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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #30 on: June 30, 2018, 03:26:40 PM »
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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #31 on: July 01, 2018, 02:59:03 PM »
No one cares, all that for a mostly amateur league  ???

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Matura take Super League lead
« Reply #32 on: July 03, 2018, 03:01:10 AM »
Matura take Super League lead
By Andrew Gioannetti (T&T)


A FIRST half strike from Isaiah Lee on Sunday saw Matura Reunited to a 1-0 win over UTT and three points clear in the TT Super League on a day when three matches were abandoned due to waterlogged pitches.

Lee’s goal in the 38th minute on Sunday was his fourth in as many matches, and one which saw the former Eastern Counties Football Union champions remain unbeaten in the 13-team standings.

Cunupia FC and QPCC both entered Match Day Four on seven points and level with Matura.

However, both teams were forced to abandon their matches due to heavy rainfall and unplayable grounds.

RSSR FC’s fixture with FC Santa Rosa was also abandoned. Santa Rosa led 1-0 through a Kheelon Mitchell goal in the 17th minute, before the fixture was cut short in the 57th minute. In QPCC’s clash with Prison Services, the “Parkites” were en route to another victory and joint top spot in the standings when the match at St Mary’s College Ground, St Clair, was called off in the 71st minute. National midfielder Sean de Silva had a brace and Devon Modeste scored one for a 3-0 lead.

At St James Barracks, the match between Police FC and Cunupia FC was called off at half time with the score at 0-0.

On Saturday, Guaya United, the defending league and knockout champions, finally got their first win of the season, and in style, when they dropped San Fernando Giants 5-0. Carlan Hughes scored a hat-trick, which included two goals in under a minute late in the match. Jody Allsop opened in the 16th minute before Leroy Jones made it 2-0 in the 63rd minute.

Club Sando, previously sitting bottom of the standings, also got its first points of the season with a 1-0 win over winless Petit Valley/Diego Martin United.

The remaining minutes of the abandoned matches will be played on August 30.
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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #33 on: July 10, 2018, 05:19:32 AM »
Matura ReUnited takes Super League lead.
By Walter Alibey (Guardian).


Almost halfway through the first round of the T&T Super League and new club Matura ReUnited has taken a two-point lead on the 14-team standings.

Its stroll to the top was cemented with a 2-1 win over Petit Valley Diego Martin United on Sunday at St Anthony’s College Ground in West Moorings. The team got an own goal which came in the ninth minute, followed by an insurance item in the 23rd minute from Irvin Reyes. The Diego Martin men pulled a goal back in the 84th minute but it did not prevent them from surrendering maximum points that put the Matura men on 13 points in five matches, that includes no losses.

Last year’s impressive Cunupia FC is second on 11 points in-spite of dropping two valuable points at the weekend in a 2-2 tie with defending champions Guaya United at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Arima.

Kevon Woodley, Cunupia’s leading scorer was again on target in the 55th minute after which Kevon Clarke, the club’s new signing from FC Santa Rosa, got the other in the 70th. The Central giants twice had to come from behind in the match, after Beville Joseph put the Guayaguayare men in front in the 29th minute and again in the 66th.

The University of T&T (UTT) moved to fourth behind QPCC from a 1-1 draw with Metal X Erin FC on Saturday at Its O’Meara Campus in Arima. But they were made to come from behind after Sylvester Teesdale opened the scoring for the Erin outfit in the 62nd minute, and held out until the second minute in time added-on when Janeke Danzelle got the equalised.

RESULTS

Friday

• FC Santa Rosa- 1 (Kishun Seecharan 71st) vs QPCC- 2 (Yohance Marshall 21st, 85th)
Saturday

• UTT- 1 (Janeke Danzelle 92nd) vs Metal X Erin FC- 1 (Sylvester Teesdale 62nd)

• San Fernando Giants- 0 vs RSSR- 0

Sunday

• Bethel United FC- 1 (Tee Jay Cadiz 43rd) vs Police FC- 1 (Jason Boodram 49th)

• Petit Valley Diego Martin Utd- 1 (Abbion Phillip 84th) vs Matura ReUnited- 2 (own goal 9th, Irvin Reyes 23)

• Cunupia FC- 2 (Kevon Woodley 55th, Keron Clarke 70th) vs Guaya United- 2 (Beville Joseph 29th, 66th)

• Prisons FC- 1 (Andre Mohammed) vs Club Sando FC- 1 (Stephon Jack 43rd)

STANDINGS

P W D L F A GD PTS
1. Matura ReUnited 5 4 1 0 11 7 4 13
2. Cunupia FC 5 3 2 0 12 4 8 11
3. QPCC 4 3 1 0 9 3 6 10
4. UTT 5 2 1 2 4 6 -2 7
5. Guaya United 5 1 3 1 8 6 2 6
6. FC Santa Rosa 4 2 0 2 6 4 2 6
7. Police FC 5 1 3 1 3 5 -2 6
8. RSSR 4 1 2 1 4 2 2 5
9. Metal X Erin FC 5 1 2 2 8 8 0 5
10. Prisons FC 4 0 4 0 3 3 0 4
11. Club Sando 5 1 1 3 3 6 -3 4
12. San F’do Giants 5 0 4 1 2 7 -5 4
13. Bethel United 5 0 3 2 4 9 -5 3
14. P.Valley/ 5 0 1 4 1 8 -7 1
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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #34 on: July 13, 2018, 12:48:17 AM »
Queen’s Park complete victory over Prisons.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Newsday).


QUEEN’S Park Cricket Club (QPCC) reclaimed a joint position at the helm of the 2018 TT Super League (TTSL) standings on Wednesday evening, after playing the remaining minutes of an abandoned match against Prisons earlier this month, and sealing a 3-1 win.

The Match Day Four fixture was abandoned on July 1 with only 19 minutes left in regulation time, at which point QPCC held a 3-0 lead.

The fixture resumed at the same venue on Wednesday with only one goal scored from Nathan Julien in the 87th minute.

In the earlier encounter which was called off due to an unplayable waterlogged pitch, Devon Modeste opened in the 26th minute, before Sean De Silva added a pair of goals – one in either half ­– to take his tally to a league-leading five goals since the start of the campaign.

With the result, QPCC and Matura Reunited go level once again on 13 points each, with the “Parkites” taking the slight advantage with a superior goal difference.

The result would also confirm Prisons’ first loss of the campaign with four draws in their other matches.

There was one other match abandoned on July 1. RSSR FC will meet FC Santa Rosa at St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, next Wednesday, from 5.30 pm.

Action resumed last evening with a RSSR meeting Cunupia FC, a team also flirting with the top of the standings. While RSSR have had an indifferent start to the campaign, Cunupia were also seeking a return to the top, and would have done so with a victory. The match concluded after press time.

The remaining Match Day Six fixtures will be played on Saturday.

Fixtures:

Saturday

Club Sando v FC Santa Rosa, Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular Road, 6 pm

Prison Service v Matura Reunited FC, YTC Arouca, 3.30 pm

Guaya United v Bethel United, Guaya Recreation Ground, 5 pm

Metal X Erin FC v Police FC, Erin Recreation Ground, 6 pm

UTT v Petit Valley/Diego Martin United, UTT Ground, O’Meara, 7 pm

QPCC v San Fernando Giants, St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, 4 pm

Wednesday

RSSR FC v FC Santa Rosa, St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, 5.30 pm.

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #35 on: July 16, 2018, 04:22:00 AM »
QPCC whips Giants to open lead.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Four different players were on target as Queen’s Park Cricket Club whipped San Fernando Giants 4-2 to open a two points lead at the top of the T&T Super League standings on Saturday.

Starting the day as joint leaders with Matura ReUnited, the Parkites took the lead as early as the third minute through Keston George at St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, St Clair.

However, Tristan Khan drew the visitors level in the 14th minute only for Glen Walker and Elton John to score in the 30th and 34th minute to give the Parkites a 3-1 advantage at the half-time interval.

Sean De Silva then made it 4-1 in the 74th minute with his sixth strike of the campaign to put the result beyond doubt, before Andrei Pacheco netted a late second item for Giants, in the 84th.

With the win, the Parkites remained one of two unbeaten teams this season, and improved to 16 points after six matches, two more than Cunupia FC, the other unbeaten team, which swept past RSSR FC 3-1 on Thursday led by a hat-trick from Kevon Woodley, the top scorer to date with seven goals.

Up at the Youth Training Centre, Arouca, Matura ReUnited failed to keep pace at the top after it was beaten 2-1 by host Prison Service FC.

Nathan Julien and Ricardo Alleyne scored in the tenth and 58th minute respectively for Prison Service before Brendan Figuera got a 91st-minute consolation for Matura.

Elsewhere, defending champions Guaya United blanked cellar- placed Bethel United 3-0 to move into a three-way tie with FC Santa Rosa and Police FC for the fourth spot, but ahead on goal-difference.

T&T SUPER LEAGUE RESULTS

THURSDAY, JULY 12:

Cunupia FC 3 (Kevon Woodley 22nd, 26th, 48th) vs RSSR FC 1 (Kerron Cordner 58th)

SATURDAY, JULY 14

FC Santa Rosa 3 (Kevon Cornwall 4th, Noel Williams 11th, Kishun Seecharan 85th) vs Club Sando Cultural United 1 (Christon Freitas 77th)

Prison Service FC 2 (Nathan Julien 10th, Ricardo Alleyne 58th) vs Matura ReUnited 1 (Brendon Figuera 91st)

Guaya United 3 (Akiel Paul 22nd, Garvin Samaroo 52nd, Carlon Hughes 78th) vs Bethel United 0

Police FC 2 (Jason Boodram 35th, 39th) vs Metal X Erin FC 1 (Keyon Alexander 10th) UTT 2 (Kevaughn Connell 52nd, Cyrano Glen 78th) vs Petit Valley/ Diego Martin 2 (Anthony Joseph 2nd, Calvi Grazette 81st)

QPCC 4 (Keston George 3rd, Glen Walker 30th, Elton John 34th, Sean De Silva 79th) vs San Fernando Giants 2 (Tristan Khan 14th, Andrei Pacheco 84th)

STANDINGS

TEAMS P W D L A PTS
1. QPCC 6 5 1 0 16 6 16
2. Cunupia FC 6 4 2 0 15 5 14
3. Matura ReUnited 6 4 1 1 12 9 13
4. Guaya Utd 6 2 3 1 11 6 9
5. FC Santa Rosa 5 3 0 2 9 5 9
6. Police FC 6 2 3 1 5 6 9
7. UTT 6 2 2 2 6 8 8
8. Prisons Service 6 1 4 1 6 7 7
9. RSSR FC 5 1 2 2 5 5 5
10. Erin FC 6 1 2 3 9 10 5
11. Club Sando Cultural 6 1 1 4 4 9 4
12. San F’do Giants 6 0 4 2 4 11 4
13. Bethel Utd 6 0 3 3 4 12 3
14. P.V.D.M Utd 6 0 2 4 3 10 2

UPCOMING MATCHES

RESTARTED MATCH

Wednesday, July 18

RSSR FC vs FC Santa Rosa, St Mary’s College Grd, Serpentine Road, St Clair, 5.30pm

SATURDAY, JULY 21

Club Sando Cultural Roots Utd vs San F’do Giants, Dibe Rec. Ground, Long Circular, St James, 6pm
Matura ReUnited vs FC Santa Rosa, TBC
UTT vs Prison Service FC, UTT Ground, O’Meara Road Campus, 7pm
Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd vs Erin FC, St Anthony’s College Ground, Westmoorings, 4pm

SUNDAY, JULY 22

Guaya United vs Police FC, Guaya Recreation Ground, 4pm
RSSR FC vs Bethel United, TBC
QPCC vs Cunupia FC, , St Mary’s College Grd, Serpentine Road, St Clair, 4 pm

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #36 on: July 23, 2018, 04:23:59 AM »
Stewart doubles up in Santa Rosa win.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Former national youth player, Ryan Stewart bagged a double to lead FC Santa Rosa to a comfortable 5-0 mauling of Matura ReUnited in the T&T Super League on Saturday.

Kevon Cornwall opened the scoring for FC Santa Rosa as early as the ninth minute at the Guaya Recreation Ground while Stewart, formerly of Guaya United, netted his first in the 24th for a 2-0 lead at the half time interval.

Two minutes after the restart, Kheelon Mitchell made it 3-0 before Stewart completed his double in the 56th followed by a 92nd-minute strike from Giovanni Abraham to complete the one-sided contest to climb to the fourth spot with 12 points from seven matches, four adrift of leaders Queen’s Park Cricket Club who were in action yesterday.

Up at the University of T&T Ground, O’Meara Road, Arima, Andre Mohammed netted two quick second-half items to earn visitors, Prison Service a 3-2 triumph over UTT.

In-form Nathan Julien handed Prison Service a 1-0 lead at the half thanks to his 40th-minute strike. However, two minutes into the second-half, national futsal player Cyrano Glenn drew UTT level, only for Mohammed to hammer home goals in the 61st and 63rd minute to give his team a 3-1 cushion.

With five minutes left, Shaquille Nesbitt converted a penalty for UTT, but Prison managed to hold on for the valuable three points to move to fifth with ten.

In the two other matches played yesterday, Club Sando Cultural Roots United and San Fernando Giants battled to a 1-1 draw at Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular while Petit Valley Diego Martin and Metal X Erin FC ended goalless at St Anthony’s College Ground, Morne Coco Road, Westmoorings.

Results

SATURDAY

Club Sando 1 (Jamal Burke 45th) vs San Fernando Giants 1 (Keston Grant 45th)

FC Santa Rosa 5 (Ryan Stewart 24th, 56th, Kevon Cornwall 9th, Kheelon Mitchell 47th, Giovanni Abraham 92nd) vs Matura ReUnited 0

Prison Service 3 (Andre Mohammed 61st, 63rd, Nathan Julien 40th) vs UTT 2 (Cyrano Glenn 47th, Shaquille Nesbitt 85th pen)

Petit Valley Diego Martin Utd 0 vs Erin FC 0

CURRENT T&T SUPER LEAGUE STANDINGS

TEAMS...........................P...W...D....L...GF...GA PTS
1. QPCC.................................6..... 5.... 1.... 0.....16.... 6....16
2. Cunupia FC......................6..... 4.... 2.... 0.....15.... 5....14
3. Matura ReUnited...........7..... 4.... 1.... 2.....12... 14...13
4. FC Santa Rosa.................7..... 4.... 0.... 3.....15.... 7....12
5. Prisons Service...............7..... 2.... 4.... 1...... 9...... 9....10
6. Guaya Utd.......................6..... 2.... 3.... 1.....11.... 6......9
7. Police FC..........................6..... 2.... 3.... 1...... 5...... 6......9
8. UTT....................................7..... 2.... 2.... 3...... 8..... 11.....8
9. RSSR FC............................6..... 2.... 2.... 2...... 7...... 6......8
10. Erin FC............................7..... 1.... 3.... 3...... 9..... 10.....6
11. Club Sando Cultural...7..... 1.... 2.... 4...... 5..... 10.....5
12. San F’do Giants............7..... 0.... 5.... 2...... 5..... 12.....5
13. Bethel Utd.....................6..... 0.... 3.... 3...... 4..... 12.....3
14. P.V.D.M Utd....................7..... 0.... 3.... 4...... 3..... 10.....3

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Queen’s Park extend Super League lead.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Newsday).


QUEEN’S Park extended their lead at the top of the 2018 TT Super League standings by five points yesterday after a scrappy 2-1 win over fellow title contenders Cunupia FC, at St Mary’s College Grounds, St Clair.

The top-of-the-table clash saw the two teams maintain their positions, while FC Santa Rosa made up considerable ground in fourth place with a shock 5-0 win over Matura Reunited on Saturday.

Keston George scored QP’s winner in the 61st minute, just moments after Kevaughn John netted their equaliser against the run of play.

Queen’s Park looked lethargic and failed to test Cunupia’s shot-stopper in the first half.

Cunupia meanwhile were unlucky not to take a point from the match as attackers Kevon Woodley, Michael Darko and company had QPCC on the back foot for extended spells.

Queen’s Park struggled in midfield without Sean De Silva, their leading scorer, and Elton John.

The home team took several speculative shots in the first half, while Cunupia looked more cohesive and organised. The second half began with more energy and coach Shawn Cooper’s Queen’s Park finally came close to scoring an opener in the 47th minute when Kern Gardiner made a burst of speed on the right flank and put in an pinpoint cross to George, who patiently controlled the ball and took a clean shot only to be denied by Cunupia goalkeeper Keston Aberdeen.

The match sprung into life but with Cunupia taking first blood in the 56th though Keron Clarke, who only just came off the bench. The “super sub” as the fans called out to him, received a cross from the right which was dummied by two players before he rifled into the left corner with precision.

That lead lasted all of two minutes. Queen’s Park were awarded a free kick in their half, taken by substitute Trevon Mitchell, whose lofted ball connected with Yohance Marshall’s head and back into the path of John right in front of the goal.

After desperate attempts at crawling back into the game, Cunupia were unable to take anything away and Marshall’s defence stood firm.

Cunupia were left delayed while QPCC would celebrate a win, by any means, to take the club closer to the Championship crown.

Reigning champions Guaya, which started the season poorly, continued their upward momentum with a 3-1 win over Police Service.

In the other match, Densyl James scored a massive equaliser in time added on to complete his hat-trick for RSSR FC in a 3-3 draw against winless Bethel United of Tobago. League action will continue on match day eight on Saturday.

Results

Saturday

Club Sando 1 (Jamal Burke 45th+4) v San Fernando Giants 1 (Keston Grant 45th+1)

Matura Reunited 0 v FC Santa Rosa 5 (Kevon Cornwall 9th, Ryan Stewart 24th, 56th, Kheelon Mitchell 47th, Giovanni Abraham 90th+2)

UTT 2 (Cyrano Glen 47th, Shaquille Nesbitt 85th pen) v Police Service FC 3 (Nathan Julien 40th, Andre Mohammed 61st, 63rd)

Petit Valley/Diego Martin United 0 v Metal X Erin FC 0

Yesterday

Guaya United 3 (Justin Fournillier 7th, own goal 87th, Leroy Jones 90th+3) v Police FC 1 (Jason Boodram 24th)

RSSR 3 (Jevon Vincent 10th, Hakim Gulston 31st, Nathan Cadore 52nd) v Bethel United 3 (Densyl James 25th, 57th, 90th+3)

QPCC 2 (Kevaughn John 58th, Keston George 61st) v Cunupia 1 (Keron Clarke 56th)

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #37 on: July 24, 2018, 03:19:47 AM »
Parkites edge Cunupia FC to extend lead.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Kevaughn John and Keston George netted three minutes apart in the second half to lead Queen’s Park Cricket Club to a come-from-behind 2-1 defeat of Cunupia FC in their top-of-the-table T&T Super League clash on Sunday.

The Parkites went into the encounter against their fellow unbeaten opponents with a two points lead at the top of the 14- team table at St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, St Clair and were eager to get a win to solidify their spot at the table top.

However, after 45 minutes both teams were still locked together at 0-0.

Eleven minutes into the second- half, Keron Clarke broke the deadlock for Cunupia, but within two minutes John got the Parkites back on level terms, and three minutes later, George got the eventual match-winner.

The win lifted the unbeaten Parkites to 19 points from seven matches, five more than Cunupia FC while Matura ReUnited is third with 13 points followed by FC Santa Rosa and defending champions Guaya United.

Playing at home in another match on Sunday, Guaya left it late to earn a 3-1 win over Police.

Justin Fournellier opened the scoring for the host at the Guaya Recreation Ground, only for the talisman, Jason Boodram to reply for the Lawmen in the 24th.

The match looked headed for a draw until Police conceded an own goal in the 87th, while Leroy Jones added, a third item for the hosts, three minutes into time added on.

However, the match of the day took place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, where RSSR FC and Bethel United battled to a 3-3 draw, with Densyl James scoring a hat-trick for the latter.

CURRENT T&T SUPER LEAGUE STANDINGS

Teams P W D L F A Pts
1. QPCC 7 6 1 0 18 7 19
2. Cunupia FC 7 4 2 1 16 7 14
3. Matura ReUnited 7 4 1 2 12 14 13
4. FC Santa Rosa 7 4 0 3 15 7 12
5. Guaya Utd 7 3 3 1 14 7 12
6. Prisons Service 7 2 4 1 9 9 10
7. RSSR FC 7 2 3 2 10 9 9
8. Police FC 7 2 3 2 6 9 9
9. UTT 7 2 2 3 8 11 8
10. Erin FC 7 1 3 3 9 10 6
11. Club Sando Cultural 7 1 2 4 5 10 5
12. San F’do Giants 7 0 5 2 5 12 5
13. Bethel Utd 7 0 4 3 7 15 4
14. P.V.D.M Utd 7 0 3 4 3 10 3

SUNDAY’S RESULTS

Guaya United 3 (Justin Fournellier 7th, own goal 87th, Leroy Jones 93rd) vs Police FC 1 (Jason Boodram 24th)

RSSR FC 3 (Jovon Vincent 10th, Hakim Gulston 31st, Nathan Cadore 52nd) vs Bethel United 3 (Densyl James 25th, 57th, 93rd)

QPCC 2 (Kevaughn John 58th, Keston George 61st) vs Cunupia FC 1 (Keron Clarke 56th)

ON SATURDAY

Club Sando 1 (Jamal Burke 45th) vs San Fernando Giants 1 (Keston Grant 45th)

FC Santa Rosa 5 (Ryan Stewart 24th, 56th, Kevon Cornwall 9th, Kheelon Mitchell 47th, Giovanni Abraham 92nd) vs Matura ReUnited 0

Prison Service 3 (Andre Mohammed 61st, 63rd, Nathan Julien 40th) vs UTT 2 (Cyrano Glenn 47th, Shaquille Nesbitt 85th pen)

Petit Valley Diego Martin Utd 0 vs Erin FC 0

UPCOMING FIXTURES

On Saturday

Erin FC vs Guaya United, Erin Rec. Ground, 6pm
UTT vs FC Santa Rosa, UTT O’Meara Road, Campus, 7pm
San Fernando Giants vs Matura ReUnited, St Margaret’s Rec. Ground, 4pm
Cunupia FC vs Club Sando Cultural Roots Utd, Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar, 4pm

On Sunday

Prison Service vs Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd, YTC Ground, Arouca, 3.30pm
Police FC vs RSSR FC, St James Police Barracks, 4pm
Bethel United vs QPCC, Mt Gomery Rec. Ground, 6pm

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #38 on: July 30, 2018, 06:56:07 PM »
WATCH: Highlights of Prisons FC 3-2 win over Petit Valley/Diego Martin United.

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #39 on: July 31, 2018, 04:00:07 AM »
Queen’s Park held 2-2 by Bethel United.
By Stephon Nickolas (Newsday).


Cunupia FC stay within reach as…

AN own goal in the last minute of regulation time saw TT Super League leaders Queen’s Park Cricket Club (QPCC) salvage a 2-2 draw against Bethel United in Tobago, Sunday.

The “Parkites”, still without their leading scorer Sean de Silva who is on a trial abroad, earned the point after pulling two goals back from a 2-0 half-time deficit.

Bethel looked to be headed toward their first win of the season against an unbeaten QPCC, after attacker Tee Jay Cadiz scored a quick-fire double in the third and 18th minutes.

QPCC, still atop the 14-team standings by three points, pulled one back via Trevon Mitchell in the 73rd before Bethel’s Ken Alleyne put the ball into his own net in the 89th minute.

The result benefited second-placed Cunupia FC who made up ground after last weekend’s 2-1 loss to Queen’s Park.

Cunupia’s dynamic forward Kevon Woodley scored a brace on Saturday against Club Sando to see his side to a 2-0 win.

League action will restart with match-day nine tomorrow featuring Petit Valley/Diego Martin United against FC Santa Rosa at St Anthony’s College Ground at 4pm. All remaining matches will be played on Thursday.

Fixtures:

Tomorrow – Petit Valley/Diego Martin United v FC Santa Rosa, St Anthony’s College, 4pm.

Thursday – RSSR FC v Guaya United FC; QPCC v Police FC, St Mary’s College Grounds, 4 pm; UTT v San Fernando Giants, UTT Ground, 7 pm; Club Sando v Bethel United, Dibe Ground, 5 pm; Matura Reunited v Cunupia FC, Valencia Secondary Ground, 4 pm.

Results:

Saturday –

Metal X Erin FC v Guaya United 1 (Carlin Hughes 35th).

UTT 1 (Shaquille Smith 74th)v FC Santa Rosa 4 (Giovanni Abraham 3rd, Kheelon Mitchell 40th, Noel Williams 55th, Kevon Cornwall 75th).

Cunupia FC (Kevon Woodley 37th, 45th) v Club Sando 0.

Sunday –

Prison Service FC 3 (Nathan Julien 14th, 17th, Ricardo Alleyne 89th) v Diego Martin Petit Valley United 2 (own goal 11th, Kazim Donald 39th).

Bethel United 2 (Tee Jay Cadiz 3rd, 18th) v QPCC 2 (Terevon Mitchell 73rd, own goal 89th).

Police FC 3 (Jason Boodram 8th, 59th, Kaaron Forster 68th) v RSSR FC 0.

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #40 on: August 01, 2018, 12:39:56 AM »
Santa Rosa wary of winless Petit Valley/Diego.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Newsday).


DESPITE a disappointing start to the season, Petit Valley/Diego Martin United coach Dale Tavares said his team intends to throw the “kitchen sink” at FC Santa Rosa when they meet today in TT Super League midweek action.

An in-form FC Santa Rosa, now fourth after five wins and three losses, will travel to St Anthony’s College Ground, Westmoorings, for a 4pm clash. All other matches this round will be played tomorrow.

Petit Valley/Diego are confident they can turn their season around and give their communities something to cheer for.

Today, being Emancipation Day, the club has invited families to watch the action with the promise of free ice cream courtesy Creamery Novelties and Blue Bunny Ice Cream.

Winless after eight matches, Tavares acknowledged their fans are disappointed with the results, but said the players – most of whom are home-grown – are “learning, working hard and would be throwing everything, even the proverbial kitchen sink to get points and find a winning formula.”

Tavares said the unavailability of the Northern Recreation Ground to train has hampered their preparation.

According to Tavares: “It’s been a tough ride as an unsponsored club, but more so feeling the effects of not having a full sized field for regular training.”

His opposite number, Derek King, is not taking things for granted despite Petit Valley/Diego Martin’s abysmal record so far.

“Don’t mind Petit Valley haven’t won a game, some reports that we get and from seeing them play, they have a lot of fight and they are a talented bunch,” said the former national defender and coach, who took charge of the “Big Cannons” in April.

“In some of the games, they were unlucky not to get a result. But, they’re playing at home and football is won on the day. As I told my players, take nothing for granted; you have to go out and do your role and function in the individual battles, and when you get your chance, score the goals.

“We are not taking Petit Valley lightly because it wasn’t one of (our) best starts. This is my first year working with the guys. We brought in a couple of young players and I think they now more or less adapting to the style of play; so I think it’s important that tomorrow we don’t take Petit Valley for granted.”

King and FC Santa Rosa are coming off their third straight victory – a 4-1 win over UTT on Saturday. They have built momentum after an ordinary start to the season and are keen on bettering their second place finish last year.

“It’s important we get our points now especially in our away games. We have won plenty away games, and when we analysed, we compete with the top teams in the league and then lost some against the lower teams. But I think it’s important that we’re five points from the leaders (Queen’s Park) and once we get the results, we have the teams to play, we have plenty more games, we can get those points and win it (league).”

Super League fixtures:

Today –

Petit Valley/Diego Martin United v FC Santa Rosa, St Anthony’s College Ground, 4 pm

Tomorrow –

RSSR FC v Guaya United, Hasely Crawford Stadium, 7pm

Prison Service v Metal X Erin FC, YTC Ground, Arouca, 3.30 pm

QPCC FC v Police FC, St Mary’s College Ground, 4 pm

Matura Reunited FC v Cunupia FC, Valencia Secondary Ground, 4 pm

Club Sando v Bethel United, Dibe Ground, Long Circular Road, 5 pm

UTT v San Fernando Giants, UTT Ground, O’Meara, 7 pm

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #41 on: August 01, 2018, 03:52:54 AM »
No one cares, all that for a mostly amateur league  ???

Modern teams scout using this type of data, it's pretty important for the players and clubs involved. If a 16/17 year old is playing week-in-week-out for a Super League club they might attract attention. Moreover, it's a type of proof that a player has been playing - in leagues with no data players are less likely to get the benefit of the doubt.

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #42 on: August 01, 2018, 10:55:15 AM »
I read that Sean DeSilva went on an overseas tryout. Anyone knows to which country?

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #43 on: August 03, 2018, 12:47:13 AM »
FC Santa Rosa climbs to second.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Four different players were on target to lead FC Santa Rosa to a come-from-behind win against Petit Valley/Diego Martin United 4-1 in the lone T&T Super League round nine fixture on Wednesday.

Playing at home at St Anthony’s College Ground, Westmoorings, Petit Valley/Diego Martin took a fourth-minute lead through Kazim Daniel.

However, four minutes later, Ryan Stewart got the visiting FC Santa Rosa on level terms before Kheelon Mitchell fired his team into a 2-1 lead, two minutes later.

Alfie James then extended the lead FC Santa Rosa’s advantage in the 29th minute before Noel Williams completed the turn-around in the 74th.

The win lifted FC Santa Rosa to 18 points from nine matches, one behind Queen’s Park Cricket Club while Cunupia FC, Matura ReUnited and defending champions Guaya United are third, fourth and fifth respectively with 17, 16 and 15 points.

Round nine matches continued last night at various venues while around ten matches come off on Saturday and Sunday.

WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

n FC Santa Rosa 4 (Ryan Stewart 9th, Kheelon Mitchell 11th, Alfie James 29th, Noel Williams 74th) vs Petit Valley/Diego Martin 1 (Kazim Donald 4th)

Tomorrow’s Matches

n Guaya United vs QPCC, Guaya Rec. Ground, Guaya, 5 pm
n San Fernando Giants vs Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd, 4 pm

On Sunday

n Prison Service vs FC Santa Rosa, YTC Ground, Arouca, 3.30 pm
n Police FC vs Club Sando Cultural Roots Utd, St James Police Barracks, St James, 4 pm
n Cunupia FC vs UTT, Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar, 4 pm
n Bethel Utd vs Matura ReUnited, Mt Gomery Rec. Ground, 6 pm
n Erin FC vs RSSR Utd, Erin Rec. Ground, 6pm

Latest T&T Super League Standings

Teams P W D L GF GA Pts
1. QPCC 8 6 2 0 20 9 20
2. FC Santa Rosa 9 6 0 3 23 9 18
3. Cunupia FC 8 5 2 1 18 7 17
4. Matura ReUnited 8 5 1 2 14 14 16
5. Guaya Utd 8 4 3 1 15 7 15
6. Prisons Service 8 3 4 1 12 11 13
7. Police FC 8 3 3 2 9 9 12
8. RSSR FC 8 2 3 3 10 12 9
9. UTT 8 2 2 4 9 15 8
10. Erin FC 8 1 3 4 9 11 6
11. Club Sando Cultural 8 1 2 5 5 12 5
12. Bethel Utd 8 0 5 3 9 17 5
13. San F’do Giants 8 0 5 3 5 14 5
14. P.V.D.M Utd 9 0 3 6 6 17 3

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #44 on: August 05, 2018, 12:46:19 AM »
Parkites, Police share spoils at St Clair.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Queen’s Park Cricket Club lead at the top of the T&T Super League standings is down to three points, after a second straight drawn result on Thursday.

Coming off a 2-2 away draw with lowly Bethel United, the Parkites were hoping to return to winning ways against neighbours Police FC at St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, St Clair.

However, both teams failed to trouble the scoresheet in the first half in a tightly contested encounter.

The Parkites then took the lead in the 65th minute through Kevaughn John, but 12 minutes later Dwayne Salazar equalised for Police to earn a share of the points.

With its second drawn result in as many matches, the Parkites now lead the 14-team table with 21 points from nine matches, three ahead of FC Santa Rosa and Cunupia FC while Matura ReUnited and defending champions Guaya United are next with 17 and 16 points respectively.

FC Santa Rosa had a 4-1 win over Petit Valley Diego Martin United on Wednesday, while Cunupia FC and Matura ReUnited fought out an entertaining 3-3 draw in another key fixture on Thursday at Valencia Secondary School Ground.

Cunupia FC would feel hard done by the eventual outcome as they led 2-0 thanks to strikes from Michael Darko in the 21st minute, and Kevon Woodley with his league-leading tenth of the season, in the 49th.

However, Matura ReUnited then turned the match upside down with three goals without reply courtesy Isaiah Lee in the 52nd, Stevon Stoute, seven minutes later and Kerin Vincent, four minutes from the end of regulation time.

But it was not to be for Matura ReUnited as Darko fired in the equaliser for Cunupia, three minutes into time added on to cap off a pulsating encounter.

In other matches, Guaya United needed a Beville Joseph 57th minute goal to cancel out Ishmael Sawyer’s 15th minute opener for RSSR FC at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo; University of T&T (UTT) whipped San Fernando Giants 4-2 led by a double from Tristan Perrotte at UTT Campus, O’Meara Road, and Club Sando Cultural Roots United edged Bethel United 2-1 thanks to a Kearn Noel 85th minute winner at Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular, St James.

The match between Prison Service FC and Erin FC scheduled for YTC Ground, Arouca was rained out.

T&T Super League results:

Wednesday:

n FC Santa Rosa 4 (Ryan Stewart 9th, Kheelon Mitchell 11th, Alfie James 29th, Noel Williams 74th) vs Petit Valley/Diego Martin 1 (Kazim Donald 4th)

Thursday:

n RSSR FC 1 (Ishmael Sawyer 15th) vs Guaya United 1 (Beville Joseph 57th)

QPCC 1 (Kevaughn John 65th) vs Police FC 1 (Dwayne Salazar 77th)

n UTT 4 (Tristan Perotte 3rd, 66th, Michael Holder 58th, Shaquille Nesbitt 62nd) vs San Fernando Giants 2 (Tristan Khan 5th, 56th)

n Club Sando Cultural Roots 2 (Keeron Benito 22nd, Kearn Noel 85th) vs Bethel United 1 (Akellon Murphy 11th pen)

n Matura ReUnited 3 (Isaiah Lee 52nd, Stevon Stoute 59th, Kern Vincent 86th) vs Cunupia 3 (Michael Darko 21st, 93rd, Kevon Woodley 49th)

n Prison Service FC vs Erin FC – did not play due to water-logged field

Current T&T Super League standings:

Teams P W D L F A Pts
QPCC 9 6 3 0 21 10 21
FC Santa Rosa 9 6 0 3 23 9 18
Cunupia FC 9 5 3 1 21 10 18
Matura ReUnited 9 5 2 2 17 17 17
Guaya Utd 9 4 4 1 16 8 16
Prisons Service 8 3 4 1 12 11 13
Police FC 9 3 4 2 10 10 13
UTT 9 3 2 4 13 17 11
RSSR FC 9 2 4 3 11 13 10
Club Sando Cultural 9 2 2 5 7 13 8
Erin FC 8 1 3 4 9 11 6
Bethel Utd 9 0 5 4 10 19 5
San F’do Giants 9 0 5 4 7 18 5
PVDM Utd 9 0 3 6 6 17 3

Upcoming matches:

Today:

n Guaya United vs QPCC, Guaya Rec. Ground, Guaya, 5 pm
n San Fernando Giants vs Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd, 4 pm

Tomorrow:

n Prison Service vs FC Santa Rosa, YTC Ground, Arouca, 3.30 pm
n Police FC vs Club Sando Cultural Roots Utd, St James Police Barracks, St James, 4 pm
n Cunupia FC vs UTT, Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar, 4 pm
n Bethel Utd vs Matura ReUnited, Mt Gomery Rec. Ground, 6 pm
n Erin FC vs RSSR Utd, Erin Rec. Ground, 6pm

RELATED NEWS

Guaya hands Parkites first loss.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Shaquille Ferrier and Keston Jordan were both on target to lead defending champions Guaya United to a 2-1 triumph over table leaders Queen’s Park Cricket Club in the T&T Super League on Saturday.

Ferrier sent the home supporters at the Guaya Recreation Ground into a frenzy when he fired in the opener in the 21st minute, which his team took into the half-time interval.

Jordan then doubled the advantage in the 71st minute before Benedict Barrett netted for the Parkites in the 85th minute to give his team hope of earning a share of the points.

However, it was not to be as the defending champions held on for the win, inflicting a first defeat on the Parkites in the process.

Despite the defeat, QPCC still remained top of the table with 21 points from ten matches, two ahead of Guaya United, while FC Santa Rosa and Cunupia FC are a further point behind, with the latter of having a match in hand.

Also on Saturday, Petit Valley/Diego Martin United got its first win of the season, 3-1 over San Fernando Giants with a goal each from Raychard Alleyne, Eric Charles and Seker Mural.

Andrei Pacheco got the lone reply for Giants who slipped to the bottom of the table.

Results

Guaya United 2 (Shaquille Ferrier 21st, Keston Jordan 71st) vs QPCC 1 (Benedict Barrett 85th)

Petit Valley/Diego Martin 3 (Raychard Alleyne 6th, Eric Charles 26th, Seker Mural 45th) vs San Fernando Giants 1 (Andrei Pacheco 37th)

Standings

Teams P W D L GA GF Pts
1. QPCC 10 6 3 1 22 12 21
2. Guaya Utd 10 5 4 1 18 9 19
3. FC Santa Rosa 9 6 0 3 23 9 18
4. Cunupia FC 9 5 3 1 21 10 18
5. Matura ReUnited 9 5 2 2 17 17 17
6. Prisons Service 8 3 4 1 12 11 13
7. Police FC 9 3 4 2 10 10 13
8. UTT 9 3 2 4 13 17 11
9. RSSR FC 9 2 4 3 11 13 10
10. Club Sando Cultural 9 2 2 5 7 13 8
11. Erin FC 8 1 3 4 9 11 6
12. P.V.D.M Utd 10 1 3 6 9 18 6
13. Bethel Utd 9 0 5 4 10 19 5
14. San F’do Giants 10 0 5 5 8 21 5

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #45 on: August 06, 2018, 12:47:49 AM »
FC Santa Rosa take Super League lead.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Newsday).


THE TT Super League saw an interested turn of events last evening as FC Santa Rosa became the new leaders following a 2-0 away win over Prison Service, at the Youth Training Centre (YTC) Ground, Arouca.

Now on five straight wins, FC Santa Rosa, led by former national men’s team assistant coach Derek King, took advantage of previous leaders’ Queen’s Park latest dropped points.

On Saturday, the “Parkites” suffered their first loss of the season, 2-1, to reigning champions Guaya United. They would move into third spot, with Cunupia FC also overtaking them with a 2-0 win over UTT.

For the new leaders, Kheelon Mitchell bagged his sixth goal of the season in the 61st minute to seal FC Santa Rosa’s win, following the 40th minute opener, a penalty from veteran midfielder Ryan Stewart.

After a slightly slow start to the season, FC Santa Rosa signalled their ambitions with several convincing wins, the last five of which were in away fixtures. During the run, they scored three or more goals in each match.

Their impressive run coincided with a bleak period for the Parkites and Matura ReUnited, both of whom, enjoyed strong starts to the season.

The “Parkites”, who led the standings for most of the campaign recently stumbled with a series of draws, and finally the loss on Saturday, which also allowed Cunupia FC to overtake them.

