THE UNIVERSITY of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) eliminated defending champs Guaya United from the 2016 edition of the National Super League Knockout tournament on Wednesday.
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A JACKPOT of $100,000 is at stake at the 2016 National Super League knockout competition, which kicks off today with seven matches on the schedule.
JOSIAH GRAZETTE netted twice as Central 500 Spartans fought back from a goal down to hammer Carenage United 4-1 in a rescheduled National Super League Championship Division Match Day Three meeting at the Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular, St James on Saturday.
DEFENCE FORCE pipped Bethel United 3-2 on Sunday in a rescheduled National Super League Premiership Division encounter at the Defence Force headquarters, Chaguaramas.
Keston Henry scored with five minutes left on the clock to salvage a 2-2 draw for FC Santa Rosa against 1976 FC Phoenix when matches in the T&T Football Association National Super League Premier Division resumed on Sunday.
SPORTS AND Games FC Santa Rosa edged Queen’s Park 4-3 on Sunday, to remain atop the 14-team standings in the National Super League Premiership Division.
Three different players were on target as Guaya United kicked off its title defence in the T&T Football Federation National Super League blink/bmobile knockout competition with a 3-1 defeat of Petit Valley United at New Lands Ground, Guaya on Wednesday.
ISAIAH MEJIAS scored a pair as the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) crushed Petit Valley/Diego Martin FC 4-1 on Saturday, in the Championship Division of the National Super League.