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NLCL U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« on: December 13, 2019, 05:38:38 AM »
U-19 Community Invitational Tournament kicks off on December 21st
Next Level Consulting Limited


There will be a new and exciting youth football tournament on the calendar for sports fans across Trinidad and Tobago this month. For many years, the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) has been duly considered the breeding ground of the nation’s young football stars of the future. The Next Level Consulting Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament kicks off on 21 December and seeks to build upon that youth football landscape by providing another platform for our nation’s youths to play, to develop and to be scouted and/or recruited for the next stage of their football careers.

Starting 21 December, communities island-wide will be keenly represented by their talented young footballers in the TTFA sanctioned NLCL U19 tournament. Academies, youth Pro League, SSFL and community teams will be vying for the highly coveted 2019-20 Next Level Consulting, Limited Under 19 Community Challenge trophy. A total of 11 teams from Port of Spain to Guayaguayare and Sangre Grande to Point Fortin will battle in a home and away format in this new league tournament.

The tournament, which will feature late evening and afternoon games, will have two groups: a North/East group and a South/Central group. Teams will play two games each week. The North/East group will comprise Trendsetter Hawks, Fatima College, MaGauya United (Mayaro), SP Boyz FC (Manzanilla/Sangre Grande) and Hearts of Maloney. The South/Central group will showcase Mascall Coaching School (Moruga), Point Fortin Civic, D.C.S./Dass Trace (La Brea and Enterprise combination), Gasparillo Youths, Princes Town Achievers and All Blacks F.C. (Fyzabad).

The brainchild of tournament chair Brian Jordan, owner of security company Next Level Consulting Limited, the tournament is ably supported by an organising committee comprised of co-owner and public relations officer Mrs Germaine Jordan and team liaison Ms Sandra Pompey of Gasparillo Youths. The organisers are also thankful for valued sponsors Ramlogan & Sons Sports (Couva and Marabella), Ramsingh Sports and the Maritime Financial Group.

Mr Jordan stated: “Football fans will be super excited to see their sons, grandsons, brothers, nephews, cousins, and neighbours run out and represent their communities in this tournament. Many well-known SSFL stars will be coming up against other players of very high quality, and many of whom they would not have faced during their school season in this tournament.”

He added: “We will work our tails off to ensure Tobago is represented similarly in the tournament next year.”

The NLCL U19 community tournament expects supporters to come out in their numbers to root for their respective teams. Additionally, many seasonal visitors and residents coming for the holidays and for Carnival will find the tournament another enjoyable option for spending their time as they take in a game or two.

Tournament organisers have invited and expect scouts from various universities and professional teams, locally and abroad, to attend tournament games to recruit from the available talent. They have also partnered with the very popular Talk Yuh Mind social media video content providers to cover feature games throughout the season.

Next Level Consulting Limited feels very strongly that this tournament can help to develop our young footballers and keep our youth off the streets, gainfully engaged in a sport they love and away from the criminal element.

For more information, or to support the Next Level Consulting Limited U19 community invitational tournament, call or WhatsApp (868) 389-0516 or (868) 495-8302.
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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2019, 02:19:50 PM »
U-19 Community Invitational Tournament MVP will head abroad on trial
Next Level Consulting Limited


The media launch of the exciting new Next Level Consulting, Limited (NLCL) Under 19 Community Invitational Tournament took place at the Marabella South Secondary School on Wednesday (December 18) morning.  Guest speakers, and former national goalkeepers, Michael Maurice and Jan Michael Williams advised the attendees of their personal and sporting backgrounds, as well as, their experiences playing the sport they love all around the world, as professionals and ex-nationals. Both gentlemen agreed that Trinidad & Tobago’s young footballers need to take advantage of the great opportunities being provided, and stressed that discipline, dedication and hard work would help push them toward their goals.

Owner of Next Level Consulting, Limited and Tournament Chairman, Brian K. Jordan, announced at the media launch that Halifax Wanderers, of the Canadian Professional League, and coached by Stephen Hart, would accept the overall NLCL U19 Tournament MVP on trial. Mr. Jordan reiterated, “We are extremely thankful to Halifax Wanderers, and by extension Coaches Hart, Assistant Coach King, and Goalkeeping Coach, Jan Michael Williams for their support and agreement to accept the tournament MVP on trial. We want this league to be a platform for our young talented footballers. He further stated, “We are working hard to provide the opportunities, and our youngsters themselves have to work hard to push themselves into their future footballing, or other careers.” Lastly, he added, “All of the home and away games will be free of charge to attend. Communities will be coming out to support in their numbers, so let’s give them a good show, enjoy the games, and have the best behaviour possible.”

The Under 19 tournament kicks off tomorrow (December 21) at 6:30PM with four games being played across the country that day, and one game being played on Sunday, December 22, 2019. The groundbreaking islandwide tournament has two groups; a North / East group and another with teams from South / Central zones. Teams from each group will vie for the Championship trophy in a home and away format. During the tournament, fans will be able to see many of the stars of the recently concluded Secondary Schools Football League as they battle for a tournament challenge trophy and many other super prizes. 

