REIGNING champions Guaya United have exited the TT Super League (TTSL) League Cup knock-out competition at the first round after a shock loss on penalties to San Fernando Giants on Sunday.
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A BRACE each from Brandon Calliste and Nathan Julien saw Prison Service move up three places into fourth with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Metal X Erin FC in a rescheduled TT Super League fixture on Thursday.
Former national youth player, Kishun Seecharan, scored a pair of second-half goals to seal FC Santa Rosa’s 4-1 defeat of Metal X Erin FC, and with it move to the top of the T&T Super League on Wednesday night.
STAR midfielder Sean de Silva scored his eighth goal of the campaign before Kern Gardiner confirmed the win with a late effort as Queen's Park defeated Club Sando 2-1 Saturday to once again go clear in the TT Super League standings.
THE TT Super League saw an interested turn of events last evening as FC Santa Rosa became the new leaders following a 2-0 away win over Prison Service, at the Youth Training Centre (YTC) Ground, Arouca.
Carlon Hughes fired in a hat-trick to leads defending champions Guaya United to a 4-1 spanking of Matura ReUnited when the T&T Super League continued on Sunday at the Guaya Recreation Ground.
Queen’s Park Cricket Club lead at the top of the T&T Super League standings is down to three points, after a second straight drawn result on Thursday.
ANOTHER standout performance from league-leading goal-scorer Kevon Woodley saw Cunupia FC go joint top again in the T&T Super League standings on Sunday, with their Match Day 11 4-0 thumping win over Petit Valley/ Diego Martin United.
Four different players were on target to lead FC Santa Rosa to a come-from-behind win against Petit Valley/Diego Martin United 4-1 in the lone T&T Super League round nine fixture on Wednesday.