RESULTS -

Saturday -

GUAYA UNITED 2 (Shaquille Ferrier 21st; Keston Jordan 71st) vs QUEEN’S PARK 1 (Benedict Barrett 85th)

SAN FERNANDO GIANTS 1 (Andei Pacheco 37th) vs PETIT VALLEY/DIEGO MARTIN UNITED 3 (Raychard Alleyne 6th; Eric Charles 26th; Seker Murai 45th)

Sunday -

FC SANTA ROSA 2 (Ryan Stewart 40th; Kheelon Mitchell 61st) vs PRISON SERVICE 0

POLICE FC 3 (Jason Boodram 34th; Dwight Elliott 52nd; Colin Williams 54th) vs CLUB SANDO 0

CUNUPIA FC 2 (Kemron George 40th; Kerri McDonald 90th) vs UTT 0

BETHEL UNITED 4 (Akeilon Murphy 13th, 28th pen, 47th; Ken Alleyne 20th) vs MATURA REUNITED 0

METAL X ERIN FC 1 (Akiel Pope 47th) vs RSSR FC 2 (Hakim Gulston 50th; Corey Isaac 76th)

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #46 on: August 07, 2018, 07:05:43 PM »
Football reporting in TT is real kicks, oui.


TTSL: Limp Dick fails to save Parkites, as Guaya edge QPCC to ignite title chase

https://wired868.com/2018/08/05/ttsl-limp-dick-fails-to-save-parkites-as-guaya-edge-qpcc-to-ignite-title-chase/



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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #47 on: August 10, 2018, 12:46:55 AM »
Seecharan fires FC Santa Rosa out front.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Former national youth player, Kishun Seecharan, scored a pair of second-half goals to seal FC Santa Rosa’s 4-1 defeat of Metal X Erin FC, and with it move to the top of the T&T Super League on Wednesday night.

Starting the night in a three-way tie at the top of the 14-team table with Cunupia FC and Queen’s Park Cricket Club, all with 21 points, Santa Rosa went into the half-time interval 1-0 ahead thanks to Akeem

Garcia’s 28th-minute strike at the Arima Municipal Stadium.

Five minutes into the second-half, Kheelon Mitchell made it 2-0 with his team-leading seventh goal of the season.

However, Erin FC, third from bottom on the table did not throw in the towel and in the 70th minute got a goal back through Akinola Williams.

Any thoughts of the visitors stealing a share of the points in Arima soon faded after Seecharan restored Santa Rosa’s two-goal cushion with his team’s third on the night in the 76th minute before he sealed all three points, with his second of the match, four minutes from the final whistle.

Victory lifted FC Santa Rosa, coached by Derek King, who led North East Stars to the T&T Pro League crown last year, to 24 points from 11 matches, three ahead of Cunupia FC and the ‘Parkites’ who will both have chances to regain the share of the lead on Sunday, while matches resume tomorrow.

On Sunday, QPCC will entertain RSSR FC at St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, St Clair from 4 pm while Petit Valley/Diego Martin United welcomes Cunupia FC to St Anthony’s College Ground, Westmoorings, also from 4 pm.

Tomorrow in the lone match which can have a bearing on the top four, defending champions, Guaya United with 19 points will have a chance to go second with victory over Club Sando Cultural Roots United at Dibe Recreation, Ground, Long Circular, St James in a 6 pm kickoff.

RESULTS

• FC Santa Rosa 4 (Kishun Seecharan 76th, 86th, Akeem Garcia 28th, Kheelon Mitchell 50th) vs Erin FC 1 (Akinola Williams 70th)

TOMORROW’S MATCHES

• Club Sando Cultural Roots vs Guaya United, Dibe Rec. Ground, Long Circular, 6 pm
• Matura ReUnited vs Police FC, Valencia Sec. School Ground, 4 pm
• UTT vs Bethel United, UTT O’Meara Campus, 7 pm
• Prison Service vs San Fernando Giants, YTC Ground, Arouca, 3.30 pm

ON SUNDAY

• QPCC vs RSSR, St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, St Clair, 4 pm
• Petit Valley/Diego Martin United vs Cunupia FC, St Anthony’s College Ground, Westmoorings, 4 pm

STANDINGS

Teams P W D L GF GA Pts
1. FC Santa Rosa 11 8 0 3 29 10 24
2. Cunupia FC 10 6 3 1 23 10 21
3. QPCC 10 6 3 1 22 12 21
4. Guaya Utd 10 5 4 1 18 9 19
5. Matura ReUnited 10 5 2 3 20 21 17
6. Police FC 10 4 4 2 13 10 16
7. RSSR FC 10 3 4 3 13 14 13
8. Prisons Service 9 3 4 2 12 13 13
9. UTT 10 3 2 5 13 19 11
10. Bethel Utd 10 1 5 4 14 22 8
11. Club Sando Cultural 10 2 2 6 7 16 8
12. Erin FC 10 1 3 6 11 17 6
13. P.V.D.M Utd 10 1 3 6 9 18 6
14. San F’do Giants 10 0 5 5 8 21 5

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Three-way tie atop Super League table
« Reply #48 on: August 14, 2018, 08:24:33 AM »
Three-way tie atop Super League table
By Andrew Gioannetti (T&T Newsday)


ANOTHER standout performance from league-leading goal-scorer Kevon Woodley saw Cunupia FC go joint top again in the TT Super League standings on Sunday, with their Match Day 11 4-0 thumping win over Petit Valley/ Diego Martin United.

Woodley bagged two goals within three minutes at around the half-hour mark, before Michael Darko and Kerri McDonald netted one each in the second period to complete the rout.

Woodley’s two goals put him on 12 for the season, three more than the nearest top scorer Jason Boodram of Police FC.

Cunupia’s win, in addition to a 1-0 victory for Queen’s Park over RSSR FC on Sunday, saw both teams go level with FC Santa Rosa on 24 points.

FC Santa Rosa went clear in the standings temporarily, following a 4-1 win over Metal X Erin FC in the Match Day 11 opener on Wednesday.

The “Big Cannons” still hold the league lead, but only with a superior goal-differential of two goals more than Cunupia.

Queen’s Park had another close call on Sunday but bagged all three points courtesy a goal in first half added-on time from former national defender Yohance Marshall.

League action will resume with the start of Match Day 11 on Saturday.

FC Santa Rosa and Queen’s Park are set to play away to Metal X Erin FC and San Fernando Giants respectively.

The other matches are scheduled for Sunday.

Match Day 11 Results:

Wednesday –

FC Santa Rosa 4 (Akeem Garcia 28th, Kheelon Mitchell 50th, Kishun Seecharan 76th, 86th) v Metal X Erin FC 1 (Akinola Williams 70th).

Saturday –

Club Sando 0 v Guaya United 2 (Gary Glasgow 2nd, Keston Frontin 79th)

Matura Reunited FC 3 (Kerin Vincent 20th, 58th, Isaiah Lee 70th) v Police FC 1 (Kadeem Riley 62nd)

UTT 3 (J’Deem Parris 41st, 65th, Shaquille Smith 90th+4) v Bethel United FC 0

Prison Service FC 1 (Nathan Julien 45th+1) v San Fernando Giants 0

Sunday –

Queen’s Park 1 (Yohance Marshall 45th+1) v RSSR FC 0

Petit Valley/Diego Martin United 0 v Cunupia FC 4 (Kevon Woodley 28th, 31st, Michael Darko 59th, Kerri McDonald 86th)

Fixtures:

Saturday –

Metal X Erin FC v Queen’s Park, Erin Recreation Ground, 6 pm

San Fernando Giants v FC Santa Rosa, St Margaret’s Recreation Ground, 4 pm

Sunday –

Guaya United v Matura Reunited, Guaya Recreation Ground, 5 pm

RSSR FC v Club Sando, Venue TBD, Time TBD

Cunupia FC v Prison Service FC, Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima, 4 pm

Bethel United v P/Valley/Diego Martin United, Mt Pleasant Recreation Ground, 6 pm

Police FC v UTT, Police Barracks, St James, 4 pm.
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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #49 on: August 14, 2018, 08:14:11 PM »
WATCH: Highlights of Queen’s Park Cricket Club’s 1-0 win over RSSR Football Academy

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #50 on: August 21, 2018, 03:39:02 AM »
Hughes treble keeps Guaya in the hunt.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Carlon Hughes fired in a hat-trick to leads defending champions Guaya United to a 4-1 spanking of Matura ReUnited when the T&T Super League continued on Sunday at the Guaya Recreation Ground.

Hughes opened the scoring in the 21st minute for his team to lead 1-0 at the half-time interval before former national striker, Gary Glasgow made it 2-0 in the 58th.

