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2015/16 T&T Pro League Thread
« on: August 03, 2015, 05:27:47 AM »
AUGUST

Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League

04:08:15, 10:00, Santos Laguna (MEX) 4 (Jorge Djaniny Semedo 41, 68, Jesús Lugo 61, Luis Escamilla 89) v W Connection (TRI) 0, Estadio Corona, Torreon

06:08:15, 10:00, LA Galaxy (USA) 5 (Alan Gordon 4, Raul Mendiola 42, Gyasi Zardes 56-Pen, Giovani Dos Santos 76, Ignacio Maganto 84) v Central FC (TRI) 1 (Ataullah Guerra 6-Pen), StubHub Center, Carson, California

20:08:15, 10:00, Deportivo Saprissa (CRC) 4 (Deyver Vega 31, David Guzman 40, David Ruiz 70, Dylan Flores 90) v W Connection (TRI) 0, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa

27:08:15, 10:00, C.S.D. Comunicaciones (GUA) 1 (Wilson Lalin 11) v Central FC (TRI) 0, Estadio Cementos Progreso


SEPTEMBER

2015 Charity Shield Cup

11:09:15, 7:00, W Connection 0 v Central FC 1 (Andre Ettienne 67), Ato Boldon Stadium

Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League

16:09:15, 8:00, W Connection (TRI) 2 (Kurt Frederick 34, Alvin Jones 82) v Deportivo Saprissa (CRC) 1 (Daniel Colindres 38), Hasely Crawford Stadium

17:09:15, 8:00, Central FC (TRI) 1 (Ataullah Guerra 61) v C.S.D. Comunicaciones (GUA) 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium

22:09:15, 8:00, W Connection (TRI) 0 v Santos Laguna (MEX) 1 (Andrés Rentería 2), Hasely Crawford Stadium

23:09:15, 8:00, Central FC (TRI) 1  (Willis Plaza 2) v LA Galaxy (USA) 1 (Alan Gordon 82), Hasely Crawford Stadium


Pro League Starts

25:09:15, 4:00, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Miguel Romeo 45) v Defence Force 1 (Jerwyn Balthazar 45+2), Hasely Crawford Stadium

26:09:15, 4:00, W Connection 1 (Andre Toussaint 81) v Police FC 1 (Makesi Lewis 84), Manny Ramjohn Stadium

26:09:15, 4:00, North East Stars 2 (Alonzo Adlam 17, Adrian Noel 59) v Club Sando 0, Larry Gomes Stadium

26:09:15, 6:00, Point Fortin Civic 0 v Central FC 3 (Willis Plaza 36, Sean De Silva 67, 75), Mahaica Oval

27:09:15, 4:00, Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Sheldon Holder 29) v San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Keyon Edwards 27, Tyrone Charles 80), Hasely Crawford Stadium


First Citizen Cup Qualifier

30:09:15, 6:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Tyrone Charles 58, Rickcardo Harriott 90) v Defence Force 3 (Glynn Franklyn 53, 66, Jerwyn Balthazar 80), Hasely Crawford Stadium

30:09:15, 8:00pm, North East Stars 1 (Keron Cummings 40) v Central FC 4 (Marvin Oliver 2, Sean De Silva 18, Willis Plaza 69, 90+2), Hasely Crawford Stadium


OCTOBER

First Citizen Cup Quarter-Final

17:10:15, 4:00pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Rasheed Simon 60) v Club Sando 3 (Kevin Woodley 46, 80, 90+3), Mahaica Oval

17:10:15, 6:30pm, W Connection 3 (Jomal Williams 5, Alvin Jones 9, Shahdon Winchester 56) v Point Fortin Civic 1 (Glen Sutton 76), Mahaica Oval

18:10:15, 4:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Eugine Kirwan 37, Akeem Roach 40) v Defence Force 1 (Richard Roy 90), Hasely Crawford Stadium

18:10:15, 6:00pm, Police FC 2 (Todd Ryan 42, Keon Wilson 90+1) v Central FC 2 (Marvin Oliver 48, Willis Plaza 79), Hasely Crawford Stadium
After Penalty: Police FC 3 (Todd Ryan, Jibri Mc David, Clevon Mc Fee) v Central FC 4 (Marvin Oliver, Willis Plaza, Leston Paul, Sean De Silva)


Pro League Continues

20:10:15, 4:00pm, North East Stars 4 (Keron Cummings 22, Brendon Figuera 28, Duane Muckette 58, Dillon Jaggesar 84) v Police FC 4 (Jameel Perry 34, Kareem Freitas 81, 90, Anton Hutchinson 90), Larry Gomes Stadium

20:10:15, 6:00pm, St. Ann's Rangers 2 (Jelani Peters 62, 89) v Club Sando 2 (Anthony Paris 80, 90), Hasely Crawford Stadium

20:10:15, 8:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Jameel Neptune 84) v W Connection 1 (Jomal Williams 60), Hasely Crawford Stadium

20:10:15, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 2 (Shackiel Henry 50, Jamille Boatswain 84) v San Juan Jabloteh 0, Mahaica Oval

20:10:15, 6:00pm, Central FC 2 (Marcus Joseph 20, Willis Plaza 64-Pen) vs Defence Force 2 (Kellon Serette 22, Jerwyn Balthazar 25), Ato Boldon Stadium


First Citizen Cup Semi-Final

23:10:15, Club Sando 0 v Central FC 4 (Willis Plaza 22, 64, Jason Marcano 30, Kerry Baptiste 90+4), Ato Boldon Stadium

23:10:15, W Connection 3 (Shahdon Winchester 27, Jomal Williams 28, Andre Toussaint 90+3) v Morvant Caledonia United 0, Ato Boldon Stadium


Pro League Continues

27:10:15, 4:00pm, North East Stars 2 (Neveal Hackshaw 39, Jomoul Francois 86) v St Ann’s Rangers 1 (Kadeem Hutchinson 75), Larry Gomes Stadium

27:10:15, 6:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Sheldon Holder 45) v Police FC 2 (Kareem Freitas 16, Keon Wilson 76), Ato Boldon Stadium

27:10:15, 8:00pm, Defence Force 1 (Ross Russell Jr. 31) v San Juan Jabloteh 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

27:10:15, 6:00pm, Club Sando 0 v Central FC 1 (Nicholas Dillon 65), Mahaica Oval

27:10:15, 8:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 0 v W Connection 0, Mahaica Oval


First Citizen Cup Final

30:10:15, 6:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Eugine Kirwan 20, Kennedy Isles 66) vs Club Sando 4 (Kevon Woodley 16, Akeem Humphrey 26, 34, Anthony Parris 45+1), Ato Boldon Stadium

30:10:15, 8:00pm, W Connection 2 (Shahdon Winchester 69, Jomal Williams 76) vs Central FC 1 (Sean De Silva 40), Ato Boldon Stadium - 1st place match


NOVEMBER

Toyota Classic Round of 16

04:11:15, 3:00pm, 1976 Tobago Phoenix 3 (Stefano Wright 31, Dominic McDougal 45, Lejandro Williams 53) v Morvant Caledonia United 5 (Eugine Kirwan 3, Akeem Roach 12, 67, Densill Theobald 22, Kennedy Isles 90), Ato Boldon Stadium

04:11:15, 3:00pm, Defence Force (Super League) 0 v FC Santa Rosa 1 (Devon King 72), Marvin Lee Stadium

04:11:15, 5:00pm, North East Stars 8 (Jomoul Francois 13, 63, 64, 75, Keron Cummings 14, 47, Gorean Highley 9, Dillon Jaggasar 71) v Siparia Spurs 0, Marvin Lee Stadium


06:11:15, 5:30pm, W Connection 0 v Club Sando 0, Mahaica Oval
After Penalties: W Connection 5 (Shahdon Winchester, Jomal Williams, Dwight Quintero, Kurt Frederick, Gerard Williams) v Club Sando 3 (Kevon Woodley, Kemuel Rivers, Kern Cupid)

06:11:15, 8:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 0 v Central FC 0, Mahaica Oval
After Penalties: Point Fortin Civic 2 (Troy Moses, Andrei Pacheco) v Central FC 3 (Ataullah Guerra, Andre Ettienne, Darren Mitchell)

07:11:15, 3:00pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Sayid Freitas 39) v Defence Force (Pro League) 3 (Richard Roy 26, Ross Russell Jr. 30, Kerry Joseph 63), Larry Gomes Stadium

08:11:15, 3:00pm, Guaya United 2  (Ryan Stewart 76, Jody Allsop 86) v Police FC 1 (Kareem Freitas 11), Guayaguayare Recreation Ground

08:11:15, 3:00pm, Marabella Crisis Centre 0 v San Juan Jabloteh 7 (Adrian Reid 3, 44, Kennedy Hinkson 25, Nathan Lewis 41, 43, Tyrone Charles 45, Jamal Gay 90), Manny Ramjohn Stadium


Toyota Classic Quarter-Final

21:11:15, 4:00pm, Defence Force 2 (Jelani Felix 15, Devorn Jorsling 78) v FC Santa Rosa 1 (Devon King 45+1), Hasely Crawford Stadium

21:11:15, 6:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 5 (Jamal Gay 50, Fabian Reid 60, Jevon Morris 75, Tyrone Charles 79, 89) v Guaya United 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium


22:11:15, 4:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Sheldon Holder 45+1) v Central FC 2 (Ataulla Guerra 14’, 78), Hasely Crawford Stadium

22:11:15, 6:00pm, North East Stars 0 v W Connection 3 (Jomal Williams 44, Andre Toussaint 60, Dwight Quintero 73), Hasely Crawford Stadium


Pro League Continues

24:11:15, 6:00pm, Club Sando 1 (Teba Mc Knight 75) v Defence Force 4 (Ross Russll Jr. 53, 88, Devorn Jorsling 64, Kerry Joseph 72), Ato Boldon Stadium

24:11:15, 8:00pm, Central FC 1 (Willis Plaza 22) v W Connection 1 (Briel Thomas 88), Ato Boldon Stadium

24:11:15, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 1 (Kerwin Stafford 62) v North East Stars 2 (Keron Cummings 35, Jomoul Francois 75), Mahaica Oval

26:11:15, 6:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Sheldon Holder 50) v St. Ann’s Rangers 2 (Sayid Freitas 16-Pen, 20), Hasely Crawford Stadium

26:11:15, 8:00pm, Police FC 3 (Kareem Freitas 68, Makesi Lewis 85, 87) v San Juan Jabloteh 3 (Jamal Gay 7, 79, Nathan Lewis 13), Hasely Crawford Stadium


Toyota Classic Semi-Final

29:11:15, 4:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 0 v Defence Force 1 (Devorn Jorsling 41), Hasely Crawford Stadium

29:11:15, 6:00pm, Central FC 2 (Ataullah Guerra 19, Willis Plaza 47) v W Connection 2 (Neil Benjamin Jr. 15, Dwight Quintero 81), Hasely Crawford Stadium
After Penalties: Central FC 5 (Ataullah Guerra, Elijah Manners, Willis Plaza, Darren Mitchell, Marcus Joseph) v W Connection 6 (Alvin Jones, Jomal Williams, Shahdon Winchester, Gerard Williams, Kurt Frederick, Neil Benjamin Jr.)


DECEMBER

Toyota Classic Final

06:12:15, 6:30pm, Defence Force 0 v W Connection 4 (Jomal Williams 21, Shahdon Winchester 39, Neil Benjamin 66, Aikim Andrews 88), Hasely Crawford Stadium

Pro League Continues

08:12:15, 3:30pm, Club Sando v Morvant Caledonia United, Manny Ramjohn Stadium - Postponed to 05:01:2016 (lack of match officials).

09:12:15, 6:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Tyrone Charles 60, Nathan Lewis 67) v St. Ann’s Rangers 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium

09:12:15, 8:00pm, Defence Force 5 (Kishun Seecharan 18, 55, Jerwyn Balthazar 21, Kerry Joseph 58, Kellon Serrette 90) v Point Fortin Civic 1 (Shackiel Henry 76), Hasely Crawford Stadium

09:12:15, 6:00pm, W Connection 3 (Neil Benjamin Jr. 25, Shahdon Winchester 47, Andre Toussaint 67) v North East Stars 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

09:12:15, 8:00pm, Police FC 3 (Kareem Freitas 64, Makesi Lewis 78, 90) v Central FC 4 (Ataullah Guerra 18, Marcus Joseph 35, Elijah Manners 43, Jason Marcano 65), Ato Boldon Stadium

11:12:15, 6:00pm, Police FC 1 (Makesi Lewis 70) v Defence Force 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium

11:12:15, 8:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Tyrone Charles 66) v Central FC 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium

12:12:15, 3:30pm, North East Stars 1 (Keron Cummings 40) v Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Jamal Harvey 2, Kyle Bartholomew 25), Larry Gomes Stadium

12:12:15, 4:00pm, Club Sando 1 (Kevon Woodley 23) v Point Fortin Civic 3 (Jamille Boatswain 25, 53, Andrei Pacheco 60-Pen), Ato Boldon Stadium

12:12:15, 6:00pm, W Connection 5 (Jomal Williams 2, 19, 48, Shahdon Winchester 28, 84-Pen) v St. Ann’s Rangers 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

15:12:15, 6:00pm, Club Sando 0 v San Juan Jabloteh 6  (Ricardo Harriott 16, Jamal Gay 27, 64, 74, Fabian Reid 63, Brent Sam 78), Ato Boldon Stadium

15:12:15, 6:00pm, W Connection 0 v Defence Force 2  (Ross Russell Jr. 41, Devorn Jorsling 59), Ato Boldon Stadium

15:12:15, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 1 (Shackiel Henry 10) v Morvant Caledonia United 0, Mahaica Oval

16:12:15, 6:00pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Jelani Peters 4) v Police FC 6 (Kareem Freitas 25, Christon Thomas 27, Makesi Lewis 29, 42, 69, Anton Hutchinson 73), Hasely Crawford Stadium

16:12:15, 6:00pm, North East Stars 1 (Kevon Villaroel 43 Own-Goal) v Central FC 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium

18:12:15, 6:00pm, Club Sando 0 v Police FC 2 (Christon Thomas 24, 89), Ato Boldon Stadium

18:12:15, 8:00pm, W Connection 2 (Jomal Williams 41, Shahdon Winchester 60) v San Juan Jabloteh 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

19:12:15, 3:30pm, Morvant Caledonia United 0 v Central FC 4 (Jamal Jack 4, Jason Marcano 9, Leston Paul 45, Marcus Joseph 90), Larry Gomes Stadium

19:12:15, 4:00pm, Defence Force 6 (Devorn Jorsling 30, 39, 52, Keshun Seecharan 68, Sean Narcis 75, Stephan Campbell 90+2) v North East Stars 1 (Keron Cummings 64), Hasely Crawford Stadium

19:12:15, 6:00pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Keron Cornwall 40) v Point Fortin Civic 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium


JANUARY 2016

05:01:16, 6:00pm, Club Sando 3 (Jessie Downing 37, Amrit Gildharry 53, Kerron Mitchell 90+3) v Morvant Caledonia United 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

08:01:16, 6:00pm, Defence Force 8 (Jerwyn Balthazar 10, 14, 21-Pen, Rodell Elcock 26, Sean Narcis 34, Kishun Seecharan 45, Ross Russell Jr. 55, Kellon Serrette 89) v Morvant Caledonia United 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium

08:01:16, 8:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Kennedy Hinkson 2, Brent Sam 88) v North East Stars 2 (Gorean Highley 24, Neil Mitchell 64), Hasely Crawford Stadium

09:01:16, 3:30pm, Police FC 3 (Makesi Lewis 1, 90, Elijah Belgrave 81) v Point Fortin Civic 2 (Kerwin Stafford 57, Akeem Redhead 64), Larry Gomes Stadium

09:01:16, 5:00pm, Central FC 3 (Sean De Silva 10, Darren Mitchell 62, Jason Marcano 70) v St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Trevin Latapy 78), Ato Boldon Stadium

09:01:16, 7:00pm, Club Sando 1 (Devon Modeste 36) v W Connection 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

12:01:16, 3:30pm, Police FC 0 v North East Stars 2 (Gorean Highley 24, 42), Larry Gomes Stadium

12:01:16, 6:00pm, Club Sando 1 (Jeromie Williams 66) v St. Ann’s Rangers 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

12:01:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 4 (Shahdon Winchester 3, 36, Jabari Mitchell 14, Jomal Williams 62) v Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Pernell Schultz 63, Kareem Joseph 68), Ato Boldon Stadium

12:01:16, 7:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 3 (Kennedy Hinkson 47, Jamal Gay 53, Keyon Edwards 72) v Point Fortin Civic 2 (Shackiel Henry 22, 45), Hasely Crawford Stadium

12:01:16, 9:00pm, Defence Force 0 v Central FC 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium

15:01:16, 6:00pm, Club Sando 0 v North East Stars 1 (Gorean Highley 71), Ato Boldon Stadium

15:01:16, 8:00pm, Central FC 7 (Jason Marcano 11, 23, 43, Ataulla Guerra 17, Marcus Joseph 64, Ricardo John 77, Sean De Silva 86) v Point Fortin Civic 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

15:01:16, 6:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 0 v Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Sheldon Holder 81), Hasely Crawford Stadium

15:01:16, 8:00pm, Defence Force 4 (Jerwyn Balthazar 4, 26, 45, 64) v St. Ann’s Rangers 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium

16:01:16, 3:30pm, Police FC 2 (Makesi Lewis 27, Dexter Alleyne 58) v W Connection 4 (Karlon Murray 2 Own-Goal, Shahdon Winchester 5, Neil Benjamin Jr. 35, Jomal Williams 81), Larry Gomes Stadium

19:01:16, 3:30pm, North East Stars 0 v St. Ann’s Rangers 0, Larry Gomes Stadium

19:01:16, 6:00pm, Police FC 5 (Kareem Freitas 10, 39, 90+3, Anton Hutchinson 61, Keon Wilson 74) v Morvant Caledonia United 0, Marvin Lee Stadium

19:01:16, 8:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 0 v Defence Force 2  (Jerwyn Balthazar 56, Ross Russell Jr 90+4), Marvin Lee Stadium

19:01:16, 6:00pm, Central FC 2 (Marcus Joseph 29, Ataulla Guerra 43) v Club Sando 1 (Shaquille Holder 80), Ato Boldon Stadium

19:01:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 7 (3 Own-Goal, Dwight Quintero 9, Alvin Jones 23, Andre Toussaint 52, Dimitrie Apai 74, 80, Aikim Andrews 81) v Point Fortin Civic 1 (Jamille Botswain 34), Ato Boldon Stadium

22:01:16, 6:00pm, Defence Force 1 (Sean Narcis 57) v Club Sando 1 (Devon Modeste 90-Pen), Ato Boldon Stadium

22:01:16, 8:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 4 (Nathan Lewis 6, 60, Sean Bonval 9, Adrian Reid 90+3) v Police FC 2 (Makesi Lewis 37, Kareem Freitas 49), Ato Boldon Stadium

23:01:16, 3:30pm, North East Stars 0 v Point Fortin Civic 0, Larry Gomes Stadium

24:01:16, 3:30pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Kadeem Hutchinson 35) v Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Sheldon Holder 14, 33), Larry Gomes Stadium

24:01:16, 4:00pm, Central FC 1 (Ataulla Guerra 64-Pen) v W Connection 1 (Dwight Quintero 38), Ato Boldon Stadium

26:01:16, 3:30pm, Defence Force 4 (Jemel Sebro 14, 18, Ross Russell Jr. 27, 40) v Police FC 0, Larry Gomes Stadium

26:01:16, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 1 (Jamille Boatswain 51) v Club Sando 3 (Devon Modeste 19-Pen, 80, Shaquille Holder 22), Mahaica Oval

27:01:16, 3:30pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Trevin Latapy 65) v W Connection 2 (Jomal Williams 27, Triston Hodge 52), Larry Gomes Stadium

