Dream Team handed Two Touch their second straight defeat on Thursday to move to the top of the standings as action continued in the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League. Playing at the North Oropouche Ground, Two Touch may have felt they were within touching distance of the former champions after a battling performance in their 1-0 loss to El Carmen 45 last week.
Boys Town made a strong start to the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League on Saturday, spanking Alescon FC 6-2 at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground.
Youth football coach Imran Roberto Gopaul more affectionately known as ‘Gopz’ is a strong believer in using sport as an avenue toward success for the youth of T&T. With this belief, and his love for football, the 28-year-old Gopaul has set out to establish his own youth club called Goodwood/La Puerta Eagles F.C which is an under 18 boys club team.
Defending champions Take That and Cool had to settle for a point on Saturday against Dream Team as the 2017 season of the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League kicked off with a battle between the present and past winners.
The 2017 edition of the popular Caribbean Welders 9-a-side Fishing Pond Football League kicks off on July 1 with teams vying for the first prize of $30,000.
Fitness Health Club Football League will be launched today with a Celebrity Charity football match, from 7-8 pm, at its location on Bonne Aventure Road, Gasparillo.
St. Ann’s Rangers Under-17 midfield prodigy Che Benny and Antigua and Barbuda’s Ronaldo Flowers will both jet off on Thursday, with their destination Manchester United in England, after winning the Flow Ultimate Football Experience 2017 challenge final at President’s Ground in St. Ann’s, Trinidad two weekends ago.
THE GALLY’S Football Finishing School (GFFS) will again host a series of specialist clinics to expose young players to the art of finishing throughout Trinidad and Tobago.
ONLOOKERS and spectators had a treat at the CariFin Games football tournament at the Republic Bank Sports Club in Barataria on Saturday, which saw Scotiabank emerge victorious.