The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association wishes to extend heartfelt congratulations to Crown Trace FC on its successful participation at the Manchester Easter Cup in Manchester last weekend.
The team from Crown Trace, Enterprise finished runners up after losing the final 1-0 to Dungannon United of Republic of Ireland.
“We took part in the class E 2004 bracket which was one of the most competitive categories with teams from Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, south Africa and England with us being the lone Caribbean participant,” club head coach and founder Nicholas Griffith told TTFA Media.
Crown Trace topped its group with seven points with a 6-1 win over AFC Rustenburg of South Africa, 4-0 over Leeds AFC of Ireland and drew 0-0 with Karlslunde IF. They defeated VV de Zouaven 1-0 in the semi finals.
“The club is happy to offer such great opportunities to youngsters to measure themselves on an international scale and to gain such experience,” Griffith added.
“Many youngsters from the entire central region were selected and also from the wider community of Trinidad when we hosted a screening in January. We remain hopeful to continue to provide such opportunities for many youngsters once we continue to get the necessary support,” Griffith added.