AKEEM ROACH netted a hat-trick as The Harvard Club spanked Mayaro Spurs 5-2 on Match Day Two of the Under-17 Division, of the National Youth Football League which took place on Sunday.
National Youth League
SEVENTEEN clubs, participating in three age groups, will contest the 2011 season of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation's National Youth League, which kicks off today.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation is finalizing an approach towards standardizing its youth competitions in all of the regional associations for the 2011 season and beyond.
The T&T Football Federation launched its revamp National Youth League yesterday during a media conference held at Jaffa’s Restaurant, Queen’s Park Oval, Tragarete Road. Announced at the function, this year’s league will feature competition in the Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 age groups and will be organised by All Sports Promotions. The league will run at a cost of $650,000 which is being provided by Fifa’s “Win in Concacaf with Concacaf” programme.
The second Fifa-endorsed National Youth League kicks off tomorrow at various venues, including Waterloo Secondary School in the South, Marvin Lee Stadium in the East and Debe Recreation Ground in the West.