Play Whe San Juan Jabloteh enjoyed yet another unbeaten weekend in the Flow Youth Pro League to stay top of their respective Under-14, Under-16 and Under-18/Reserve Divisions.
National Youth League
SAN JUAN JABLOTEH continue to dominate all three categories in the Flow Youth Pro League, after victories over Police in the Under-14, Under-16 and Under-18/Reserve Divisions on Sunday, at the San Juan Secondary Ground.
AQUIL CAMPBELL and Jamal Gay each scored a pair as San Juan Jabloteh battered Morvant Caledonia United 6-2 on Saturday, in a Round One Match Day Seven fixture in the Flow Youth Pro League Under- 18/Reserve Division.
Club Sando’s Dillon Yearwood, hat-trick assaulted Police FC in their U16 encounter at the Police Barracks 6 – 0.
Keshon Hackshaw and Isaiah Lee were both on target as North East Stars blanked Club Sando 2-0 to join San Juan Jabloteh at the top of the Flow Youth Pro League Under-18/Reserve Division standings on Sunday.
San Juan Jabloteh were paired with one Mexican club, another from Nicaragua and one from Jamaica when the draw for Scotiabank CONCACAF Under-13 Champions League 2016 was made in Miami on Wednesday.
SAN JUAN Jabloteh twice rallied from a goal down to defeat Club Sando 4-2 on Sunday to stay top of the Under-18/Reserve Division, as the Flow Youth Pro League continued.
RICHARD ROY scored a double in a losing attempt, as Defence Force had a near perfect comeback before falling 4-3 to Point Fortin Civic in the Flow Youth Pro League on Sunday at Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin.
National youth team striker Brent Sam scored a goal in each half to lead San Juan Jabloteh to a 4-1 victory over North East Stars in the Under-18/Reserve Division of the Flow Youth Pro League on Sunday at Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande.