THERE WERE mixed results for M12 Football Academy, in the finals of the 18th annual Carapichaima Youth Football Super League, on March 17 at the Chaguanas Indoor Sports Complex.
Flow and Manchester United Football Club have partnered to bring “The Ultimate Football Experience” to footballers across 15 Caribbean countries.
Hundreds of young footballers would assemble at the Hasely Crawford Stadium Training Field, Mucurapo today, all eager to net goals and showcase their skills at the AJI (Attin-Johnson Initiative) 3v3 Kids Soccer Tournament. Kick-off time is 9.30 am.
Jeremiah Thomas was names Player of the Year at Crown Trace FCs’ annual awards held last week at at Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain. Thomas got the main award as the club celebrates its top performers for 2017.
Cox Coaching School and M12 Football Revolution walked away with two titles in the Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players annual football fiesta.
The young budding players from the Ron La Forest Soccer Coaching Academy received words of advice from some of the country’s sporting icons Hasely Crawford, Everald ‘Gally’ Cummings and Kenwyne Jones when the school held its end of year function on Saturday at the Nelson Mandela Park, St Clair.
A hungry wolf is a dangerous creature and so too can be a Wolfe. Take That and Cool It lifted their second straight Fishing Pond ‘Big 8’ title on Saturday, coming back from the death in a nail-biting final against Boys Town to win on penalties after the game had ended 3-3.
Veteran Trinidad and Tobago women football team midfielder/striker Maylee Attin-Johnson was impressed with the 2017 edition of the AJI (Attin-Johnson Initiative) 3v3 Kids Soccer Tournament, which was held on Saturday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium Training Field, Mucurapo.
Take That and Cool It manager Sherwin ‘Pigeon’ Joseph has guaranteed victory on Saturday when his team comes up against Boys Town in the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond final at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground.