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Re: 2014/15 National Super League Thread
« Reply #60 on: January 15, 2015, 03:02:05 AM »
Club Sando win away from Super crown.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Kevon Woodley banged in a second-half double to lead Club Sando to a 5-1 thrashing of Siparia Spurs in their top-of-the-table Group A “Big Eight” match to climb to within a point of T&T Football Association National Super League crown on Sunday.

Devon Modeste opened the scoring for Club Sando in the 29th minute at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella for a 1-0 half-time lead before Woodley netted a quick brace, in the 55th and 62nd to put the match beyond doubt.

Former national youth player Jack Weedon extended the lead to 4-0 in the 86th while Kerwin Baptiste pulled one back for Spurs in the 89th, only for Keith Williams to net a fifth for Club Sando on the stroke of full-time.

The win lifted Club Sando to maximum 15 points from five matches, five more than Suprs and Defence Force with two matches left for each club.

Defence Force kept its faint hopes alive with a 2-0 blanking of WASA thanks to goals from Jamal Goodridge and Michael Edwards while in the other matches, Aaron Ballantyne’s treble led La Horquetta past Guaya United 5-4, and Petrotrin Palo Seco drew goalless with 1976 FC Phoenix.

Sunday’s super league results

Group A  (January 11)

Club Sando 5 (Kevon Woodley 55th, 62nd, Devon Modeste 29th, Jack Weedon 86th, Keith Williams 90th) vs Siparia Spurs 1 (Kerwin Baptiste 89th)

Defence Force 2 (Jamal Goodridge 31st, Michael Edwards 74th) vs WASA 0

La Horquetta 5 (Aaron Ballantyne 43rd, 53rd, 94th, Kern Roberts 47th, Fedric Commissiong 89th) vs Guaya United 4 (Carlon Hughes 26th, 64th, Ryan Stewart 14th, Kerdell Alfred 66th)

Petrotrin Palo Seco 0 vs 1976 Phoenix 0

Group B

Goal City 3 (Ikim Charles, Akini Ferguson, Kayode Legall) vs Las Lomas 1 (Stephen Lewis)

Bethel United 3 vs Malabar FC 0—By Default

Santa Rosa 1 (Richard Inniss 39th) vs Real Maracas 0

Standings - Group A (Top Eight)
 
Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Club Sando    5    5    0    0    17    4    15
Siparia Spurs    5    3    1    1    10    6    10
Defence Force    5    3    1    1    9    6    10
Phoenix    5    2    1    2    5    6    7
La Horquetta    5    2    1    2    11    13    7
WASA    5    1    1    3    4    8    4
Petrotrin P/S    5    0    2    3    2    6    2
Guaya Utd    5    0    1    4    6    12    1

Group B (Relegation Big Six)

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Santa Rosa    3    3    0    0    6    0    9
Goal City    4    2    1    1    9    5    7
Las Lomas    4    2    0    2    7    6    6
Bethel Utd    2    1    0    1    3    4    3
Real Maracas    3    1    0    2    2    4    3
Stokely Vale    3    1    0    2    4    7    3
Malabar    3    0    1    2    3    8    1

Fixtures - Sunday January 18 fixtures

Group A

Petrotrin Palo Seco vs Club Sando, Palo Seco Rec Ground, 3.30pm
Siparia Spurs vs WASA, Fyzabad Rec Ground, 3.30pm
Guaya Utd vs Defence Force, Guaya Rec Ground, 3.30pm
La Horquetta vs 1976 FC Phoenix, UTT Ground, O’Meara Road, Arima, 6pm

Group B

Stokelyvale vs Malabar, Plymouth Rec. Ground, 4pm
Real Maracas vs Goal City, Maracas Rec Ground, St Joseph, 3.30pm
Bethel Utd vs Santa Rosa, Mt Gomery, 4pm​

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Re: 2014/15 National Super League Thread
« Reply #61 on: January 17, 2015, 02:59:13 AM »
Real Maracas eases relegation worries.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Real Maracas eased its relegation worries in the T&T Football Association National Super League after a 3-1 whipping of Bethel United in their Group B Relegation Big-Eight round-robin clash at Maracas Recreation Ground, St Joseph on Wednesday.

The win lifted Real Maracas to joint third on the table with Las Lomas, both on six points from four matches each while Santa Rosa leads with maximum nine points from three matches—two more than Goal City, which has played four.

Bethel stayed fifth with three points from as many matches, the same as Stokely Vale while Malabar FC is bottom of the table with a point.

At the end of the round-robin series, the bottom two clubs will join already relegated Joe Public as teams heading back to their respective zonal association competitions at the expense of the three teams to be promoted from the T&T Football Association “Champion of Champions” competition.

Meanwhile, in the Group A “Big Eight” competition, Club Sando will hope to continue its march to the crown when it travels to Petrotrin Palo Seco for a 3.30 pm meeting tomorrow.

Club Sando curently sits nicely at the top of the standings with maximum 15 points from five matches, five more than Spurs and Defence Force and can wrap up the title with a win and slip ups by both their rivals.

Spurs will be at home to WASA at Fyzabad Recreation Ground, while Defence Force will also be in the southland, as it goes to Guaya Recreation Ground to face Guaya United.

Results

Group B:

Real Maracas 3 vs Bethel Utd 1, Maracas St Joseph Rec Ground

Tomorrow’s Matches

Group A:

Petrotrin Palo Seco vs Club Sando, Palo Seco Rec. Ground, 3.30pm
Siparia Spurs vs WASA, Fyzabad Re. Ground, 3.30pm
Guaya Utd vs Defence Force, Guaya Rec Ground, 3.30pm
La Horquetta vs 1976 FC Phoenix, UTT Ground, O’Meara Rd, Arima, 6pm

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Re: 2014/15 National Super League Thread
« Reply #62 on: January 20, 2015, 02:51:04 AM »
Club Sando edges Petrotrin Palo Seco for Super League title.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Devon Modeste and Mickel Charles got a goal each as Club Sando came from behind to beat Petrotrin Palo Seco 2-1 to take the T&T Football Association (TTFA) National Super League Group A “Big Eight” crown.

Starting Sunday’s penultimate round of matches with maximum 15 points from five matches, five more than Spurs and Defence Force, Club Sando only needed a draw and its two main rivals to slip up to lift the crown.

However, hosts Petrotrin Palo Seco stunned the visitors when Corey Cyrus banged in the opener in the 26th.

But just when it seemed Petrotrin Palo Seco would take the lead into the break, Modeste drew Club Sando level, and in the second-half, Charles got the decisive item in the 68th to secure the three points. The win carried Club Sando to maximum 18 points from six matches, seven clear of Defence Force and eight ahead of Spurs with a match left for each club.

Defence Force was held 1-1 by Guaya United at Guaya to move to 11 points, while Spurs were blanked 3-0 by former champions, WASA at Fyzabad Recreation Ground in the other Group A matches played. Meanwhile, in the Group B “Relegation Big-Eight” round-robin series previous top two, FC Santa Rosa and D’Lime Goal City were both beaten.

At the Maracas Recreation Ground, Real Maracas pipped Goal City 2-1 to go trop of the seven-team table with nine points from five matches, the same as FC Santa Rosa, which has a match in hand and superior goal-difference.

Over in Tobago, Bethel United blanked FC Santa Rosa 2-0 to hand the latter its first loss in four matches while Stokely Vale joined Las Lomas and Bethel United with six points after crushing Malabar 7-0 at Plymouth.

At the end of the six-match round-robin schedule, the bottom two clubs will join already relegated Joe Public as teams heading back to their respective zonal association competitions at the expense of the three teams to be promoted from the T&T Football Association “Champion of Champions” competition.

