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Kevon Neaves scored a hat-trick to lead T&TEC to a comfortable 4-0 blow-out of Queen’s Park in a re-scheduled bmobile National Super League match at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Training Field, Mucurapo, on Wednesday. Neaves, a member of the Soca Warriors squad in the build-up to the 2006 Germany Fifa World Cup Finals netted in the 26th, 57th and 62nd minutes while Bevon Bass added the other seven minutes from full-tim as T&TEC extended its lead to seven points, over former champions WASA. Last year’s league winner, bmobile Joe Public is third with 19 points.

Current Standings
Teams P W D L F A Pts
T&TEC 12 9 3 0 24 7 30
WASA 11 7 2 2 26 13 23
Joe Public 11 5 4 2 21 9 19
Phoenix 12 5 4 2 21 16 19
St Francois 10 5 2 3 15 14 17
QPCC 12 3 4 5 17 19 13
Stokely Vale 11 4 1 6 16 33 13
Club Sando 11 3 2 6 13 18 11
D/Force 11 2 4 5 17 19 10
Valtrin 11 3 0 8 14 27 9
Harvard 11 1 2 8 8 22 5

Yesterday’s results
T&TEC 4 (Kevon Neaves 26th, 57th, 62nd, Bevon Bass 83rd) vs QPCC 0
Sunday matches:
Harvard vs QPCC, Dibe Rec. Ground, Long Circular, 3.30pm
St Francois vs WASA, St. Joseph, 3.30pm
Club Sando vs Stokely Vale, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella,3.30pm
D/Force vs T&TEC, Youth Camp, Chaguaramas, 3.30pm
Valtrin vs Phoenix, NUGFW Grd, Valsayn, 3.30pm