Thu, Jun


Kevon Woodley and Michael Darko each scored twice on Sunday as Cunupia FC brushed aside Club Sando Moruga 5-1, in a TT Super League Round 20 League One fixture.

Cunupia stayed in third spot, but the top two teams, Guaya United and FC Santa Rosa, did not play for varying reasons.

Guaya United’s game against WASA was postponed due to Guaya’s participation in the CFTL Cup final – they defeated Prisons FC 3-1 on Saturday, while the match between Santa Rosa and Siparia Spurs, at the Palo Seco Recreation Ground, was abandoned due to the absence of match officials.

Woodley got his name on the scoresheet in the 21st and 45th minutes, while Darko struck in the 33rd and 76th. Hakeem Legall was the other goal-getter for Cunupia, in the 32nd.

Amin Julien got the consolation item for Club Sando Moruga, in the 83rd.

The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) was the only team to climb the standings, going up one spot to fourth after whipping Bethel United 3-0 at the Mt Gomery Recreation Ground.

The Glen brothers were at the thick of things, as ex-national striker Cornell netted in the 17th and 84th, while midfielder Cyrano chipped in with an 82nd minute strike. However, another Tobago-based team, 1976 FC Phoenix, took care of Defence Force by a 3-1 margin, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium Training Field, Mucurapo.

Andel Noray registered a hat-trick, with strikes in the fourth, 74th and 82nd minutes, while veteran Ronald St Louis got the lone goal for the Army-Coast Guard combination in the 57th.

In the last game on Sunday, Queen’s Park edged Police 2-1 at the St Mary’s Ground, St Clair.

Devon Modeste (24th) and Kieran Marin (35th) were on target for the Parkites, while Dwight Elliott (83rd penalty) pulled one back for the lawmen.