Super League Standings - Group A (Top Eight):

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Club Sando    6    6    0    0    19    5    18
Defence Force    6    3    2    1    10    7    11
Siparia Spurs    6    3    1    2    10    9    10
WASA    6    2    1    3    7    8    7
Phoenix    5    2    1    2    5    6    7
Petrotrin P/S    6    1    2    3    6    9    5
La Horquetta     5    1    1    3    9    15    4
Guaya Utd    6    0    2    4    7    13    2

Group B (Relegation Big Six):

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Real Maracas    5    3    0    2    7    6    9
Santa Rosa    4    3    0    1    6    2    9
Goal City    5    2    1    2    10    7    7
Stokely Vale    4    2    0    2    11    7    6
Las Lomas    4    2    0    2    7    6    6
Bethel Utd    4    2    0    2    6    7    6
Malabar    4    0    1    3    3    15    1

Super League Results​

Group A:

Club Sando 2 (Devon Modeste 40th, Mickel Charles 68th) vs Petrotrin Palo Seco 1 (Corey Cyrus 26th)

WASA 3 (Gary Glasgow 16th, 41st, Dominic Hutchinson 75th) vs Siparia Spurs 0

Guaya United 1 (Ryan Stewart 62nd) vs Defence Force 1 (Brandon Fountain 88th)

Group B:

Stokely Vale 7 (Trevonne James 6th, 73rd, Krishawn Joseph 11th, Travis Winchester 33rd, Dominic Mc Dougall 44th, Omar Charles 77th) vs Malabar 0

Bethel 2 (Carron Williams 73rd, Densyl James 77th) vs Santa Rosa 0

Real Maracas 2 (Shakquille Smith 35th, Andell King 74th o.g) vs Goal City 1 (Akini Ferguson)

Upcoming Fixtures - ​Group A:

Tomorrow:

La Horquetta vs 1976 Phoenix, UTT Ground, O’Meara Road, Arima, 6 pm

Sunday:

Phoenix vs Club Sando, Canaan Rec. Ground, 4 pm
WASA vs La Horquetta, WASA Ground, St Joseph, 3.30 pm
Petrotrin Palo Seco vs Guaya Utd, Palo Seco, 3.30 pm
Defence Force vs Siparia Spurs, Youth Camp, Macqueripe, Chaguaramas, 3.30 pm

Group B:

Wednesday:

Stokelyvale vs Bethel Utd, Plymouth Rec. Ground, 4 pm
Santa Rosa vs Las Lomas, Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya, 3.30 pm
Real Maracas vs Malabar, Maracas Rec Ground, St Joseph, 3.30 pm

Sunday:

Goal City vs Stokelyvale, Plymouth Rec. Ground, 3.30 pm
Bethel Utd vs Las Lomas, Mt Gomery Ground, 5 pm
Santa Rosa vs Malabar, Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya, 3.30 pm

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Re: 2014/15 National Super League Thread
« Reply #63 on: January 23, 2015, 02:48:21 AM »
Williams keeps Phoenix in 2nd spot hunt.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Sheldon Williams scored a last minute goal as visiting 1976 Fc Phoenix edged La Horquetta SA 1-0 to stay in the hunt for second spot in the The T&T Football Association National Super League Group A “Big Eight” competition.

With the win at UTT Ground, O’Meara Road, Arima on Wednesday, Phoenix improved to ten points from six matches, the same as Siparia Spurs and one behind Defence Force with a match left for each club.

Last weekend Club Sando clinched the title with its six straight win for maximum 18 points from six matches, seven clear of Defence Force.

In the final round of matches on Sunday, Phoenix host Club Sando at Canaan Ground, Bon Accord and Defence Force host Spurs at Chaguaramas with second spot up for grabs.

Meanwhile, the battle to avoid a bottom two finish in the seven-team Group B relegation series will go down to Sunday’s fina round of matches with all still to play for.

This after leaders Santa Rosa (ten points) was held to a 0-0 draw by Las Lomas, one of two teams on seven points while

Stokelyvale crushed Bethel Utd 4-0 to move into second on nine points, level with Real Maracas which had its match against Malabar FC postponed.

At the end of the six-match round-robin schedule, the bottom two clubs will join already relegated Joe Public as teams heading back to their respective zonal association competitions at the expense of the three teams to be promoted from the T&T Football Association “Champion of Champions” competition.

Standings - Group A (Top Eight):

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Club Sando    6    6    0    0    19    5    18
Defence Force    6    3    2    1    10    7    11
Siparia Spurs    6    3    1    2    10    9    10
Phoenix    6    3    1    2    6    6    10
WASA    6    2    1    3    7    8    7
Petrotrin P/S    6    1    2    3    6    9    5
La Horquetta    6    1    1    4    9    16    4
Guaya Utd    6    0    2    4    7    13    2

Group B (Relegation Big Six):

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Santa Rosa    5    3    1    1    6    2    10
Stokely Vale    5    3    0    2    15    7    9
Real Maracas    5    3    0    2    7    6    9
Goal City    5    2    1    2    10    7    7
Las Lomas    5    2    1    2    7    6    7
Bethel Utd    5    2    0    3    6    11    6
Malabar    4    0    1    3    3    15    1

Wednesday’s Super League Results - Group A:

1976 Phoenix 1 (Sheldon Williams 90th) vs La Horquetta 0

Group B:

Stokelyvale 4 (Lashawn Roberts 22nd, Trevonne James 77th, Travis Winchester 78th, Zmichael Lovell 86th) vs Bethel 0

Las Lomas 0 vs Santa Rosa 0

Real Maracas vs Malabar FC - Did Not play

Upcoming Fixtures - Group A:

Sunday Jan 25:

Phoenix vs Club Sando, Canaan Rec. Ground, 4pm
WASA vs La Horquetta, WASA Ground, St Joseph, 3.30pm
Petrotrin Palo Seco vs Guaya Utd, Palo Seco, 3.30pm
Defence Force vs Siparia Spurs, Youth Camp, Macqueripe, Chaguaramas, 3.30pm

Group B:

Sunday Jan 25:

Goal City vs Stokelyvale, Plymouth Rec. Ground, 3.30pm
Bethel Utd vs Las Lomas, Mt Gomery Ground, 5pm
Santa Rosa vs Malabar, Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya, 3.30pm

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Intriguing battle to avoid relegation in Super League
« Reply #64 on: January 25, 2015, 09:40:08 AM »
Intriguing battle to avoid relegation in Super League
Tobago News


The curtain will come down on the National Super League which commenced last year on Sunday with the final round of games in both the first and second tier of the Second Phase of the Tournament.

Teams in the first tier are battling for lucrative cash prizes, while teams in the second tier are in a dogfight to avoid relegation.

The battle to avoid relegation may be decided today according to what happened in the games which were played last Wednesday. However, up to presstime the results of these games were not available.

Malabar FC with one point will definitely be returning to their zone, but four teams including the three Tobago teams; D’Lime Bar Goal City, Stokely Vale and Bethel United must win their two remaining games or one or both of them will be returning to the Tobago Football League.

Today (Sunday) Stokely Vale FC will be at home against D’Lime Bar Goal City at the Plymouth Recreation Ground. Both teams must win this game to have a hope of returning.

D’Lime Bar Goal City are on seven points and Stokely Vale on six, while Bethel United which are also on six points will entertain Coosal Las Lomas.

Last Sunday, Bethel United upset Santa Rosa FC 2-1, while the Stokely Vale powered their way past Malabar FC 7-0 and D’Lime Bar Goal City were edged 2-1 by Real Maracas.

Against Malabar FC, Stokely Vale entertained their home crowd with a good brand of attacking football and solid defence as they were in total control from start to finish.

They got their first goal from Trevonne James after six minutes when he collected a loose ball and scored. Five minutes later, Krishawn Joseph hit a bullet from a difficult angle to beat the goalkeeper and in the 33rd minute Travis Winchester hit a rocket from about 30 metres out that flew into the net. In the 44th minute Dominic McDugal scored to give his team a four -nil half time lead.

