As the National Super League Championship Division winds down, the race to the title is between leaders Cunupia FC and University of Trinidad and Tobago.
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A PAIR of second half goals from Keston Henry and Kevon Cornwall proved vital as Sports and Games FC Santa Rosa edged fourth-placed Guaya United 2-1 on Sunday in a Match Day 23 fixture of the National Super League Premiership Division.
Kevaughn Connell scored with eight minutes left on the clock as the University of T&T (UTT) salvaged a 2-2 draw with Cunupia FC to remain top of the T&T Football Association National Super League Championship Division on goal-difference.
Cunupia FC inched closer to lifting the T&T Football Association National Super League Championship Division title after earning hard fought 3-2 win over Central 500 Spartans at Hugo Francis Recreation Ground, Chaguanas, on Saturday night.
SPORTS AND Games FC Santa Rosa and Defence Force battled to a 2-2 draw on Sunday, in a topof- the-table showdown, as Match Day 21 action in the National Super League Premiership Division took place.
Organisers of the National Super League have announced that all results of matches played against Carenage United in the Championship Division of the National Super League have been nullified, after the club officially withdrew from the competition recently.
Sports and Games FC Santa Rosa coach Keith Look Loy is appealing for the best referees to be appointed when his team meets current champions Defence Force in the National Super League on Sunday at Defence Force Headquarters, Chaguaramas, from 3.30 pm.
Former champions Guaya United stand in the way as leaders Sports & Games FC Santa Rosa move closer to its first title after five years playing in the National Super League.
CUNUPIA FC remained at the top of the standings, despite a shock 2-1 defeat to the struggling Petit Valley/Diego Martin United at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva on Sunday.