Fri11282014

Last updateFri, 28 Nov 2014 7am

Minor Leagues

Chelsea edge Madrid in Shaka football

Liverpool defeated Arsenal 5-0 on Saturday as action continued in Shaka’s Champions League at the Aurtis Whitley Sporting Ground, Malick.

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T&TEC upset Plipdeco

T&TEC’s Damian Charles produced a splendid performance to help his team to a winning start as action continued in the SIS Industrial Football League on Wednesday.

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Footballer dies after scoring

A footballer collapsed and died during a training session at Skinner Park, San Fernando, on Friday.

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Champs GEMS win opener

Defending Premier Division champions Global Encounter Ministries (Gems) have  indicated they do not intend to surrender their Churches Football  League title which they have won for four of the  last five seasons.

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North East seeking Under -13s

FOOTBALLERS aged 13 years and under, in the North East region, are being invited to take part in a screening session on Saturday, from 9 am, at the Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, which is also known as the North Eastern Sporting Complex, Sangre Grande.

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Eddie Hart opens Sunday

A season of the longest running minor league football competition in the country, the Eddie Hart Football League, opens on Sunday at the Tacarigua Savannah.

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Mayaro Boys take league KO

Mayaro Boys kept their nerves to capture the opening knockout competition of the bpTT Mayaro Football League on a sudden-death penalty kick at the launch of the 2014 season on Saturday.

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Shaka’s Champions League kicks off

The inaugural Shaka’s Champions League kicked off on Saturday with two games including Arsenal versus Real Madrid and Bayern Munich versus Manchester City (all local teams) at the Aurtis Whitley sporting ground, Malick.

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Dwarika lead X Men to second spot in Barbados

ARNOLD DWARIKA led Trinidad and Tobago X Men to second spot at the 19th annual Barbados international masters football tournament last month in Barbados.

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