Molik Khan continued his impressive start to the Flow 2017 Youth Pro League by netting four goals to power W Connection to a 7-0 win over their St. Ann’s Rangers Under-13 counterparts on Sunday at Trinity College ground in Moka.
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CROWN TRACE FC won the Boys Under-15 category while SKHY FC took the Boys Under-17 division in the 17th annual Carapichaima Youth Football Super League last Saturday, at the St Mary’s Recreation Ground in Freeport.
Dennis Lawrence, unknown to many, had walked in the shoes of those considered not good enough for the game.
Goals rained at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field on Sunday morning when hosts Club Sando defeated St. Ann’s Rangers 14-0 in the Under-13 division for their first win in two attempts in the Flow 2017 Youth Pro League.
DEFENDING champions SKHY FC made a rousing start to their 2017 campaign when they drubbed Edinburgh 500 Football Academy 10-0 in their Carapichaima Youth Football Super League Under 15 opener.
RANDY HARRIS and Jaron Pascall scored two goals apiece as Cap Off Youths trounced Marabella Crisis Centre 7-0 recently, at the St Mary’s Recreation Ground in Freeport, as the 17th annual Carapichaima Youth Football Super League continued.
THE 17th annual Carapichaima Youth Football League kicked off on Saturday last with action in the Under- 9, Under-11 and Under-13 age groups.
W Connection, San Juan Jabloteh and Police FC all came away with 100 per cent winning records from their three age-groups encounters when the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League kicked off on Sunday across Trinidad.
Hundreds of young budding footballers took part in the Second Annual Maylee Attin-Johnson 3v3 Football Tournament which was supported by the bmobile Foundation recently at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.