BON AIR FC took revenge for their loss to Parliament FC in last season's final with a 1-0 win over the league champions to take home the Community Shield at the opening of the 43rd edition of the Eddie Hart Football League (EHFL) at the Eddie Hart Savannah (EHS) last Sunday.
A double strike by "bound-to-score" striker Carlon Hughes propelled frontrunners Mayaro Spurs to a 2-0 victory over fellow contenders Mafeking United last Sunday as action continued in the Senior Division of the 2009 bpTT Mayaro Football League.
Over forty of the best teams from every point in Trinidad and Tobago will come together for the finale of the Republic Bank Right Start Cup Youth Football Tournament, which takes place on Sunday 9th August 2009 at the Casuals Corner, Queen’s Park Savannah. After seven preliminary rounds, the top ten teams from each age group were qualified to play in the finals.
This was announced by president of the EHFL, Eddie Hart when he addressed clubs on Thursday night at the Bally Street Community Centre in Tacarigua on the 2009 season. According to Hart, he and the Chief Defence of Staff Brigadier Edmund Dillon, a past player in the EHFL, will complete the party that will be taking the salute at the EHS this afternoon.
KEVON CORNWALL scored a hat-trick of goals to lead Joe Public on their triumphant march in the FA Trophy series in the Emerald Apartments and Plaza-sponsored Eastern Football Association.
THE 43rd edition of the popular Eddie Hart League opens on Sunday at the Eddie Hart Grounds, Tacarigua at 2 pm with a parade of teams. Eighty teams have registered to participate in the league which consists of six divisions — Under-13, Under-15, Under-19, Under-21, Premier and women’s.
VALTRIN scored a shock 1-0 victory over Carib FC in the Premiership Division of the Emerald Apartments & Plaza-sponsored Eastern Football Association for the Arthur “Jap” Brown Memorial Trophy.
Clint Marcelle Football Academy, Defence Force and Trendsetter Hawks were among those taking the top honours as the 14th edition of the Republic Bank RightStart Cup Youth Football Tournament came to an interesting and entertaining conclusion on Sunday at the Queen's Park Savannah.
CARIB FC and Joe Public, the Eastern Lions, remained unbeaten after five matches in the Premiership Division in this year’s Emerald Apartments and Plaza-sponsored Eastern Football Association for the Arthur “Jap” Brown Memorial Trophy.