Petit Valley/Diego Martin United captured the League Two crown after a dramatic day of action on Saturday, in the Trinidad and Tobago Super League.
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FC Santa Rosa’s Big Cannons, are well on course to successfully defend its League One crown in the T&T Super League after Sunday’s 2-0 triumph over WASA FC, coupled with Hydro Tech Guaya United’s goalless draw with Cunupia FC.
League One champions in the T&T Super League FC Santa Rosa was booted out of the League Cup on Thursday afternoon, after falling 2-0 to unlikely match favourites Prisons FC of the League Two Division.
The Trinidad and Tobago Super League’s (TTSL) bid to bring Brazilian legends Ronaldinho and Rivaldo to a playing field in Trinidad has hit a snag—another one!
Trinidad and Tobago 2006 World Cup veteran striker, Cornell Glen, has committed his foreseeable future to UTT in League One of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League.
Prisons FC became the first team to be officially promoted to the Trinidad and Tobago Super League - League One on Saturday after a thrilling 4-2 victory at YTC Arouca against Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd (PVDMU).
GUAYA UNITED got two goals apiece from Keston Frontin and Carlon Hughes as they humiliated Youth Stars 8-0 on Wednesday, at the Guayaguayare Recreation Ground, in the second round of the Caribbean Football Trust Limited (CFTL)- sponsored League Cup competition.
League Two in the Trinidad and Tobago Super League is drawing to a dramatic close with the top two teams – Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd (PVDMU) and Prisons FC, going head to head on Saturday 23 September at 4 pm with a spot in League One up for grabs.
Guaya United remains firmly bolted to the top of the T&T Super League despite drawing its game against Police over the weekend. Guaya would feel it squandered a chance to pull away at the top after Carlon Hughes scored two goals in two minutes in the first half.