T&Ts women’s futsal team were defeated 16-1 by Spain in their final Group C match of the 2018 Youth Olympics Games in Buenos Aires, yesterday.
Still pumped from its first win in the futsal competition at the Youth Olympic Games on Wednesday, T&T women's team entered yesterday's match against Bolivia full of confidence but a late run by its opponent saw the local team slumped to a 5-2 defeat.
Futsal, is not just a sport, for inmates at the Maximum Security Prison at Golden Grove, Arouca, it is a lifeline that they received and one they are willing to extend.
SIXTEEN-year-old Afiyah Cornwall, scored a beaver-trick as T&T futsal girls kept their hopes of qualifying to the medal round alive in Pool C at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, with a 7-5 win over Tonga on Wednesday.
Former national captain and Futsal coach Clayton Morris is encouraging skill development and teamwork by teaching inmates about Futsal at the Maximum State Prison in Arouca twice per week.
T&T girls made a tough entrance at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, going under to Thailand 14-0 in their Pool C Futsal encounter, yesterday.
Kushaiah King, 20, made it 17 goals in three matches of Deaf Futsal League (DFL) on Saturday when he helped Leopards team to beat three opposing teams at the Central Regional Indoor Sport Arena, Chaguanas.
A Trinidad and Tobago Youth Girls Futsal team will come up against Thailand, Spain, Bolivia and Tongo in Group C of the Girls Futsal Tournament at the third edition of the Youth Olympic Games that will make its Olympic debut in October with Tecnopolis Park as its main stage, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The inaugural Deaf Futsal League (DFL) will kick off tomorrow (Saturday August 5) at the Eastern Regional Indoor Sport Arena, in Tacarigua with a opening ceremony from 3pm.