TRINIDAD DEFEATED JAMAICA 1-0 to even the two-game inter-colonial soccer series before 4,000 spectators at Sabina Park yesterday afternoon. For 45 of the 0-minutes game the winners played with ten men as their outside right, Carlton Lewis, got hurt ten minutes before the interval.
IN A GAME of wasted scoring opportunities Jamaica edged Trinidad's powerful England-bound soccer squad by the odd goal in five on a rain-soaked Sabina Park yesterday afternoon as three thousand spectators looked on at a 70-minute long contest.
Trinidad played fighting and courageous soccer at the Kensington Oval yesterday afternoon, for the greater part with ten men, to get another one-all draw with Barbados, in a second Test match bubbling over with incidents and excitement.
Trinidad turned on the heat at Kensington yesterday afternoon and gave their Barbados rivals, who had held them to a one-all draw twice previously, a 4-1 beating in the third and deciding Test match to win the three match series and finish the tour unbeaten.
A goal, the result of a magnificent effort on the part of veteran Bertie Thompson, scored seven minutes to full time, earned for Trinidad a one-all draw in the first soccer test match between Trinidad and Barbados representative teams at the Kensington Oval yesterday afternoon.