Hughes then completed his treble with strikes in the 71st and 86th minutes for a 4-0 advantage before Kerwin Vincent got a consolation item for Matura ReUnited, in the 86th.

With the win, Guaya United improved to 25 points from 12 matches, level with Cunupia FC and two behind joint leaders, FC Santa Rosa and Queen’s Park Cricket Club.

Cunupia FC missed out on a chance to remain in a three-way after playing to a goalless draw with Prison Service at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar.

In other matches on Sunday, Police came from behind to beat the University of T&T 2-1; RSSR FC and Club Sando Cultural United drew 1-1, while the match between Bethel United and Petit Valley/Diego Martin United at Mt Pleasant Recreation Ground, Mt Pleasant.

SUNDAY’S RESULTS

Guaya United 4 (Carlon Hughes 21st, 71s, 82nd, Gary Glasgow 58th) vs Matura ReUnited 1 (Kerin Vincent 86th)

RSSR FC 1 (Kerron Mitchell 45th) vs Club Sando Cultural Roots Utd 1 (Marcus Griffith 79th)

Cunupia FC 0 vs Prison Service 0

Police FC 2 (Joshua Leach 43rd, Kadeem Riley 63rd) vs UTT 1 (Michel Holder 2nd)

Bethel United vs Petit Valley/Diego Martin United - match called off due to power outage after 30 -minutes

ON SATURDAY

QPCC 5 (Keston George 14th, Rashard Griffith 53rd, Sean De Silva 66th, Benedict Barrett 70th, Devon Modeste 88th) vs Erin FC 1 (Sylvester Teesdale 87th)

FC Santa Rosa 6 (Kheelon Mitchell 53rd, 78th, Giovanni Abraham 71st, Kishun Seecharan 74th, 76th, Noel Williams 83rd) vs San Fernando Giants 0

LATEST STANDINGS

Teams P W D L GF GA Pts
1. FC Santa Rosa 12 9 0 3 35 10 27
2. QPCC 12 8 3 1 28 13 27
3. Cunupia FC 12 7 4 1 27 10 25
4. Guaya Utd 12 7 4 1 24 10 25
5. Matura ReUnited 12 6 2 4 24 26 20
6. Police FC 12 5 4 3 16 14 19
7. Prisons Service 11 4 5 2 13 13 17
8. UTT 12 4 2 6 17 21 14
9. RSSR FC 12 3 5 4 14 16 14
10. Club Sando Cultural 12 2 3 7 8 19 9
11. Bethel Utd 11 1 5 5 14 25 8
12. Erin FC 11 1 3 7 12 22 6
13. P.V.D.M Utd 11 1 3 7 9 22 6
14. San F’do Giants 12 0 5 7 8 28 5

Upcoming Games

Friday’s Matches

FC Santa Rosa vs Cunupia FC, Arima Municipal Stadium, Arima, 8pm
UTT vs Guaya United FC, UTT Ground, O’Meara Road Campus, 7 pm

Saturday’s Matches

Club Sando FC vs QPCC, Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular, St James, 6pm
Matura ReUnited vs RSSR FC, Valencia Secondary School, 4 pm
Erin FC vs San Fernando Giants, Erin Recreation Ground, Erin, 6pm

Sunday’s Matches

Prison Service FC vs Bethel United, YTC Ground, Arouca, 3.30pm
Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd vs Police FC, St Anthony’s College Ground, 4 pm

RELATED NEWS

Big Cannons, Parkites record big Super League wins.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Newsday)


NATIONAL midfielder Sean De Silva picked up where he left off on Saturday after missing nearly a month of TT Super League action by scoring a goal and recording two assists in a 5-1 win for joint league leaders’ Queen’s Park over Metal X Erin FC.

Queen’s Park made their long journey to Erin in south Trinidad count by securing a convincing win that kept them within reach of FC Santa Rosa, who remain league leaders on goal-difference. Keston Geroge scored the lone first half goal, before Rashard Griffith, Sean De Silva, Benedict Barrett and Devon Modeste all added one each in the second period for Queen’s Park. Sylvester Teesdale scored Erin’s only goal in the dying moments.

The Parkites, however, could not celebrate too much as FC Santa Rosa recorded an even bigger win on the day as they continued their tremendous run.

At the expense of winless San Fernando Giants, FC Santa Rosa smashed six unanswered goals to seal a seventh consecutive league victory. Since losing to Queen’s Park 2-1 on July 7, FC Santa Rosa have won every match since.

Attacker Kheelon Mitchell continued his impressive goal-scoring form with a pair of goals to take his tally to nine this season. Winger Kishun Seecharan also scored a double, while Giovanni and Noel Williams scored the other goals. All six goals were scored in the second half.

Meanwhile, Cunupia FC, which entered Match Day 12 as the third joint leader, dropped two points in a goal-less draw against Prison Service.

Match Day 13 will start on Friday and conclude on Sunday.

The TT Super League has said the knockout competition will start on September 2.

Results

Saturday

Metal X Erin FC 1 (Sylvester Teesdale 87th) v QPCC 5 (Keston George 14th, Rashard Griffith 53rd, Sean De Silva 66th, Benedict Barrett 70th, Devon Modeste 88th)

San Fernando Giants 0 v FC Santa Rosa 6 (Kheelon Mitchell 53rd, 76th, Giovanni Abraham 71st, Kishun Seecharan 74, 76th, Noel Williams 83rd)

Sunday

Guaya United FC 4 (Carlon Hughes 21st, 71st, 82nd, Gary Glasgow 58th) v Matura Reunited 1 (Kerin Vincent 86th)

RSSR FC 1 (Kerron Mitchell 45th+3) v Club Sando FC 1 (Marcus Griffith 79th)

Cunupia FC 0 v Prison Service 0

Bethel United FC v Petit Valley– Match abandoned at 30 minutes due to failure of venue lighting

Police FC 2 (Joshua Leach 43rd, Kadeem Riley 63rd) v UTT 1 (Michel Holder 2nd)

Fixtures–Match day 13

Friday

UTT v Guaya United FC, UTT Ground, O’Meara, 7 pm

FC Santa Rosa v Cunupia FC, Arima Velodrome, 8 pm

Saturday

Matura Reunited v RSSR FC, Valencia Secondary, 4 pm

Club Sando v Queen’s Park, Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular Rd, 6 pm

Metal X Erin FC v San Fernando Giants, Erin Recreation Ground, 6 pm

Sunday

Prison Service v Bethel United, YTC Ground, Arouca, 3.30 pm

Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd v Police FC, St Anthony’s College Ground, Westmoorings, 4 pm

Rescheduled match–Match day 9

August 30

Prison Service FC v Metal X Erin FC, YTC Ground, Arouca, 3.30 pm

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Parkites go clear in Super League again
« Reply #51 on: August 27, 2018, 10:09:34 AM »
Parkites go clear in Super League again
By Andrew Gioannetti (T&T Newsday)


STAR midfielder Sean de Silva scored his eighth goal of the campaign before Kern Gardiner confirmed the win with a late effort as Queen's Park defeated Club Sando 2-1 Saturday to once again go clear in the TT Super League standings.

The Parkites were helped out by a Friday's 1-1 draw between contenders FC Santa Rosa and Cunupia FC, the two teams that went into the match day as joint leaders.

Alfie James scored the opening goal for Santa Rosa in the 41st minute, before an immediate response from Cunupia FC saw Ricaldo Castellano equalise a minute later.

The win for Queen's Park put them two points clear in the standings at the half-way mark in the 14-team competition.

Last evening, the Match Day 13 closed with Prison Service dropping Tobago's Bethel United 1-0 and Petit Valley/Diego Martin United playing to a 2-2 draw with Police FC.

UTT and Guaya United were scheduled to play on Friday but the match was called off.

The two other matches in the round saw Matura Reunited and RSSR FC play to a 2-2 draw and Metal X Erin FC and San Fernando Giants tie 1-1.

A rescheduled league match between Prison Service and Erin FC is carded for Thursday, before the League Cup playoffs get under way on Sunday.

The TT Super League has announced its decision to deduct three points from UTT, Guaya United and Erin FC for their failure to field a youth team in any competition this season.
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Mulraine resigns as Matura ReUnited coach
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Mulraine resigns as Matura ReUnited coach
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Faced with a com­bi­na­tion of poor at­ti­tude to­wards prepa­ra­tion by play­ers to an un­clear di­rec­tion by the man­age­ment of Matu­ra Re­Unit­ed, coach Travis Mul­raine has re­signed.

