Trinidad and Tobago Pro League Chief Executive Officer Dexter Skeene says the rebranded Y League will transform football in Trinidad and Tobago.
National Youth League
Tyrique Sutherland scored twice in the first half to give San Juan Jabloteh a 2-0 win over hosts Point Fortin Civic in their Under-14 clash of the 2016 Youth Pro League last Sunday.
The Youth Pro League kicked of today with matches in the U14, U16 and U18/Reserve Divisions. Matches were played at various locations around the country.
Nicholas Dillon scored three goals on Wednesday to help Central FC to a comfortable 4-1 win over W Connection in a rescheduled Round One Match Day Two game of the Under-18/Reserve division of the 2016 Youth Pro League.
TREBLE WINNERS San Juan Jabloteh are seeking to renew their dominance on youth stage when the Youth Pro League 2016 kicks off today.
For the first 10 minutes of the game, both teams matched each other strength to strength. The Defence Force began to create opportunities on the right hand side with Terran Winner (right winger) giving Police defenders a tough time due to his nippy footwork and enticing crossing.
UPRISING YOUTHS, SKHY FC and San Juan Jabloteh emerged winners of the Under- 11, Under-13 and Under-15 divisions respectively when the Republic Cup National Youth Football League finals were run off Saturday at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar. Jabloteh came to the finals as the only club to have survived to the final four in every age group, but in the end, the titles were shared.
W CONNECTION emerged victorious in the Under-8 category in the 16th annual Carapichaima Youth Football Super League on Saturday.
SAN JUAN Jabloteh will be attempting to create history when the final phase of the annual Republic Bank National Youth League is played off at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Arima this coming Saturday.