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.
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.
Take That and Cool It made easy of ZNS Tamana United with a comfortable 5-1 victory on July 22 as Group A kicked off in the Guaico Tamana 9-a-side Football League at the La Tosca Recreational grounds.
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.
WATERLOO STARLETS under- 16 girls footballers left for Canada for a two-week tour.
As part of its mandate to help kids become more active, Nestlé recently joined forces with the Football Factory Football Academy to host a successful summer camp focused on helping at-risk children. The Football Factory Summer Camp took place from August 1-5 at the Woodbrook Youth Facility in Port-of-Spain.
Old School picked up their first win of the season over the weekend in a come-from-behind victory over former champions Boys Town in the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League at the North Oropouche Recreation Ground. Old School were indebted to their goalie Akiel Timothy for sparking a phenomenal second half comeback to jumpstart their campaign.
G Madrid’s Deron Lewis netted his 10th and most important goal of the season so far in a tense 1-0 win over Manzanilla United in the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond League on Saturday. The victory preserved the reigning champions’ 100 percent record after five rounds and kept them atop the standings in difficult circumstances.
TWO BUDDING Trinidad and Tobago football stars –Judah Garcia and Jodel Brown – were chosen from among the top 42 aspiring footballers from the Caribbean and Central America to visit the United Kingdom and train at one of the biggest clubs in the world - the City Football Academy in Manchester, England.