Sun, May


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.

Santana Smith bagged a beaver-trick, netting in the 20th, 25th, 35th and 45th minutes for the Sando U13s, who were defeated 3-1 by San Juan Jabloteh in their opening game of the YPL season a week ago.

The Sando U13 team’s rebound, which moved them three spots up into third on the standings, also included two hat-tricks and a double under the morning sunshine, but narrowly won their Under-17 clash 2-1 against the St. Ann’s club later in the afternoon after losing by the same score in the Under-15 division.

Anthony Williams, with goals in the 4th, 9th and 39th minutes, and Jeremiah Ottway, finding the back of the Rangers net in the 11th, 59th and 63rd minutes, both ended with three goals each to their names for the Sando U13’s.

Tyrique Lucas started the Sando onslaught with the opening goal in the 2nd minute and got to his double ten minutes later. Llon Hospedales and Joshua Kesney chipped in with a goal each in the 6th and 61th minutes, respectively, to contribute to the biggest result of the new YPL season thus far.

Point Fortin Civic, however, leads the U13 standings with maximum 6 points without kicking a ball, having won their opening fixtures against Morvant Caledonia United and North East Stars by default.

Civic, who also picked up full points by default from North East Stars in the Under-15 and Under-17 divisions on Sunday, also leads the U-15 standings with maximum points but sits fifth on the U17 standings having lost their opening game in that division 2-1 against Morvant Caledonia.

Police FC were unbeatable on Sunday, the little Lawmen defeating hosts Defence Force 3-1 in both the U13 and U15 division before a goalless draw in the U17’s saw both sides walk away with a point which put Police at the top in that division.

Josiah Wilson first half double, netting in the 9th and 11th minutes, set the tone for Police U13’s in the morning period. Defence Force’s Jerrell Gibboms pulled a goal back on 24 minutes but Justin Lewis restored Police’s two-goal advantage three minutes later.

Later on the day, Malachi King (9th minute), Matthias Hinkson (12th minute) and Jaden Andrews (67th minute) each scored for the Blues in the U15 division while Aiden Marcano’s 63rd-minute strike stood the only item for Defence Force.

Central FC’s Round One Match Day Two fixtures against Morvant Caledonia United, meanwhile, are to be rescheduled to another date, a request by the Couva Sharks after the death 19-year-old Nikela John, the daughter of senior team assistant coach Stern John, last Thursday.

San Juan Jabloteh, winners of all three youth divisions in the previous two seasons, also had their YPL fixtures rescheduled due to club’s management staff trip to St. Vincent for Group E play in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship—the qualifier tournament to the newly re-formatted CONCACAF expanded competitions.



North East Stars 0 vs Point Fortin Civic 3
Civic won by default

Defence Force 1 (Jerrell Gibboms 24’) vs Police FC 3 (Josiah Wilson 9’, 11’, Justin Lewis 27’), at Trinity East

Club Sando 14 (Tyrique Lucas 2’, 12’, Anthony Williams 4’, 9’, 39’, Llon Hospedales 6’, Jeremiah Ottway 11’, 59’, 63’, Joshua Kesney 61’, Santana Smith 20’, 25’, 35’, 45’) vs St. Ann’s Rangers 0, at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field.


North East Stars 0 vs Point Fortin Civic 3
Civic won by default

Defence Force 1 (Aiden Marcano 63’) vs Police FC 3 (Malachi King 9’, Matthias Hinkson 12’, Jaden Andrews 67’), at Trinity East

Club Sando 0 vs St. Ann’s Rangers 2 (Daruis Douglas 67’, 80’), at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field.


North East Stars 0 vs Point Fortin Civic 3
Civic won by default

Defence Force 0 vs Police FC 0, at Trinity East

Club Sando 2 (Chakim Guy 64’, Isa Bramble 89’) vs St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Jesse Williams 53’), at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium.