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Rashad Hyacenth’s first half converted penalty for T&TEC FC U-17s against North East Stars secured a perfect slate for the ‘Electricity Boys’ in Tuesday’s Oasis Youth Pro League Round Two Match Day Five fixtures.

Hyacenth’s 38th minute penalty strike handed the fifth positioned T&TEC a 1-0 win over the ninth positioned North East Stars.

T&TEC also edged the home side 4-3 in the U13s and 3-2 in the U15s playing at the Ojoe Road Recreation Ground in Sangre Grande.

Kai Baker netted a hattrick for T&TEC in the U13s with items in the 5th, 23rd and 55th minutes and Remuell Medina notching one in the 49th minute.

In the U15s, T&TEC had to come from behind twice before sealing the 3-2 victory.

Stars’ Keston Purcell (35’), Ethan Shim (79’), Aaron Noel (80’), Andell Jones had the home side in from by the 24th minute before Keston Purcell equalized in the 35th minute.

Jones netted his second in the 60th minute giving Stars a 2-1 lead but that too was leveled by the 79th minute when Ethan Shim found the back of the net. Finally it was T&TEC’s Aaron Noel who scored the winner with his item in the 80th minute.

Despite hard-fought away victories on Tuesday, T&TEC’s best position remains in the U15s with 33 points in third, six points behind second positioned San Juan Jabloteh (39 points) and nine points away from leaders W Connection (42 points).

T&TEC sits sixth on the U13 standings with 20 points.

In other results U13 and U15 leaders W Connection enjoyed unanswered victories over Ma Pau SC at the TSTT Ground, Queen’s Park Savannah 4-0 in the U13s, 3-0 in the U15s and 2-0 in the U17s.

U17 leaders Joe Public also enjoyed maximum results on Tuesday playing at the Marvin Lee Stadium.

Joe Public picked up three free points after a no-show by Caledonia U13s, followed by a 3-2 result in the U15s and a comfortable 5-0 win in the U17s.

Matches continue on Thursday with Round Two Match Day Six of the 2011 Oasis Youth League followed by Match Day Seven on Sunday. See for fixtures, results and standings.

2011 Oasis Youth Pro League
Round Two Match Day Five results

Under 13

Police FC 1—6 San Juan Jabloteh
Joshua De Silva (67’)  ;  Jodel Brown (15’’), (31’), Kyle Green (23’), (63’), Anthony Samuel (54’), (70’)

North East Stars 3—4 T&TEC FC
Romario Mahabir (15’), Keedal Paul (60’), Jamal Glen (65’)  ;   Kai Baker(5’), (23’), (55’), Remuell Medina (49’)

Ma Pau SC 0—4 W Connection
Isaiah Hudson (41’), Daquan Foster (52’), Kareem Riley (59’), (64’)

Joe Public 3—0 Caledonia AIA
Won by default (Caledonia did not show)

FC SouthEnd 3—2 Defence Force
Tremaine Roberts (19’), Malachi Ashby (50’), Joshua Isaac (55’)  ;  Travell Edwards (8’), Coby Palmer (45’)

Under 15

Police FC 0—5 San Juan Jabloteh
Akeem Garcia (15’), (39’’), (54’), Shannon Gomez (27’), Isaiah McIntire (73’)

North East Stars 2—3 T&TEC FC
Andell Jones (24’), (60’)  ;  Keston Purcell (35’), Ethan Shim (79’), Aaron Noel (80’)

Ma Pau SC 0—3 W Connection
Trent Paul (20’), Yafeu Rougier (52’), Raphael Chichester (65’)

Joe Public 2—3 Caledonia AIA
Jamal Lawrence (30’), Marcel Springer (78’)  ;  Javon Quamina (25’), 27’), Andrew Rullow (43’)

FC SouthEnd 3—1 Defence Force
Kayscan Garcia (24’). (48’), Taryk Sampson (80’)  ;  Jair Edwards (57’)

Under 17

Police FC 1—4 San Juan Jabloteh
Joshua St. Rose (38’)  ;  Aaquil Campbell (13’), Alvin Jones (20’), Kadeem Joseph (83’), Akeem Garcia (89’)

North East Stars 0—1 T&TEC FC
Rashad Hyacenth (38’penalty)

Ma Pau SC 0—2 W Connection
Jaffet Williams (54’), Adan Noel (56’)

Joe Public 5—0 Caledonia AIA
Leon Gill (5’), (26’), Marcus Gomez (57’), (87’), own goal (46)

FC SouthEnd 2—3 Defence Force
Isaiah Shalto (21’), (40’)  ;  Duane Henwood (24’), Osei Charles (49’ penalty), Kadeem Hutchinson (90+)