will provide a huge challenge for his outfit, pointing out that U13 teams such as Central, North East Stars and Sando are very good teams. “In knockout it’s on the day so we must prepare to go very hard. It will be a final for us against every team we face.”

“We welcome the challenges as we prepare for the Concacaf [U13] Champions League. We reached the quarterfinals the two times before and this year we want to go one step further. So everything now will fall under our preparation for Concacaf,” ended Jeffrey.

Jabloteh visit Sando at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium on Sunday 19 May for their final league match before the Youth Pro League knockout competition begins around the corner—May 26 – June 16.

Sando (19 points) leads the U17 table after eking a 1-0 win over Connection but Angus Eve’s players are just one point ahead of Police FC and Civic (both on 18 points) after the young Blues defeated the Point Fortin side 3-1 on Sunday.

Connection and Central (both on 16 points) occupy fourth and fifth on the U17 standings ahead of next Sunday’s final match day.

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers (18 points) leads the U15 standings and will welcome Defence Force on Sunday at D’Abadie Recreation Ground in hopes of holding off Jabloteh (17 points), Police (16 points) and Civic (16 points) for the division’s title.

Other final league day fixtures includes Civic hosting Morvant Caledonia United at Mahaica Oval and Police against host North East Stars at Hasely Crawford Stadium.

Youth Pro League 2019
Upcoming Match Day Nine fixtures (final league match day)
(Sunday 19 May)

Point Fortin Civic vs Morvant Caledonia United, at Mahaica Oval;

North East Stars vs Police FC, at Hasely Crawford Stadium training field;

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers vs Defence Force FC, at D'Abadie Recreation Ground;

Club Sando vs San Juan Jabloteh, at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Central FC vs W Connection, at Edinburgh 500, Chaguanas.

Match Day Eight results
(May 11)
UNDER-13 Division

Central FC 2 (Micha'el John 10', Thomas Decle 28') vs Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Lyndell George 60', 65'), Edinburgh 500;

Club Sando 2 (Jaazaniah Greene 3’, Gabriel Collins 20') vs W Connection 2 (Chaz Forde 9’, 12'), at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

San Juan Jabloteh 6 (Malik Harraman Own Goal 3', Lindell Sween 9', 20', 30', Raheem Mohan 13', Thane Devenish 17') vs Defence Force FC 1 (Roshaun Doobay 12' pen.), at San Juan North Secondary;

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers 1 (Mark Thomas 63') vs North East Stars 3 (Josiah Connell 25', Logan Maingot 46', Kade Collier 47'), at D'Abadie Recreation Ground.

(May 12)
Point Fortin Civic 1 (Kwesi Seales 25’) vs Police FC 4 (Stephon James 29’, 60’, 67’, Tyrese Manswell 54’), at Mahaica Oval.

UNDER-15 Division
Central FC 1 (Tyrik Trotman 12’) vs Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Giovanni Warner 77’, Jaheem Williams 78’), Edinburgh 500;

Club Sando 1 (Daylon Riley 78’) vs W Connection 0, at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Israel Joseph 46’, Kyle Dwarika 55’) vs Defence Force FC 0, at San Juan North Secondary;

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers 2 (Akiem St. Phillip 3’, Yannis Oliver 66’) vs North East Stars 0, at D'Abadie Recreation Ground.

(May 12)
Point Fortin Civic 0 vs Police FC 0, at Mahaica Oval.

UNDER-17 Division
Central FC 5 (Malik Robinson 6’, Isaiah Samuel 13’, Ivan Dos Santos 29’, Naeem Bisnath Own Goal 48’, Drei Guisseppi 69’) vs Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Joshua Ambrose Own Goal 47’), Edinburgh 500;

Club Sando 1 (Nesean Duncan 78’) vs W Connection 0, at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

San Juan Jabloteh 4 (Aaron Perouse 24’, 58’, 59’, Jaheim Faustin 62’) vs Defence Force FC 0, at San Juan North Secondary;

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers 0 vs North East Stars 0, at D'Abadie Recreation Ground.

(May 12)
Point Fortin Civic 1 (Darion Campbell 50’) vs Police FC 3 (Matthias Hinkson 26’, Erin Steeple 51’, 80’), at Mahaica Oval.
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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #183 on: May 24, 2019, 03:28:12 PM »
Civic are new U15 champions; Rangers U15s to join U13, U17 outfits in Cup playoffs
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Point Fortin Civic are champions of the Youth Pro League 2019 Under-15 division, a follow up of last season's Under-18 title, after beating runners-up Police FC to the crown by three points after Terminix La Horquetta Rangers were overturned as champions due to player ineligibility.

Civic are one of four U15 teams (Morvant Caledonia United, North East Stars and Defence Force FC the others) to have their losses against Rangers reversed by the League.

The league rules state: “Any team playing an unregistered or otherwise ineligible player or players shall have the points gained in the match(es) played deducted from its total points earned and may be subject to further sanctions at the discretion of the Board.

