San Juan Jabloteh, for the first time this season, are holding the lead in all three divisions in the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League.
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The top eastern clubs have now laid down their markers for next Saturday’s RBNYL’s national quarterfinals.
FORMER Sport Minister Brent Sancho and two former Central FC youth team coaches are all threatening court action over a dispute with regard to the youth football programme at the club.
Nathaniel James continued his brilliant scoring form this season a week ago, netting six goals in a 7-1 San Juan Jabloteh win over Central FC in the Under-13 division of the Flow 2017 Youth Pro League last Sunday.
Police FC Under-13 players struck a pot of goals under the sunshine of last Sunday when they whipped Morvant Caledonia United 11-0 at the Maracas Recreation Ground in the final match-day of Round One in the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League.
Police FC Under-13’s ten-game winning stretch came to a halt last Sunday when they were held to a 2-2 draw by visiting Defence Force at the St. James Barracks outside field in Round Two Match Day Two action of the Flow Youth Pro League 2017.
Keon Boney snatched the winner as his side, North East Stars, rebounded from the first half deficit to defeat Flow Youth Pro League Under-17 leaders San Juan Jabloteh 2-1 at the San Juan North Secondary Ground on Sunday.
Darius Douglas scored his second hat-trick of the season last Saturday but it wasn’t enough as the attacking midfielder and his St. Ann’s Rangers Under-15 team-mates were edged 4-3 by Defence Force in Round Two Match Day One of the Flow Youth Pro League 2017.
The goals continued to flow on the second weekend of the 2017 Republic Bank National Youth League (RBNYL) at Constantine Park in Tunapuna. The young footballers in the East lit up the Macoya ground, Pinto United SC providing most of the early entertainment.