Trinidad and Tobago's Junior Mafia contingent, from left, Derrick Balthazar, Kerry Joseph, Noel Williams, Jerwyn Balthazar, Kwesi Petersen, Keston Balthazar and Cyrano Glen.

Trinidad and Tobago's Junior Mafia booked their passage to the quarterfinal round of the 2016 Guinness Street Football Challenge Grand Caribbean Finals when they defeated Fantastic of St Lucia 1-0, in their final Group A fixture at Reduit Beach, Rodney Bay, In St Lucia, yesterday.

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TOP THREE: The top three players who were selected from the clinic to represent Trinidad and Tobago, Trevis Byron, third from left, Judah Garcia, centre, and Jodel Brown, third from right. —Photo courtesy Digicel

Jodel Brown, Judah Garcia and Trevis Byron were the three Trinidadian youngsters selected to participate in the Digicel Academy which will give them the opportunity to be selected to train in England, at the Manchester City elite training and youth development facility.

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CHAMPS: Real Madrid FC’s team leader Kareem Creighton, centre, and Anthony Thompson, fourth from right, pose with their teammates and Guinness promotional representatives after emerging victorious at the 2016 Guinness Street Football Challenge’s Northern Division playoffs at the Jean Pierre Complex, Port of Spain, on Saturday.

SATURDAY’S championship match in the 2016 Guinness Street Football Challenge northern division playoffs at the Jean Pierre Complex in Port of Spain could have been classified a virtual Champions League showdown, as it pitted 2014 national and regional champions Chelsea against 2011 North East zonal winners Real Madrid FC.

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