RUNDELL WINCHESTER, Trinidad and Tobago’s teenage football sensation, is certainly enjoying life at the moment.
First Citizens Cup
TRINIDAD AND Tobago striker Rundell Winchester was delighted having scored the winning goal on Friday evening, in Central FC’s 2-1 win over Defence Force in the final of the First Citizens Cup at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.
Central FC goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams and coach Terry Fenwick continued the war of words with Couva rivals DIRECTV W Connection today as they accused one of the Pro League’s most illustrious clubs of turning its back on local talent.
Nineteen year old Central FC attacker, Rundell Winchester, set up a crucial equalizer before scoring the winner on Friday night, in a 2-1 come from behind win over Defence Force in the Final of the 2013 First Citizens Cup at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
CALEDONIA AIA are probably going through one of their most miserable periods in the club’s 34-year-old history but the team’s founder and coach Jamaal Shabazz remains optimistic of a positive turn-around.
Defence Force head coach Russell Russell will lead his battalion to war on Friday against Central FC in the Final of the 2013 First Citizens Cup from 8pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. The mission: To lift the title that is very close to their hearts.
It will be a case of two derbies, one rich in history and the other relatively new in terms of the clubs, but not their coaches when the First Citizens Cup resumes with a semifinal double-header at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva from 6 pm today.
Both Defence Force and Central FC booked themselves into the Final of the 2013 First Citizens Cup via 4-3 and 3-2 penalty wins respectively on Friday night at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
Shifted goalposts, Facebook jabs and coveted captains were all part of an increasingly acrimonious build-up to tonight’s Couva derby as DIRECTV W Connection and Central FC prepare for a hotly contested First Citizens Cup semi-final clash from 8 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium.