After two attempts, Beetham club RSSR led by Ruthvin Charles has finally won the Northern Football Association (NFA) Knock Out Title.
THE COMMUNITY of San Rafael can now enjoy playing and watching football at their refurbished Brazil Recreation Ground.
Darryl Smith, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, will be joined by Maxie Cuffie, Member of Parliament for La Horquetta/Talparo, at the finals of the constituency’s Football League which kicks off at 3.30 p.m. tomorrow at the newly-refurbished Brazil Recreation Ground.
It was a brilliant goal by Kiddell Lewis in the 73rd minute that took Caution FC to winner’s row in the Knockout Division final of the bpTT Razack Jan Memorial Mayaro Football League at the Mafeking Recreation Ground last weekend.
FORMER CHAMPIONS Boys Town will tackle Take That and Cool It tomorrow in what is expected to be one of the most intriguing finals of the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League at 3 pm. The third place play-off will precede the final with Dream Team meeting 2015 winners G Madrid at 1 pm.
Take That and Cool It defeated Boys Town 3-2 in extra time on Saturday to edge a hard fought final in the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League and pocket the $30,000 first prize. Boys Town had to ‘cool it’ with second place and $7,000 while 2015 winners G Madrid edged Dream Team on penalties in the battle for third place.
GRANDE PRAISE will defend their Churches Football League Knockout title on November 26, at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Arima. The 2015 winners will battle Church on the Rock in the final, starting at 3 pm.
CROWN TRACE Football Club, a beacon of light in the community of Enterprise, Chaguanas, is seeking the assistance of kind-hearted citizens in their drive to raise $100,000 towards the purchase of a team bus.
Boys Town are one win away from winning the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond 9-a-side Football League and pocketing $30,000. Two months ago, however, one loss would have seen them miss out from even qualifying for the knockout stage of the tournament. But after six straight defeats to start the season, Boys Town have reeled off eight consecutive victories and seemingly can do no wrong even when they do everything wrong.