On the resumption, Phoenix continued to dominate their opponents and scored three more goals, a double from Omar Charles, while James completed his brace with a 73rd minute item.

Bethel held their opponent, Santa Rosa FC up to the 73rd minute, but two goals in four minutes gave the visitors the victory at at the Mt Pleasant Recreation Ground.

Real Maracas stopped D’Lime Bar Goal City 2-1. Akini Ferguson scored for the losers.

In the First Tier 1976 Phoenix FC which were idle last Sunday are on seven points the same as WASA FC with a game in hand. They played NLCB La Horquetta in Trinidad last Wednesday and will be at home to table toppers, Club Sando today (Sunday). An upset victory today will give them a top four finish.
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Re: 2014/15 National Super League Thread
« Reply #65 on: January 28, 2015, 02:51:05 AM »
Club Sando maintain Super League lead.
T&T Express Reports.


Club Sando maintained their lead a top Group A of the National Super League thanks to a 4-1 demolition of Phoenix over the weekend.

In other results, Defence Force came from a 2-0 deficit to beat Siparia Spurs 3-2 but are still seven points behind leaders Club Sando.

Siparia took an early lead following second minute strike from Jesse Edwards. Nine minutes later, Edwards doubled his team’s lead before Defence Force pulled one back in the 34th minute thanks to Christopher Durity as the game remained tight heading into the half-time break.

Brandon Fountain then scored for Defence Force in the 60th before Akil Morris gave them the lead in the 67th.

Super League Results

Group A

1976 Phoenix 1 vs Club Sando 4

Petrotrin Palo Seco 2 (William Garcia 55’, Romauld Arguillera 65’) vs Guaya United 1 (Akeel Paul 47’)

Defence Force FC 3 (Christopher Durity 34’, Brandon Fountain 60, Akil Morris 67’) vs Siparia Spurs 2 (Jesse Edwards 2’ & 11’)
 
Group B

‘D’ Lime Bar Goal City 2 (Kerlon Ferguson 14’, Akini Ferguson 67’) vs Stokelyvale FC 0

Bethel United 4 (Vernon Wilson 21’ & 79’, Carron Williams 54’, Anton Simon 83’) vs Coosal’s Las Lomas Utd 1 (Travis Joseph 23’)

FC Santa Rosa 3 vs Malabar FC 0

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Re: 2014/15 National Super League Thread
« Reply #66 on: January 29, 2015, 08:48:43 AM »
Club Sando maintain Super League lead.
T&T Express Reports.


Club Sando maintained their lead a top Group A of the National Super League thanks to a 4-1 demolition of Phoenix over the weekend.

In other results, Defence Force came from a 2-0 deficit to beat Siparia Spurs 3-2 but are still seven points behind leaders Club Sando.

Siparia took an early lead following second minute strike from Jesse Edwards. Nine minutes later, Edwards doubled his team’s lead before Defence Force pulled one back in the 34th minute thanks to Christopher Durity as the game remained tight heading into the half-time break.

Brandon Fountain then scored for Defence Force in the 60th before Akil Morris gave them the lead in the 67th.

Super League Results

Group A

1976 Phoenix 1 vs Club Sando 4

Petrotrin Palo Seco 2 (William Garcia 55’, Romauld Arguillera 65’) vs Guaya United 1 (Akeel Paul 47’)

Defence Force FC 3 (Christopher Durity 34’, Brandon Fountain 60, Akil Morris 67’) vs Siparia Spurs 2 (Jesse Edwards 2’ & 11’)
 
Group B

‘D’ Lime Bar Goal City 2 (Kerlon Ferguson 14’, Akini Ferguson 67’) vs Stokelyvale FC 0

Bethel United 4 (Vernon Wilson 21’ & 79’, Carron Williams 54’, Anton Simon 83’) vs Coosal’s Las Lomas Utd 1 (Travis Joseph 23’)

FC Santa Rosa 3 vs Malabar FC 0


Club Sando maintains Super League lead or they won the damn league. WTF Express. Dat is a blunder.