“In addition, the opposing teams in all such instances shall be awarded three points and three goals. This will also be reflected in the overall statistics of the league competition. Any team which would have achieved a higher score than mentioned above in winning any such game will maintain the score.”

Rangers U15s, as a result, dropped seven spots into eighth and must join their Under-13 and Under-15 teams in the Richard Fakoory Memorial Youth Pro League Cup (knockout) play-offs on Sunday 26 May.

Rangers U13s will face Defence Force from 10am at Ato Boldon Stadium before their U15 and U17 teams tackle North East Stars from 2pm and 4pm respectively at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium for quarter-final spots.

Other play-offs include Point Fortin Civic against Police FC in the U13 division from 10am at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium and Defence Force taking on W Connection in U15 action and San Juan Jabloteh in the U17 division from 2pm and 4pm respectively at Ato Boldon Stadium.

Jabloteh, last season's YPL Cup finalist in all three divisions, captured this season's U13 league title while last season's Cup U16 winners Club Sando won the league's U17 division.

Richard Fakoory Memorial Youth Pro League Cup 2019
Play-Off Round (May 26)


Under-13 Division

Point Fortin Civic vs Police FC—10am at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers vs Defence Force FC—10am at Ato Boldon Stadium.

Under-15 Division

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers vs North East Stars—2pm at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

W Connection vs Defence Force FC—2pm at Ato Boldon Stadium.

Under-17 Division

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers vs North East Stars—4pm at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

San Juan Jabloteh vs Defence Force FC—4pm at Ato Boldon Stadium.

Quarter-Final Round (June 02)

Under-13 Division

A. San Juan Jabloteh vs Point Fortin Civic/Police FC;

B. Central FC vs Terminix La Horquetta Rangers/Defence Force FC;

C. W Connection vs Club Sando;

D. North East Stars vs Morvant Caledonia United.

Under-15 Division

A. Point Fortin Civic vs Terminix La Horquetta Rangers/North East Stars;

B. Police FC vs W Connection/Defence Force FC;

C. San Juan Jabloteh vs Central FC;

D. Morvant Caledonia United vs Club Sando.

Under-17 Division

A. Club Sando vs Terminix La Horquetta Rangers vs North East Stars;

B. Police FC vs San Juan Jabloteh/Defence Force FC;

C. W Connection vs Morvant Caledonia United;

D. Point Fortin Civic vs Central FC.

Semi-Final Round (June 09)

A vs D
B vs C

Final (June 16)
Ato Boldon Stadium

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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #184 on: May 31, 2019, 06:57:58 PM »
Rangers secure place in Youth Pro League quarters.
By Joel Bailey (Newsday).


TERMINIX La Horquetta Rangers are through to the Under-15 quarter-finals of the Richard Fakoory Memorial Youth Pro League Cup (YPL Cup) after progressing out of last Sunday’s play-offs.

Jadon Clarke struck his first hat-trick at the Youth Pro League to lift Rangers past their North East Stars Under-15 counterparts with a 3-0 win at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella, cooling disappointment after they were stripped of the U-15 league crown a week ago due to player ineligibility.

Rangers, ironically, must return to the Marabella venue to face U-15 league champions Point Fortin Civic from 2 pm on quarter-final Sunday—June 2.

Rangers Under-13s also progressed from the play-offs and will face U-13 league runners-up Central FC in the quarter-finals from 10 am at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium training field.

Defence Force FC U-13s enjoyed a 4-2 result against their Rangers counterparts in what was supposed to be their first win of the season in all competitions, but the result was later overturned due to player ineligibility.

Rangers Under-17s, however, ended with nine men – Emmanuel Hunte and Akidoon Weeks red carded – and on the wrong end of a 2-0 loss against North East Stars at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium.

Andrew de Gannes and Joshua Lewis both converted from the penalty spot in the second half to send North East Stars through to the quarter-finals against U-17 league winners Club Sando at the same Marabella venue from 4 pm.

San Juan Jabloteh, last season’s defeated Cup finalists in all three divisions, will tackle Police FC in the U-13 and U-17 divisions, and Central FC in the U-15 age group with all three quarter-final matches to be contested at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. The U-13 and U-17 matches will be contested on the main field of the Couva venue from 10 am and 4 pm, respectively, while the U-15 contest will be played on the training field from 2 pm.

Police U-13s advanced from the play-offs when they defeated Point Fortin Civic 4-2 to meet U-13 league champions Jabloteh.

Other quarter-final match-ups will see W Connection take on Club Sando in the U-13 division from 10 am at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, and North East Stars against Morvant Caledonia United in the same division and same time at the Ato Boldon Stadium training field.

Police FC and Connection will clash from 2 pm at Ato Boldon Stadium in the U-15 quarter-finals while Morvant Caledonia are against Club Sando in the same division simultaneously at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium training field.

In the U-17 age-group, Connection and Morvant Caledonia face each other from 4 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium training field, and Point Fortin Civic takes on Central FC simultaneously at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium training field.

