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Table-leaders, T&TEC, fresh off a 4-0 whipping of Queen’s Park will be hoping to maintain its unbeaten run in the bmobile National Super Football League when it meets lowly Defence Force at Youth Camp Ground, Chaguaramas from 3.30 pm this afternoon.

The Electricity Boys who got a hat-trick from Kevon Neaves in the win over the Parkites head the table with 30 points from 12 matches, seven more than former champions WASA, while last year’s league winner, bmobile Joe Public is third with 19, the same as 1976 Phoenix. Defence Force lies third from bottom with ten points.

Second placed WASA will also be keen to pick up full points when it entertains fifth placed St Francois Nationals in a tricky encounter at WASA Ground, St Joseph.

With Joe Public not in action today, Phoenix will have a chance to take sole possession of third spot when it meets knockout finalists, Valtrin at NUGFW Ground, Valsayn. In the two other matches, Harvard faces Queen’s Park at the Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular and Club Sando tackles Stokely Vale at Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

Today’s Matches

(All matches begin 3.30 pm)

Harvard vs QPCC, Dibe Rec. Ground, Long Circular,
St Francois vs WASA, St Joseph,
Club Sando vs Stokely Vale, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella,
D/Force vs T&TEC, Youth Camp, Chaguaramas,
Valtrin vs Phoenix, NUGFW Grd, Valsayn.

Current Standings

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


Neaves nets hat-trick in TTEC win.
&T Newsday Reports.


Kevon Neaves netted a hat-trick as TTEC hammered Queen’s Park 4-0 in a rescheduled Match Day 13 contest in the bmobile National Super League.

This victory, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium’s Training Field in Mucurapo, on Wednesday, saw TTEC stretch their lead over second- placed WASA to seven points, even though WASA have a game in hand.

Neaves found the back of the net in the 26th, 57th and 62nd minutes to continue his prolific form this season, while Bevon Bass ended the rout in the 83rd. Match Day 14 action will be staged on Sunday.