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Minor Leagues

Young stars shine at Sando Football tourney

Twenty-seven teams competed recently at the ninth edition of the San Fernando Future Football Stars tournament held at Skinner Park, San Fernando.

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Glensdale unveils new uniform

GLENSDALE Football Club which was founded in 1956, in the Upper Malabar area of Arima unveiled the latest version of its famous wine and gold football kit, at the club’s much anticipated second annual “walking football match” staged at the “George Boyce Recreation Ground”, Mausica , on Sunday April 13th, 2014.

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‘Foundation’ on fire in Guinness

Foundation Fire made a statement when they won their third Guinness Street Football Challenge Central Zone title at the Edinburgh 500 Basketball Court in Chaguanas last Saturday.

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Chelsea rise to Guinness challenge

Chelsea put behind them last year’s abrupt end to their run in the national final of the Guinness Street Football Challenge when they defeated North-East zonal champion Untouchables 1-0 in this year’s championship match at the Jean Pierre Complex in Port of Spain on Saturday.

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Connection crush Crown Trace in Youth final

W CONNECTION crushed Crown Trace FC 4-0 at the Waterloo Secondary School Ground, to clinch the Carapichaima Youth Football Super League Under-8 title on April 5.

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Foreign Base top East in Guinness

Foreign Base top East in GuinnessForeign Base copped the East Zone title of the 2014 Guinness Street Football Challenge when they scored a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Ballers on the back of a Kwayme John double at the Maloney Basketball Court in Maloney last Saturday.

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Jordan Trace edge Edinburgh

Jordan Trace CRIL notched their second win of the season in the 2014 Lendore Village Football League when they secured a narrow 2-1 victory over Edinburgh 500 on Saturday.

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Enterprise land blow to Hard Knocks

Enterprise Life Sports created the biggest upset in the 2014 Lendore Village Football League when they handed the high-flying Hard Knocks FC a 2-1 defeat at the Chrissie Terrace Recreation Ground in Enterprise on Sunday.

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Scottish-born pushing Caribbean football to new heights

Soca Warriors Online (SWO) recently caught up with newly formed West Indies Football Association (WIFA) Manager and Scottish-born James Baird, as the former Tobago United player gave us a little insight on the future plans for WIFA.

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