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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #185 on: June 18, 2019, 12:04:36 AM »
Jabloteh repeats U-13 Youth Pro League champs.
By Keith Clement (Guardian).


Cameron Gul­ston reg­is­tered a beaver-trick to lead San Juan Jabloteh to a 7-1 maul­ing of Cen­tral FC in the Un­der-13 Di­vi­sion of T&T Youth Pro League Richard Fakoory Memo­r­i­al Cup fi­nal at the Ato Boldon Sta­di­um in Bal­main, Cou­va, on Sun­day.

Win­ners of the di­vi­sion­al league crown for a fourth straight sea­son last month, Jabloteh stormed in­to the lead as ear­ly as the first minute via Gul­ston, who added fur­ther strikes in the 18th, 65th and 71st min­utes.

Myeki­ah Hay­wood added a pair of goals in the 16th and 31st and An­tho­ny Alexan­der al­so got his name on the score­sheet in the 42nd, while Eli­jah Wong net­ted Cen­tral FC’s con­so­la­tion item in the 47th.

While Jabloteh cruised to its ti­tle tri­umph, Club San­do's Un­der-15s and W Con­nec­tion's Un­der-17s se­cured their ti­tles on penal­ty-kicks af­ter 1-1 draws.

In the Un­der-15 de­cider, Po­lice went ahead against Club San­do in the 48th minute through Ra­heem At­i­ba, on­ly to be pegged back by Alex Cha­con-Her­nan­dez’s 63rd-minute equalis­er, be­fore the south­ern team snatched vic­to­ry 3-1 via penal­ty kicks.

Club San­do had a chance at an­oth­er ti­tle in the Un­der-17 Di­vi­sion but fell 5-4 on penal­ty kicks to W Con­nec­tion fol­low­ing a 1-1 dead­lock.

This af­ter Nir­van Ram­nar­ine tied up the score for W Con­nec­tion in the 79th minute from the penal­ty spot af­ter Ad­i­ca Ash had fired Club San­do ahead in the 39th.

Sun­day’s Re­sults

Un­der-13 Di­vi­sion

Jabloteh 7 (Cameron Gul­ston 1st, 18th, 65th, 71st, Myeki­ah Hay­wood 16th, 31st, An­tho­ny Alexan­der 42nd) vs Cen­tral FC 1 (Eli­jah Wong 47th)

Un­der-15 Di­vi­sion

Club San­do 1 (Alex Cha­con Her­nan­dez 63rd) vs Po­lice FC 1 (Ra­heem At­i­ba 48th) - Club San­do won 3-1 on penal­ty kicks

Un­der-17 Di­vi­sion

Club San­do 1 (Nir­van Ram­nar­ine 79th pen) vs W Con­nec­tion 1 (Ad­i­ca Ash 39th) - W Con­nec­tion won 5-4 on penal­ty kicks

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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #186 on: June 23, 2020, 12:14:40 PM »
The Youth Pro League is scheduled to start on 12 July with 12 teams involved.

The participating clubs are:

AC Port of Spain, QPCC, Morvant Caledonia United, W Connection, Central FC, San Juan Jabloteh, Cunupia FC, Point Fortin Civic, Club Sando, Police FC, Defence Force and La Horquetta Rangers.

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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #187 on: June 26, 2020, 11:37:38 AM »
Griffith confirms green light for youth team sport, YPL to kick off on 12 July.
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Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith confirmed this evening that youth team sport can commence immediately, despite a statement from chief medical officer Dr Roshan Parasram, who said all children activities should wait until September.

Griffith said that, after a few calls, he can now clarify that Parasram was referring to activities like children’s camps and not organised sport for young men and women.

“Just to clarify, I liaised with the minister of national security because there seemed to be some confusion and youth team managers were contacting me for clarification,” Griffith told Wired868. “And as stated by the prime minister and confirmed by the minister of national security, all team sport is allowed from 22 June and that includes youth team sport.

“What the CMO was referring to was situations like summer camps but for things like the Youth Pro League, permission was already given [to run the competition]. You also have players who are under-18 and training with national senior teams and obviously you are not going to ban them.

“One lingering issue might be with spectators like parents and so on who would want to congregate for games; and that is something we want to rectify. But youth teams can start training and playing games with immediate effect.”

It means that Trinidad and Tobago’s youth football teams can finally emerge from hibernation due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The Youth Pro League is scheduled to start on 12 July with 12 teams involved. The participating clubs are: AC Port of Spain, QPCC, Morvant Caledonia United, W Connection, Central FC, San Juan Jabloteh, Cunupia FC, Point Fortin Civic, Club Sando, Police FC, Defence Force and Terminix La Horquetta Rangers.

The Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) will kick off in September.

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Re: T&T Youth Pro League Thread.
« Reply #188 on: June 30, 2020, 06:52:05 AM »
So how it is that the Youth PRO League can take place and Youth Leagues in Tobago have not gotten the green light ??