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Nathaniel James scored his first beaver-trick of the Flow Youth Pro League 2017 season last Saturday to lead San Juan Jabloteh Under-13s to a 5-1 away win at Point Fortin Civic while putting his tally to an incredible 31 goals this term.

However it wasn’t James’ best scoring feat in a game this season, having scored a six goals in a 7-1 win over Central FC on May 28 and five against Morvant Caledonia United in a 12-0 win on April 23.

But James’ latest exploit made sure the Under-13 leaders Jabloteh (40 points), with their tenth straight win, remain ahead of Police FC, albeit only goal difference (+64/+42).

Police, ambitious of returning to the top of the standings, had slammed cellar-placed St. Ann’s Rangers 10-0 at the St. James Barracks outside field to keep on the heels of Jabloteh.

Nathaniel Carrim finished with a hat-trick for the little Blues while Jaheim Marshall, Tyreke Harding and Josiah Wilson each scored a double and Isaiah Thomas had one to his name.

On the opposite end of the country, leading scorer Nathaniel James, who also have three hat-tricks this season, was celebrating his 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st goals of the 2017 FYPL with strikes in the 15th, 17th, 31st and 57th minutes against Civic at Mahaica Oval.

Kyle Dwarika also got on the score sheet for Jabloteh before Kanye Francis netted a consolation item for Civic near the end.

W Connection, nine points behind in third, kept their chase on the leaders with a 6-1 win over Morvant Caledonia at San Juan North Secondary school ground with Molik Khan, Dereem Hamilton, Dantaye Gilbert, Jordel Francois, Chaz Forde and Jkwon Bailey all on the score sheet.

Connection also defeated Morvant Caledonia 4-1 and 5-1 in the Under-15 and Under-17 divisions for a clean sweep which included a hat-trick from in-form U17 attacker Jevaughn Humphrey.

Jabloteh, though, continues to also lead both U15 and U17 divisions although failing to register a perfect day at Mahaica Oval.

Tyrese Riley, for his first Jabloteh goal this season, levelled the visitors for a 1-1 finish in the U15 division after Ezekeil Kezar had put Civic in front in the second half.

But goals by Nickell Orr, Lukman Brooks and Kidane Lewis completed Jabloteh’s visit with victory in the U17s.

Elsewhere Defence Force and Central played to a 1-1 draw in the U15 division before the Couva Sharks ended the day with a 5-2 win over the Army in a bottom-of-the-table U17 clash.

Play in the U15s and U17s between North East Stars and Club Sando, and Police FC and St. Ann’s Rangers were postponed due to heavy afternoon rainfall at the D’Abadie Recreation Ground and St. James Barracks outside field.

FYPL action resumes on Sunday in north, central and south Trinidad.

Results
(Saturday 17 June 2017)

Under-13 division

Defence Force 3 (Jaheim O’Brady 37’, Dante Moses 52’, Joshua Mason 70’) vs Central FC 1(Daylon Riley 28’), at Trinity College East;

North East Stars 1 (Jean-Pierre Reyes 20’) vs Club Sando 2 (Anthony Williams 14’, Jaylon Brereton 60’), at D’Abadie Recreation Ground;

Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Shakir Stafford 52’) vs W Connection 6 (Molik Khan 4’, Dereem Hamilton 25’, Dantaye Gilbert 30’, Jordel Francois 50’, Chaz Forde 58’, Jkwon Bailey 62’), at San Juan North Secondary;

Point Fortin Civic 1 (Kanye Francis 67’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 5 (Nathaniel James 15’, 17’, 31’, 57’, Kyle Dwarika 51’), at Mahaica Oval;

Police FC 10 (Jaheim Marshall 6’, 68’, Nathaniel Carrim 10’, 16’, 63’, Tyreke Harding 30’ pen., 44’, Isaiah Thomas 32’, Josiah Wilson 35’, 65’) vs St. Ann’s Rangers 0, at St. James Barracks outside field.

Under-15 division

Defence Force 1 (Justin Araujo-Wilson 7’) vs Central FC 1 (Kristoff Dingwell 67’), at Trinity College East;

North East Stars vs Club Sando, Rained Out at D’Abadie Recreation Ground;

Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Naim Bisnath 25’) vs W Connection 4 (Adica Ash 28’, Dantaye Gilbert 53’, Nicholas Dyette 67’, 80’), at San Juan North Secondary;

Point Fortin Civic 1 (Ezekeil Kezar 54’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Tyrese Riley 65’), at Mahaica Oval;

Police FC vs St. Ann’s Rangers, Rained Out at St. James Barracks outside field.

Under-17 division

Defence Force 2 (Afiba Mc Leod 2’, Johann Mills 67’) vs Central FC 5 (Kadeem Morris 4’, Shaquille John 26’, Tyrese Williams 30’, Trevis Byron 50’, Tyrese Spicer 79’), at Trinity College East;

North East Stars vs Club Sando, Rained Out at D’Abadie Recreation Ground;

Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Zidane Liverpool 9’) vs W Connection 5 (Claign Harewood 11’, Jevaughn Humphrey 42’, 55’, 68’, Andre Raymond 71’), at San Juan North Secondary;

Point Fortin Civic 1 (Jerrin Jackie 84’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 3 (Nickell Orr 34’, Lukman Brooks 42’, Kidane Lewis 90’), at Mahaica Oval;

Police FC vs St. Ann’s Rangers, Rained Out at St. James Barracks outside field.