Keith Look Loy, centre, coach of FC Santa Rosa, makes a point at a press conference yesterday at Arima Town Hall. He is flanked by Clynt Taylor, left, general secretary of the Central Football Association, and Selby Browne, president of the Veteran Footballers Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago.
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Referees ended their boycott on Sunday, showing up at the Palo Seco Recreation Ground to officiate FC Santa Rosa's resounding 5-2 win over Siparia Spurs in a rescheduled Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) fixture.

In a contest that was surrounded by controversy and doubt with regards to the presence of match officials, head referee Roger Smith and his assistants Devon London and Junior Geoffrey all showed up for the 3.30pm kick off.

Noticeably absent was FC Santa Rosa coach Keith Look Loy and his assistant coach Jovan Rochford who were serving one-match bans for their verbal abuse of female referee Cecile Hinds.

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Super League Results

Super League Table

Rank Teams Played Points
1 FC Santa Rosa 18 41
2 Queen's Park FC 18 38
3 Prisons FC 18 36
4 Cunupia FC 18 33
5 Guaya United 17 32
6 Matura Reunited 18 28
7 Police FC SL 18 26
8 University of Trinidad & Tobago 17 20
9 RSSR FA 18 19
10 Petit Valley/Diego Martin United 18 19
11 Club Sando Moruga 18 15
12 Bethel United 18 14
13 San Fernando Giants 18 11
14 Erin FC 18 10