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Offline Tiresais

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #30 on: August 25, 2015, 07:47:24 AM »
I like the new-look format - as they said in their press conference if they can encourage more teams to offer professional contracts that can only be a good thing for the local game. Would be interested to know which 2 teams didn't meet the league requirements - gonna guess that's Sidey's and Malta Caribs

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #31 on: August 25, 2015, 02:20:27 PM »
Anybody following this TTFA run league. I really asking the homies. The super league appears to be more community based league. They play a true home and away schedule. So all the people who are longing for community teams, why are they not supporting these teams? I also want to clarify something here with Club Sando. Are they a Moruga based team playing in San Fernando? I am assuming that the pro team will be playing in Skinner Park, while the super league team play in Moruga? Anyone ? Flex, Tallman?

Not sure Deeks, I'll see if I can find out more,,, the Super League under All Sports are definitely run better than the Pro League.

They are more organised to their fixtures and the time frame (not in line with Europe that is affecting the Pro League), however, they can surely improve on detailed match reports.

All leagues in T&T should start the same time, this is why all heads much come together and work together.

Imagine, if the FA Cup starts tomorrow, chances are a Super League team could win because they are already 7 games into their season.

Point Fortin lost some of their support because they went Pro. Expect the same for Club Sando, unless they get Skinner park.

Pro League and Super League games should be made double headers.

Maybe All Sport might make Super League and Championship Games double headers?



Some good ideas, but Skeene head is to big to work together with the SL or vise versa?


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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #32 on: August 25, 2015, 04:13:23 PM »
NGC CNG pumps 1.2 million 2015/2016 National Super League.
TTFA Media


The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association announced on Monday that NGC CNG (National Gas Company Compressed Natural Gas) Company Limited has entered in partnership with the FA to sponsor the 2015/2016 TTFA National Super League.

This partnership was announced at media conference at the VIP Lounge, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.

Anthony Harford, marketing director of All Sport Promotions Limited, which has been given the responsibility to run the operations of the League by the TTFA — said he was pleased with the growth of the competition which will now see 25 teams competing in two divisions.

The participating teams in the Premiership Division are reigning champs Club Sando Moruga, 1976 FC

Phoenix, Bethel United, Defence Force, Guaya United, FC Santa Rosa, Marabella Family Crisis Centre, Matura Re United, NLCB La Horquetta SA, Petrotrin Palo Seco, Police, Real Maracas, Siparia Spurs, Stokely Vale and WASA.

And, the teams who will be involved in the Championship Division are Barrackpore United, Chaguanas FC, Cunupia FC, Edinburgh 500, Malabar FC, Petit Valley United, Prisons FC, Queen’s Park, Saddle Hill Hotspurs and UTT (University of Trinidad and Tobago).

Harford disclosed, “each division will play a two-round league format and then all 25 clubs will compete together for a knockout title. In total, they are playing for a prize package of $1.2 million this year.”

He commended TSTT (Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago) for supporting the league for its first 12 years of existence and welcomed NGC CNG on board.

Curtis Mohammed, president of NGC CNG Company Limited, stated “We believe this is a fantastic opportunity for us to continue our partnership with sport.”

“We recognise how important the Super League is to the national football community and, as the Soca Warriors stand on the verge of the start of qualification for the Russia 2018 World Cup, we are happy to play our part.”

Also speaking at the launch was Gabre McTair, Director of Sports at the Ministry of Sport, who spoke on behalf of Minister Brent Sancho. The Championship Division will kick off today with Prisons facing Cunupia FC at the YTC Ground in Arouca from 4.15 pm; Queen’s Park hosting Saddle Hill at the Queen’s Park Oval from 6 pm; Edinburgh hosting Barrackpore at the Edinburgh Ground and Chaguanas FC entertaining Malabar FC at the New Settlement Ground (both in Chaguanas at 7 pm); and Petit Valley tackling UTT at the Northern Recreation Ground, Diego Martin at 8 pm.

Address by TTFA President Raymond Tim Kee

Trinidad and Tobago football has risen to new heights on both the international and domestic scene. In the space of two years, steps have been taken to bring football in our country to an unprecedented and exciting period that includes an expanded national league, a pathway for players who aspire and dare to reach their potential, and recognition of the stakeholders who have kept football alive in Trinidad and Tobago, the clubs.

We welcome back a familiar a vital partner, All Sport Promotions, as operator of the

TTFA National Super League and affirm our commitment in establishing the TTFA National Super League as a competition, creed by, for, and of the communities that field the 26 clubs that participate in what has become not only the largest senior level football league competition in Trinidad and Tobago but also in the Caribbean.

I am particularly pleased with the inclusion of a new competition level that will usher in a promotion/relegation system with the introduction of two divisions; National Super League Premiership Division and National Super League Championship Division.

An even more gratifying and exciting development is the introduction of a new corporate partner of the National Super League, CNG NGC Limited, The CNG National Super League partnership marks a new beginning for our national league clubs, players and coaches.

The TTFA thanks CNG for their support and we look forward to establishing a partnership that will use the power of football to promote environmental preservation

and energy conservation through the use of exciting new vehicles powered by CNG.

Our football continues to move forward and toward a new horizon.

Yours in Football
Raymond Tim Kee
TTFA President


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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #33 on: August 25, 2015, 08:00:24 PM »
I also want to clarify something here with Club Sando. Are they a Moruga based team playing in San Fernando? I am assuming that the pro team will be playing in Skinner Park, while the super league team play in Moruga? Anyone ? Flex, Tallman?

I’m not sure where Club Sando’s home games will be, but over the last few years in the Super League, most of their home games were played at Guaracara Park. Club Sando Moruga play their home games at Grand Chemin Recreation Ground in Moruga.
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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #34 on: August 27, 2015, 01:56:10 AM »
Edinburgh 500 takes lead in NSL Championship.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Shaheed John got the lone goal as Edinburgh 500 FC edged Barrackpore United SC to take the early lead in the inaugural ten-team CNG National Super League Championship Division at Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground, 7 pm.

John got his goal early at the 18th minute for the Central Football Association to pick up three points, two more than Queen’s Park, Saddle Hill Hotspur, T&T Prison, Cunupia FC, Petit Valley United FC and University of T&T, which all had settle for draws in their encounter.

The clash between Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC and Malabar FC was the lone fixture not to place due to a no show of officials while second round matches are carded for next week Tuesday.

Winners of the league will collect $140,000 while second gets $100,000, third $80,000 and fourth, $60,000.

In the 15-team Premier Division which is into the ninth round, the winners will walk away with $240,000; the runner-up gets $120,000, third, $100,000 and fourth $80,000.

All 25 teams, will contest the Super League Cup (Knockout) with $100,000 to the champion, $50,000 for second and $25,000 each to the losing semifinalist.

CNG National Super League Championship Division Results

Tuesday:

QPCC 2 (Benedict Barrett 18th, 57th) vs Saddle Hill Hotspur 2 (Hector Sam 67th, Kerron Benito 78th)

T&T Prisons FC 1 (Curtis Carrington 86th) vs Cunupia FC 1 (Eduardo Guedes 42nd)

Edinburgh 500 FC 1 (Shaheed John 18th) vs Barrackpore United SC 0

Petit Valley United FC 2 (Michael Ramsey 11th, Kamaro Samuel 14th) vs UTT 2 (Nyron Jones 70th, Ricaldo Castellano 82nd)

Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC vs Malabar FC - Did Not Play

Upcoming CNG NSL Championship Division fixtures:

Next Tuesday:

Barrackpore United SC vs QPCC, Barrackpore Utd, Rec. Ground, 7 pm
Cunupia FC vs Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC, Edinburgh 500 Rec. Ground, 7 pm
UTT vs Saddle Hill Hotspur, UTT Ground, O'Meara Road, Arima, 6pm
Prisons FC vs Petit Vallet United FC, YTC Ground, Arouca, 4.15pm
Malabar FC vs Edinburgh 500 FC, D'Abadie Recreation Ground, 7 pm.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #35 on: August 27, 2015, 02:42:49 AM »
Matura striker Reyes living his dream
By STEPHON NICHOLAS (NEWSDAY).


Matura Re United striker, Irvin Reyes, says he is living his dream playing in the CNG National Super League 2015/2016 edition. Reyes, 31-year-old, has found the back of the net six times in five games this season which has seen his club at mid-table after seven games.

The nippy forward netted a hattrick on the weekend against NLCB La Horquetta in a 5-3 victory and beamed, “yeah, I enjoyed that performance. The game wasn’t that hard but it was nice.” Hailing from Boys Town, Reyes is no stranger to the Super League with previous stints with Biche United and the now defunct Economy Strikers. He noted however that playing for Matura Re United is unlike any experience he had before.

“The Super League is very competitive and challenging.

I’ve played for close to four years with Matura and the bonding is different (from other teams).

The meshing of the players and (relationship between) players and management is good,” he explained.

Training three times a week, Reyes believes Matura can continue their climb up the standings and finish high up the table.

And with a successful season, Reyes believes he can return to the Pro League where he once competed with North East Stars during their victorious 2004 campaign.

“I do think about it (playing in the Pro League). Right now once we keep winning we will get that exposure and people will see us,” he said.

Reyes, who also represents his home team Boys Town Strikers, thanked his community for always giving him that extra motivation to perform.

“It feels good knowing your community has your whole back and coming out and support.

They’re always there watching your game,” he added.

A fan of Barcelona and global superstar Lionel Messi, Reyes says he tries to copy the talented Argentine and revealed what makes him a good striker.

“My speed, technique in running and ability to score.

“Sometimes the team depends on you to come up with a magical moment or something special and I enjoy doing that,” he declared..

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #36 on: August 27, 2015, 08:38:08 AM »
He playing for both Matura and Boys Town. If he goes to the proleague, he will have to give up Boys Town.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #37 on: September 01, 2015, 05:40:30 AM »
UTT football team back in Super League
T&T Newsday Reports.


THE UNIVERSITY of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) football team is back competing in the CNG National Super League, under the guidance of former national captain Clayton “JB” Morris.

The return proved to be an exciting one that ended in a two-all draw with Petit Valley United last week under the lights of the Northern Recreation Ground in Diego Martin.

The university men found themselves trailing 0-2 and battled back to share the points thanks to goals from Nyron Jones and Ricaldo Castellano.

Morris, who will always be remembered as the captain of the “Strike Squad” that came within one point of qualifying for the 1990 World Cup, explained that the team had just recently started training under him.

“About three weeks ago we completed screenings of footballers in the UTT Academy of Sport Scholarship programme,” he said.

“I am proud of how the guys have adapted, handled the pressure and showed fighting spirit. Like most coaches, our intention is to win the League, but we are definitely aiming for a top three finish.” Director of UTT ’s Academy of Sport, Daren Ganga was at the venue to support his team and offer a brief motivational half-time talk.

The former Test cricketer gave specifics of the university’s football scholarship programme. “UTT offers a sound sport and academic programme in various sporting disciplines. Our football programme allows players an opportunity to not only gain educational qualifications, but train at the highest semi-professional level.

“Not to be biased, but we offer a bit more than Pro League, Super League and even foreign university teams.

Our footballers have their own top-class training field, excellent gym facilities, qualified coaches, trainers, physiotherapists and administrators. Additionally, accommodation, transport, meals and equipment such as football boots and uniforms are provided.” The UTT Academy programme is arguably one of the better options for players coming out of the Secondary Schools League.

Ganga said that from providing an opportunity to play while furthering their education, a significant amount of leeway is offorded the students.

“Since we are playing in the CNG National Super League, our model is even more conducive for providing selectors with future national Under-20 and Under-23 players,” he explained.

“UTT ’s student/ athlete contract even allows footballers to attend trials, should a professional club come knocking. So who knows, when the League ends in December, a few players may be able to finish the season with a Pro League team, on loan; provided their studies are not hampered.”

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #38 on: September 01, 2015, 05:52:53 AM »
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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #39 on: September 08, 2015, 01:57:22 AM »
WASA, La Horquetta draws blank in East ‘derby’
T&T Guardian Reports.


WASA FC and National Lotteries Control Board La Horquetta SA battled to a goalless draw when matches in the CNG National Super League Premier Division continued at WASA Ground St Joseph on Sunday.

With the point earned, WASA joined idled 1976 FC Phoenix on 17 points from 11 and nine matches respectively, five behind leaders Guaya United while T&T Defence Force, which had its match against Phoenix postponed is second with 21 points from nine matches.

A further point behind is Siparia Spurs which also battled to a 1-1 draw with Stokely Vale while Bethel United is one of three teams on 15 points after a 2-1 defeat of Marabella Family Crisis Centre. Matches will resume on Sunday.

...Championship Division lead up for grabs

The quartet of T&T Prisons, Saddle Hill Hotspur, Queen’s Park Cricket Club and Cunupia FC will also be chasing top spot when matches in the Championship Division of the CNG National Super League kicks off today. As it stands, Prisons, Saddle Hill, QPCC and Cunupia are all locked in a four-way battle for top spot on the ten-team table with four points, one more than the duo of Malabar FC and Edinburgh 500, who will also both be in action.

Prisons which lead the table on goal-difference will travel to Edinburgh, QPCC is at home to Cunupia in the clash of the day while Saddle Hill entertains Malabar at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Training Field, Mucurapo. And in the days other match, Chaguanas and UTT, both without a win meet at New Settlement Ground, Chaguanas.

NSL Premier Division - Sunday's Results:

Bethel United 2 (Carron Williams 7th, Christian Caines 28th) vs Marabella Family CC 1 (Juma Clarence 11th)

Siparia Spurs 1 (Andy London 78th) vs Stokely Vale 1 (Akim Baynes 19th)

Club Sando Moruga 2 (Shaquille Holder 34th, 63rd) vs Police FC 1 (Colin Williams 51st)

Matura ReUnited 2 (Irvin Reyes 65th, Keish Charles 90th) vs Real Maracas FC 1 (Christian Thomas 85th)

La Horquetta SA 0 vs WASA FC 0

Petrotrin Palo Seco 2 (Sylvester Teasdale 2nd, Shaquille Williams 11th) vs FC Santa Rosa 2 (Keston Henry 73rd, 85th)

1976 Phoenix vs Defence Force - postponed

Current Standings - Premier Division

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Guaya    10    7    1    2    26    13    22
Defence Force    9    7    0    2    20    11    21
WASA    11    5    2    4    16    11    17
Phoenix    9    5    2    2    13    10    17
Siparia Spurs    10    4    4    2    22    23    16
Marabella Family    10    4    3    3    23    19    15
Bethel Utd    10    5    0    5    13    15    15
Petrotrin Palo Seco    10    4    3    3    17    20    15
Police FC    9    4    2    3    20    12    14
FC Santa Rosa    11    3    4    4    19    20    13
Matura Reunited    9    3    3    3    15    15    12
Club Sando Moruga    10    2    4    4    15    19    10
La Horquetta    9    1    3    5    14    21    6
Real Maracas    9    1    2    6    9    16    5
Stokely Vale    10    0    3    7    7    24    3

Championship Division

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Prisons    2    1    1    0    5    1    4
Saddle Hill    2    1    1    0    5    3    4
QPCC    2    1    1    0    5    4    4
Cunupia    2    1    1    0    2    1    4
Malabar    1    1    0    0    2    1    3
Edinburgh    2    1    0    1    2    2    3
UTT    2    0    1    1    3    5    1
Petit Valley    2    0    1    1    2    6    1
Chaguanas    1    0    0    1    0    1    0
Barrackpore    2    0    0    2    2    4    0

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #40 on: September 10, 2015, 02:11:42 AM »
Prisons, QPCC stay ahead in Championship race.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


T&T Prison and Queen’s Park Cricket Club moved into a two-way lead at the top of the CNG National Super League Championship Division table after posting comfortable wins on Tuesday.

When the day started, the quartet of Prisons, Saddle Hill Hotspur, QPCC and Cunupia FC were locked in a four-way tie at the top of ten-team table with four points each one more than the duo of Malabar FC and Edinburgh 500.

However, at the Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground, T&T Prisons blanked Edinburgh 500 FC with late second-half strikes from Curtis Carrington in the 76th and Roland Walcott, four minutes later to move to seven points from three matches, the same as Queen’s Park CC.

At the Queen's Park Oval, Tragarete Road, the Parkites trounced Cunupia FC with a goal each from Jason Devonish (26th), Troy Thompson (38th), and Jerome Charles (78th).

A further point behind is Malabar FC, 3-1 victors over Saddle Hill Hotspur at Hasely Crawford Stadium Training Ground, Mucurapo via a hat trick from Mekheil Peters.

Malabar took the lead in the eight minute when Peters got his first and three minutes into the second-half he doubled his and the team’s tally.

Former England-based national striker Hector Sam reduced the deficit for Saddle Hill in the 67th minute, but six minutes later Peters completed his treble to kill off the contest.

In the day’s two other matches, Petit Valley United and Xtrafoods Chaguanas FC both picked up their first wins.

Chaguanas got a double from Kareem Beckles in the tenth and 23rd minutes to shut out University of T&T 2-0 at New Settlement Ground, Chaguanas while Petit Valley got a goal each from Jabari Carasquero (14th) and Karamo Samuel (19th) at Northern Recreation Ground, D/Martin, 6pm.

Tuesday’s CNGC NSL Championship Division Results

Chaguanas FC 2 (Kareem Beckles 10th, 23rd) vs UTT 0

QPCC 3 (Jason Devonish 26th, Troy Thompson 38th, Jerome Charles 78th) vs Cunupia FC 0

Petit Valley Utd 2 (Jabari Carasquero 14th, Karamo Samuel 19th) vs Barrackpore United 0

Malabar FC 3 (Mekheil Peters 8th, 48th, 73rd) vs Saddle Hill Hotspur 1 (Hector Sam 67th)

T&T Prisons 2 (Curtis Carrington 76th, Roland Walcott 80th) vs Edinburgh 500 FC 0

Teams

QPCC: 1.Nicholas Dick; 21.Alex Knaggs, 6.Chad De Freitas, 5.David Campbell, 3.Jovan Marshall; 11.Mikhail Walters-Dindial, 14.Ryan De Silva, 4.Mikhail Awai (capt), 10.Jason Devenish (13.Kishan Geelal 91st); 9.Benedict Barrett (23.Abiola Clarence 80th), 7.Troy Thompson (19.Jerome Charles 68th).

Unused Substitutes: 22.Matthew Jardim (GK), 17.Ross Dowden, 24.Chike Phillip, 25.Ackime Prudhomme, 30.Jeremiah Goddard.

Coach: Shawn Cooper

Cunupia FC: 13.Kevin Graham; 5.Askhay Sooknanan, 2.Raymond Alleyne, 6.Dale Simon, 12.Jamal Spencer; 8.Dillon Walker (capt), 16.Owayran Osman (21.Shane Glasgow 65th); 19.Antonio Calliste (17.Stevon Stoute 33rd), 11.Lester Joseph, 25.Andrew Tinto (23.Dillon Charles 46th); 9.Omari Lezama.

Unused Substitutes: 1.Andy Thomas (GK), 14.Nkosi Mc Queen, 15.Kyle Mack, 18.Kascian Forde.

Coach: Michael De Four

Referee: Gregory Guevarra

Man-of-the-Match: Jason Devenish (QPCC).

CNGC NSL Championship Division:

Teams P W D L F A Pts
T&T Prisons 3 2 1 0 7 1 7
QPCC 3 2 1 0 8 4 7
Malabar FC 2 2 0 0 5 2 6
Saddle Hill 3 1 1 1 6 6 4
Petit Valley Utd 3 1 1 1 4 6 4
Cunupia FC 3 1 1 1 2 4 4
Chaguanas FC 2 1 0 1 2 1 3
Edinburgh 3 1 0 2 2 4 3
UTT 3 0 1 2 3 7 1
Barrackpore 3 0 0 3 2 6 0

Upcoming Matches:

Thursday September 15:

Barrackpore Utd vs UTT, Barrackpore Utd Recreation Ground, 7pm

Cunupia FC vs Petit Valley United, Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground, 7pm

Malabar FC vs QPCC, D’Abadie Recreation Ground, 7pm

Chaguanas FC vs Edinburgh 500 FC, New Settlement Ground, Chaguanas, 7pm

T&T Prisons vs Saddle Hill Hotspur, YTC Ground, Arouca, 4.15pm
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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #41 on: September 10, 2015, 03:24:38 AM »
Prisons, QPCC stay ahead in Championship race.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).



QPCC: 1.Nicholas Dick; 21.Alex Knaggs, 6.Chad De Freitas, 5.David Campbell, 3.Jovan Marshall; 11.Mikhail Walters-Dindial, 14.Ryan De Silva, 4.Mikhail Awai (capt), 10.Jason Devenish (13.Kishan Geelal 91st); 9.Benedict Barrett (23.Abiola Clarence 80th), 7.Troy Thompson (19.Jerome Charles 68th).

Unused Substitutes: 22.Matthew Jardim (GK), 17.Ross Dowden, 24.Chike Phillip, 25.Ackime Prudhomme, 30.Jeremiah Goddard.

Coach: Shawn Cooper


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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #42 on: September 10, 2015, 04:57:12 AM »
Well Angus Eve took his wok since last year.

But how can a coach (Eve),,,, coach a pro league team and a SSFL team?

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #43 on: September 15, 2015, 01:57:45 AM »
Allsop’s double pushes Guaya past Santa Rosa.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Jody Allsop scored a second-half brace as Guaya United came from behind to defeat FC Santa Rosa 2-1 to maintain a one point lead at the top of the CNG National Super League Premier Division on Sunday.

After a 0-0 first-half at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya, Santa Rosa which sits in the bottom-half of the 15-team table took a surprise lead through Keston Henry in the 57th minute.

However, Allsop came to his team’s rescue, first getting the equaliser in the 75th minute and then the winner three minutes from full-time to snatch all three points, carrying their points 25 points from 11 matches, one more than Defence Force, 4-0 winners over Siparia Spurs at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Training Field, Mucurapo.

The star of the afternoon for the "Teteron Boys" was Michael Edwrads with a hat trick in the 23rd, 58th and 72nd minute while Josimar Belgrave added the fourth item in the 87th.

Over at the Canaan Ground, Bon Accord, Tobago, Stefano Wright’s 40th minute strike was enough to give 1976 FC Phoenix a 1-0 win over Petrotrin Palo Seco and third with 20 points, three more than Police FC and idle WASA, while Marabella Family Crisis Centre and Siparia Spurs are next with 16 points each.

At the St James Police Barracks Training Ground, Marcus Ashton, Colin Williams, Keon Figaro and former national captain Trent Noel were all on target for Police in its 4-0 thrashing of Matura ReUnited  while Marabella Family and La Horquetta S.A played to an entertaining 3-3 draw at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella

In other matches, defending champions, Club Sando Moruga edged Bethel United 2-1 and Real Maracas clobbered Stokely Vale 4-1. The next round of matches are carded for Sunday September 20.

Teams (by wired868)

Santa Rosa: 22.Kitwana Manning; 23.Claudius Howard, 13.Jovan Rochford (capt), 24.Jesse Reyes, 3.Kerron Reid; 11.Durwin Ross, 8.Shaka Pilgrim; 21.Jean-Paul Aqui-Blanc (6.Kashif Clarke 74th), 26.Keston Henry, 25.Christian Young (19.Gary Bart 55th); 7.Rashad Griffith (17.Kearn Noel 84th).

Unused Substitutes: 1.Anthony Kallicharan (GK), 4.Jeremy Mc Meo, 18.Shaquille Antoine, 20.Johan De Bique.

Coach: Keith Look Loy

Guaya United: 1.Erskine Johnson; 8.Kerdell Alfred, 14.Sherlon Campbell (capt), 19.Beville Joseph, 11.Leroy Jones; 25.Keston Jordan; 12.Hakeem Rolingston (Kevin Jagdeosingh 46th), 18.Keylon Thomas (7.Jody Allsop 70th), 27.Kheelon Mitchell; 9.Earlon Thomas (10.Carlon Hughes 46th), 17.Ryan Stewart.

Unused Substitutes: 4.Kheelon Ferrier, 15.Russel Alfred, 13.Andre Alfred, 23.Cio Morris.

Coach: James Baird

Referee: Gordon Maloney

Man of the Match: Jody Allsop (Guaya United)

Sunday’s NSL Premier Division Results

Defence Force 4 (Michael Edwards 23rd, 58th, 72nd, Josimar Belgrave 87th) vs Siparia Spurs 0

Real Maracas 4 (Christian Thomas 14th, Andell Allsop 23rd, Ricardo Bennett 76th, 89th) vs Stokely Vale 1 (Akeilon Murphy 49th)

Club Sando Moruga 2 (Nigel John 36th, 89th) vs Bethel United 1 (Akeel Scott 32nd)

1976 FC Phoenix 1 (Stefano Wright 40th) vs Petrotrin Palo Seco 0

Marabella Family CC 3 (Arvid Applewhite 13th, Ghymo Harper 62nd, Kevin Moodie 90th) vs La Horquetta S.A 3 (Taje Commissiong 42nd, Keston Jones 75th, Frederick Commissiong 83rd)

Guaya United 2 (Jody Allsop 75th, 87th) vs FC Santa Rosa 1 (Keston Henry 57th)

Police FC 4 (Marcus Ashton 34th, Colin Williams 40th, Keon Figaro 84th, Trent Noel 87th) vs Matura ReUnited 0

Current NSL Premier Division Standings

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Guaya    11    8    1    2    28    14    25
Defence Force    10    8    0    2    24    11    24
Phoenix    10    6    2    2    14    10    20
Police FC    10    5    2    3    24    12    17
WASA    11    5    2    4    16    11    17
Marabella Family    11    4    4    3    26    22    16
Siparia Spurs    11    4    4    3    22    27    16
Bethel Utd    11    5    0    6    14    17    15
Petrotrin Palo Seco    11    4    3    4    17    21    15
FC Santa Rosa    12    3    4    5    20    22    13
Club Sando Moruga    11    3    4    4    17    20    13
Matura Reunited    10    3    3    4    15    19    12
Real Maracas    10    2    2    6    13    17    8
La Horquetta    10    1    4    5    17    24    7
Stokely Vale    11    0    3    8    8    28    3

September 20 Matches

Club Sando Moruga vs 1976 FC Phoenix, Grand Chemin Recreation Ground, 4 pm
La Horquetta S.A vs Siparia Spurs, Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar, 4 pm
Defence Force vs Guaya United, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Training Field, Mucurapo, 4 pm
Real Maracas vs WASA FC, Maracas Recreation Ground, St Joseph, 4 pm
Marabella Family CC vs Police FC, Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, 4 pm
Petrotrin Palo Seco vs Matura ReUnited, Palo Seco Municipal Stadium, Palo Seco, 5 pm
FC Santa Rosa vs Stokely Vale, Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya, 4 pm
Bethel United—bye

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #44 on: September 22, 2015, 01:58:17 AM »
Defence Force reclaim lead in Super League.
T&T Express Reports.


Defence Force snatched the CNG National Super League lead from Guaya United as the two teams met in a top-of-the-table clash in the competition yesterday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium training field, with the soldiers winning 4-2 to go back to the top of the standings.

The new leaders, who weeks ago had relinquished their early lead in the league when Marabella Family Crisis Centre beat them 3-2 at the Macqueripe Youth Camp at the start of the month, made sure they took full advantage of meeting their rivals at the top, surpassing their one-point lead.

Michael Edwards went into the lead after just eight minutes, and Christopher Durity would increase the advantage in the 18th and 45th minutes. Guaya's Carlon Hughes attempted to give the away team some hope when he scored in the 51st, however Josimar Belgrave's 70th minute effort was enough for the soldiers to coast to the win despite conceding a second goal near the end.

FC Phoenix remain in third despite losing to Club Sando Moruga 3-1 at the Grand Chemin Recreation Ground. Dareem Ramkhalawan, Aaron Julien and Trevon Mitchell were on the scoresheet for the home team, while Dave Grimshaw scored the lone goal for Phoenix in the losing effort.

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Prisons, Parkites battle for Championship lead
T&T Newsday Reports.


PRISONS FC and Queen’s Park will be battling for the lead position in the Championship Division of the CNG National Super League today.

Both teams have 10 points from four games, but Prisons have a superior goal difference of plus-nine, compared to the Parkites’ plus-five.

In today’s Match Day Five action, Prisons will be hosting Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC at the Youth Training Centre (YTC) Ground in Arouca while Queen’s Park will face Edinburgh 500 FC at the Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground in Chaguanas.

In a rescheduled Match Day One fixture at the New Settlement Ground, Chaguanas on Saturday, Chaguanas FC and Malabar FC battled to a 2-2 draw, which saw both teams climb one spot on the standings.

Today, Malabar will try to advance further up the standings when they travel to the Northern Recreation Ground in Diego Martin to battle Petit Valley United FC.

Saddle Hill Hotspur and Barrackpore United have only registered one victory apiece this season.

They will be squaring off at the Hasely Crawford Stadium’s Training Field in Mucurapo.

And the tottering University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT), who are rooted at the bottom of the points table, will be entertaining Cunupia FC at the UTT Ground in O’Meara, Arima.

The pair of matches at Arouca and Mucurapo respectively will kick off at 4.15 pm; the match at Arima will commence at 6 pm while the two other games will begin at 7 pm.

CNG NSL Premiership Division Results

(Sunday September 20)

Defence Force 4 (Chris Durity 18, 45, Michael Edwards 9, Josimar Belgrave 70) v Guaya United 2 (Carlon Hughes 51, Kevin Jagdeosingh 90)

Club Sando Moruga 3 (Dareem Ramkhalawan 24, Aaron Julien  36, Trevon Mitchell 48) v 1976 FC Phoenix 1 (Dave Grimshaw 20)

NLCB La Horquetta SA 3 (Taje Commissiong 31, 69, Anselm Jackson 63) v Siparia Spurs 4 (Andy London 36, Donrick Mascall 43, Stavon Frederick 78, Jesse Edwards 90)

Real Maracas FC 1 (Ricardo Bennett 16) v WASA FC 0

Marabella Family CC 2 (Levi Garcia 37, Renefor Martin 69), Police FC 2 (Keon Figaro 2, Jason Boodram 33)

Petrotrin Palo Seco 6 (Wilian Garcia 24, 60, 66, 74, Romauld Aguilera 38, Akeems Grant 42) v Matura ReUnited 1 (Dorian Robinson 51)

FC Santa Rosa 2 (Kasseem Karim 65, Jovan Rochford 78) v Stokely Vale FC 0

Upcoming Fixtures - Premiership Division

(Thursday September 24)

Club Sando Moruga v FC Santa Rosa, 4 pm, Grand Chemin Recreation Ground;

Matura ReUnited v Defence Force FC, 4 pm, Matura Recreation Ground;

Police FC v NLCB La Horquetta SA, 4 pm, St James Barracks;

Real Maracas v Marabella Family CC, 5 pm, Maracas Recreation Ground;

Bethel United v Petrotrin Palo Seco, 5 pm, Montgomery Recreation Ground;

WASA FC v Siparia Spurs, 5 pm, WASA ground, St Joseph;

1976 FC Phoenix v Guaya United, 5 pm, Canaan Recreation Ground.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #45 on: September 22, 2015, 02:22:24 PM »
Any homies connected to these teams. No comments, nothing at all!!!!!

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #46 on: September 22, 2015, 02:58:05 PM »
Any homies connected to these teams. No comments, nothing at all!!!!!

I went to the Army vs Guaya game...

Army was good especially Josimar Belgrave.

I saw Collin Samuel playing for Guaya, he looked rusty.

Jody Allsop looked good for Guaya.

I think both teams got red cards.

These games should be double headers with Pro League games.

It would be much better viewed.


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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #47 on: September 22, 2015, 06:15:22 PM »
Any homies connected to these teams. No comments, nothing at all!!!!!

I went to the Army vs Guaya game...

Army was good especially Josimar Belgrave.

I saw Collin Samuel playing for Guaya, he looked rusty.

Jody Allsop looked good for Guaya.

I think both teams got red cards.

These games should be double headers with Pro League games.

It would be much better viewed.



Thanks for the info, Breds. DF should win everything with the players they have in their lineup.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #48 on: September 27, 2015, 01:52:32 AM »
Hughes brace puts Guaya on top; Matura stuns D/Force.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Carlon Hughes scored a second-half brace as Guaya United came from behind to edge 1976 FC Phoenix 2-1 to reclaim top spot in the CNG National Super League Premier Division on Thursday.

Starting the day in second spot, two points behind Defence Force, Guaya faces a tough battle in 1976 Phoenix at the Canaan Ground, Bon Accord.

And it was the host which took the lead in the tenth minute through Shelton Williams in the tenth minute which it took into the break.

However, Guaya turned things around in the second-half, with Hughes getting his team level in the 55th and then firing in the winner in the 78th minute to push his club to 28 points from 13 matches, one ahead of Defence Force which has a match in hand.

Up at Matura Recreation Ground, host Matura stunned Defence Force 2-0 with goals from Kitwana Abosi in the 16th and Joel Hoyte, in the 78th minute. Petrotrin Palo Seco and Marabella Family Crisis Centre, jumped above Phoenix in the third and fourth respectively with wins over Bethel United (2-1) and Real Maracas (3-1).

In other matches, defending champions Club Sando Moruga drew 2-2 with FC Santa Rosa at Grand Chemin Recreation Ground; WASA also battled to a 1-1 stalemate Siparia Spurs at St Joseph, and La Horquetta SA upstaged Police 4-3 at Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular, St James.

Current NSL Premier Division standings

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Guaya    13    9    1    3    32    19    28
D/Force    12    9    0    3    28    15    27
P/P/Seco    13    6    3    4    25    23    21
M/bella F    13    5    5    3    31    25    20
Phoenix    12    6    2    4    16    15    20
S/Spurs    13    5    5    3    27    31    20
Police FC    12    5    3    4    29    18    18
WASA        13    5    3    5    17    13    18
FC S/Rosa    14    4    5    5    24    24    17
C/Sando M    13    4    5    4    22    23    17
Bethel Utd    12    5    0    7    15    19    15
M/Reunited    12    4    3    5    18    25    15
Real Maracas    12    3    2    7    15    20    11
La Horquetta    12    2    4    6    24    31    10
Stokely Vale    12    0    3    9    8    30    3

Thursday’s CNG NSL Premier Division results

Club Sando Moruga 2 (Nigel Maharaj 6th, Nigel John 82nd) v FC Santa Rosa  2 (Keston Henry 31st, Osei Sandy 36th)

Marabella Family CC3 (Levi Garcia 36th, Juma Clarence 55th, Renefor Martin 84th) vs Real Maracas Rec 1 (Dillon Bartholomew 90th)

Petrotrin Palo Seco 2 (Jason Gross 36th, Romauld Aguillera 49th) vs Bethel United 1 (Teejay Cadiz 43rd)

WASA FC 1 (Michael-Lee Celestine 51st) vs Siparia Spurs 1 (Andrew Samuel 60th)

Matura ReUnited 2 (Kitwana Abosi 16th, Joel Hoyte 78th) vs Defence Force 0

Guaya United 2 (Carlon Hughes 55th, 78th) vs 1976 Fc Phoenix 1 (Shelton Williams 10th)

La Horquetta SA 4 (Nathan Julien 26th, Sherwayne Morris 39th, Atiba Hackette 61st, Anslem Jackson 80th) vs Police FC 3 (Real Dedier 31st, Kareem Perry 51st, Trent Noel 55th)

Upcoming matches​

Stokely Vale vs La Horquetta SA @ Plymouth Rec Ground, 5pm
Real Maracas FC vs Club Sando Moruga @ Maracas Rec. Ground, 4pm
Petrotrin Palo Seco vs Marabella Family Crisis Centre @ Palo Seco Municipal Stadium, 5pm
Siparia Spurs vs Bethel United @ Petrotrin Ground, Fyzabad, 4pm
Defence Force vs WASA FC @ WASA Ground, St Joseph, 4pm
Guaya United vs Matura Re United @ Guaya Rec Ground, 4pm
Police FC vs 1976 FC Phoenix @ St James Police Barracks Training Ground, 4pm

Thursday October 1:

Bethel United vs La Horquetta SA @ Mt Gomery Ground, 5pm
Real Maracas vs Police FC @ Maracas Rec Ground, 5pm
Matura ReUnited vs Stokely Vale @ Matura Rec Ground, 4pm
1976 FC Phoenix vs Defence Force, Canaan Ground, Bon Accord, 5pm

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #49 on: September 29, 2015, 02:02:33 AM »
Guaya United maintain lead
T&T Newsday Reports.


GUAYA UNITED maintained their lead in the CNG National Super League Premiership Division on Sunday with a 5-3 triumph over Matura Re United in their Match Day 15 battle, at the Guaya Recreation Ground, Guayaguayare.

Guaya strolled to a 5-0 lead with goals from Carlon Hughes (13th and 54th minutes), Ryan Stewart (44th and 49th) and Kevin Jagdeosingh (45th).

However, Matura saved face in the second half with strikes from Shervin Charles (66th), Kelsa Matthews (69th) and Dorian Robinson (90th).

Defence Force stayed in second spot after edging WASA FC 1-0 at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium Training Field in Marabella, courtesy of a 53rd minute strike from Michael Edwards.

National youth team midfielder Levi Garcia scored two late strikes as Marabella Family Crisis Centre defeated Petrotrin Palo Seco 3-2 to move up to third place.

At the Palo Seco Velodrome, ex-Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 striker Juma Clarence put Marabella in front after eight minutes but Palo Seco responded through Sylvester Teesdale (49th) and Virgil Williams (72nd). Marabella did not give up hope, as Garcia levelled the scores in the 82nd, and then netted the game-clinching goal in the 86th.

At the Police Barracks in St James, Onasi Forde netted five times as 1976 FC Phoenix overcame hosts Police 6-4. Forde got his name on the scoresheet in the 18th, 50th, 53rd, 67th and 74th, while Nigel Thomas scored in the 31st. For Police, Colin Williams scored twice (fourth and 11th) while ex-national midfielder Trent Noel (79th) and Jason Boodram (80th) got one apiece.

Siparia Spurs recorded a 4-2 win over Bethel United at the Petrotrin Ground in Fyzabad. Donrick Mascall (16th and 31st), Jesse Edwards (80th) and Andy London (89th) found the back of the net for Siparia, while Denzil James (21st) and Daniel Craig (59th) replied for the visitors.

Club Sando Moruga and NLCB La Horquetta SA scored 2-1 victories away to cellar-placed outfits Real Maracas and Stokely Vale respectively.

At the Maracas Recreation Ground, Dillon Bartholomew (ninth) put Maracas ahead before Club Sando Moruga responded through Nigel John (22nd) and Trevon Mitchell (73rd) while, at the Plymouth Recreation Ground, Nathan Julien (fifth) and Antonio Auguste (90th) scored for La Horquetta and Akeilon Murphy (90th) netted for Stokely Vale.

There will be a quartet of rescheduled matches on Thursday.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #50 on: October 03, 2015, 04:21:43 AM »
Super League Knockout starts tomorrow
T&T Newsday Reports.


THE KNOCKOUT tournament in the CNG National Super League 2015-2016 season will kick off tomorrow, with teams from both the Premier and the Championship Divisions involved in the First Round.

Club Sando Moruga, the reigning Super League champs, will host Edinburgh 500 FC at the Grand Chemin Recreation Ground in Moruga while FC Santa Rosa will battle the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT ) at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya.

Barrackpore United will take the long journey to the St James Barracks to oppose Police FC, Matura Re United will entertain Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC at the Matura Recreation Ground and NLCB La Horquetta SA will square off against Petit Valley United at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Arima. Those matches will all begin at 4 pm, while another four are scheduled to kick off at 5 pm.

The games due to start at five o’clock are Bethel United versus Saddle Hill Hotspur at the Montgomery Recreation Ground, WASA FC versus Malabar FC at the WASA Ground in St Joseph, Real Maracas versus Cunupia FC at the Maracas Recreation Ground in St Joseph and Stokely Vale versus Queen’s Park at the Plymouth Recreation Ground in Tobago.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #51 on: October 05, 2015, 02:07:10 AM »
Phoenix, D/Force draw 1-1
T&T Newsday Reports.


LEJANDRO WILLIAMS scored a 36th minute equaliser as 1976 FC Phoenix drew 1-1 with Defence Force to move up to third spot in the Premier Division of the CNG National Super League.

In one of four rescheduled matches on Thursday, Defence Force took the lead in the 22nd courtesy former Trinidad and Tobago defender Keston Williams.

But the fans at the Canaan Recreation Ground saw Phoenix fight back, and levelled the scores shortly before the half-time interval.

Matura Re United battled to a goalless draw with table-proppers Stokely Vale at the Matura Recreation Ground while the other two games on Thursday ended with 3-3 results. At the Montgomery Recreation Ground, Bethel United and NLCB La Horquetta SA shared the points, with Kelvon Charles (63rd and 90th) and Azimideen Leith (86th) netting for Bethel, after La Horquetta stormed to a 3-0 lead through Anslem Jackson (14th), Kern Roberts (15th) and Nathan Julien (18th).

And there was a similar sixgoal thriller at the Maracas Recreation Ground in St Joseph between Real Maracas and Police.

Kerwyn Bartholomew (54th), Shaquille Smith (60th and 88th) found the back of the net for Real Maracas, while Kelon Williams (28th and 80th) and Dwight Elliot (45th) scored for Police.

CNG National Super League Knock Out

(Sunday October 4)

NLCB La Horquetta SA 3 (Anslem Jackson 74, 84, Omeaku Barbour 86) v Petit Valley Utd 1 (Eric Charles 36).

Club Sando Moruga 4 (Silus Cooper 23, Nigel John 28, Andre Phillips 50, Kyle Morgan 90) v Edinburgh 500 FC 0.

FC Santa Rosa 2 (Rashard Griffith 47, 89) v UTT 0.

Police FC 2 (Dwight Elliott 22, 90) v Barrackpore United 0.

Matura ReUnited 1 (Dorian Robinson 87) v Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC 0.

WASA FC  3 (Michael-Lee Celestine 28, 47, Akiel Guevarra 53) v Malabar FC 2 (Mikheil Peters 30, Jamal Osborne 64).

Bethel United 1 (Daniel Craig 55) v Saddle Hill Hotspur 0.

Real Maracas FC 0 v Cunupia FC 1 (Jamal Spencer 65).

Stokely Vale FC 2 (Khrishawn Joseph 16, Akeilon Murphy 59) v QPCC 0.

STANDINGS

P...............W........... D............L...........F........... A........... Pts
Guaya United 14.............. 10........... 1.............3...........37......... 22.......... 31
Defence Force 14.............. 10........... 1.............3...........30......... 16.......... 31
1976 FC Phoenix 14.............. 7............. 3.............4...........23......... 20.......... 24
Marabella Family 14.............. 6............. 5.............3...........34......... 27.......... 23
Siparia Spurs 14.............. 6............. 5.............3...........31......... 33.......... 23
Palo Seco 14.............. 6............. 3.............54.........27......... 26.......... 21
Club Sando 14.............. 5............. 5.............4...........24......... 24.......... 20
Police FC 14.............. 5............. 4.............5...........36......... 27.......... 19
WASA FC 14.............. 5............. 3.............6...........17......... 14.......... 18
FC Santa Rosa 14.............. 4............. 5.............5...........24......... 24.......... 17
Bethel United 14.............. 5............. 1.............8...........20......... 26.......... 16
Matura Re United 14.............. 4............. 4.............6...........21......... 30.......... 16
La Horquetta 14.............. 3............. 5.............6...........29......... 35.......... 14
Real Maracas 14.............. 3............. 3.............8...........19......... 25.......... 12
Stokely Vale 14.............. 0............. 4.............10.........9........... 32.......... 4

Upcoming CNG NSL Championship Division fixtures

(Tuesday October 6)

UTT v Prisons FC, 6 pm, UTT, O’ Meara Road, Arima;

Edinburgh 500 FC v Cunupia FC, 7 pm, Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground;

Malabar FC v Barrackpore United SC, 7 pm, D’Abadie Recreation Ground;

Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC v QPCC, 7 pm, New Settlement Ground, Chaguanas;

Petit Valley United v Saddle Hill Hotspur, 8 pm, Northern Recreation Ground, Diego Martin.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #52 on: October 08, 2015, 03:24:14 AM »
Club Sando Moruga trounce Edinburgh
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CLUB SANDO Moruga advanced to the Second Round of the CNG National Super League Knockout competition on Sunday, after trouncing Edinburgh 500 FC 4-0 in their First Round battle at the Grand Chemin Recreation Ground, Moruga.

Silus Cooper broke the deadlock in the 23rd minute while Nigel John extended the lead five minutes later. Andre Phillips got Club Sando Moruga’s third goal in the 50th and Kyle Morgan completed the drubbing in the 90th.

Rashard Griffith scored in the 47th and 89th minutes as FC Santa Rosa blanked the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT ) 2-0 at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya while Police eliminated Barrackpore United by a similar scoreline, with a pair from Dwight Elliott (22nd and 90th), at the St James Barracks.

Stokely Vale, who have struggled to make a note in the 2015- 2016 National Super League, earned a 2-0 upset win over Queen’s Park at the Plymouth Recreation Ground. Khrishawn Joseph (16th) and Akeilon Murphy (59th) were the goal-getters for the hosts.

Daniel Craig scored in the 55th as Bethel United ousted Saddle Hill Hotspur 1-0 at the Montgomery Recreation Ground; Matura Re United needed an 87th minute winner from Dorian Robinson to overcome Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC 1-0 at the Matura Recreation Ground and Cunupia FC edged Real Maracas FC 1-0 at the Maracas Recreation Ground in St St Joseph, with Jamal Spencer scoring in the 65th.

In a keenly-fought encounter, WASA FC squeezed past Malabar FC 3-2 at the WASA Ground in St Joseph. Former national midfielders Michael-Lee Celestine (28th and 47th) and Akiel Guevara (53rd) found the back of the net for WASA, while Mikheil Peters (30th) and Jamal Osborne (64th) responded for Malabar.

And NLCB La Horquetta SA earned a come-from-behind 3-1 victory over Petit Valley United 3-1 at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Arima. Eric Charles scored for Petit Valley in the 36th but La Horquetta responded with a pair from Anslem Jackson (74th and 84th) and one from Omeaku Barbour (86th).

Second Round action will take place on October 11.

UTT Championship Division

(Tuesday October 6)

UTT 1 (Jamal Creighton 5) v Prisons FC 2 (Ricardo Alleyne 69, John Stewart 76 pen)

Edinburgh 500 FC 0 Cunupia FC 4 (Stevon Stoute 5, 19, 57, Eduardo Guedes 67)

Malabar FC 4 (Mikheil Peters 28, 72, 74, Che Edwards 81) v Barrackpore United SC 2 (Tifon Browne 58, Atiba Harrison 61)

Petit Valley Utd 0 v Saddle Hill Hotspur 3 (Kevon Durham 9, Hector Sam 20, Sean Ramdoo 40)

Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC 1 (Michael Julien 10) v QPCC 2 (Mikhail Walters-Dindial 81, Chike Phillip 90)

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #53 on: October 13, 2015, 02:03:19 AM »
Prisons demolish Stokely Vale
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LANCE HAYNES scored a hat-trick as Prisons FC demolished Stokely Vale 12-2 on Sunday in the Second Round of the CNG National Super League Knockout Tournament.

Stokely Vale have endured a rough 2015- 2016 season, but they were no match for a rampant Prisons FC team at the Youth Training Centre (YTC) Ground in Arouca.

Haynes found the back of the net in the fourth, 24th and 31st minutes, while Stephen Julien (22nd and 66th) and Curtis Carrington (57th and 90th) scored two goals apiece.

Also getting their names on the scoresheet were Gabriel Gour (29th), Cleve Moore (30th), Ricardo Alleyne (39th), Kwesi Jeffrey (83rd) and an own goal (87th).

Kevin Thomas (42nd and 77th) got both goals for Stokely Vale.

Guaya United eliminated Club Sando Moruga 3-2 at the Guaya Recreation Ground in Guayaguayare. Carlon Hughes netted twice for Guaya United, in the 67th and 86th, while Kheelon Mitchell got the other in the 72nd.

Club Sando Moruga were rewarded with strikes from Silus Cooper (83rd) and an own goal (88th). NLCB La Horquetta SA registered a comfortable 3-1 win over Cunupia FC at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Arima. After Kern Roberts netted for La Horquetta in the 21st, Stevon Stoute evened the scores for Cunupia in the 29th minute. But La Horquetta regained the lead for good, with items from Taje Commissiong (56th) and Wesley Elcock (90th).

Defence Force also earned a 3-1 win, over FC Santa Rosa, at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium’s Training Ground in Marabella. Ronald St Louis scored a pair, in the 10th and 70th, while Michael Edwards got the other in the 78th.

In the neighbouring Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella Family Crisis Centre defeated Police 2-1. Past and present Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 players Juma Clarence (28th) and Levi Garcia (77th) found the back of the net for Marabella Family Crisis Centre, while Jason Boodram (63rd) responded for Police.

Eustace Darius scored twice as Petrotrin Palo Seco pipped Matura Re United 2-1 at the Palo Seco Velodrome. Darius struck in the 30th and 57th while Kerin Vincent replied for Matura in the 36th.

At the Canaan Recreation Ground, 1976 FC Phoenix earned a narrow 1-0 win over WASA FC with Lejandro Williams scoring in the 35th.

The Second Round fixture between Siparia Spurs and Bethel United will be staged at the Petrotrin Ground, Fyzabad on October 18.

CNG National Super League Knock Out

(Sunday October 11)

NLCB La Horquetta SA 3 (Kern Roberts 21, Taje Commissiong 56, Wesley Elcock 90) v Cunupia FC 1 (Stevon Stoute 29)

Guaya United 3 (Carlon Hughes 67, 86, Kheelon Mitchell 72) v Club Sando Moruga 2 (Silus Cooper 83, OG 88)

Marabella Family CC 2 (Juma Clarence 28, Levi Garcia 77) v Police FC 1 (Jason Boodram 63)

Defence Force 3 (Ronald St Louis 10, 70, Michael Edwards 78) v FC Santa Rosa 1

Prisons FC 12 (Lance Haynes 4, 24, 31, Stephen Julien 22, 66, Gabriel Gour 29, Cleve Moore 30, Ricardo Alleyne 39, Curtis Carrington 57, 90, Kwesi Jeffery 83, OG 87) v Stokely Vale 2 (Kevin Thomas 42, 77)

Tobago Phoenix 1 (Le’jandro Williams 35) v WASA FC 0

Petrotrin Palo Seco 2 (Eustace Darius 30, 57) v Matura ReUnited 1 (Kerin Vincent 36)

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #54 on: October 18, 2015, 02:05:34 AM »
Alsop puts Guaya three clear in Super Premier.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Jody Alsop fired in a late winner as Guaya United edged Bethel United 2-1 to extend its lead at the top of the CNG Super League Premier Division table on Thursday.

