GREMIO and Boys Town will each be hoping third time’s the charm when they clash today at 3pm in the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football league final, with $15,000 on the line.
SOME 400 players representing 33 teams, some from as far as Tobago, were in action at the recent 21st San Fernando Future Stars Football Festival, hosted by the San Fernando Sports Academy, at Skinner Park, San Fernando.
SEED of Greatness lived up to their name when they copped the senior team championship title and major individual honours at the prize-distribution function of the 2018 BPTT Razack Jan Memorial Mayaro Football League held at the Mayaro Resource Centre on Saturday.
MIC Institute of Technology (MIC-IT) came from a goal behind to dethrone defending champions UTT 2-1 to lift the Tertiary Sports Association of TT (TSATT) Inter-University Football title last week at the O'Meara Football Ground, Arima.
QRC and Fatima will face each other today in the final of the inaugural Fruta-sponsored Form One Under-13 National League football competition at the St Mary’s Ground, St Clair, from 3.30 pm.
BOYS TOWN will be hoping third time is the charm, after advancing to their third straight Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League final on Sunday. Boys Town, runners-up in 2016 and 2017, beat Manzanilla 2-1 in the semifinals, to set-up an intriguing match-up for the title vs Gremio on December 15 at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground.
GREMIO produced the most dramatic of collapses on Saturday but still managed to cling on to beat Dream Team 5-4 on penalties after remarkably letting a 4-0 lead in regulation time slip in the quarter-finals of the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League.
Siparia Boys RC captured the the inaugural Scotiabank CONCACAF NextPlay Cup with a resilient effort in the final against St Dominic’s RC of Penal at the TTFA Home of Football Training Fields, Ato Boldon Stadium on Saturday afternoon. It took a 3-2 victory on penalties after both teams battled to a 2-2 draw in regulation time of the 7v7 affair.
THE Big 8 of the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League will be decided this weekend with the final round of the matches in the group phase kicking off. Group A is going down to the wire with three of the four Big 8 qualifying spots already taken. Former winners Dream Team are clinging to the fourth and final spot with 11 points from six matches. Defending champions Take That and Cool It are staring elimination in fifth place, with nine points from six games after a sluggish start to the season. 'Cool It' need to defeat group leaders Pinto United at 2pm tomorrow and hope Dream Team drop points at 4pm against an Alexcon FC team with nothing to play for. 'Cool It' have typically been slow starters in the league and built momentum towards the Big 8 which they have won for two years in a row. This year, however, they've left it late and out of their hands and will need luck to go their way on Sunday.