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Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot
« on: May 08, 2008, 06:08:16 AM »
Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot       
Written by Randy Bando     
St Ann’s Rangers booked their Courts Pro Bowl quarterfinal clash against Caledonia AIA after hurting Tobago United with a 3-1 win at the Larry Gomes Stadium in their playoff clash.

Tobago United still fresh from their 5-1 trashing by Rangers in their League clash on Saturday suffered their second consecutive defeat to the Anthony Streete coached side.

St Ann’s Rangers compelled to another riveting performance came close in just the second minute when Josimar Belgrave pulled an effort just wide of goalkeeper Richard Reynolds far post.

But 8 minutes into the match Corneal Thomas punished some poor defending slotting the ball past Reynolds from a corner to put Rangers 1-0 up.

Tobago United forward Collie Hurcules equalized for the Tobagonians in the 35th minute on a second bite effort after his initial effort was well blocked out by goalkeeper Shane Mattis—however Granger had the ball stopped by his groin area and by the second effort he was crippled momentarily.

But 2minutes from the half time whistle Rangers skipper Josimar Belgrave restored his team advantage 2-1 when he comfortably netted low past Reynolds after receiving a pass unmarked inside the area.

Tobago United returned with a sting in the 46th minute when Carey Harris pulled his trigger from above the area to shoot just wide forcing Mattis to make a dive.

But 47th minute Rangers’ Abiola Clarence stretched their lead to 3-1 after blasting past a full stretched Reynolds from 23 yards out after a wonderful build-up from the right side.

In the 57th minute winger Devon Modeste had the opportunity to put the match out of Tobago’s reach before the hour mark but after being set free inside the area he was dispossessed by Reynolds.

Rangers had a number of other chances which they failed to convert, settling for their 3-1 win and their place in the Courts Pro Bowl quarterfinal against Caledonia AIA next Tuesday at the same Larry Gomes Stadium.
 
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Re: Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2008, 06:10:44 AM »
Rangers skipper Josimar Belgrave restored his team advantage 2-1 when he comfortably netted low past Reynolds after receiving a pass unmarked inside the area.

this player should get a call up I hope he's given a fear chance
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Re: Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2008, 07:08:50 AM »
Rangers skipper Josimar Belgrave restored his team advantage 2-1 when he comfortably netted low past Reynolds after receiving a pass unmarked inside the area.

this player should get a call up I hope he's given a fear chance
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Re: Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2008, 09:27:42 AM »
for playing well against Tobago United? ???

he is a good player, but needs to be alot more consistent

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Re: Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot
« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2008, 12:26:54 PM »
I ‘m not just talking about theses recent games he had 10 goals last year and he started mid way tru the season he’s captain us at under 17 and under 20 very good player check out the fact before you talk
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Re: Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot
« Reply #5 on: May 08, 2008, 12:43:11 PM »
was u17 capt...not u20...hislop was...

im not tryin 2 fight dwn your player...

all i said is that he needs to be more consistent... :beermug:

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Re: Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot
« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2008, 05:28:47 AM »
Josimar Belgrave is a decent player both him and Gorien Highley had attitude problems though, hope Belgrave grow up now. He head was in cloud 9 and he mother was part of the reason.
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Re: Rangers whip Tobago for Pro Bowl quarterfinal spot
« Reply #7 on: May 21, 2008, 07:56:30 PM »
Rangers hurt Joe Public in the ‘Lions den’       
Written by Randy Bando     
Sixth placed St Ann’s Rangers are on a scoring spree following their 5-1 league win over Tobago United and now trash Joe Public 3-0 at the Marvin Lee Stadium on Tuesday.

Captain Josimar Belgrave registered a double against the Lions netting on either side of the half but it was hard tackling Joseph Peters who opened the scoring in the 26thminute.

Belgrave’s items came in the 44th and 50th minutes for the 3-0 win over the Michael Mc Comie coached Joe Public.

However Joe Public dropping one place are still ahead of Rangers in 5th with 8 points, while the Anthony Streete coached side is in sixth with 7 points.

Rangers will face bottom of the table Ma Pau SC on Tuesday at the Larry Gomes Stadium while Joe Public are up against high rise North East Stars at the same Malabar venue.
 
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