Dream Team stormed into the semi-finals of the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League last weekend with a 6-1 hammering of North Oropouche at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground. The 2013 winners were expected to be tested in what was billed as a tricky encounter but instead hit their opponents for six.
The ‘Big 8’ of the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League commences this weekend with a rematch of the 2015 final at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground. Defending champions G Madrid will play two-time losing finalists Gremio on Saturday with a place in the semifinal up for grabs.
Boys Town earned their first victory of the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League on Sunday to keep alive their faint hopes of qualifying for the ‘Big 8’. Playing at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground, nothing would come easy for the former champions who had to toil for the three points.
A resurgent Boys Town squeaked into the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League ‘Big 8’ competition yesterday with a 4-0 thrashing of Take That and Cool It at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground.
Hundreds of young budding footballers in T&T, boys and girls, have improved their chances of making it to their school, club or the national team after their involvement in Gally’s Football Finishing School (GFFS), put on by former national coach Everald ‘Gally’ Cummings and designed to create well-rounded individuals through the sport of football.
After the intense preselection, clinic and academy phases of the Digicel Kickstart programme, two youngsters from Trinidad and Tobago are closer to realising their football dreams. Jodel Brown and Judah Garcia will on October 19 travel to Manchester, England for an opportunity of a lifetime.
THE Ministry of Sport/Clark and Battoo- sponsored Tyro Sports Club Seven-a- Side Open Division football tournament’s Big Eight contest will get going tomorrow with a double-header at Bourg Mulatresse, Santa Cruz.
“GALLY” CUMMINGS was recently back doing what he loves most these days. That is, coaching.
AT THE final whistle today, one team, one community will be $50,000 richer and can boast of being the best team in the city of Port of Spain.