Eagles clinched a place in the Under-18 Division of the Big-Four competition of the Central Football Association in the protest room. After bowing 2-3 to Flamingo last week, Eagles lodged a protest on the grounds that its opponents played unregistered players. The protest was upheld.

Eagles lead the standings with nine points with Flamingo and Edinburgh in joint second with three points. In Group “A”, there is a three-way tie for first place among Cap Off Youths, St Mary’s and Crown Trace, all on four points. Competition in the U-16 Division is also close with Las Lomas United and Cap Off Youths sharing the top position in Group “A” with six points each and Flamingo and Eagles in joint first place in Group “B” with six points.

Group A
Cap Off Uths 2 (Jitharie Nawart 2) v Las LOmas Utd 1 (Deon O’Garro); Las Lomas Utd 2 (Deon O’Garro, Michel Campbell) v St Mary’s 1 (John Rodney); Cap Off Youths 2 (Jitharie Hawat, Garvin Samaroo) v Crown Trace 1 (Keigon Edwards).
Group B
Flamingo 3 (Leon Guellimo, Nicholas Dillon, Rommell Rouse); Flamingo 3 v Harlem 0 (default); Edinburgh 1 v Eagles Utd 2.

Group A
Cap Off Youths 6 (Japhet Williams 3, Neon O’Garro 2, Nicholas Dick) v Las Lomas Utd 2 (Brandon Glasgow, own goal); St Mary’s Utd 3 v Las Lomas Utd 0 (default); Crown Trace 2 (Micah Calliste, Joel Jeffrey) v Cap Off Youths 1 (Neon O’Garro).
Group B
Flamingo 3 v Eagles 2 (Eagles given pts after protest was uphelp for Flamingo playing unregistered players); Flamingo 3 v Harlem 0 (default); Eagles 3 v Edinburgh 0 (default).