Naparima College attacking midfielder Jabari Lee's solo run helped put the icing on the cake for Gasparillo Youths, as they secured a well-deserved 3-1 victory over DCS/Dass Trace today.
Since kicking off on December 21, 2019, the Next Level Consulting (NLC), Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament has seen some of the nation’s best youth footballers going against each other on a home and away basis at their home community grounds. So far, hundreds of fans have been able to attend the exciting tournament weekend games which have kicked off at 4:30PM, and Wednesday games which have started at 6:30PM.
THE Creamery Novelties Forty5 Charity Cup will take place on Sunday, from 5 pm, at the Ato Boldon Stadium, in Couva, with a host of exciting local and international football talent and family friendly attractions on show.
BP Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT) is providing the energy for a unique partnership through sport between two communities located at virtual opposite ends of Trinidad. The first venture into this initiative took place when Friends and Family Community Group (FFCG) of Carenage played hosts to the All-Mayaro Sports Foundation (AMSF) in a goodwill football match at the Carenage Recreation Ground on December 14.
A number of ex-national players will be on show when St Anthony’s College hosts a three-team tournament for their fallen former teammate Michael McComie, who died earlier last year, at the Diego Martin Sporting Complex from 6 pm on Saturday.
INAUGURAL champions, Shiva Boys, were unable to defend their KFC Goodwill Football Tournament title, but settled for a still credible third place finish when action climaxed at the competition’s second hosting in Guyana, on Sunday.
There will be a new and exciting youth football tournament on the calendar for sports fans across Trinidad and Tobago this month. For many years, the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) has been duly considered the breeding ground of the nation’s young football stars of the future. The Next Level Consulting Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament kicks off on 21 December and seeks to build upon that youth football landscape by providing another platform for our nation’s youths to play, to develop and to be scouted and/or recruited for the next stage of their football careers.
The media launch of the exciting new Next Level Consulting, Limited (NLCL) Under 19 Community Invitational Tournament took place at the Marabella South Secondary School on Wednesday (December 18) morning. Guest speakers, and former national goalkeepers, Michael Maurice and Jan Michael Williams advised the attendees of their personal and sporting backgrounds, as well as, their experiences playing the sport they love all around the world, as professionals and ex-nationals. Both gentlemen agreed that Trinidad & Tobago’s young footballers need to take advantage of the great opportunities being provided, and stressed that discipline, dedication and hard work would help push them toward their goals.
Ex-Liverpool and Wigan goalkeeper Chris Kirkland is expected in for Sunday’s Creamery Novelties Forty5 Charity Cup at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.