Devorn Jorsling scored five goals, with his first three converted from the penalty spot, as Defence Force’s Pro League outfit marched into the FA Trophy 2017 Round-of-16 with a comprehensive 10-0 win over Eastern Football Association (EFA) side Trinity Rangers last Sunday.
Guaya United, the current Super League leaders, avoided a monster clash against Pro League 2017 front runners North East Stars and W Connection in last week’s random draw of the 2017 FA Trophy Round-of-32—but Ron La Forest’s Green Army were pitted against the PL’s third-placed Club Sando, an outfit coached by his close friend and past student of the game, Angus Eve.
Thirty-one matches have been scheduled for this weekend, as 62 vie for the $100,000 winner’s cheque at stake when the T&T Football Association National FA Trophy Competition gets underway at the weekend with matches across T&T.
T&T Pro League’s Police FC will take their place in the round-of-32 in the T&T Football Federation FA Trophy competition after a protest lodged by its round-of-64 opponent, WASA FC of the T&T Super League was dismissed by the Competition Committee.
Title holders North East Stars must travel to second tier club Siparia Spurs when the 2017 FA Trophy competition kicks off on the weekend of September 16-17 with the Round of 64.
Club Sando head coach Angus Eve will come face to face in competition with head coach Ron La Forest, one of the men he credits for his success in football, when his Pro League outfit hosts Guaya United in the 2017 FA Trophy.
Club Sando head coach Angus Eve is thrilled by the return of the prestigious Trinidad and Tobago FA Trophy after a two-year hiatus—with the new 2017/18 edition, involving 64 teams, commencing on September 16.
Pro League powerhouse W Connection flexed their muscles against lower league side Tamana United on Sunday, trashing the Eastern Counties Football Union (ECFU) outfit 12-0 in the 2017 FA Trophy Round-of-64 action ahead of Tuesday’s Pro League clash against bitter Couva rivals Central FC.
T&T’s most prestigious football tournament, the National FA is set to return after a two-year hiatus, but the Central Football Association (CFA) being led by businessman Shymdeo Gosine, could have no representative teams.