Defence Force captured the 2014 SW Touring Limited Tobago Invitational Masters Football title with a nail biting 5-3 penalty kick victory over two-time defending champions Juventus in the final at the Courland Recreational Grounds, Black Rock on Sunday.
Tobago Football Assocation League
Two-time defending champions Juventus FC continued their quest for a third straight title when it played unbeaten in the group phase of the 4th annual SW Touring Limited Tobago Invitational Masters Tournament at Canaan/Bon Accord Recreational Grounds yesterday.
YOUTH STARS won the top of the table clash with Sidey’s FC last Saturday and now occupy top spot in the Premier Division of the Tobago Football Association (TFA) competition.
TOBAGO’S SEC UNITED emerged winners when the fourth edition of the “Give Breast Cancer The Boot’’ all female football tournament and Family Fun Day was held at St Mary’s Ground, Serpentine Road, last Sunday.
Return to Sporting Paradise, that’s the tagline for the games, as sport event management organisation SW Touring, in conjunction with the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), host its third annual Tobago Invitational Masters football tournament.
Tobago Football Association Premier Division leader, Sidey’s dropped points for only the second time in second matches, in a 1-1 draw with Lambeau at Mt Pleasant on Sunday.
GOALS by Kester Kent, Kyle Davidson and Pavel Warrik secured a 3-1 victory for Sidey’s in the Premier Division as action in the Tobago Football Association continues.
SIDEY’S escaped with a 1-0 victory over Roxborough Lakers, to keep ahead in the Premier Division of the Tobago Football Association.
Lambeau missed out on a share of the lead at the top of the eight-team Tobago Football Association Premier Division after it was held to a 1-1 draw by lowly Mason Hall USSS at Moriah on Sunday.