U-15 Boys face South Invitational Team on Saturday
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Under 15 Boys team will continue their match schedule with another fixture this Saturday April 22nd, 2017 against a Southern Football Association Under 15 Invitational Team at the Ato Boldon Stadium from 7pm.
The T&T team, under head coach Russell Latapy, opened their 2017 campaign with a 3-1 victory over a Republic Bank Invitational eleven last weekend in Couva.
The team is preparing for participation at the CONCACAF Under 15 Boys Championship in Florida in August of this year as well as the Cayman Airways U-15 Invitational Youth Football Cup in the Cayman Islands from May 2nd to 7th, 2017.
The teams carded to play in the Cayman tournament include Alchemy (USA), Bahamas Tottenham Hotspur FC, Cavalier SC (Jamaica), Cayman Islands National Team, La Ceiba FC (Honduras), Cuba National U-15 Team, D.C. United (USA), Harbour View FC (Jamaica), Houston Dynamo Academy (USA), IMG Academy (USA) and Manchester City FC (England).
“This is another opportunity for us to get in some playing time for the boys,” Latapy told TTFA Media. “I thought last week’s exercise went really well and the boys are always eager to get involved in playing matches and it’s good for the coaching staff to have the opportunities to see them in game situations. We will again use the opportunity to assess the levels of play before the upcoming tournaments next month,” he added.
The full Under-15 Team is as follows:
Jaheim Wickham (St Anthony’s College), Kahlil Oliver (Malabar Secondary);
Ephraim Brown (Pleasantville Secondary), Antonio Chee Ting (Trinity College East), Micai Peters (El Dorado West Secondary), Tristan Caesar (Pleasantville Secondary), N’Kosi Corbin (Belmont Boys Secondary), Daniel Lake (Mucurapo West Secondary), Luke Savery (St Mary’s College);
Jarique Williams (St Anthony’s College), Ezekiel Kesar (Naparima College), Jabari Lee (San Fernando East Secondary), Darian Bradshaw (Queen’s Royal College);
Matthew De Souza (Trinity College East), Tyrese Pierre (Queen’s Royal College), Josiah Edwards (Brazil High School), Jaiye Sheppard (Scarborough Secondary), Zachary Welch (Fatima College);
Jean-Heim Mc Fee (St James Secondary), Justin Araujo-Wilson (Fatima College).