With second place Defence Force not in action after its match against Real Maracas was postponed, Guaya had a chance to strengthen its hold on top spot. After a 0-0 first half, former national midfielder Ryan Stewart got the go-ahead item in the 58th. That lead lasted until the 79th minute as Teejay Cadiz got the host levelled at the Mt Gomery Ground. But with a minute left in the match, Alsop snatched the winner for the visitors.

The victory lifted Guaya to 34 points from 15 matches, three ahead of Defence Force which has a match in hand. At Canaan Ground, 1976 FC Phoenix stayed in the hunt with 27 points after bashing rivals Stokely Vale 5-1 with a goal from five different players.

In other matches, Matura ReUnited slipped past Club Sando Moruga on a double from Kerin Vincent, FC Santa Rosa pipped Marabella Family Crisis 1-0, while Petrotrin Palo Seco and Siparia Spurs battled to a 3-3 draw.

Today, both the Premier and Championship Division matches will take a break for the Knockout quarterfinals and the lone remaining round-of-16 match. Siparia Spurs meets Bethel United at Petrotrin Ground in Fyzabad, 3.30 pm.

Thursday’s Results

Matura ReUnited 2 (Kerin Vincent 12th, 15th) vs Club Sando Moruga 1 (Trevin Mitchell 85th)

Guaya United 2 (Ryan Stewart 58th, Jody Allsop 89th) vs Bethel United 1 (Teejay Cadiz 79th)

Petrotrin Palo Seco 3 (Willian Garcia 33rd, Sylvester Teesdale 45th, 83rd) vs Siparia Spurs 3 (Daniel Diaz 4th, Chris Collins 76th, Andy London 84th)

FC Santa Rosa 1 (Rashad Griffith 40th) vs Marabella Family Crisis Centre 0

1976 Phoenix 5 (Simon Nedd 26th, Andel Brown 38th, Stefano Wright 50th, Shelton Williams 62nd, own goal 87th) vs Stokely Vale 1 (Krishawn Joseph 18th)

Current Standings

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Guaya    15    11    1    3    39    23    34
Defence Force    14    10    1    3    30    16    31
Phoenix    15    8    3    4    28    21    27
Siparia Spurs    14    6    5    3    31    33    23
Marabella Family    14    6    5    3    34    27    23
FC Santa Rosa    15    6    4    5    27    23    22
Petrotrin Palo Seco    15    6    4    5    30    29    22
Club Sando Moruga    15    5    5    5    25    26    20
Police FC    14    5    4    5    36    27    19
Matura Reunited    15    5    4    6    23    31    19
WASA    14    5    3    6    17    14    18
Bethel Utd    15    5    1    9    21    28    16
La Horquetta    14    3    4    7    28    37    13
Real Maracas    14    3    3    8    19    25    12
Stokely Vale    15    0    4    11    10    35    3

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #55 on: October 27, 2015, 01:58:44 AM »
Guaya, Petrotrin Palo Seco in Super Kayo final.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


CNG Super League Premier Division duo, Guaya United and Petrotrin Palo Seco will lock horns in the CNG Super League Knockout final after earning last gasp semifinal wins in their respective matches at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva on Sunday.

In the opener, Premeir Division leaders’, Guaya got a 90th minute strike from Carlon Hughes to slip past 1976 FC Phoenix, 2-1. Kheelon Mitchell had given Guaya a 16th minute lead but Stefano wright replied for Phoenix in the 68th, only for Hughes to grab a late winner for Guaya.

And in the second semifinal, Petrotrin Palo Seco, also left it late to get past Championship Division, sceond placed club, T&T Prisons, 2-1.

After a tight first 45 minutes, Willian Garcia fired Petrotrin Palo Seco ahead in the 67th but Prisons got on level terms four minutes through Lance Haynes, however Garcia had the last say as he netted in stoppage time to earn his team 2-1 victory as well. The final is set for Sunday at a venue to be decided with the winner to collect $100,000 and runner-up $50,000 while the two losing semifinalists, will get $25,000 each.

Championship Division Standings:

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
QPCC    9    6    3    0    18    9    21
Prisons    8    6    1    1    21    7    19
Saddle Hill    9    5    2    2    23    14    17
Cunupia    8    5    2    1    16    9    17
Petit Valley    9    3    2    4    17    17    11
Malabar    8    3    1    4    14    19    10
Chaguanas    9    2    2    5    11    21    8
UTT    9    2    2    5    16    18    8
Barrackpore    8    1    1    6    10    17    4
Edinburgh    9    1    0    7    4    19    6

Premier Division:

Teams    P    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Guaya    15    11    1    3    39    23    34
D’ Force    15    11    1    3    32    16    34
Phoenix    15    8    3    4    28    21    27
Siparia     15    6    6    3    34    36    24
Marabella     15    6    5    4    34    28    23
FC S’ Rosa    15    6    4    5    27    23    22
Palo Seco    15    6    4    5    30    29    22
WASA    15    6    3    6    19    14    21
Club Sando     15    5    5    5    25    26    20
Police FC    15    5    4    6    36    29    19
Matura     15    5    4    6    23    31    19
Bethel Utd    15    5    1    9    21    28    16
La Horq’    14    3    4    7    28    37    13
Real Maracas    15    3    3    9    19    27    12
Stokely Vale    15    0    4    11    10    37    3

Sunday’s CNG SNL Knockout semifinal Results:

Guaya United 2 (Kheelon Mitchell 16th, Carlon Hughes 90th) vs 1976 Phoenix 1 (Stefano Wright 68th) 

Petrotrin Palo Seco 2 (Willian Garcia 67th, 90th) vs T&T Prisons 1 (Lance Haynes 71st)

Fixtures:

Final:

Sunday November 1, Venue TBD

Rescheduled Championship Division League matches:
Today October 27:

Cunupia FC vs Malabar FC, Edinburgh 500 Rec. Ground, 7pm

Tomorrow:

Barrackpore United vs T&T Prison, Barrackpore United Rec. Ground, 7pm

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #56 on: November 06, 2015, 05:35:56 AM »
Parkites go top in Championship Division
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QUEEN’S PARK regained the top spot in the Championship Division of the CNG National Super League on Wednesday with a hard-fought 4-3 victory over Saddle Hill Hotspur in a rescheduled Match Day 10 fixture.

At the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, Queen’s Park raced to a 2-0 advantage with strikes from Alex Knaggs (sixth minute) and Jerome Charles (12th). Cyrano Glen pulled one back for Saddle Hill in the 36th but Charles restored the Parkites’ two-goal lead in the 49th.

New signing, Trinidad and Tobago’s leading goalscorer Stern John, got Saddle Hill’s second goal in the 61st but Akil Glasgow notched the fourth goal for Queen’s Park in the 83rd.

John’s former national teammate Hector Sam scored Saddle Hill’s third in stoppage time but Queen’s Park held on for the win.

Three matches in the Championship Division were contested on Tuesday.

The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT ) climbed to fifth spot after hammering Petit Valley United 5-2 at the UTT Ground in O’Meara, Arima.

Jamal Creighton (30th and 90th) scored twice for UTT while Dwayne Nicome (35th), Joseph Brown (72nd) and an own goal (78th) added to Petit Valley’s woes.

The visitors got their strikes from Eric Charles (23rd) and Keston Bibby-Cummings (56th). Matthew Ramirez netted a double as Xtra Foods Chaguanas registered a come-from-behind 3-1 win over Malabar FC at the D’Abadie Recreation Ground.

Xae-Pierre De Four put Malabar in front after 11 minutes but Chaguanas restored parity courtesy of a 37th minute own goal. And Ramirez tilted the balance firmly in Chaguanas’ favour with goals in the 53rd and 85th minutes.

Barrackpore United got goals from Antonius Myers (15th), Mikheil Peters (25th) and on-loan ex-national striker Conrad Smith (90th) as they blanked Edinburgh 500 FC 3-0 at the Barrackpore Recreation Ground.

The other scheduled Match Day 10 fixture on Tuesday – Cunupia FC versus Prisons FC at the Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground, was cancelled as the match officials failed to turn up.

Match Day 11 contests will be staged on November 11.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #57 on: November 17, 2015, 03:02:10 AM »
Guaya whip Siparia to stay top
T&T Newsday Reports.


GUAYA UNITED whipped Siparia Spurs 4-2 to stay top of the pack in the CNG National Super League Premiership Division.

In their Match Day 19 encounter on Sunday, at the Guayaguayare Recreation Ground, Guaya got two goals apiece from Jody Allsop (fifth and 68th minutes) and Ryan Stewart (43rd and 73rd). On the other side of the coin, Siparia got a pair from Andre Quashie (14th and 34th).

Second-placed Defence Force got the better of FC Santa Rosa 3-1 at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya. Jahvon Neptune (14th and 62nd) and Aaron Lester (70th) were the goal-getters for Defence Force, while Al Davidson (72nd) pulled one back for Santa Rosa.

Matura Re United climbed three places to fourth, following a 2-0 win over WASA FC at the Matura Recreation Ground. Deon Carpriata (13th) and Dorian Robinson (74th) were on target for the hosts.

Phillip Felmin scored twice as Petrotrin Palo Seco trounced the lowly Real Maracas 5-0 at the Palo Seco Velodrome.

Felmin got his name on the scoresheet in the 28th and 90th minutes, while Akeems Grant (16th), Sylvester Teesdale (56th) and Jason Gross (85th) netted one each.

And last-placed Stokely Vale earned a share of the points with Police, as their clash finished 1-1 at the Plymouth Recreation Ground. Kenwin Matthew scored for the lawmen in the 24th but Akim Baynes equalised in the 59th.

Match Day 20 fixtures will be contested on November 22.

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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #58 on: November 19, 2015, 02:51:51 AM »
Allsop, Stewart keep Guaya ahead.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Jody Allsop and captain Ryan Stewart scored two goals each to lead Guaya United to a 4–2 home win over Siparia Spurs when matches in the CNG Super League Premier Division continued on Sunday.

Allsop opened the scoring as early as the fifth minute, but Spurs then hit back through goals from Andre Quashie in the 14th and 34th for a shock 2–1 lead.

Stewart then drew Guaya level two minutes before the half, after which Allsop (68th) made it 3–1 in the 68th minute.

Any hopes of a Spurs fight back were ended five minutes later with Stewart getting his second to cement a 13th win from 17 matches, and 40 points, two more than Defence Force, which avenged a Toyota Classic round-of-16 loss to FC Santa Rosa with a 3–1 victory.

For the “Teteron Boys”, Jahvon Neptune netted a double, in the 14th and 62nd and Aaron Lester, the other in the 70th before Al Davidson got a consolation item for the host in the 72nd at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya.

At the Matura Recreation Ground, Matura blanked WASA 2–0 with a goal apiece from Deon Carpriata (13th) and Dorian Robinson (74th) to climb to fourth spot with 28 points.

In other matches, Petrotrin Palo Seco crushed Real Maracas 5–0 and Stokelyvale and Police drew 1–1.

Sunday’s CNG Super League Premier Division Results:

Petetrotrin Palo Seco 5 (Akeem Grant 16th, Phillip Felmin 28th, 90th, Sylvester Teasdale 56th, Jason Gross 85th) vs Real Maracas 0

Matura Re United 2 (Deon Carpriata 13th, Dorian Robinson 74th) vs WASA 0

Defence Force 3 (Jahvon Neptune 14th, 62nd, Aaron Lester 70th) vs FC Santo Rosa 1 (Al Davidson 72nd)

Guaya United 4 (Jody Allsop 5th, 68th, Ryan Stewart 43rd, 73rd) vs Siparia Spurs 2 (Andre Quashie 14th, 34th)

Stokelyvale FC 1 (Akim Byanes 59th) vs Police FC 1 (Kenwin Matthew 24th)

To be reschedule:

Club Sando Moruga vs Marabella Family CC

La Horquetta SA vs Bethel United

Matches

Sunday, November 22:

Phoenix vs Marabella Family CC, Canaan Grd, Bon Accord, 5 pm

Police FC vs Real Maracas, St James Barracks, 3.30 pm

Club Sando Moruga vs WASA, Grand Chemin Rec Grd, 3.30 pm

Matura Re United vs Siparia Spurs, Matura Rec Grd, 5 pm

Defence Force vs Bethel United, TBA

To be reschedule:

FC Santa Rosa vs La Horquetta SA

NSL Premier Division Standings

Teams P W D L F A Pts
Guaya 17 13 1 3 46 26 40
Defence Force 18 12 2 4 38 21 38
1976 Phoenix 17 9 3 5 31 24 30
Matura Reunited 18 8 4 6 31 35 28
Siparia Spurs 18 7 6 5 43 47 27
Police FC 18 7 5 6 44 34 26
Santa Rosa 18 7 4 7 32 31 25
Marabella Family 16 6 5 5 37 32 23
Petrotrin Palo Seco 17 7 5 5 36 30 26
WASA 18 6 3 9 20 20 21
Club Sando Moruga 16 5 5 6 25 27 20
La Horquetta 15 4 4 7 31 37 16
Bethel Utd 17 5 1 11 23 32 16
Real Maracas 17 3 3 11 19 35 12
Stokely Vale 18 2 5 11 14 39 10
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Re: 2015/16 National Super League Thread
« Reply #59 on: November 25, 2015, 02:53:34 AM »
Parkites keep lead after default win.
T&T Newsday Reports.


QUEEN’S PARK kept their lead in the Championship Division of the CNG National Super League on Saturday, without kicking a ball.

The “Parkites” registered a 3-0 default victory over Malabar FC in a Match Day 13 encounter at the Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular, St James.

Prisons FC remain three points adrift of the leaders after spanking Saddle Hill Hotspur 3-0 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium Training Ground, Mucurapo. Getting their names on the scoresheet were Ricardo Alleyne (28th minute), Lance Haynes (71st) and Anthony Parris (83rd).

Also on Saturday, Barrackpore United moved up one spot to seventh after getting past the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) 3-2 at the UTT O’Meara campus in Arima.

Mikheil Peters put Barrackpore ahead on the half-hour mark but UTT stormed back with a pair from Jamal Creighton, in the 46th and 56th minutes.

However, there was a final twist to the tale, as Barrackpore equalised through Atiba Harrison in the 65th and Anthony Charles in the 77th.

The scheduled fixture between Edinburgh 500 FC and Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC was cancelled due to the non-appearance of match officials.

And, on Sunday, Petit Valley United and Cunupia FC played to a 1-1 draw at the St Anthony’s College Ground, Westmoorings.

John-Junior Belgrave found the back of the net for Cunupia FC in the 51st but Sydney Charles knotted the scores in the 84th.

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Guaya maintain lead in Super League.
T&T Express Reports.


Guaya United currently enjoy a one-point lead in the CNG National Super League Premier Division despite having their match on Sunday against Stokely Vale FC rescheduled.

Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force failed to make ground on the Guaya outfit who have two games in hand, as they drew 2-2 with Bethel United. Jahvon Neptune (15th) and Aaron Lester (35th) netted for the soldiers, while Kareem Robley (23rd and 48th) scored a double for the Bethel team who are fourth from bottom.

WASA FC defeated Club Sando Moruga 3-1 with goals from Christian Young (4th) and Nathan Julien (20th and 45th), while Nigel John (52nd) scored the lone item for Club Sando.

Fourth placed Police FC beat second-from-bottom Real Maracas FC 2-0 with goals from Kemron Purcell (12th) and Jason Boodram (73rd). Meanwhile Tobago Phoenix 1976 climbed to within six points of Defence Force with a 3-1 win over Marabella Family Crisis Centre.

Aqui Raiem Raymond (28th), Stefano Wright (37th) and Darryl Trim (89th) bagged the goals for Phoenix, while Keston Grant scored (67th) for Marabella.

Three matches carded to play Sunday were rescheduled, including FC Santa Rosa-NCLB La Horquetta, Matura ReUnited-Siparia Spurs and Stokely Vale FC-Guaya United.

Results

Tobago Phoenix FC 1976 3-1 Marabella Family Crisis Centre

Police FC 2-0 Real Maracas FC

Club Sando Moruga 1-3 WASA FC

Defence Force 2-3 Bethel United

TOMORROW’S MATCHES

NCLB La Horquetta vs Defence Force FC — Larry Gomes Stadium 3.30 pm
Guaya United vs Club Sando Moruga — Guaya Recreation Ground 3.30 pm
Siparia Spurs vs Real Maracas FC — Petrotrin Ground, Fyzabad 3.30 pm
Marabella Family Crisis Centre vs Stokely Vale FC — Manny Ramjohn Stadium 3.30 pm
FC Santa Rosa vs Tobago Phoenix 1976 — Marvin Lee Stadium 5 pm
WASA FC vs Petrotrin Palo Seco — WASA, St Joseph 5 pm
Bethel United vs Police FC Montgomery Recreation Ground 5 pm

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