27:01:16, 6:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 3 (Akim Armstrong 1, Kareem Joseph 25, Pernell Schultz 82-Pen) v North East Stars 1 (Jomoul Francois 19), Ato Boldon Stadium

27:01:16, 8:00pm, Central FC 5 (Darren Mitchell 1, Marcus Joseph 25, Nathaniel Garcia 66, Ataulla Guerra 73, Sean De Silva 75) v San Juan Jabloteh 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

29:01:16, 6:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 0 v Club Sando 1 (Devon Modeste 65), Ato Boldon Stadium

29:01:16, 8:00pm, Central FC 3 (Marcus Joseph 52, 67, Darren Mitchell 55) v Police FC 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

29:01:16, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 0 v Defence Force 0, Mahaica Oval

30:01:16, 3:30pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 2 (Keron Cornwall 46, Kadeem Hutchinson 61) v San Juan Jabloteh 3 (Sean Bonval 5, Jamal Gay 15, Adrian Reid 35-Pen), Larry Gomes Stadium

31:01:16, 3:30pm, North East Stars 0 v W Connection 7 (Jomal Williams 14, 65, Dimitrie Apai 18, Shannon Gomez 31, 45+2, Andre Toussaint 37, Aikim Andrews 67), Larry Gomes Stadium


FEBRUARY

12:02:16, 6:00pm, Police FC 5 (Kadeem Riley 15, Kareem Freitas 26, Makesi Lewis 41-Pen, Todd Ryan 87, 90) v Club Sando 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

12:02:16, 8:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Fabian Reid 24) v W Connection 2 (Jomal Williams 16, Andre Toussaint 66), Ato Boldon Stadium

13:02:16, 5:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 1 (Glenn Sutton 88) v St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Kevon Piper 90+4), Mahaica Oval

14:02:16, 3:30pm, North East Stars 1 (Jean-Luc Rochford 33) v Defence Force 1 (Aklie Edwards 66), Larry Gomes Stadium

14:02:16, 4:00pm, Central FC 2 (Marcus Joseph 18, Jason Marcano 88) v Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Ranaldo Bailey 45), Ato Boldon Stadium

16:02:16, 6:00pm, Defence Force 0 v W Connection 1 (Jabari Mitchell 90), Marvin Lee Stadium

16:02:16, 8:00pm, Morvant Caldedonia United 2 (Sheldon Holder 10, Kareem Joseph 90+1) v Point Fortin Civic 0, Marvin Lee Stadium

16:02:16, 6:00pm, Police FC 2 (Makesi Lewis 44, Devon Jamerson 78) v St Ann's Rangers 1 (Kadeem Hutchinson 25), Ato Boldon Stadium

16:02:16, 8:00pm, Central FC 3 (Marcus Joseph 32, Jason Marcano 43, 76) v North East Stars 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

17:02:16, 3:30pm, San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Garth Thomas 70, Adrian Reid 75-Pen) v Club Sando 1 (65 Own-Goal), Larry Gomes Stadium

20:02:16, 3:30pm, W Connection 0 v Club Sando 2 (Devon Modeste 53-Pen, Kevon Woodley 56), Manny Ramjohn Stadium

20:02:16, 3:30pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Johan Peltier 28) v Central FC 3 (Leston Paul 15, Marcus Joseph 56, Kadeem Corbin 90), Larry Gomes Stadium

20:02:16, 5:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 2 (Sylvester Teesdale 31, Glenn Sutton 85) v Police FC 1 (Jameel Perry 79), Mahaica Oval

21:02:16, 3:30pm, North East Stars 1 (Gorean Highley 46) v San Juan Jabloteh 3 (Fabien Reid 24, Nathan Lewis 47, 75), Larry Gomes Stadium

21:02:16, 3:30pm, Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Kareem Joseph 90+4) v Defence Force 2 (Richard Roy 82’, Devorn Jorsling 90+3), Manny Ramjohn Stadium


2016 CFU Club Championship

24:02:16, 6:00pm, W Connection (TRI) 4 (Jomal Williams 32, 68, Jamal Charles 78, 90+1) v Atletico San Cristobal (DOM) 2 (Nelson Benitez 7, Kerbi Rodriguez 65), Ato Boldon Stadium

26:02:16, 7:45pm, W Connection (TRI) 4 (Jamal Charles 7, Jomal Williams 53, Dimitrie Apai 67, Alvin Jones 70-Pen) v Club Sportif Moulien (GPE) 1 (Richardson Petit 3), Ato Boldon Stadium

28:02:16, 6:30pm, W Connection (TRI) 3 (Jamal Charles 10, Malik St. Prix 81, Hughtun Hector 90) v Inter Moengotapoe (SUR) 1 (Kareem Kwasie 90+2), Ato Boldon Stadium


MARCH

Pro League Continues

01:03:16, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 1 (Glenn Sutton 90+5) v Central FC 3 (Marcus Joseph 16-Pen, 54, Kevon Villaroel 90+3), Mahaica Oval

01:03:16, 6:00pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Jameel Antoine 55) v Defence Force 2 (Kellon Serrette 38, Devorn Jorsling 75), Ato Boldon Stadium

01:03:16, 8:00pm, Club Sando 1 (Jesse Downing 80) v North East Stars 2 (Anthony Wolfe 10, Kerry Baptiste 89), Ato Boldon Stadium

04:03:16, 6:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Kareem Knights 13, Pernell Schultz 44-Pen) v W Connection 2 (Shahdon Winchester 55, Dimitrie Apai 62), Ato Boldon Stadium

04:03:16, 8:00pm, Central FC 1 (Marcus Joseph 13) v Defence Force 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

05:03:16, 4:00pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 2 (Keron Cornwall 47, Kadeem Hutshinson 70) v Club Sando 3 (Jesse Downing 44, Devon Modeste 83, Bradley Nestor 87), Manny Ramjohn Stadium

05:03:16, 6:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Nathan Lewis 3) v Point Fortin Civic 0, Barataria Recreational Ground

06:03:16, 4:00pm, North East Stars 5 (Kerry Baptiste 12, 70, 89, Gorean Highley 43, Reon Moore 76) v Police FC 2 (Dylon King 79, Makesi Lewis 90+2), Larry Gomes Stadium

09:03:16, 4:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 0 v San Juan Jabloteh 3 (Fabian Reid 58, Jamal Gay 71, Nathan Lewis 81), Larry Gomes Stadium

09:03:16, 6:00pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 3 (Kevon Piper 39, Jeromie Williams 63, Kadeem Hutchinson 80) v North East Stars 4 (Kerry Baptiste 33, 57, Ryan Stewart 71, Anthony Guppy 82), Ato Boldon Stadium

09:03:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 0 v Police FC 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

11:03:16, 6:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Jameel Neptune 90+1) v Police FC 2 (Jameel Perry 48, Makesi Lewis 51), Ato Boldon Stadium

11:03:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 1 (Dimitrie Apai 50) v Point Fortin Civic 0, Ato Boldon Stadium


2016 CFU Club Championship

11:03:16, Scholars International SC (CAY) 0 v Central FC (TRI) 6 (Jamal Jack 2, Michael Yaw Darko 16, Jason Marcano 64, 90+1, Darren Mitchell 68, Mickaeel Jem Gordon 89), Montego Bay Sporting Complex

Pro League Continues

12:03:16, 6:30pm, San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Nathan Lewis 25, 69) v Defence Force 1 (Richard Roy 83-Pen), Barataria Recreation Ground

2016 CFU Club Championship

13:03:16, Montego Bay United (JAM) 0 v Central FC (TRI) 1 (Darren Mitchell 86), Montego Bay Sporting Complex

APRIL

Pro League Continues

01:04:16, 6:00pm, Police FC 1 (Kaydion Gabriel 38 Own-Goal) v Central FC 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

01:04:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 1 (Shahdon Winchester 13) v North East Stars 3 (Ryan Stewart 26, Gorean Highley 70, 81), Ato Boldon Stadium

02:04:16, 4:00pm, Club Sando 2 (Devon Modeste 24, 27) v Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Pernell Schultz 47, Kareem Joseph 83), Guayaguayare Recreation Ground

02:04:16, 4:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Nathan Lewis 88) v St. Ann's Rangers 1 (Trevin Latapy 38), Barataria Recreation Ground

02:04:16, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 1 (Akeem Redhead 56) v Defence Force 2 (Kellon Serrette 28, Akeem Roach 89), Mahaica Oval


Lucozade Sport Goal Shield Qualifying Round

05:04:16, 6:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 3 (Robert Primus 41, Kareem Joseph 71, Jameel Neptune 78) v Point Fortin Civic 1 (Kelvin Modeste 72), Ato Boldon Stadium

05:04:16, 8:00pm, Club Sando 0 v St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Johan Peltier 86), Ato Boldon Stadium


Lucozade Sport Goal Shield Quarterfinal Round

08:04:16, 6:00pm, Central FC 1 (Rundell Winchester 29) v St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Keron Cornwall 20), Ato Boldon Stadium
After Penalties: Central FC 3 (Jason Marcano, Rundell Winchester, Leston Paul) v St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Jameel Antoine)

08:04:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 4 (Shahdon Winchester 10, Jelani Peters 58, Andre Toussaint 63, Neil Benjamin 87) v North East Stars 1 (Kerry Baptiste 48), Ato Boldon Stadium

09:04:16, 4:00pm, Defence Force 1 (Devorn Jorsling 42-Pen) v Morvant Caledonia United 5 (Jameel Neptune 33, 73, Ordell Flemming 45+1, Pernell Schultz 68, Sheldon Holder 78), Hasely Crawford Stadium

09:04:16, 6:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 0 v Police FC 3 (Dexter Alleyne 4, Makesi Lewis 43, Jameel Perry 55), Hasely Crawford Stadium


Pro League Continues

12:04:16, 4:00pm, North East Stars 3 (Kerry Baptiste 6, 25, Jean-Luc Rochford 85) v Point Fortin Civic 0, Larry Gomes Stadium