Participating teams are as follows:

Group A (Teams from North and East zones):
Trendsetter Hawks
SP Boyz (Manzanilla/Sangre Grande)
Hearts of Maloney
MaGuaya United (Mayaro/Guayaguayare)

Group B (Teams from South and Central zones):
Deportivo P.F. Youths (Point Fortin)
Gasparillo Youths
Princes Town Achievers
Mascall Football Academy (Moruga)
All Blacks F.C. (Fyzabad)
D.C.S. / Dass Trace (Enterprise and LaBrea)

Match Day 1 Fixtures

Saturday, December 21st at 6:30pm

Group A
SP Boyz vs Trendsetter Hawks @ Manzanilla Recreation Ground
MaGuaya United vs Hearts of Maloney @ Mafeking Recreation Ground, Mayor

Group B
Gasparillo Youths vs Deportivo PF Youths @ Lumsden Recreation Ground, Gasparillo
All Blacks FC vs Princes Town Achievers @ Fyzabad Gallows Recreation Ground

Saturday, December 22nd at 6:30pm

Group B
Mascall Football Academy vs DCS/Dass Trace @ Base Terre Recreation Ground, Moruga

Tournament organizers are extremely thankful to sponsors, Ramlogan & Sons Sports (Couva & Marabella), Ramsingh Sportsworld, and Maritime Financial Group.

The NLCL U19 Community Invitational Tournament will run from December 21, 2019 to the Championship game on February 16, 2020, with an All-Star game to be held thereafter. Organizers expect many amateur and professional scouts from abroad and locally to be in attendance during the tournament period of December to February, allowing for even more opportunities locally and abroad for talented players.

The organizers look forward to working with the youth, with each community, with the media, and with all stakeholders to make the tournament a huge success.

Next Level Consulting, Limited is a registered local small business specializing in residential and commercial security cameras, alarms, and gate motors. We wish to invite other businesses, big and small, to invest in youth, football and our local communities.

For more information, or to be a sponsor:

Brian K. Jordan
(868) 389-0516
Nextlvlconsulting@yahoo.com
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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2019, 04:02:19 PM »
Are the players involved with this tournament affiliated with other clubs or are they exclusively affiliated with the teams in this tourney?
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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2019, 06:35:15 PM »
Are the players involved with this tournament affiliated with other clubs or are they exclusively affiliated with the teams in this tourney?

All of the above. There are some who played in the SSFL, Youth Pro League, Republic Cup, Super League etc. and some who are only affilitied with the community team.
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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #4 on: December 20, 2019, 11:47:55 PM »
Nice initiative

Tallman -- I assume they only affiliated with this team for the tournament and not playing/attached to other teams as well simultaneously (like a PFL team for instance)


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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #5 on: December 21, 2019, 09:51:03 AM »
Match Cancellations for today
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Due to inclement weather and unplayable ground conditions, please be advised that the below Group A matches scheduled for today have been cancelled and will be played at a later date.

MaGuaya United v Hearts of Maloney - Mafeking Rec. Ground, Mayaro
SP Boyz v Trendsetter Hawks - Manzanilla Rec. Ground

All other Group B games scheduled for today and tomorrow (see below) will take place as scheduled.

TODAY (December 21) @ 6:30PM
Gasparillo Youths v Deportivo P.F. Youths - Lumsden Rec. Ground, Gasparillo
All Blacks F.C. v Princes Town Acheivers - The Gallows, Fyzabad Rec. Ground

TOMORROW (December 22) @ 6:30PM
Mascall Football Academy v D.C.S. Dass Trace - Basseterre Rec. Ground, Moruga

Updated fixtures will be forwarded during the upcoming week. Thanks for your understanding and support.
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Gasparillo Youths stay undefeated in the NLC Limited U-19 Tournament
« Reply #6 on: January 21, 2020, 11:56:40 AM »
Gasparillo Youths stay undefeated in the NLC Limited U-19 Tournament
By Kirwin Weston


Naparima College attacking midfielder Jabari Lee's solo run helped put the icing on the cake for Gasparillo Youths, as they secured a well-deserved 3-1 victory over DCS/Dass Trace today.

Lee’s mazy 20 yard run took him past several defenders before he crossed for first half substitute Adica Ash, who slotted a right footed shot past opposing goalkeeper Randy Gomez—who was caught haplessly at the near post.

Gasparillo’s victory today put them unassailably atop Group B after 7 games in the inaugural U-19 tournament, which is sponsored by Next Level Consulting Limited. DCS/Dass Trace (Darius Coaching School) remain second after the same number of games.

“So far the tournament has been well planned, so far we have had officials coming out for every game, the games start on time and we see a high level of football being played in this under 19 tournaments, which I hope they will continue in years to come,” said Gasparillo head coach Mark Ranghel.

Gasparillo led 2-0 at the half with both goals initiated by aerial crosses from Sembi Hart-Smith. The first cross produced a thumping attacking header from unmarked left full back Darren Moore, which left Gomez with no chance after 19 minutes. Eight minutes after, Gomez advanced too far off his line only to fumble the ball. Gasparillo forward Ricardo Williams took the pleasure of slotting home the loose ball to double their lead.

DCS/Dass Trace got a goal from second half substitute Josiah Noble. Noble, who played at right full back and elegantly roamed up and down the flank, got a sight at goal from about 20 yards where his right footed shot beat Pleasantville Secondary school player Raheem Lee in goal.

In total, just under 50% of the players who took the field today played in last season’s SSFL tournament. Thaj Neptune, Jardel Sinclair and Luke Phillip lined up for DCS/Dass Trace, whilst Jabari Lee, Raheem Lee, Tarik Lee, Dillion Yearwood and Akeel Phillip lined up for Gasparillo. Naparima standout midfielder Shoaib Khan missed today’s match due to injury.

Coach Ranghel sounded confident after today’s result, as he outlined their objectives for the tournament: “Basically our aim is to win the tournament. Our second aim is to go through the tournament without any defeats.”

The NLC Limited U19 tournament next round of matches will take place on January 22, 2020 with quarter-finals set to commence on February 1st.
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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2020, 04:13:09 PM »
WATCH: Presentation College San Fernando's Jaiye Sheppard was the star for Deportivo Point Fortin Youths with a hat trick as they got past SP Boys 6-1 to book their place in the Semi Finals of the Next Level Consulting Limited Under-19 Football Tournament.

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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #8 on: February 09, 2020, 12:24:22 PM »
WATCH: Presentation College San Fernando's Jaiye Sheppard was the star for Deportivo Point Fortin Youths with a hat trick as they got past SP Boys 6-1 to book their place in the Semi Finals of the Next Level Consulting Limited Under-19 Football Tournament.

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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #9 on: February 13, 2020, 02:47:34 PM »
NLCL U-19 Community Invitational Tournament Championship finals moved to Mayaro Recreation Ground on Sunday, February 16th
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The Next Level Consulting (NLC), Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament Committee in consultation with the participating teams, match officials. members of the media, security personnel, and other key stakeholders, took the immediate decision to move the tournament Third place and Championship final games this Sunday, February 16th to the Mayaro Recreation Ground.

Tournament Public Relations Officer (P.R.O.), Mrs. Germaine Jordan stated, “With Kiddies Carnival scheduled to be in Marabella on Sunday, and several streets around Mannie Ramjohn Stadium closing to drive through traffic, the tournament committee felt it in the best interest of all parties to make the move to Mayaro. We apologize for any inconvenience caused, but expect many of the fans to join us in Mayaro to support all of our talented teams.”

The inaugural NLC Limited U19 Championship final will feature Deportivo P.F. Youths from Point Fortin playing against the undefeated home team, MaGuaya United.

On Saturday, in front of a packed Mayaro Recreation audience, giant killers Deportivo P.F. Youths knocked off previously undefeated Gasparillo Youths 1-0 in their early semi-final clash, with SSFL MVP Jaiye Sheppard scoring the lone item. While MaGuaya United, with a double from Isa Bramble, defeated a plucky D.C.S. / Dass Trace team by a 3-1 scoreline to earn their place in the first ever Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament Finale.

Fans planning to attend the Mayaro doubleheader this Sunday will be able to see some of the 2019 stars of the Secondary Schools Football League like MVP, Jaiye Sheppard, Naparima College stars Isa Bramble, Decklan Marcelle, as well as, former Naparima College standouts Nickel Rawlins and Reynaldo McIntosh

The Third place game of

- Gasparillo Youths v D.C.S. / Dass Trace kicking off at 1:45PM

Will be followed by the Championship Final featuring

- MaGuaya United v Deportivo P.F. Youths which begins at 3:45PM

Gates open at 1PM, with an admission of only twenty dollars ($20). Children under 12 are FREE.

Teams in the tournament are vying for cash prizes sponsored by Next Level Consulting, Limited, as well as, the Championship trophy, medals, and other prizes, while the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the tournament will be going on trial in the Canadian Professional League with the Halifax Wanderers.

Tournament organizers are extremely thankful to sponsors, Ramlogan & Sons Sports (Couva & Marabella), Ramsingh Sportsworld, National Energy Corporation, and Maritime Financial Group.


Next Level Consulting, Limited is a registered local small business specializing in residential and commercial security cameras, alarms, and gate motors. We wish to invite other businesses, big and small, to invest in youth, football and our local communities.

For more information, or to be a tournament sponsor:
Brian K. Jordan
(868) 389-0516
nextlvlconsulting@yahoo.com
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« Reply #10 on: February 18, 2020, 08:03:35 PM »
MaGuaya United are the 2019-2020 NLCL U-19 Community Invitational Tournament Champions
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The packed Mayaro Recreation Ground witnessed two keenly contested games on Sunday. MaGuaya United defeated Deportivo P.F. Youths 3-2 to win the Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament Championship final, in the second game of the top four doubleheader. Before that, Gasparillo Youths were able to edge D.C.S./Dass Trace by a similar 3-2 scoreline, to take third place, in the first game of the doubleheader.

MaGuaya got their goals from Akeal Pierre, Kyrise Frontin, and talisman, Isa Bramble, while Ezekiel Kesar and the ever-consistent Jaiye Sheppard, scored for Deportivo. The newly crowned champions were coached to the title by Joseph Weekes, Leston Paul and Ryan “Fry” Stewart and featured current and former Naparima College standouts, Chakim Guy, Reynaldo McIntosh, and goalscorer, Bramble.

From the beginning of the tournament in December 2019 until the Championship game on Sunday, MaGuaya went undefeated, and were able to narrowly convert home field advantage in front of a large contingent of their supporters. Even so, the plucky Deportivo team from Point Fortin, proved worthy challengers and could consider themselves unlucky to come up short in a topsy turvy game.

The winners will enjoy the Next Level Consulting (NLC), Limited sponsored, five thousand dollar ($5,000.00) first prize, as well as, the Championship trophy and medals sponsored by Ramsingh Sportsworld.

Tournament Chairman, and owner of Next Level Consulting, Limited, Mr. Brian Jordan said, “When we started on this journey, we wanted to make a difference in the footballing lives of these talented youngsters by providing a platform to showcase their talent and skills” 

He added, “Without our sponsors, this entire tournament would not have been possible, and we would like to thank Ramlogan and Sons (Couva and Marabella), Ramsingh Sportsworld, Maritime Insurance, the Mayaro/Rio Claro Regional Corporation and National Energy Corporation of Trinidad & Tobago. We also must say thanks to the Tournament Committee (Ms. Sandra Pompey, Mr. Don Griffith, and Mrs. Germaine Jordan), all of whom worked so diligently week in, week out to ensure football and youth were the winners in this tournament. Last but not least, we also collectively wish to thank all of the families, fans, supporters, as well as, all of the teams who were able to compete this year, and look forward to another great season, starting December 2020.”

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MaGuaya Utd top NLC U-19 Invitational Tournament
BY NARISSA FRASER (NEWSDAY).



AFTER an impressive unbeaten run, MaGuaya United are the 2019/2020 Next Level Consulting (NLC) Ltd under-19 Community Invitational Tournament champions. The team defeated Deportivo Point Fortin Youths 3-2 on Sunday at the Mayaro Recreation Ground.

Akeal Pierre, Kyrise Frontin and Isa Bramble put their names on the scoresheet to lead MaGuaya to victory, while captain Ezekiel Kesar and Jaiye Sheppard scored for Deportivo. Sheppard, who attends Presentation College, San Fernando, was recently awarded SSFL (Secondary Schools’ Football League) player of the year.

The champions were coached by Joseph Weekes, former national under-17 and under-20 captain Leston Paul and Ryan “Fry” Stewart.

In addition to the championship trophy and individual medals, they were awarded a $5,000 cheque sponsored by NLC Ltd.

Weekes has been coaching for over 25 years. Speaking with Newsday, on Tuesday afternoon, he said it was a “fitting” final as both teams performed well.

“We are trying to keep the team together and see if we can get into some other competitions that are upcoming.

“The team was jubilant but as youth players, I don’t believe they really understand what their victory would have brought back to the community.”

Newsday also chatted with Deportivo head coach Selvon Francis who said the tournament went well, but added there were a few issues with officiating.

“But as I tell my players, we focus on what we have control over.

“We had a lot of missed opportunities, so even if they (MaGuaya) scored an offside goal, we had enough opportunities to cancel out those offside goals. So I’m not going to dwell on that as the reason we didn’t win. We didn’t win because we didn’t score (more).”

He said the team had a solid performance and that supporters and players from the other team came to congratulate them after the match.

Deportivo eight had four losses and one draw out of 13 matches. Francis has been coaching for 20 years but has only been with this team for two years.

He said the next step for the team is the Youth Pro League which kicks off in two weeks.

“I already know what I need to work on with them. It was a very timely tournament.”

The third-place match between Gasparillo Youths and D.C.S./Dass Trace also took place on Sunday, ending 3-2 in favour of Gasparillo.

The tournament began on December 21, 2019 and featured 10 teams in two groups. Group A featured SP Boyz, MaGuaya Unit­ed, Hearts of Mal­oney and Trend­set­ter Hawks. Group B consisted of Mas­call F.A, All Blacks FC, De­porti­vo P.F Youths, Gas­par­il­lo Youths, DCS/Dass Trace and Princes Town Achiev­ers.

Chairman of the tournament Brian Jordan said, “When we started on this journey, we wanted to make a difference in the footballing lives of these talented youngsters by providing a platform to showcase their talent and skills”

“We want to collectively wish to thank all of the families, fans, supporters as well as all of the teams who were able to compete this year, and look forward to another great season, starting December 2020.”

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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #11 on: February 28, 2020, 01:54:04 PM »
First ever Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament All Star Game scheduled for Mannie Ramjohn Stadium this Sunday, March 1, 2020
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The Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella will be the venue for the first ever Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament All Star game this Sunday, March 1. The game will kick off at 3:30pm, and football fans will get to see the pick of talented youth footballers who participated in the recently completed landmark tournament. The game will feature the North/East All Stars against the South/Central All Stars.

NLC Limited U19 Champs MaGuaya United will be well represented with the likes of Ronaldo McIntosh, Isa Bramble, and a host of other talented young footballers, on the North / East team. While runners up, Deportivo P.F. Youths will have five picks on the South / Central team, led by SSFL MVP, Jaiye Sheppard. The South Central team will also include Nikel Rawlins of Gasparillo Youths, and other standouts. Each of the all star teams will be coached and managed by representatives from the various teams, who participated in the recently concluded tournament. The game will be filmed and the video sent to overseas scouts, from university and professional teams.

Following the all star game on Sunday, a tournament all star select team will be named by the Tournament Committee to go up against a National Under 20 select team, coached by Derek King, on Saturday, March 7.

Admission to the all star game at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium on Sunday is only ten dollars ($10) and all fans and stakeholders are welcome to come out in their numbers to support our talented youth.

NORTH/EAST

Goalkeepers:
Justin Warrick (MaGuaya United), Jadeon Castillano-Towine (SP Boyz)

Defenders:
Tiriq Roberts (Trendsetter Hawks), Chakim Guy (MaGuaya United), Jelani Peters (Maloney), Donte Williams (Maloney), Kerdell Dickson (MaGuaya United), Kidane Lewis (Trendsetter Hawks)

Midfielders:
Jishawn Kaiten (Trendsetter Hawks), Isaiah Edwards (Maloney), Jadel Carter (Maloney), Ozzie Basdeo (SP Boyz), Phillip Tinto Jr (Maloney), Ronaldo McIntosh (MaGuaya United), Shurland Beckles (SP Boyz)

Wingers:
Oshawn Moses (MaGuaya United), Deckland Marcelle (MaGuaya United), Malachi Celestine (Trendsetter Hawks)

Forwards:
Isa Bramble (MaGuaya United), Carlon Wight Jr (SP Boyz)

SOUTH/CENTRAL

Goalkeepers:
Raheem Lee (Gasparillo Youths), Teshorne Ragoo (Mascall Football Academy), Jasse Aguilera (Deportivo P.F. Youths)

Defenders:
Jamal Trim (DCS/Dass Trace), Akeel Philip (Gasparillo Youths), Jonathan Mohammed (Gasparillo Youths), Trevon Augustine (All Blacks), Malik Taitte (Deportivo P.F. Youths)

Midfielders:
Jabari Lee (Gasparillo Youths), Nikel Rawlins (Gasparillo Youths), Kern Cedeno (All Blacks), Ezekiel Kesar (Deportivo P.F. Youths), Amal Julien (Deportivo P.F. Youths)

Wingers:
Luke Phillip (DCS/Dass Trace), Zion Bain (Princes Town Achievers), Matthew-Lee Cummings (Mascall Football Academy), Raesean Paul (Deportivo P.F. Youths), Jesiah Noble (DCS/Dass Trace)

Forwards:
Nicholas Bobcomb (Princes Town Achievers), Jaiye Sheppard (Deportivo P.F. Youths), Antonio Molino (Mascall Football Academy)
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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #12 on: March 02, 2020, 01:54:33 PM »
South Central takes First ever NLCL U-19 Community Invitational Tournament All Star Game
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Football fans from across Trinidad & Tobago witnessed a wonderful display from the next generation of young football talent on Sunday at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella. After 90 minutes of end to end football, the South Central Under-19 All Atars, led by a second half goal and an assist, from SSFL MVP, Jaiye Sheppard, came back from a goal down to win the contest, 3-1. South Central All stars also got goals from captain, Nikel Rawlins, and winger, Zion Bain.

Deckland Marcelle, of MaGuaya United opened the scoring for the North East Under-19 All Star team in the third minute of the exciting encounter.

Next up, the NLC Limited U19 Tournament committee comprising, Brian Jordan, Germaine Jordan, Sandra Pompey, and Don Griffith, will be assisted by former national players Brian Williams and Dexter Cyrus, along with tournament coaches to select an overall tournament all star select team. The tournament all star select team will be named this week by the Tournament Committee to go up against a National Under 20 select team, coached by Derek King, on Saturday, March 7.
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2021 NLCL U-19 Community Invitational Tournament kicks off in December
« Reply #13 on: August 11, 2021, 02:41:02 PM »
2021 NLCL U-19 Community Invitational Tournament kicks off in December
NLCL Media


San Fernando – August 11, 2021 – After a successful kickoff in 2019, and cancellation due to Covid in 2020, the Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament 2021 season is back!

The kickoff is carded for December 18th of this year, once the  committee receives approvals from the Ministry of Health, Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Ministry of Sport and the Normalization Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).

“We’re going to be bigger too! We have already registered most of our teams in Trinidad and are working to register the top Tobago teams for our exciting new season. We all can’t wait to get back on the field!” announced Chairman, Brian K. Jordan.

He added, “With recreational Covid-19 restrictions still in place, our tournament committee expects to continue working with the CMO’s office to ensure the safety protocols we implement are more than adequate. Safety of all parties, especially our young talent, comes first for us. “

Mr. Jordan further stated, “Once the key stakeholders such as the teams, coaches, players, match officials, police, venues, as well as, the Normalization Committee of the TTFA continue to see value in our efforts, the tournament is scheduled to run from December, 2021 to March, 2022, with teams from each of the various zones vying for a challenge trophy, as well as, other awards and prizes.”

The tournament will again provide a strong platform for our young adults to play more organized football following the scheduled completion of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL). With this opportunity to play more organized football, further development of the national youth (and senior) team player pool becomes a real possibility.

Co-0wner of Next Level Consulting, Limited, and Tournament Public Relations Officer (PRO), Mrs. Germaine Jordan announced, “We are so pleased to be able to continue to provide this opportunity where Trinidad and Tobago’s top under-19 footballers will have a chance to showcase their skills outside of the Secondary Schools Football League. This tournament hopes to continue to build upon the great work of the SSFL. More football equals more opportunities”

MaGuaya United were the winners of the inaugural Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament, and they will be back to defend their title after last season’s Covid cancellation. Teams interested in participating have a pre-registration deadline of August 22, for the tournament.

Once again, Next Level Consulting, Limited (NLCL) will underwrite the majority of associated costs this season, and invites other stakeholders, and corporate entities to join in making a positive investment in our youth after a long Covid layoff.

The NLCL tournament committee, which includes Ms. Sandra Pompey, Mr. Don Griffith, as well as, Mr and Mrs Jordan, would like to thank the National Lotteries Control Board, National Energy Corporation, Comfort Keepers Assisted Living Facility, and all other supporters for their generous and kind sponsorship and partial underwriting of tournament costs.

Teams interested in registering to participate: 
Ms. Sandra Pompey, Team Co-ordinator
(868) 495-8302
Sandra.Pompey@hotmail.com

Companies or Individuals interested in sponsorship opportunities:
Mr. Brian K. Jordan, Chairman
(868) 389-0516
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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #14 on: October 09, 2021, 08:05:31 PM »
Next Level Consulting, Limited U-19 Community Invitational Tournament welcomes Tobago!
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Soon many of the nation’s top under 19 football teams will be able to get back on the football field to compete for the Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament 2021_22 Championship title. The tournament expects to kickoff on December 18th of this year, once the organizing committee receives requisite approvals from the Ministry of Health, Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Ministry of Sport and the Normalization Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).

Tournament Chairman, Mr. Jordan stated, “We had a very cordial meeting with Mr. Hadad of the TTFA Normalization Committee, as well as, the TTFA General Secretary, Mr. Mohammed, and the Technical Director, Mr. LaFoucade recently. We appreciated them taking the time to meet as part of their due diligence. Like their predecessors, they now have a better idea as to our organization and how advanced and detailed our planning is. They were made aware we have also sent to the CMO, and Minister of Health, a very stringent set of Covid-19 protocols for review, input, and potential approval ahead of kickoff. In accordance, with our safety first and foremost approach, our committee would have developed those protocols with the assistance of experienced local based medical professionals.”

He added, “We now officially have the best Tobago youth teams and talent registered. Also, quite a few teams, including a few from the Secondary School Football League, have reached out to us inquiring about participating this season. With only a few remaining slots, we expect to be closing out registrations soon in both islands.”

Co-owner of Next Level Consulting, Limited, and Tournament Public Relations Officer (PRO), Mrs. Germaine Jordan announced, “We are incredibly happy that so many stakeholders continue to see the value in this tournament, including our fantastic teams, match officials, supporters, communities and last but not least, our valued sponsors. Everyone can again expect a professionally run tournament showcasing many of our young talent vying for national selection, scholarships, and furthering their careers in a sport we all love.”

The NLCL tournament committee, which includes Ms. Sandra Pompey, Mr. Don Griffith, as well as, Mr and Mrs Jordan, would like to thank the National Lotteries Control Board, National Energy Corporation, Comfort Keepers Assisted Living Facility, and all other supporters for their generous and kind sponsorship and partial underwriting of tournament costs.

Teams interested in registering to participate: 
Ms. Sandra Pompey, Team Co-ordinator
(868) 495-8302
Sandra.Pompey@hotmail.com

Companies or Individuals interested in sponsorship opportunities:
Mr. Brian K. Jordan, Chairman
(868) 389-0516
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« Reply #15 on: November 25, 2021, 12:30:31 PM »
NLCL U-19 Community Invitational Tournament is now the NLCL Under 19 Community Cup
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Next Level Consulting Limited is rebranding their third annual Invitational Tournament! As soon as we return to sporting activities and the Ministry of Health and the CMO gives permission, the nation’s largest private under 19 football tournament would be known as the NLCL Under-19 Community Cup according to its organizers.

“Having grown in short order from ten teams all based in Trinidad in 2019, to sixteen teams between Trinidad & Tobago, we consulted with a few leading public relations and marketing professionals, and overwhelmingly, they all concurred that a simple renaming and rebranding exercise was in order, to properly reflect the national status of the tournament.” Tournament Chairman, Mr. Brian Jordan expanded further, “As part of this exercise, we have hired event management and sponsorship guru - Mr. Matthew Dasent to assist the NLCL on this journey and we are confident in his team to professionally handle the various elements involved.”

Why a fete promoter? Many football enthusiasts may ask. However, Matthews’ employment at past manufacturing stalwarts such as Carib Brewery and the House of Angostura, along with staging iconic events like Reggae on the Bay and Tuesday on the Rocks all have given Mr. Dasent ample knowledge and experience which the tournament requires to take it to the next level. Mr. Dasent mentioned, “Being in the event promotion and management space for more than two decades, I totally get the vision and the passion from Mr. Jordan and his committee. For quite some time, sports, specifically football, have been ripe for expansion and adding a more entertainment driven strategy in this new normal give us the space to expand and explore.” He added, “This tournament typically kicks off in the Christmas season and would run through the hectic Carnival season. Once completed, I’m very sure there will be quite a few more corporate sponsors and fans who will also want to play their part in supporting our young talented national footballers and their communities, while taking advantage of the television and other media coverage the tournament offers.”

Tournament Public Relations Officer, Mrs. Germaine Jordan, reiterated, “This is another great example of a strategic partnership which will bring added value to national youth football, and we are working on quite a few more exciting partnerships. Keeping in mind our title sponsor is primarily in the safety and security business. As such, our organizing committee and all of our registered teams from both islands await receiving the requisite approvals from the Ministry of Health, Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Ministry of Sports, and the Normalization Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). This would be in strict accordance with our partners, as well as, our own safety first and foremost approach, which we all feel is most prudent at this time.”

As always, the NLCL tournament committee, which includes Ms. Sandra Pompey, Mr. Don Griffith, as well as, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan, would like to thank SOCO Restaurant (NYC), the National Lotteries Control Board, National Energy Corporation, Comfort Keepers Assisted Living Facility, and all other supporters for their generous and kind sponsorship and partial underwriting of tournament costs.

Teams interested in registering to participate:   
Ms. Sandra Pompey, Team Co-ordinator
(868) 495-8302
Sandra.Pompey@hotmail.com
 
Companies or Individuals interested in sponsorship opportunities:
Mr. Brian K. Jordan, Chairman
(868) 389-0516
Nextlvlconsulting@yahoo.com
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Re: U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #16 on: January 23, 2022, 06:11:39 PM »
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« Reply #17 on: January 24, 2022, 07:20:55 AM »
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« Reply #18 on: January 24, 2022, 11:28:26 AM »
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« Reply #19 on: January 24, 2022, 04:00:43 PM »
Once the shot is taken ... safe zone club football ... I don't think men could sweat
Think they said 90% of the club footballers were vaccinated. Hope the leagues can be fast tracked and started by March month end for the latest. We need these fellas fit

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WATCH: Highlights of the 2022 NLCL U-19 Community Cup Match Day One: Trendsetter Hawks 1-2 Soccer Made Simple; Malabar Young Stars 3-1 Creek Sports and Cultural Club

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Re: NLCL U-19 Community Invitational Tournament
« Reply #21 on: May 10, 2022, 05:14:28 PM »
Lights out at the Velodrome! Police intervention thwarts Malabar in NLCL U-19 clash with leaders, SMS.
By Roneil Walcott (Wired868)


Malabar Young Stars were leading Soccer Made Simple 3-1 in the 83rd minute of their Next Level Consultant Ltd (NLCL) Under-19 Community Cup match at the Arima Velodrome when a police officer strolled on to the field and ordered referee Oswald Samuel to instantly blow off the game.

Less than 10 minutes later, around 9:40pm, the lights at the Velodrome went off, with players, technical staff and supporters still making their way through the car park area.

“We saw the police officer just walk out on the field and at first I thought it was a warrant for an arrest or something […] The police stopped the game for whatever personal and other reasons not really related to football. Ten minutes to go in a youth under-19 game. I don’t see any reason why they couldn’t continue the game.”

Like so many other spectators, technical staff and a sprinkling of media personnel, Soccer Made Simple manager Stephen Williams was trying to make sense of it all.

Present at the Velodrome was the NLCL U-19 Community Cup chairman and tournament organiser Brian Jordan, who promptly offered Wired868 an explanation, having reached out to Arima Borough Corporation CEO Cheryl Sirju-Chong via cellphone.

“I was called about five minutes ago by the superintendent of the Arima Borough Corporation Police,” a bewildered Jordan explained, “and advised that they were expecting to be here until 9pm. And I advised her that all of our documentation, including an email as recent as Wednesday, said, ‘no, we’ll be here until 10pm’. Chances are it’s a miscommunication…”

While still on the call with Sirju-Chong, Jordan attempted to pass the phone to the officer who had walked onto the field and ordered the game to be stopped. The officer, however, declined to speak to the CEO, stating that he took his orders from his boss.

Jordan continued, “The police indicated that they weren’t able to reach the CEO [Sirju-Chong] but they did reach the deputy CEO [Walter Thomas] who advised that they should shut the game and the lights down if there wasn’t a cash payment made on the spot for the extra hour that the officers deemed would be additional duty.

“Now, mind you, I booked the venue until 10pm so I didn’t expect to have this conversation…”

“What was the cash amount being requested?” inquired Wired868.

“There was just demand of a cash payment and when I said ‘no, we need to clear this up’, nobody said this was the amount,” said Jordan. “When I contacted the CEO, [she] said ‘No, this should not be happening’…”

Sirju-Chong instructed, via Jordan’s call to her, that the lights be put back on.

They were indeed back on in the Velodrome just before 10pm. But by that time, players had already changed out of their kits, the stands were empty and Jordan, the technical staff of both teams and Samuel and his officiating crew were in something of an emergency meeting in one of the changing rooms.

“Have no way I going back out dey,” exclaimed a player from the Malabar outfit. “I done cold like dog nose!”

The 80-plus minutes of entertaining action, during which time Malabar striker Jorel Grant notched a brace in the top-of-the-table Group A clash, proved to be a mere footnote to the night’s proceedings.

But it was an intriguing game which saw Malabar shooting out of the blocks against the Group A leaders and giving them more than they could handle on the night.

Slender in built but strong on the ball and with feet nearly as quick as Usain Bolt’s, Grant proved to be a handful for the defenders all game. His mazy 37th minute item summed up his night’s work nicely, the Grant puzzle proving a bit too perplexing for the Soccer Made Simple team to figure out last night.

Until the NLCL organising committee makes a final decision, Malabar will remain on six points, with Soccer Made Simple’s nine points topping Group A.

In the earlier Group A game, Cantaro United got a brace from their nippy forward Jaydon Charles to register a facile 4-1 win over cellar-placed Creek S&CC and climb to seven points.

In truth, with better finishing, Charles could have had a beaver trick on the evening. Still, his two items were delightful on the eye as on both occasions he left the Creek defence and goalkeeper Joash Harris in his wake with some nifty skill before applying clinical close-range finishes.

Also, for the second Thursday running, Charles’ Cantaro teammate Nathaniel ‘Bubba’ Perouse strode around the park like he owned the place and added another free-kick goal to his collection, beating Harris from some 30-plus yards with a wicked, dipping right-footed effort just before the 70-minute mark.

“Who he feel he is boy? He feel he is Cristi awa?” joked one Malabar player looking on from the stands as Bubba, hands akimbo, stood at the beginning of his long run-up.

He may not be Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo but the 21-year-old Bubba sure can hit ’em. And yesterday, the former SSFL League and Intercol winner helped Cantaro to knock Creek’s lights out at the Arima Velodrome.

The Arima Borough Police would later literally knock the lights out at the Velodrome as well.

Reached for comment, D’Abadie O’Meara MP and former Arima mayor Lisa Morris-Julian expressed her shock and displeasure, adding that she will be formally writing deputy CEO Thomas to ascertain precisely what caused the abrupt stoppage.

“Malabar Young Stars’ [manager] Clint Busby and his wife are doing yeoman service in the D’Abadie/O’Meara constituency and also in the Arima Borough,” Morris-Julian said. “This is very disappointing. We must support our young people and we must support our sport teams and local teams. I really don’t understand what took place and I’ll be looking forward to a report on the incident.”

Jordan too was visibly upset.

“With our tournament trying to reach out to communities around the country,” he said. “This was Arima’s chance to shine. Two teams playing at home and, unfortunately, it’s a very sad moment in football.”

By the time Jordan’s meeting with Samuel’s officiating team and the coaching personnel ended, the decision had been made to abandon the game. However, going forward, Jordan is uncertain with regards to the next step and he says he and the tournament’s organising committee will have to come to a decision soon.

He did state, though, that the NLCL U-19 Community Cup is running on a very tight schedule and at this juncture he’s not overly optimistic about the game being rescheduled. There will also be no more games at the Arima Velodrome.

Citing his disappointment with the police’s intervention, Williams himself, (not to be mistaken with former acting commissioner of police Stephen Williams), noted that he’s also uncertain about the steps to be taken from here.

“For me personally, I don’t have an opinion on if they should award the points to anybody. I don’t even know what to think about it,” said Williams, who admitted that his team started in a lackadaisical fashion—going behind after just 40 seconds, thanks to a rasping effort from outside the area by Malabar midfielder Jadon Durity.

“It would be very unfair to Malabar if we were to play over the game because the game is incomplete. Also, it is very weird to come out and warm up here for 25 minutes and play eight minutes or ten minutes of a game. It’s kinda up in the air…

“I think it’s very distasteful […] the police could be a bit smarter in their choices and what they deem to be doing the correct thing,” Williams continued. “The police officer could’ve stayed outside and let the linesman call the referee, come to the side and talk and then say, ‘well, the game has to come to end’. Then the referee could have blown off the game.

“But he decided to walk on the field which would look a way. It’s a bit much but that’s how the cookie crumbles today.”

Williams said Soccer Made Simple will concede the result without playing the final seven minutes of the affair, which means Malabar should officially claim the three points before the end of the weekend.

Malabar now lead SMS on goal difference in Group A. But things are only just starting, one suspects, to warm up.

(Teams)

Malabar Young Stars (4-3-3): 1.Isaiah Villaroel (GK); 3.Ethan Friday, 13.Keishawn Carter, 5.Josiah Shade, 4.Nicholas Franklyn; 10.Tayshaun Cummings, 6.Jean-Marc Williams, 8.Jadon Durity (captain); 11.Anthony Wells (14.Ezekiel La Rose 74), 9.Jorel Grant, 7.Nyron Dyer.

Unused substitutes: 2.Matthew Lezama, 15.Gillano Nesbitt, 16.Terell Latapy, 17.Kadeem Maloney.

Coach: Yunus Abdullah

Soccer Made Simple (4-2-3-1): 1.Tyrece Romain (GK); 11.Kosi Charles, 4.Yohance Atherton, 3.Shaheim O’Brian, 2.Levi Smith (19.Jaedon Bobb 72); 6.Javon Thomas, 8.Israel Copeland (captain); 15.Shemar Paul (17.Nicholai Alexander 46), 9.Micah Nelson, 5.Tyree Sammy (14.Elijah Wong 58); 7.Terron Miller.

Unused substitutes: 10.Mickail Jackson, 12.Jaheim Creed-Harry, 16.Moses Mitchell, 20.Jaheim Patrick.

Coach: Lester Young

Referee: Oswald Samuel

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Creek Sports and Cultural Club (3-5-2): 1.Joash Harris (GK); 4.Jordon McLean (2.Kareem Sealy 52), 15.Ferron James (5.Kalam Lander 86), 21.Renaldo Tidd; 6.Yohance Ngsaye, 10.Abraham Martin, 8.Kristan Williams (14.Jeremiah Barker 60), 7.Revaldo Patrick, 12.Joshua Patrick; 9.Imani Lewis, 11.Nikolai Marshall (3.Dejay Jackson 57).

Unused substitutes: 16.Jahmiah Davis, 17.Isaac Belmontes, 20.Tyrese McCollin.

Coach: Lincoln Augustus

Cantaro United (4-3-3): 00.Stephon Langaigne (GK); 2.Jeremiah Kennedy, 8.Keishaugn Pridar-Williams, 4.Kareem Pope, 16.Jahdell Alexander; 9.Quincy Eustache, 10.Nathaniel Perouse, 13.Yohan Perouse; 19.Dimitri Rayside, 7.Jaydon Charles, 5.Atiba O’Brien (12.Darnell Crosby 73).

Coach: Stephan David

NLCL Under-19 Community Cup

(Thursday 5 May)

Creek S&CC 1 (Abraham Martin 79), Cantaro United 4 (Jaydon Charles 18, 49, Joash Harris OG 43, Nathaniel Perouse 68) at Arima Velodrome;

Malabar Young Stars 3 (Jadon Durity 1, Jorel Grant 37, 55), Soccer Made Simple 1 (Shaheim O’Brian 48) at Arima Velodrome;

*Match abandoned in 83rd minute after police intervention.

AC Port of Spain 3, Trendsetter Hawks 4 at Mandela Park;

Pt Fortin Youth Academy 1, Gasparillo Youths 1 at Techier Ground, Pt Fortin;

Pitchmen FC 0, Cunupia FC 0;

Moruga FC 0, Cox Football Academy 0 at Grand Chemin Recreation Ground.

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« Reply #22 on: May 10, 2022, 11:59:54 PM »
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« Reply #23 on: May 11, 2022, 11:14:06 PM »
>:(  :frustrated:

Could You all believe this ?