Mul­raine's Re­Unit­ed was knocked out of the T&T Su­per League's League Cup tour­na­ment on Sun­day af­ter a 2-3 loss to Pe­tit Val­ley/Diego Mar­tin Unit­ed on Sun­day. Mul­raine said he faced a prob­lem where there was al­ways a dif­fer­ent crop of play­ers at train­ing ses­sions as there was just an un­will­ing­ness to train. "We had one of the worst de­fence in the league, in fact I think we con­ced­ed the most goals to date, but what kept us from go­ing down was the fact that we scored a lot of goals. I was hop­ing to do some work on the de­fence but the play­ers just failed to show," Mul­raine said.

"Then there was a sit­u­a­tion where the spon­sor and the man­age­ment team could not see eye-to-eye on the di­rec­tion the team should move, so the spon­sor pulled out," Mul­raine ex­plained.

The for­mer Queen's Roy­al Col­lege (QRC) mid­field­er al­so had to deal with a sit­u­a­tion where he reached home well af­ter 10pm every night be­cause of long dis­tances he had to trav­el to train the team.
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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #53 on: September 11, 2018, 05:16:26 AM »
QPCC spanks RSSR for semis spot.
By Nigel Si­mon (Guardian).


Cunu­pia FC, Pe­tit Val­ley/Diego Mar­tin qual­i­fy

Bene­dict Bar­rett net­ted a dou­ble to lead Queen's Park Crick­et Club to a 5-1 de­mo­li­tion of North­ern Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion ri­vals, RSSR FC in their T&T Su­per League Cup quar­ter­fi­nal match played at St Mary's Col­lege Ground, Ser­pen­tine Road, St Clair on Sun­day.

Out-of-favour na­tion­al mid­field­er, Sean Di­vi­sion got the 'Parkites' on their way in the 15th minute, but Hakim Gul­ston drew RSSR FC lev­el nine min­utes lat­er be­fore Bar­rett got his first of the match on the stroke of half-time for a 2-1 lead.

Four min­utes af­ter the restart, Bar­rett ex­tend­ed the Parkites lead to 3-1 while Ke­ston George made cer­tain of vic­to­ry in the 57th minute fol­lowed by a fifth item to cap off a stel­lar dis­play from Ke­vaughn John in the 78th minute.

In Sun­day's two oth­er match­es, Cunu­pia FC got a goal six min­utes in­to time added on from Isa­iah Mejias to slip past Po­lice FC 2-1 at Ato Boldon Sta­di­um, Cou­va while Pe­tit Val­ley/Diego Mar­tin Unit­ed con­tin­ued its fairy-tale run with a 3-2 penal­ty-kicks win over high-fly­ing San Fer­nan­do Gi­ants af­ter a 0-0 dead­lock at St Mar­garet's Recre­ation Ground, San Fer­nan­do.

On Sat­ur­day at the Ari­ma Mu­nic­i­pal Sta­di­um, Ari­ma, FC San­ta Rosa se­cured the first semi­fi­nal spot at stake with a com­fort­able 3-0 de­feat of T&T Prison Ser­vice.

Noel Williams opened the scor­ing for San­ta Rosa in the 29th minute for the East­ern­ers to lead 1-0 at the half-time in­ter­val be­fore Akeem Gar­cia, and Kevon Corn­wall added sec­ond-half items in the 67th and 71st minute re­spec­tive­ly. League ac­tion will re­sume this week­end with de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons Guaya Unit­ed, who were knocked out of the Cup com­pe­ti­tion by Gi­ants host­ing Pe­tit Val­ley/Diego Mar­tin Unit­ed in one of two match­es on Sat­ur­day while ta­ble leader Queen's Park is in ac­tion on Sun­day at home Matu­ra Re­Unit­ed at St Clair.

RE­SULTS

On Au­gust 9

QPCC 5 (Sean De Sil­va 15th, Bene­dict Bar­rett 45th, 49th, Ke­ston George 57th, Ke­vaughn John 78th) vs RSSR FC 1 (Hakim Gul­ston 24th)

Cunu­pia FC 2 (Michael Darko 66th, Isa­iah Mejias 96th) vs Po­lice FC 1 (Col­in Williams 63rd)

San Fer­nan­do Gi­ants 0 vs Pe­tit Val­ley/Diego Mar­tin Unit­ed 0 – Pe­tit Val­ley/Diego Mar­tin won 3-2 on penal­ty-kicks

On Au­gust 8

FC San­ta Rosa 3 (Noel Williams 29th, Akeem Gar­cia 67th, Kevon Corn­wall 79th vs T&T Prison Ser­vice 0

Up­com­ing Su­per League match­es

On Sat­ur­day

Club San­do Cul­tur­al Roots Utd vs Erin FC, Dibe Recre­ation Grd, Long Cir­cu­lar, 6 pm

Guaya Unit­ed vs Pe­tit Val­ley/Diego Mar­tin Unit­ed, Guaya Recre­ation Grd, Guaya, 5pm

On Sun­day

Cunu­pia FC vs San Fer­nan­do Gi­ants, Lar­ry Gomes Sta­di­um, Mal­abar, 4pm

QPCC vs Matu­ra Re­Unit­ed, St Mary's Col­lege Ground, Ser­pen­tine Road, St Clair, 4pm

Bethel Unit­ed vs FC San­ta Rosa, Mt Gomery Grd, Mt Gomery, 6pm

RSSR FC vs UTT, Venue to be con­firmed

Po­lice FC vs T&T Prison Ser­vice, St James Po­lice Train­ing Bar­racks, St James, 4pm

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #54 on: September 11, 2018, 07:50:16 AM »
WATCH: Highlights of TTSL League Cup Quarterfinals - FC San­ta Rosa 3-0 Prisons FC; Cunu­pia FC 2-1 Police FC

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
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Out-of-favour na­tion­al mid­field­er, Sean Di­vi­sion got the 'Parkites' on their way in the 15th minute,

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #56 on: September 11, 2018, 11:56:19 PM »
Shouldn't the Super league always have  a developmental National Team in it...Be it the under 20 or under 17 team just to keep that age group active and match ready. Super League shouldn't interfere with any scholarship opportunities or is viewed as a Pro League?

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Shouldn't the Super league always have  a developmental National Team in it...Be it the under 20 or under 17 team just to keep that age group active and match ready. Super League shouldn't interfere with any scholarship opportunities or is viewed as a Pro League?

The onus is on the TTFA. If dey want that to be part of the program for the national youth teams then dey need to come up with a proposal.

There are players who played in the early part of the season and have gone on to take up scholarships. There are also some who have played for teams while they are on holidays.
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WATCH: Trinidad and Tobago Super League President and TTFA Board Member, Keith Look Loy, talks about growing the league, and the controversial “Home of Football” project.

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Re: 2018 T&T Super League Thread
« Reply #59 on: September 12, 2018, 06:32:15 PM »
Shouldn't the Super league always have  a developmental National Team in it...Be it the under 20 or under 17 team just to keep that age group active and match ready. Super League shouldn't interfere with any scholarship opportunities or is viewed as a Pro League?

The onus is on the TTFA. If dey want that to be part of the program for the national youth teams then dey need to come up with a proposal.

There are players who played in the early part of the season and have gone on to take up scholarships. There are also some who have played for teams while they are on holidays.

Yeah I just always thought that it would have been in a built in strategy seeing that it was used with the group that went to the youth world cup etc. If I remember correctly, they won the league as well. Ah mean, if you have a pool of 30 players etc who probably not seeing action with any pro league team on the regular then it should be easy to field an 11 consistently in the super league and then supplement the team with those from College league etc to get a capable under 20 team. Not like we have an under 20 team in camp always raring to go. Super League is 26 games a season, that should keep their legs at least warm and allow for greater chances to improve.

Super League and Pro League should come to an arrangement to allow Pro League reserves to play in that league as well. Or maybe Pro League needs a seperate reserve league just for their reserves. That is if they even have reserves. Reserves should give under 20 players more match time etc.