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Central FC youth teams — Under-14, Under-16 and Under-18 — are among 10 sides to battle for spots at the quarterfinal stage of this season’s inaugural Flow Youth Pro League 2018 Cup, which will test Trinidad and Tobago’s brightest young talents on the knockout stage.

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Isiah Jacob scored a hat-trick as Point Fortin Youth FA hammered Princes Town Soccer Academy 6-1 when matches in the South Zone Under-12 of the 2018 Republic Cup National Youth Football League last week.

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Point Fortin Civic Under-18 team during the 2018 Flow Youth Pro League season.

Point Fortin Civic captured its first ever club trophy in the Pro League era, finishing ahead of W Connection and favourites San Juan Jabloteh to snatch the 2018 Flow Youth Pro League Under-18 Division crown on the final day of league play with a 2-0 win over visiting Defence Force FC at Mahaica Oval, Pt Fortin on Sunday.

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Terrell Wiley scored a hat-trick to lead San Juan Jabloteh past North East Stars 7-0 at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar, Arima and with it the 2018 Flow Youth Pro League (YPL) Under-16 crown for a fourth straight season on Sunday.

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SAN JUAN Jabloteh, for the first time this season, lead all three divisions in the Flow Youth Pro League, inching closer towards a record-extending fourth consecutive clean sweep of Trinidad and Tobago’s top youth competition.

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The 2018 RBC West Penn Community Youth Football League got off to a rousing start at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo on the weekend, with lead sponsor RBC’s Managing Director for Trinidad and Tobago, Darryl White, urging the young footballers to “not just be players in a game, but take the discipline, tolerance and production that make up your commitment to football in other areas of your life.”

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Photo: San Juan Jabloteh’s Raheem Mohan (right) tries to elude two Cunupia Extreme players during RBNYL Under-11 action at Constantine Park in Macoya on 10 June 2017. Jabloteh won 2-0. (Courtesy Sean Morrison/Wired868)

San Juan Jabloteh stayed on course for a fourth straight crown in both the Under-16 and Under-18 Divisions of the Flow Youth Pro League after narrow wins over long-time rivals W Connection at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva on Sunday.

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