The 2016 Republic Bank National Youth League kicked off in the North Zone yesterday with matches in the Under-12 and Under-14 divisions at the Mucurapo West Secondary School in Port of Spain. This year, over 80 teams are expected to participate in the league with Republic Bank sponsoring for the past 21 years.
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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.
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.
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.