The 4-0 win for Mexico over Trinidad and Tobago was an amazing match that needed to wait until the final day of group day for excitements’ sake.
Trinidad & Tobago (2-0-0, 6 points) and Mexico (2-0-0, 6 points) remained perfect and became the first two teams to advance to the quarterfinals of the 2015 CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship, each winning for a second straight time at the Estadio de Futbol Playa on Sunday.
Former national defender Makan Hislop has been included in a 12-member national team to represent this country at the Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship carded for El Salvador from this weekend.
T&T’s national beach football team captured the 4th annual Bago Beach Soccer title at the Black Rock Heritage Park Beach, Courland on Sunday. In the finals late in the day, the T&T’s Beach Warriors got past Miami Soccer Lockers 3-1.
Former US beach soccer player, Benyam Astorga, is expected to be named coach of the Trinidad and Tobago beach soccer team for the upcoming CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championships scheduled to kick off in El Salvador from March 28 to April 5.
The BagoSports Beach Soccer Championship (BBSC) will be hosted at Turtle Beach, Tobago, from today until Sunday. This is the fourth instalment of the tournament, which will feature some of the top men’s teams.
Canny midfielder Chad Appoo saw T&T celebrate its first ever victory as a recognised beach soccer team, when he scored a beautiful hat-trick to guide the team to a 5-0 triumph over Canada, in the Fifa Beach Soccer World Cup qualification tournament in Nassau, The Bahamas, yesterday.