Trinidad and Tobago’s Men’s Under 17 team have advanced to the CONCACAF Final round of qualification for the 2015 FIFA U-17 Men’s World Cup after capturing the best third place spot at the Caribbean Finals in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
After being shocked 2-0 by St Lucia in their opening encounter, the Trinidad & Tobago's national Men’s Under-17 team are finally off the mark and up the table.
TRINIDAD AND Tobago Under-17 football team will kick off the Final Round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under-17 Qualifiers when they meet St Lucia on the opening day, in Group “A”, on Sunday.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Under 17 Men’s team will have it all to do when they face off with Barbados tomorrow from 5pm after suffering a 2-0 defeat to St Lucia in their opening match of the Caribbean Under 17 Finals at the Sylvio Cator Stadium, Port-Au-Prince on Sunday evening.
The Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) Under-17 Championship, which was originally scheduled to kick off today, in Haiti, has been delayed at least for a further three weeks.
St Lucia began it's 2014 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Men’s Under 17 Qualifiers in fine-style with a shocking 2-0 victory over Caribbean giants Trinidad and Tobago at the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti yesterday.
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Trinidad and Tobago’s National Under 17 men’s team secured the top spot in their Caribbean Football Union preliminary group with a 3-2 victory over St Lucia at the Beausejour Stadium on Sunday night.
A 20-man T&T U-17 team, captained by Presentation College of San Fernando’s Kareem Riley and including five players from recently crowned SSFL Premier Division champion school, Naparima College, will arrive in Haiti tomorrow where the players will challenge the Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) U-17 Championship starting with another meeting against St Lucia on Sunday.
TRINIDAD AND Tobago and St Lucia have six points each as action continued in Group Two of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2014 Men’s Under-17 Qualifiers, which are currently in progress at the Beausejour Cricket Ground in St Lucia.