12:04:16, 6:00pm, Club Sando 3 (Devon Modeste 30, Jesse Downing 47, Akeem Humphrey 72) v Defence Force 1 (Kellon Serrette 24), Ato Boldon Stadium

12:04:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 1 (Hughtun Hector 89) v Central FC 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

12:04:16, 7:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 0 v St. Ann’s Rangers  1 (Trevin Latapy 2-Pen), Hasely Crawford Stadium

12:04:16, 9:00pm, Police FC 2 (Makesi Lewis 19, Dylon King 33) v San Juan Jabloteh 3 (Akeem Benjamin 6, Brent Sam 85, Nathan Lewis 90), Hasely Crawford Stadium


Lucozade Sport Goal Shield Semi-Final

15:04:16, 6:00pm, Police FC 1 (Kareem Freitas 77) vs Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Pernell Schultz 44), Ato Boldon Stadium
After Penalties: Police FC 1 (Jibri Mc David) v Morvant Caledonia United 3 (Aikim Armstrong, Sheldon Holder, Pernell Schultz)

15:04:16, 8:00pm, Central FC 2 (Jason Marcano 7, Maurice Ford 81 Own-Goal) vs W Connection 4 (Alvin Jones 19, Hughtun Hector 61, 90+2, Briel Thomas 77), Ato Boldon Stadium


Pro League Continues

19:04:16, 6:00pm, Club Sando 3 (Devon Modeste 33, 48, Shaquille Holder 46) v Police FC 5 (Kareem Freitas 18, Makesi Lewis 36, 58, Keon Wilson 45, Dylon King 90), Ato Boldon Stadium

19:04:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 0 v San Juan Jabloteh  1 (Tyrone Charles 86), Ato Boldon Stadium

19:04:16, 7:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 0 v Central FC 3 (Marcus Joseph 66, Darren Mitchell 80, Nicholas Dillon 87), Hasely Crawford Stadium

19:04:16, 9:00pm, Defence Force 0 v North East Stars 1 (Kerry Baptiste 45+), Hasely Crawford Stadium

20:04:16, 4:00pm, St. Ann’s Rangers 2 (Johan Peltier 77, Anselm Jackson 88) v Point Fortin Civic  4 (Juma Clarence 42, Akeem Redhead 72, Jamille Boatswain 75, 90), Larry Gomes Stadium

22:04:16, 7:00pm, Central FC 4 (Jason Marcano 35, 64, 79, Kadeem Corbin 90+2) vs Club Sando 1 (Akeem Humphrey 68), Hasely Crawford Stadium


Lucozade Sport Goal Shield Final

24:04:16, 0:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Sheldon Holder 15, 82) v W Connection 2 (Shahdon Winchester 2, Andre Toussaint 53), Hasely Crawford Stadium
After Penalties: Morvant Caledonia United 4 (Kareem Joseph, Akim Armstrong, Sheldon Holder, Pernell Schultz) v W Connection 1 (Hughtun Hector)


2016 CFU Club Championship Semi-Final

29:04:16, 0:00pm, Arnett Gardens FC (JAM) 0 v W Connection (TRI) 2 (Alvin Jones 2, Shahdon Winchester 45+), Stade Sylvio Cator

29:04:16, 0:00pm, Don Bosco FC (HAI) 1 (Kerlins Georges 104) v Central FC (TRI) 1 (Sean De Silva 93), Stade Sylvio Cator
After Penalties: Don Bosco FC 2 v Central FC 4


Digicel Pro Bowl Qualifier Round

29:04:16, 0:00pm, Club Sando 0 v St. Ann’s Rangers 3 (Anselm Jackson 6, 29, Sedale Mc Lean 35), Ato Boldon Stadium

29:04:16, 0:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 1 (Juma Clarence 75) v Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Sheldon Holder 51), Ato Boldon Stadium
After Penalties: Point Fortin Civic 3 (Andrei Pacheco, Juma Clarence, Ronell Paul) v Morvant Caledonia United 5 (Kareem Joseph, Akim Armstrong, Sheldon Holder, Robert Primus, Pernell Schultz)


MAY

2016 CFU Club Championship Final

01:05:16, 0:00pm, Central FC 3 (Marcus Joseph 5, Jason Marcano 83, Darren Mitchell 90+3) v W Connection 0, Stade Sylvio Cator

Pro League Continues

03:05:16, 6:00pm, Club Sando 2 (Devon Modeste 37, Jesse Downing 78) v Point Fortin Civic 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

03:05:16, 7:00pm, Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Akim Armstrong 90) v North East Stars 3 (Kerry Baptiste 26, 53-Pen, Chike Sullivan 83), Hasely Crawford Stadium

03:05:16, 9:00pm, Police FC 2 (Clevon Mc Fee 13, Jameel Perry 67) v Defence Force 3 (Hashim Arcia 47, Jemel Sebro 57, Devorn Jorsling 69), Hasely Crawford Stadium

06:05:16, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 0 v Morvant Caledonia United 3 (Jamaal Harvey 24, Armstrong 45-Pen, Bartholomew 88), Mahaica Oval

06:05:16, 6:00pm, Club Sando 1 (Devon Modeste 45+) v San Juan Jabloteh 4 (Keyon Edwards 15, 60, Jamal Gay 36, Nathan Lewis 90+3), Ato Boldon Stadium

06:05:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 0 v Defence Force 1 (Hashim Arcia 79), Ato Boldon Stadium

08:05:16, 4:00pm, Central FC 4 (Jason Marcano 37, 56-Pen, Jamal Jack 60, Kevon Villaroel 69) v North East Stars 0, Manny Ramjohn Stadium

08:05:16, 4:00pm, St. Ann's Rangers 0 v Police FC 1 (Kareem Freitas 85), Larry Gomes Stadium


Digicel Pro Bowl Quarter-Final

10:05:16, 6:00pm, W Connection 4 (Jomal Williams 37, Dimitrie Apai 57, Gerard Williams 64-Pen, Anfernee Frederick 78) v Police FC 3 (Kaaron Foster 20, Jameel Perry 44, Elijah Belgrave 82), Ato Boldon Stadium

10:05:16, 8:00pm, Central FC 1 (Sean De Silva 59) v North East Stars 2 (Anthony Guppy 41, Kerry Baptiste 67-Pen), Ato Boldon Stadium

10:05:16, 7:00pm, St Ann's Rangers 1 (Keron Cornwall 14) v San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Garth Thomas 86), Hasely Crawford Stadium
After Penalties: St Ann's Rangers 3 v San Juan Jabloteh 4

10:05:16, 9:00pm, Defence Force 2 (Ross Russell Jr. 20, Richard Roy 90) v Morvant Caledonia United 0, Hasely Crawford Stadium


Digicel Pro Bowl Semi-Final

13:05:16, 6:00pm, Defence Force 1 (Own Goal 70) v San Juan Jabloteh 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

13:05:16, 8:00pm, W Connection 0 v North East Stars 0, Ato Boldon Stadium
After Penalties: W Connection 4 (Alvin Jones, Zaine Pierre, Anfernee Frederick, Kurt Frederick) v North East Stars 2 (Kerry Baptiste, Ryan Stewart)


Pro League Continues

17:05:16, 7:00pm, W Connection3 (Dimitrie Apai 17, 52, Kurt Frederick 62) v St. Ann’s Rangers 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

17:05:16, 7:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh3 (Fabian Reid 7, Jamal Gay 16, 27) v Central FC2 (Kadeem Corbin 80-Pen, Darren Mitchell 85-Pen), Hasely Crawford Stadium

20:05:16, 6:00pm, Central FC 7 (Ricardo John 14, 48, 60, Jason Marcano 63, 66, 90, Kadeem Corbin 84) v St. Ann’s Rangers 0, Ato Boldon Stadium

20:05:16, 8:00pm, Club Sando 2 (Kevon Woodley 22, Akeem Humphrey 38) v W Connection 5 (Malik St. Prix 8, 57, Dimitrie Apai 68, Andre Toussaint 79, 83), Ato Boldon Stadium

21:05:16, 6:00pm, Point Fortin Civic 5 (Jamille Boatswain 5, 45, Shane Garraway 50, Sylvester Teesdale 68, Bevon Bass 90) v Police FC 0, Mahaica Oval

21:05:16, 4:00pm, Defence Force 1 (Jerwyn Balthazar 57) v Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Akim Armstrong 33), Larry Gomes Stadium

21:05:16, 4:00pm, San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Tyrone Charles 60) v North East Stars 0, Manny Ramjohn Stadium


Digicel Pro Bowl Final

20:05:16, Defence Force 2 (Jerwyn Balthazar 27, Hashim Arcia 30) v W Connection 1 (Aikim Andrews 77), Ato Boldon Stadium

2015-16 Pro League Standings.

P  W  D  L  F  A  Pts
Central FC  27  18  4  5  68  20  58
San Juan Jabloteh  27  17  3  7  51  36  54
Defence Force  27  14  7  6  54  23  49
W Connection FC  27  14  7  6  54  25  49
North East Stars  27  13  5  9  42  49  44
Police FC  27  12  4  11  57  56  40
Club Sando  27  9  3  15  36  57  30
Point Fortin Civic FC  27  6  4  17  28  56  22
Morvant Caledonia United  27  6  4  17  28  57  22
St. Ann's Rangers  27  3  5  19  26  65  14

Top Goal Scorers

TWENTY

Makesi Lewis (Police FC) - 20 (1-Pen)

SEVENTEEN

Jason Marcano (Central FC) - 17 (1-Pen)

FIFTEEN

Marcus Joseph (Central FC) - 15 (1-Pen)

FOURTEEN

Devon Modeste (Club Sando) - 14 (3-Pen)

THIRTEEN

Kareem Freitas (Police FC) - 13
Nathan Lewis (San Juan Jabloteh) - 13

TWELVE

Jerwyn Balthazar (Defence Force) - 12 (1-Pen)

ELEVEN

Jamal Gay (San Juan Jabloteh) - 11
Jomal Williams (W Connection) - 11

NINE

Kerry Baptiste (North East Stars) - 9 (1-Pen)
Jamille Boatswain (Point Fortin Civic) - 9
Shahdon Winchester (W Connection) - 9 (1-Pen)

EIGHT

Devorn Jorsling (Defence Force) - 8 (1-Pen)
Ross Russell Jr. (Defence Force) - 8
Gorean Highley (North East Stars) - 8
Dimitrie Apai (W Connection) - 8

SEVEN

Sheldon Holder (Morvant Caledonia United) - 7
Andre Toussaint (W Connection) - 7

SIX

Kellon Serette (Defence Force) - 6

FIVE

Ataullah Guerra (Central FC) - 5 (1-Pen)
Darren Mitchell (Central FC) - 5 (1-Pen)
Sean De Silva (Central FC) - 5
Jessie Downing (Club Sando) - 5
Kareem Joseph (Morvant Caledonia United) - 5
Fabian Reid (San Juan Jabloteh) - 5
Tyrone Charles (San Juan Jabloteh) - 5
Kadeem Hutchinson (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 5

FOUR

Kadeem Corbin (Central FC) - 4 (1-Pen)
Ricardo John (Central FC) - 4
Kishun Seecharan (Defence Force) - 4
Akim Armstrong (Morvant Caledonia United) - 4 (1-Pen)
Pernell Schultz (Morvant Caledonia United) - 4 (2-Pen)
Keron Cummings (North East Stars) - 4
Shackiel Henry (Point Fortin Civic) - 4
Jameel Perry (Police FC) - 4
Keyon Edwards (San Juan Jabloteh) - 4
Trevin Latapy (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 4 (1-Pen)

THREE

Kevon Villaroel (Central FC) - 3 (1 Own-Goal)
Willis Plaza (Central FC) - 3 (1-Pen)
Akeem Humphrey (Club Sando) - 3
Kevon Woodley (Club Sando) - 3
Shaquille Holder (Club Sando) - 3
Jemel Sebro (Defence Force) - 3
Sean Narcis (Defence Force) - 3
Jomoul Francois (North East Stars) - 3
Anton Hutchinson (Police FC) - 3
Christon Thomas (Police FC) - 3
Dylon King (Police FC) - 3
Keon Wilson (Police FC) - 3
Akeem Redhead (Point Fortin Civic) - 3
Glenn Sutton (Point Fortin Civic) - 3
Jelani Peters (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 3
Keron Cornwall (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 3
Adrian Reid (San Juan Jabloteh) - 3 (2-Pen)
Brent Sam (San Juan Jabloteh) - 3

TWO

Jamal Jack (Central FC) - 2
Leston Paul (Central FC) - 2
Nicholas Dillon (Central FC) - 2
Anthony Paris (Club Sando) - 2
Kerry Joseph (Defence Force) - 2
Richard Roy (Defence Force) - 2 (1-Pen)
Jameel Neptune (Morvant Caledonia United) - 2
Jamal Harvey (Morvant Caledonia United) - 2
Kyle Bartholomew (Morvant Caledonia United) - 2
Ryan Stewart (North East Stars) - 2
Kerwin Stafford (Point Fortin Civic) - 2
Sylvester Teesdale (Point Fortin Civic) - 2
Todd Ryan (Police FC) - 2
Kennedy Hinkson (San Juan Jabloteh) - 2
Sean Bonval (San Juan Jabloteh) - 2
Johan Peltier (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 2
Kevon Piper (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 2
Sayid Freitas (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 2 (1-Pen)
Aikim Andrews (W Connection) - 2
Dwight Quintero (W Connection) - 2
Jabari Mitchell (W Connection) - 2
Malik St. Prix (W Connection) - 2
Neil Benjamin Jr. (W Connection) - 2
Shannon Gomez (W Connection) - 2

ONE

Elijah Manners (Central FC) - 1
Kaydion Gabriel (Central FC) - 1 (1-Own-Goal)
Nathaniel Garcia (Central FC) - 1
Amrit Gildharry (Club Sando) - 1
Bradley Nestor (Club Sando) - 1
Jeromie Williams (Club Sando) - 1
Kerron Mitchell (Club Sando) - 1
Teba Mc Knight (Club Sando) - 1
Aklie Edwards (Defence Force) - 1
Akeem Roach (Defence Force) - 1
Hashim Arcia (Defence Force) - 1
Rodell Elcock (Defence Force) - 1
Stephan Campbell (Defence Force) - 1
Kareem Knights (Morvant Caledonia United) - 1
Ranaldo Bailey (Morvant Caledonia United) - 1
Anthony Guppy (North East Stars) - 1
Alonzo Adlam (North East Stars) - 1
Anthony Wolfe (North East Stars) - 1
Adrian Noel (North East Stars) - 1
Brendon Figuera (North East Stars) - 1
Chike Sullivan (North East Stars) - 1
Duane Muckette (North East Stars) - 1
Dillon Jaggesar (North East Stars) - 1
Jean-Luc Rochford (North East Stars) - 1
Neveal Hackshaw (North East Stars) - 1
Neil Mitchell (North East Stars) - 1
Reon Moore (North East Stars) - 1
Andrei Pacheco (Point Fortin Civic) - 1 (1-Pen)
Bevon Bass (Point Fortin Civic) - 1
Juma Clarence (Point Fortin Civic) - 1
Shane Garraway (Point Fortin Civic) - 1
Dexter Alleyne (Police FC) - 1
Devon Jamerson (Police FC) - 1
Elijah Belgrave (Police FC) - 1
Kadeem Riley (Police FC) - 1
Clevon Mc Fee (Police FC) - 1
Karlon Murray (Police FC) - (1 Own-Goal)
Akeem Benjamin (San Juan Jabloteh) - 1
Garth Thomas (San Juan Jabloteh) - 1
Ricardo Harriott (San Juan Jabloteh) - 1
Anselm Jackson (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 1
Jameel Antoine (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 1
Jeromie Williams (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 1
Kadeem Hutchinson (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 1
Miguel Romeo (St. Ann’s Rangers) - 1
Alvin Jones (W Connection) - (1-Pen)
Briel Thomas (W Connection) - 1
Hughtun Hector (W Connection) - 1
Kurt Frederick (W Connection) - 1
Triston Hodge (W Connection) - 1
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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2015, 06:42:59 AM »
Important scheduling data to know
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« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2015, 10:24:34 AM »
Does the Pro League have an official ball? Just wondering.
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« Reply #3 on: August 05, 2015, 08:53:38 AM »
Does the Pro League have an official ball? Just wondering.

No. Home clubs use their match balls.

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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #4 on: August 28, 2015, 06:05:30 AM »
The league should start next week or the week after and no fixtures yet?

Who are the teams competing this year?

And they want more supporters to come to games.

 ;)

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« Reply #5 on: August 28, 2015, 06:33:32 AM »
The league should start next week or the week after and no fixtures yet?

Who are the teams competing this year?

And they want more supporters to come to games.

 ;)



Fixtures were released to clubs in early July. They were not released publicly because there are still applications from teams to join still pending. Also, there was consideration that Mahaica Oval and Irwin Park may be used if they were completed on time, which is now the case.

 

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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #6 on: August 28, 2015, 06:54:40 AM »
The league should start next week or the week after and no fixtures yet?

Who are the teams competing this year?

And they want more supporters to come to games.

 ;)



Fixtures were released to clubs in early July. They were not released publicly because there are still applications from teams to join still pending. Also, there was consideration that Mahaica Oval and Irwin Park may be used if they were completed on time, which is now the case.

 

Thanx FS, but isn't the league 2 weeks away from kick-off?

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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #7 on: August 28, 2015, 07:17:30 AM »
The league should start next week or the week after and no fixtures yet?

Who are the teams competing this year?

And they want more supporters to come to games.

 ;)



Fixtures were released to clubs in early July. They were not released publicly because there are still applications from teams to join still pending. Also, there was consideration that Mahaica Oval and Irwin Park may be used if they were completed on time, which is now the case.

 

Thanx FS, but isn't the league 2 weeks away from kick-off?



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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #8 on: August 28, 2015, 07:29:31 AM »
The league should start next week or the week after and no fixtures yet?

Who are the teams competing this year?

And they want more supporters to come to games.

 ;)



Fixtures were released to clubs in early July. They were not released publicly because there are still applications from teams to join still pending. Also, there was consideration that Mahaica Oval and Irwin Park may be used if they were completed on time, which is now the case.

 

Thanx FS, but isn't the league 2 weeks away from kick-off?



The Charity Shield was carded for this Sunday! But that has been postponed.

I suspect if they continue like this the Super League will eventually surpass them as T&T's number one.

My advise to the Super League organizers, they should be able to compete in the CFU and Concacaf cups.

And what makes it nice is, the SL also field Tobago teams.

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Knights inks two-year deal with Caledonia AIA in T&T Pro-League
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Knights inks two-year deal with Caledonia AIA in T&T Pro-League
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KAREEM Knights, the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) midfield player, recently signed a two-year deal with Trinidad and Tobago Pro-League club Caledonia AIA. Though the details of the move are not known, Knights will now join his National U-23 teammates Dominic Garnett and Pernell Schultz at the Morvant/Laventille-based club, owned by Guyana’s senior National Men’s head coach Jamaal Shabazz.

“I’m just happy be to here; it’s my first time with a pro team, among players who played World Cup, MLS and other big leagues across the world,” Knights told Chronicle Sport yesterday.

The 18-year-old, who also played at the Fruta Conquerors Club, said the move to Caledonia AIA is the start for him to realise his dream of playing professional football and his intention is to “shine in the TT Pro-League”.

“It feels like home to me even though I’m in a new community among players from other countries. My Guyanese teammates have me as their younger brother guiding me and advising me how to approach things when necessary,” Knights said.

He added, “I’ve been following along the line with them, going through every session, developing on my weakness and building my confidence in order to snap myself into the level that the pro league is being played at.”

Knights has represented Guyana at the U-17, U-20 and most recently at the U-23 level but his ambition is to cement his spot on the Senior National Team.
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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #10 on: August 31, 2015, 06:44:25 AM »
Would love to know whether the Pro league schedule will be changed so as to ensure that this league is active or just completed before the Concacaf club championships start. If there are Caribbean qualifiers months earlier then maybe there should be some arrangements that T&T teams participating will not be adversely affected in terms of participation at full strength in the Proleague. Maybe a scheduling break for the team that has to go to Suriname or whereever to play. Teams like Comunicaciones and LA Galaxy are in full stride from an active local league while Central FC and W Connection are rusty having not played for months.  This topic has been raised before but where is the follow up?
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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #11 on: August 31, 2015, 07:27:56 AM »
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19-year old Barbadian defender, Ranaldo Bailey, joins Caledonia AIA
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Bailey gets his wish
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YOUNG national footballer Ranaldo Bailey is testament to the saying “perseverance seldom fails”. - See more

After having to turn down a chance to fulfill his dream of playing professional football a month ago, due to reasons off the pitch, the 19-year-old centre back has signed his first professional contract. Bailey has signed for Trinidad and Tobago Pro League club Morvant Caledonia United for the upcoming 2015-2016 season. Bailey recently returned from Northern Ireland disappointed and frustrated that he could not accept the contract offered by Northern Ireland Premiership club Ballymena F.C due to the club’s financial situation, but the humble young man said he never gave up the fight and knew that God would pave a way for him to achieve his goals.
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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #13 on: September 03, 2015, 06:47:24 AM »
Heard about this player from a reliable source ... The source spoke with a measure of confidence that indicated this player would do well. Got the impression he would have found a better situation than this (no disrespect to de Caledonia massive, dahis reality).

Source indicated there were two players. Wonder what has become of the other.

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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #14 on: September 03, 2015, 07:15:43 AM »
The article about Kareem Knights refers to Jamal Shabazz as an "owner". True or false? Merely asking in light of contemporaneous revelations regarding who owns/does not own Central.
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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #15 on: September 12, 2015, 02:14:39 AM »
The clubs who will compete in the Pro League this season are: Central FC, W Connection, Defence Force, North East Stars, Police FC, San Juan Jabloteh, Point Fortin Civic, Morvant Caledonia United, St Ann’s Rangers and Club Sando.

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VIDEO Report; https://www.facebook.com/cnewslive/videos/10153577757190610/

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The new season of the TT Pro League kicked off on Friday evening out at the Ato Boldon Stadium where holders Central F.C. lifted yet another title.

Central won four major titles (First Citizens Cup, Digicel Pro League, Caribbean Club Championship and Digicel Pro Bowl) and the Rawle Fletcher, Akeem Adams and Kevon Carter trophies for winning each round of the league and now their title ways have rolled over on the domestic front at the start of the 2015/2016 season.

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Morvant Caledonia United's 2015/16 Roster
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Morvant Caledonia United's 2015/16 Roster

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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #19 on: September 26, 2015, 05:23:38 AM »
Increased $$ incentives as Digicel Pro League 2015-2016 launched.
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The $1 million champions’ prize isn’t the only cash incentive for competing teams in the 2015-2016 Digicel Pro League which was officially launched on Friday morning at the VIP Lounge of the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain.

This season, clubs will also have the chance of vying for $50,000 – a 66 percent increase from last season’s $30,000 – awarded to the winning team in each of the three rounds of the DPL which honours fallen heroes Rawle Fletcher, Akeem Adams and Kevon Carter.

Also, new to the DPL which will end in May 2016, a Player of Round, for each of the three rounds, will receive $10,000.

The main prize money scheme will again award the DPL champions $1,000,000 while the runners-up and third-place finishers will receive $300,000 and $150,000, respectively. Teams finishing in positions fourth to tenth will receive $130,000.

Turning away from the monetary rewards and trophies on offer, Julia Baptiste, general secretary of the Pro League, told clubs, "Take your club to the next level; think professional."

The 2015-2016 DPL kicks off today (Friday) with last season’s third-place finishers Defence Force against last season’s cellar-placed finishers St. Ann’s Rangers from 6 pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

The Round One Match Day One schedule will continue on Saturday 26 September with last season’s DPL runners-up W Connection hosting Police FC from 4 pm at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium and simultaneously at the Larry Gomes Stadium, North East Stars will welcome debutants Club Sando.

Also on Saturday, defending DPL champions Central FC will visit Point Fortin Civic from 6 pm at the Mahaica Oval.

The weekend fixtures will culminate on Sunday 27 September with neighbouring rivals Morvant Caledonia United and San Juan Jabloteh clashing from 4 pm.

During his opening remarks, TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene called on players and clubs to not lose focus.

Skeene, a former Trinidad and Tobago footballer said, “Let’s us put aside self-doubt and frustration and continue no matter the obstacles to push for improvement in every single aspect of what we do on and off the field of play. We must be proud of the TT Pro League.”

Skeene also commended the longstanding support of title sponsor Digicel.

He said that Digicel has stood by the league's vision, players, coaches, board, management, fans and other corporate partners in fighting a noble cause, purpose and mission.

“There remain those in key decision making positions who continue to misunderstand what the TT Pro League, and what it is about in a place such as Trinidad and Tobago,” added Skeene.

“But the TT Pro League can stand proud, confident, notwithstanding at times hostile environment, our owners clubs and players and coaches continue to improve on the quality of football that is on display in the Digicel TT Pro League games and tournaments.

“No matter what, we are determined to make a positive difference in football and through football Trinidad and Tobago.”

Christopher Edmond, Digicel senior sponsorship officer, said Digicel’s partnership with the Pro League is part of the company’s commitment to football locally and internationally. He congratulated the Pro League on its positive reputation and said that Digicel fully understands the power of football.

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Round One Match Day One


Friday 25 September 2015

Defence Force vs St. Ann’s Rangers—6 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium

Saturday 26 September 2015

W Connection vs Police FC—4 pm, Manny Ramjohn Stadium

North East Stars vs Club Sando—4 pm, Larry Gomes Stadium

Point Fortin Civic vs Central FC—6 pm, Mahaica Oval

Sunday 27 September 2015

Morvant Caledonia United vs San Juan Jabloteh—4 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium

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De Silva double and assist earns Central 3-0 win over Civic.
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On Saturday, the pre-game hype was focused on Marcus Joseph, the 24-year-old ace striker making his first return to the Mahaica Oval since moving from hometown club Point Fortin Civic to Central FC in pre-season.

But it was his new teammates midfielder Sean de Silva and striker Willis Plaza that stole the show as Central FC walked away 3-0 winners – to the disappointment of the hundreds of Civic home supporters – following a very physical contest under the newly installed stadium lights at the Point Fortin venue.

Plaza opened the scoring in the first half before Sean de Silva made certain of victory with a second half brace to give the Digicel Pro League (DPL) champions a convincing start to their title defence.

“I knew we were three goals better than them (Civic),” said head coach Ross Russell after his first league match in charge of Central FC. “It was a gutsy performance by my guys. The game was a little rugged. It wasn’t as smooth as we normally play but my guys fought it out and got what they deserved.

“We could have scored more. Willis Plaza had a few that he missed. So 3-0 is a decent score for us.”

The result put Central, with a +3 goal-difference, at the top of the 2015-2016 DPL standings in Round One Match Day One, which will culminate on today (Sunday 27 September) with Morvant Caledonia United, equipped with former Civic goalie Marvin Phillip, against San Juan Jabloteh from 4 pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

On Friday night at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, St. Ann’s Rangers held Defence Force, the former club of coach Russell, to a 1-1 draw; the same result last season’s runners-up W Connection were held on Saturday by Police at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium.

Andre Toussaint, one of four top players to leave Civic following last season, broke a deadlock in the 83rd minute for Connection but a minute later Police forward Makesi Lewis tied the scores 1-1.

Also on Saturday, North East Stars joined Central as the only other winning team thus far, after shutting out DPL newcomers, Club Sando, 2-0 at the Larry Gomes Stadium.

New signings Alanzo Adlam and Adrian Noel each scored a goal in the 17th and 59th minutes, respectively, to give new North East Stars head coach, Roland Clarke, a win his debut.

Later at the Mahaica Oval, Central grabbed a 1-0 lead in the 28th minute when Plaza struck low into the far netting, beating Civic debutant goalkeeper, Miles Goodman in a match marred by crunching tackles but produced just a few cautions from referee Cecile Hinds.

Plaza was clinical from inside the right of the box after being picked out on a pass from midfielder De Silva, who started the attack from his own half.

Plaza, the only player to score a goal in every match against Civic since last season, including a 1-0 win to secure 2014-2015 Round Two Akeem Adams Trophy in the clubs previous meeting at Mahaica on February 24, 2015, had further chances to double the tally but headed over in the 40th minute and onto the crossbar in the 60th minute.

Plaza’s other goals against Civic last season came in a 3-1 win on January 11, 2015 and in a 5-2 win on April 24, 2015. Club and T&T teammate Ataulla Guerra, who was left out of Saturday’s squad, had a three-goal tally in both matches.

Yesterday, Plaza showed determination by wrestling off his marker before playing a through ball, which allowed De Silva to advance into the box and slot low past an advancing Goodman for a 2-0 Central cushion in the 63rd minute.

De Silva, a two-time former Trinidad and Tobago Youth World Cup player, made it 3-0 on the 70th minute when he controlled a Joseph (M) freekick onto his chest before volleying into Goodman’s net to complete his double.

Even without another Central signing from Civic, defensive hardman Andre Ettienne, who was left out due to injury, Civic were unable really trouble the “Couva Sharks”’ defence and midfield, controlled by 40-year-old veteran playmaker, Marvin Oliver.

Despite being a torn in his former side, Joseph (M), a talented left-footed striker of the ball and Trinidad and Tobago footballer, was unable to find the back of the net.

Meanwhile Civic, who got within inches of goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams’ frame on a couple tries, had their closest attempt in the 84th minute when substitute Kerwin Stafford, a pre-season signing, troubled the crossbar from an angle on the right side.

“It’s our first game,” said Civic head coach Leroy De Leon. “We had some practice games before but not at this level. It’s not bad but we have some things to work on especially in the middle of the field and defensively. Our midfield was non-existent today for some reason. We also have to work on scoring goals but the real problem is the middle of the field. If the middle of the field is strong, then it takes the pressure off the defence.”

De Leon confessed that he was still in a mixing-and-matching stage with a number of new players in his squad but remains confident things will come into place.

“We’d be OK! We have a lot of players on the bench that didn’t get a chance today (Saturday). We are still mixing and matching. It’s early still, the first game, and eventually we would be there.”

De Leon, a Trinidad and Tobago football legend, added, “Central have been playing year-round, they were in CONCACAF, they are a team but we aren’t there yet.”

Central’s Russell, a two-time DPL champion coach at Defence Force, admitted that his side have the early edge due to their participation in the group stage of the 2015-2016 CONCACAF Champions League.

“It’s match sharpness,” said the Central coach. “We have five games on the trot already, high level games. We were more comfortable on the ball while Civic were now trying and it all has to do with game practice.

“The season (has) now started but we are coming off our highs in the CONCACAF within recent weeks. Now we are focused on (retaining) the league,” ended Russell, who believes his players still need to be more comfortable possessing the ball more.

Results

W Connection 1 (Andre Toussaint 83’) vs Police FC 1 (Makesi Lewis 84’)

North East Stars 2 (Alanzo Adlan 17’, Adrian Noel 59’) vs Club Sando 0

Point Fortin Civic 0 vs Central FC 3 (Willis Plaza 28’, Sean de Silva 63’, 70’)

Teams

Point Fortin Civic: 1.Miles Goodman; 27.Kern Peters, 15.Nedeon Noel, 11.Tigana Sparks (10.Bevon Bass 72nd), 19.Andrei Pacheco, 16.Kelvin Modeste (capt.), 6.Jayson Joseph, 8.Akeem Redhead, 9.Shackiel Henry (25.Troy Moses 80th), 99.Corey Cyrus (14.Kerwin Stafford 67th), 20.Jamille Boatswain

Unused substitutes: 52.Akini Adams (GK), 21.Rondell Paul, 12.Glenn Sutton, 17.Kestwin Goolie

Coach: Leroy De Leon

Central FC: 21.Jan-Michael Williams (capt.); 2.Elton John, 8.Sean de Silva, 10.Marvin Oliver (19.Nathaniel Garcia 82nd), 11.Darren Mitchell, 12.Jamal Jack, 15.Kaydion Gabriel, 17.Marcelle Francois (25.Elijah Manners 66th), 24.Kevon Villaroel, 33.Willis Plaza (6.Kerry Baptiste 77th), 99.Marcus Joseph

Unused substitutes: 5.Akeem Benjamin,  30.Akel Clarke (GK), 14.Nicholas Dillon, 26.Mickaeel Jem Gordon

Coach: Ross Russell

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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #21 on: September 27, 2015, 06:00:21 PM »

GAME HIGHLIGHTS; https://www.facebook.com/csportslive/videos/1021012381283727/

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This as the league kicked off at the Hasely Crawford stadium on Friday evening.

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« Reply #22 on: September 28, 2015, 03:17:04 PM »
Turncoats Edwards and Charles star as Jabloteh edge Morvant Caledonia.
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Even with a new name, a revamped squad, and the return of marquee player Densill Theobald, Morvant Caledonia United (MCU) kicked off their 2015-2016 campaign with a loss, while neighbouring rivals Play Whe San Juan Jabloteh joined defending Digicel Pro League champions Central FC and North East Stars in winners’ row on the weekend.

Jabloteh edged MCU 2-1 on Sunday afternoon at the Hasely Crawford Stadium courtesy goals from former Cale’ players Keyon Edwards and Tyrone Charles.

Both players were among six former MCU players in coach Keith Jeffrey’s starting Jabloteh line-up in the Round One Match Day One fixture of the Digicel Pro League.

While MCU, with Theobald, the 33-year-old Trinidad and Tobago 2006 World Cup player returning home following a stint in India with Royal Wahingdoh last season, was still short of inspiration against the class-act of Edwards.

The 31-year-old Edwards, who represented MCU up till last season, put the hurt on his former employers in the 27th minute when he volleyed past goalkeeper Marvin Phillip from a left side cross swung in by wingback and captain Damien Williams of Jamaica.

That first half lead, however, was short-lived.

Only two minutes later MCU veteran Kareem Joseph, occupying left-midfield instead of his usual full right-back, weaved his way past three defenders to find Sheldon Holder in the box and the Guyana international made no mistake in hitting past his former Cale’ club-mate and Grenada national team goalie, Shemel Louison to tie the scores 1-1.

But Louison was part of the happier side at the final whistle thanks to an 80th minute headed goal by 26-year-old Charles for a 2-1 Jabloteh win.

Charles, who had represented MCU in 2013-2014, capitalised on poor defending at the back-post. The former Central FC, St. Ann’s Rangers and North East Stars player met a deep Kennedy Hinkson free-kick to head past Phillip, who joined MCU in pre-season from Point Fortin Civic.

Jabloteh, winners of last season’s Toyota Classic and sixth-placed DPL finishers, had more looks on goal than their opponents but forward Jamal Gay, another former MCU signing, failed to trouble Phillip on three separate occasions and an earlier Charles’ free-kick flew just overbar.

Other former MCU players clad in the Jabloteh green were Nathan Lewis and Aquil Selby. They are among newcomers Ramone Mc Gregor, Ricardo Harriott, Jerome Mc Intyre, Hinkson and unused substitute Jordan Devonish.

While some new additions at last season’s second-from-bottom, MCU, includes Canadian-born brothers Daniel and Anthony Whyte, the latter in goalkeeping, Ronaldo Bailey (Barbados), Ordell Flemming (St. Kitts & Nevis), Otev Lawrence (St Lucia), Eugine Kirwan (Antigua & Barbuda), Jamaal Harvey (Guyana), Gregory President (St. Lucia), former Rangers midfielder Kennedy Isles (St. Kitts & Nevis) and former Defence Force winger Akeem Roach.

On Friday night at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Rangers held Defence Force to a 1-1 draw; the same result last season’s runners-up W Connection were held by on Saturday against Police at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium.

Also on Saturday, North East Stars defeated DPL newcomers, Club Sando, 2-0 at the Larry Gomes Stadium and Central overcame a physical contest to defeat Point Fortin Civic 3-0 at Mahaica Oval.

Now all ten Pro League clubs will turn their focus on the 2015 First Citizens Cup which will be launched on Monday 28 September to reveal the qualifier match-ups and quarterfinal round.

Central are two-time defending First Citizens Cup champions. The title was one of four major trophies – seven overall – captured by the "Couva Sharks" last season.

Results

Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Sheldon Holder 29’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Keyon Edwards 27’, Tyrone Charles 80’)

Teams

Morvant Caledonia United: 1.Marvin Phillip; 18.Akeem Roach, 21.Densill Theobald, 24.Gregory President (20.Jamaal Harvey 52nd), 22.Jameel Neptune, 12.Kareem Joseph (capt.), 8.Kareem Knights (28.Purnell Schultz 84th), 16.Ordell Flemming, 15.Otev Lawrence, 3.Ronaldo Bailey, 10.Sheldon Holder (14.Kennedy Isles 65th)

Unused substitutes: 30.Anthony Whyte (GK), 5.Daniel Whyte, 23.Shaquille Edwards, 2.Shomari Antoine

Technical Director: Jamaal Shabazz; Coach: Jerry Moe

San Juan Jabloteh: 30.Shemel Louison; 10.Tyrone Charles, 8.Keyon Edwards (6.Ramone Mc Gregor 84th), 7.Jamal Gay (13.Fabian Reid), 23.Kennedy Hinkson, 27.Nathan Lewis, 15.Jerome Mc Intyre, 18.Jevon Morris, 24.Adrian Reid, 21.Aquil Selby, 11.Damian Williams (capt.) (5.Ricardo Harriott 82nd)

Unused substitutes: 36.Raheem Belgrave (GK), 12.Jordan Devonish, 22.Caleb Sturge, 16.Kaashif Thomas

Coach: Keith Jeffrey
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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #23 on: September 28, 2015, 03:49:06 PM »
WATCH: Highlights of North East Star’s 2-0 win over Club Sando in the T&T Pro League
http://www.tv6tnt.com/sevenpm-news/PRO-LEAGUE-2-329721311.html
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WATCH: Highlights of North East Star’s 2-0 win over Club Sando in the T&T Pro League
http://www.tv6tnt.com/sevenpm-news/PRO-LEAGUE-2-329721311.html

Second goal NE score was due to the worse type of clearance from the Sando defender smh

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« Reply #25 on: October 19, 2015, 11:54:46 AM »
Eve seeks immediate revenge in DPL; Corbin, Toussaint and Delice could add the punch against Sando.
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St. Ann’s Rangers head coach Angus Eve seeks early revenge when his side hosts Club Sando from 6 pm on Tuesday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Round One Match Day Two of the Digicel Pro League (DPL) 2015-16.

It would be the second meeting between both sides in four days after the St. Ann’s outfit were booted out of the 2015 First Citizens Cup by a 3-1 loss at the Mahaica Oval in Point Fortin on Saturday, while winners Club Sando, led by former Rangers coach Anthony Streete, advanced to meet two-time defending champions Central FC in Friday’s semi-finals thanks to a hat-trick by Kevon “Showtime” Woodley.

Eve, who left out attacking players Kadeem Corbin, Josh Toussaint and Samuel Delice for disciplinary reasons, believes the trio can make a difference in Tuesday’s DPL clash.

“I’m a disciplinarian,” he said following Saturday’s defeat. “We had three players who missed training the day before. I don’t play players who miss training. They have no valid excuse. But those three players could come back into the team so we could have a bit more punch up front (against Sando on Tuesday).”

Nineteen-year-old Corbin, the star of Trinidad and Tobago's 2014 Caribbean Football Union Under-20 championship winning team has never seemed to settle since rising to stardom.

While a talented but infamous Samuel Delice has failed to produce the sort of promise he showed at Defence Force. Instead indiscipline seems to have the better of the player, who failed to calm during stints at Defence Force, Central FC and San Juan Jabloteh.

Not much is known personally about Josh Toussaint other than the midfielder has grown in ability over the years and could gain the much needed self-aggression with Eve at the helm.

Eve said that all three guys, just like many others within his squad, have a lot of potential. In the case of Corbin, who recently had trials in Holland and Finland, the new Rangers coach said the player “just needs to refocus himself because it’s sort of a let-down when you go out on trials and it doesn’t work out.”

On Saturday Eve started a lesser-known forward to the Pro League, 19-year-old former St. Anthony's College star Rasheed Simon.

Simon, who starred for his school side alongside Corbin, was passionate of his role and scored an excellent solo goal in the Rangers’ 3-1 loss. But lacked the stamina needed for the full duration of a 4 pm kick-off in the Mahaica Oval heat.

Kudos to the officials for allowing a one-minute rehydration break on the 35th minute mark for the wellbeing of players. But even that wasn't enough to cool the later disappointment for Rangers despite a creditable fight. In fact Woodley punished the St. Ann's club on every defensive lapse.

“It’s a learning process for some of these kids and sometimes it’s going to be a hard curve like it was today (against Sando),” said Eve, who led Rangers to a 1-1 draw with Defence Force in Round One Match Day One of the DPL on September 25.

Eve said Saturday’s game was worse that the performance against Defence Force. The Rangers coach said the lengthy break also broke the momentum of his team.

“But today (Saturday) we really just gave away three goals,” stated Eve. “It was down to individual mistakes. We passed the ball well and were in the game for the most part of it. But our guys are still learning. You are going to see a lot of these mistakes being made throughout the season. We already knew that coming in but we are hoping we can limit those mistakes, individual errors, and be a little more competitive as we were against Defence Force.”

Also on Tuesday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Morvant Caledonia United (MCU) and W Connection will meet from 8 pm in a preview of Friday’s semi-final clash.

MCU defeated Defence Force 2-1 on Sunday in the FCC quarter-finals while Connection got past Point Fortin Civic 3-1 on Saturday.

“We are finished with Army, now we are going to prepare for W Connection in the (FCC) semi-finals with Tuesday’s league match against them,” said MCU coach Jerry Moe. He also said that while Connection and MCU enjoy a good relationship, its business on the field of play.

Tuesday’s DPL action kicks off from 4 pm at the Larry Gomes Stadium with North East Stars against Police FC, who were defeated 4-3 on penalty kicks by Central FC following a 2-2 draw in Sunday’s FCC quarter-finals.

Then from 6 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Central, also the defending league champions, will tackle Defence Force, and simultaneously at the Mahaica Oval, home side Civic will welcome San Juan Jabloteh.

Digicel Pro League 2015-16 Fixture

Tuesday 20 October 2015

St. Ann's Rangers vs Club Sando—6 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium
Morvant Caledonia United vs W Connection—8 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium

Point Fortin Civic vs San Juan Jabloteh—6 pm, Mahaica Oval

Central FC vs Defence Force—6 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium

North East Stars vs Police FC—4 pm, Larry Gomes Stadium

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« Reply #26 on: October 19, 2015, 12:40:59 PM »
What allyuh hearing as Corbin's deficiencies on trial?
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« Reply #28 on: October 21, 2015, 06:11:32 AM »
Plaza goal earns Central draw on Russell’s first match against Army.
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Central unbeaten in seven; North East Stars and Police grab a point each in 8-goal feast

Willis Plaza scored from the penalty spot Tuesday to level Central FC to a thrilling 2-2 draw with Defence Force in Round One Match Day Two of the Digicel Pro League (DPL) championship 2015-16.

It was one of four drawn encounters while Point Fortin Civic stood the only winners of the day as the DPL took centre stage.

Civic defeated San Juan Jabloteh 2-0 with forwards Shackiel Henry and Jamille Boatswain getting on the scoresheet in the 50th and 84th minutes, respectively, at the Mahaica Oval.

But the day’s first match under the sunny afternoon at the Larry Gomes Stadium saw North East Stars and Police FC take a point each in an 8-goal feast.

North East Stars led 4-2 with 6 minutes of regular time after goals from Keron Cummings, Brendon Figuera, Duane Muckett and Dillon Jaggesar. But stoppage time goals from Kareem Freitas—his second on the day—and Anton Hutchinson earned the Lawmen a spectacular 4-4 comeback draw.

Jameel Perry had opened the scoring for Police’s first item.

Also settling for shared points were W Connection and Morvant Caledonia United (MCU), in a preview of Friday’s First Citizens Cup (FCC) semi-final, which saw them finish 1-1 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium following St. Ann’s Rangers 2-2 draw with Club Sando, the side that booted them out of the FCC last weekend.

Anthony Paris, who equalised for Sando in the 80th minute, scored again in stoppage time to salvage a point for the Pro League newcomers after Rangers defender Jelani Peters had a double of his own with goals in the 62th and 89th minutes.

It was a huge improvement from coach Angus Eve's Rangers which suffered a 3-1 loss to the same side three days ago.

In the second match at the Port of Spain venue, midfielder Jameel Neptune equalised in the 84th minute for MCU after Connection had taken the lead through midfielder Jomal Williams on the hour mark.

Down at the Ato Boldon Stadium, defending DPL champions Central, led this season by former two-time league winning coach of Defence Force, Ross Russell, had the go ahead goal in the 20th minute through forward Marcus Joseph—the pre-season signing completing a move which started from a free-kick for his first goal for the Couva Sharks.

But two minutes later, Defence Force tied the scores 1-1 when forward Kellon Serrette scored from close range after a failed attempt from a teammate in the six-yard area.

Firstly, it was a curious tactic by Defence Force coach Marvin Gordon, a former understudy to Russell, to start Serrette ahead of scoring ace Devorn Jorsling and Richard Roy, especially in their first match against each other.

Despite sharing a close friendship, tonight’s league clash was all business and Gordon’s choice of Serrette up front paid off with the equalising goal.

Defence Force later took to the half with a 2-1 lead, thanks to a goal in the 25th minute by veteran midfielder and team captain Jerwyn Balthazar, who found the far side of goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams netting following a defensive slack by the Couva Sharks.

Gordon’s side had the chance to add a further blow to Central on the hour mark but midfielder Kerry Joseph smashed his strike low and wide of goal from the penalty spot.

The soldiers won the penalty after a handball in the area by Central defender Jamal Jack, whose outstretched arm intercepted a right side corner. Referee Rashby Mc Phie had allowed play to continue temporarily but wisely consulted his assistant referee Dennis Changiah who waved for the infringement.

That missed effort haunted Defence Force in the 64th minute when Plaza converted from the spot to level Central 2-2, a score which stood at the end.

There was little chance for Defence Force goalie Sheldon Clarke against the in-form forward. However Clarke was brilliant on free-kicks, denying Central on free-kicks in the 50th and 68th minutes by Sean De Silva and Joseph (M), respectively.

As for Plaza, it was the Trinidad and Tobago international’s sixth goal in five matches but more importantly, it extended the Couva Sharks unbeaten run to seven matches in all competitions ahead of Friday’s semi-final round of the 2015 First Citizens Cup, where the two-time defending champions must face Club Sando from 8 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. W Connection and Morvant Caledonia United will do battle in semi-final one from 6 pm.

Referee Mc Phie had awarded the penalty kick after Defence Force defender Curtis Gonzales was ruled guilty of tripping goalward Kevon Villaroel to ground inside the box.

Gordon responded with the introduction of Roy, trading Serrette for the fresh legs of the former Toyota/Pro League Player of the Year. However Roy was only able to manage one strike on target in the 74th minute which Williams got to, then smashed wide from the resulting corner kick play.

Williams also made a crucial stop in stoppage time to blank Defence Force substitute Dave Long as coaches Russell and Gordon had to settle for a point a piece.

Digicel Pro League Results

St. Ann's Rangers 2 (Jelani Peters 62, 89) vs Club Sando 2 (Anthony Paris 80’, 90’+)

Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Jameel Neptune 84’) vs W Connection 1 (Jomal Williams 60’)

Point Fortin Civic 2 (Shackiel Henry 50’, Jamille Boatswain 84’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 0

Central FC 2 (Marcus Joseph 20’, Willis Plaza 64’) vs Defence Force 2 (Kellon Serette 22’, Jerwyn Balthazar 25’)

North East Stars 4 (Keron Cummings 22’, Brendon Figuera 28’, Duane Muckette 58’, Dillon Jaggesar 84’) vs Police FC 4 (Jameel Perry 34’, Kareem Freitas 81’, 90’+, Anton Hutchinson 90+).

Teams

Central FC: 21.Jan-Michael Williams (Capt.); 12.Jamal Jack, 24.Kevon Villaroel, 17.Marcelle Francois, 2.Elton John, 10.Marvin Oliver, 8.Sean De Silva (19.Nathaniel Garcia 74th), 22.Leston Paul (7.Jason Marcano 57th), 99.Marcus Joseph (11.Darren Mitchell 82nd), 33.Willis Plaza, 15.Kaydion Gabriel

Unused substitutes: 6.Kerry Baptiste, 26.Mickaeel Jem Gordon, 30.Akel Clarke, 23.Jean-Luc Rochford

Coach: Ross Russell

Defence Force: 25.Sheldon Clarke; 2.Glynn Franklyn (13.Marvin Jones 31st), 6.Rodell Elcock, 8.Curtis Gonzales,12.Jemel Sebro, 16.Kellon Serette (26.Richard Roy 67th), 17.Ross Russell Jr., 23.Kerry Joseph (4.Dave Long 84th), 99.Jerwyn Balthazar (Capt.), 52.Stephen Campbell, 30.Kishon Seecharan,

Unused substitutes: 80.Aaron Enil (GK), 9.Devorn Jorsling, 7.Jelani Felix, 18.Sean Narcis

Coach: Marvin Gordon

Referee: Rashby Mc Phie

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Re: 2015/16 T&T Pro League Fixtures Thread.
« Reply #29 on: October 21, 2015, 07:24:02 AM »
I remember Anthony Parris as being a very stylish, tough tackling midfielder who was capable of making most passes...anybody know how he looking this season? NT chances?
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