First Citizens Cup
CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh striker Kerry Noray (right) looks to elude Defence Force defender Anton Pierre during Friday night's FCB Cup quarter-final at the Larry Games Stadium, Malabar. The game ended 2-2, with Defence Force coming out on top after penalty kicks.
First Citizens Bank yesterday announced an injection of $200,000 in this year’s FCB Cup Knockout competition organised by the Trinidad and Tobago Professional Football League.
An improved second-half performance led Caledonia AIA to their first victory of the season yesterday and a place in the First Citizens Bank Cup competition, scheduled to begin next Wednesday.
Defence Force, having a lean season so far in the Trinidad and Tobago Professional Football League, remained in line to make a successful defence of the First Citizens Bank Cup by defeating Tobago United 4-0 in a qualifier at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet, Tobago, yesterday.
Kerry Noray, the 22-year-old CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh striker, was voted “Most Valuable Player” in the final of the First Citizens Bank Cup between his side and Vibe CT 105 W Connection on July 30 at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium.
Despite the post-ponement of the draw for the First Citizens Cup being, four clubs, will contest home and away play-off matches to determine the other two teams for the quarter-final draw of the T&T Pro-League Senior Division First Citizens Bank Cup Tournament.