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All the news for Thursday 17 December 2015

SPAR SA indoor hockey team in emphatic win over Australia


A remarkable display of skill and leadership from the front by Spar South Africa women’s indoor hockey team captain Celia Evans proved the difference as Australia lost 4-1 to the hosts at the Spar Four Nations tournament here Wednesday night.

The score was 2-0 at half-time.

Evans netted a hat-trick of sublime quality and made the other SA goal but it must be said that her team-mates backed the skipper to the hilt in what was a commanding performance.

Evans carved out a superb early goal before stunning stickwork and finish made the score 2-0 to SA seemingly before the Aussies had settled down.

Australia beat Namibia 2-1 and SA beat USA 4-3 on Tuesday, so this was a big game.

Kara Stella hit the post from an SA penalty corner but Evans effected a turnover from deep before feeding Megan Robertson who steers the ball into goa for SA to lead 3-0 with 11 minutes left.

Australia immediately won a PC and captain Kyah Gray made no mistake with a pinpoint flick (3-1).

SA survived a host of Australian assaults before Evans won a turnover and raced down the court with great close control to make it 4-1 in the final analysis.

Earlier, Namibia were magnificent in pulling off a 3-2 upset win over USA.

Wednesday sees Oz v USA at 7pm and SPAR SA v Namibia at 8.15pm.

SA Hockey Association media release

Australian women’s indoor tour

Updates from the Australian women's indoor tour in South Africa

Updates from the Australian women’s indoor tour at the Four Nations Tournament that is currently underway in Durban, South Africa.

Match one
Australia v Namibia (2-1)
Australian Scorers: Caitlin Burns 6 (FG), Sarah Goode 20 (FG).

Match two
Australia v South Africa (1-4)
Australian Scorers: Kyah Gray 31 (PC).

It was a tough match for the Australian women’s indoor team in their second pool match against hosts South Africa going down 4-1.

Australia managed to force numerous penalty corners, however, were unable to break past South Africa’s goalkeeper Nicole La Fleur.

Australia’s captain Kyah Gray converted her corner opportunity in the 31st minute but it wasn’t enough to have Australia’s women finish atop on the final siren.

Namibia also defeated the USA, which means Australia must win their match against the USA on Thursday to secure a spot in the final.

Pool Standings (after day two)
1. South Africa (6 points)
2. Namibia (3 points)
3. Australia (3 points)
4. United States of America (0 points)

Upcoming Australian Fixtures
Thursday 17 December: Australia v USA (final pool match)
Friday 18 December: Medal matches

2015 Australian Women’s Indoor Team
Four Nations, South Africa
Athlete Name (Hometown, State)
Jessica Bestall (Perth, WA)
Caitlin Burns (Penrith, NSW)
Sarah Darling (Canterbury, VIC)
Samantha Economos (Mittagong, ACT)
Sarah Goode (Kew, VIC)
Kyah Gray (Shoalhaven Heads, NSW)
Erin Judd (Perth, WA)
Madeleine Murphy (Devonport, TAS)
Trudi Pedersen (Maryborough, QLD)
Emma Reid (Perth, WA)
Emily Seccull (Melbourne, VIC)
Madeleine Smith (Brisbane, QLD)

Head Coach: Stewart Fenton
Team Manager: Gaye Tarrant

Track results and standings live from the Four Nations Tournament in South Africa via the FIH TMS system.

Hockey Australia media release

2016 Men’s Olympic Squad

27-athlete Kookaburras training squad named in preparation for Rio

Hockey Australia has announced a 27-man Olympic men’s hockey squad, the group of athletes that will prepare for the Olympic Games competition in Rio de Janeiro next August.

From the 27, 16 names will ultimately be submitted to the Australian Olympic Committee in July for nomination to the 2016 Australian Olympic Team.

More than half of the squad are vying for selection to their first Olympic Games while, at the other end of the experience spectrum, Olympic gold medallists Jamie Dwyer and Mark Knowles are aiming for their fourth Olympics. For Fergus Kavanagh and Eddie Ockenden, both dual bronze medallists, Rio 2016 would mark their third Games.

Three athletes have been promoted to the senior national list from the 2015 Development Squad roster. They are Tasmanian Josh Beltz, New South Wales’ Flynn Ogilvie and Victoria’s Andrew Philpott.

Beltz, 20, has been training as part of the centralised program in Perth this year and made his senior international debut for the Kookaburras in the gold medal winning Oceania Cup campaign in October. He was part of the tour party that played a three-match series against India prior to the recent World League Final.

Similarly, Ogilvie, 22, has been training in Perth following his international debut in late 2014. He was part of the bronze medal winning squad at the 2014 Champions Trophy and is a 2015 Oceania Cup gold medallist. He is one of four squad members from Wollongong, joining Kieran and Blake Govers, and Tristan White.

Philpott, 25, was a member of the Kookaburras’ 2014 national squad, winning gold with the team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. He returned to Melbourne following the Games to complete his medical studies. He remained part of Hockey Australia’s national development squad during that time.

Kookaburras Head Coach Graham Reid said, “I’m excited about the group we’ve selected. It’s a really good eclectic mix of a lot of different types of player and different personalities that will challenge one another and put pressure on each other.

“We have the young players who have stood up this year, most recently in winning the World League, and a group whose significant experience will be hugely important in our development between now and the Olympic Games.”

Outlining the incredibly detailed process the selectors undertook, Reid explained, “There was a lot of information to collate and lots of options. We started from scratch, assessing every player as if we’ve never selected them before, removing the familiarity that can come with knowing someone for a number of years. It’s been an exhaustive process; our selection panel has met almost every day since we returned from India.”

The squad contains the four athletes shortlisted for the International Hockey Federation’s annual awards titles, Hockey Stars 2015: Mark Knowles and Chris Ciriello (shortlisted for Player of the Year), Blake Govers (shortlisted for Rising Star of the Year) and Andrew Charter (shortlisted for Goalkeeper of the Year).

The squad will begin training in the first week of January following the Christmas break, coming together for a camp before 20 athletes head to India in mid-January to compete for their franchises in the month-long Hockey India League. Their Olympic preparation will take in the annual Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia in April and the Champions Trophy in Argentina in June. A series of home test matches are also expected to be confirmed shortly.

Hockey Australia has also named its 11-man 2016 National Development Squad. Two development squad athletes – Tristan Clemons and Jeremy Edwards - have been awarded full time Hockey Australia scholarships to enable them to train alongside the senior Olympic squad.

2016 Olympic Men’s Hockey Squad
Name (Hometown) Previous Olympic Games
Daniel Beale (Brisbane, QLD)
Joshua Beltz (Hobart, TAS)
Kiel Brown (Toowoomba, QLD) 2008 (Unused ‘P’ accredited reserve athlete in 2012)
Andrew Charter (Canberra, ACT) (Unused ‘P’ accredited reserve athlete in 2012)
Chris Ciriello (Melbourne, VIC) 2012
Tom Craig (Lane Cove, NSW)
Matthew Dawson (Central Coast, NSW)
Tim Deavin (Launceston, TAS) 2012
Jamie Dwyer (Rockhampton, QLD) 2004, 2008, 2012
Matt Gohdes (Rockhampton, QLD) 2012
Blake Govers (Wollongong, NSW)
Kieran Govers (Wollongong, NSW) 2012
Jeremy Hayward (Darwin, NT)
Fergus Kavanagh (Geraldton, WA) 2008, 2012
Mark Knowles (Rockhampton, QLD) 2004, 2008, 2012
Tyler Lovell (Perth, WA)
Trent Mitton (Perth, WA)
Eddie Ockenden (Hobart, TAS) 2008, 2012
Flynn Ogilvie (Wollongong, NSW)
Simon Orchard (Maitland, NSW) 2012
Andrew Philpott (Melbourne, VIC)
Matthew Swann (Mackay, QLD) 2012
Glenn Turner (Goulburn, NSW) 2012
Jake Whetton (Brisbane, QLD)
Tristan White (Wollongong, NSW)
Dylan Wotherspoon (Mulwillumbah, NSW) [QAS athlete]
Aran Zalewski (Margaret River, WA)

2016 Hockey Australia Scholarship Holders (in addition to above)
Tristan Clemons (Bunbury, WA)
Jeremy Edwards (Hobart, TAS)

2016 Hockey Australia National Development Squad
Kiran Arunasalam (Doncaster East, VIC)
Chris Bausor (Perth, WA)
Scott Boyde (Chandler, QLD)
Tristan Clemons (Bunbury, WA)
Tim Cross (Melbourne, VIC)
Jeremy Edwards (Hobart, TAS)
Casey Hammond (Bundoora, VIC)
Leon Hayward (Darwin, NT)
Kurt Mackey (Lauderdale, TAS)
Tom Wickham (Adelaide, SA)
Matthew Willis (Tamworth, NSW)

Hockey Australia media release

Fulton Announces Squad For South Africa Tour

Coach Craig Fulton has announced his squad of 25 to travel to South Africa in January for a warm weather training camp and several international fixtures. The squad will be based in Cape Town from January 11th-27th. The Green Machine will face Spain, Canada and Belgium in high intensity, tournament like conditions with potentially 8 games in 11 days. [Fixture information will be provided prior to the first match].

The squad is a mixture of youth and experience as 19 year old Jamie Carr retains his place from the recent Spanish series alongside Gareth Watkins, a stalwart of the EY Hockey League Monkstown squad, who continues his return to international hockey.

Head Coach Fulton said “The 25 man Irish squad chosen to train and play matches in Cape Town is an important phase in 2016 for us. The warm weather training and match schedule is vital as we look to make improvements in key areas individually and as a squad. David Harte will be playing in the Hockey India League while we are in Cape Town, we feel it’s a win-win situation for our squad and for David given the range of high quality opposition he will be competing against”.


1. Jonny Bell, Lisnagarvey, Defender
2. Matt Bell, Banbridge, Defender
3. Jonny Bruton, Monkstown, Forward
4. Drew Carlisle, Banbridge, Midfield
5. Peter Caruth, Monkstown, Forward
6. Jamie Carr, Three Rock, GK
7. Chris Cargo, Racing, Midfield
8. Tim Cockram, Lisnagarvey, Forward
9. Stephan Cole, Monkstown, Midfield
10. Lee Cole, Monkstown, Defender
11. Mitch Darling, Rotterdam, Forward
12. Stuart Loughrey, Hampstead & Westminster, Defender
13. Paul Gleghorne, Lisnagarvey, Defender
14. Kyle Good, Monktown, Forward
15. Ronan Gormley, Krefeld, Defender
16. Conor Harte, Racing, Defender
17. John Jackson, Reading, Defender
18. Alan Sothern, Pembroke, Forward
19. Eugene Magee, Banbridge, Midfield
20. Shane O’Donoghue, Dragons, Midfield
21. Michael Robson, Annadale, Midfield
22. Michael Watt, Lisnagarvey, Forward
23. Kirk Shimmins, Pembroke, Midfield
24. David Fitzgerald, Monkstown, GK
25. Gareth Watkins, Monkstown, Forward

NB David Harte, who is the 26th member of the squad, is unavailable for selection as he will be competing for Dabang Mumbai in the Hockey India League.

Irish Hockey Association media release

Telkom Orange tackle Ghanaians in Africa Cup semis


Telkom Orange players celebrate a goal during their Kenya Hockey Union national league match against Vikings at City park Stadium on November 22, 2015. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU |   NATION MEDIA GROUP

Telkom Orange’s title credentials will be put to test Thursday afternoon when they face Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in the semi-final of the Africa Hockey Club Championship in Lusaka.

The other last four women’s clash will see Sharkia from Egypt tackle Ghana Police for a place in Saturday’s final.

Orange finished second in Pool A with an inferior goal difference after Ghana Police beat Lusaka Sharks in their final Pool ‘A’ match yesterday to finish as group winners.

Both teams finished on four points but the West African side topped with a goal difference of three to Orange’s two. GRA topped Pool B with nine points after winning their three preliminary matches ahead of Sharkia.

Orange have won the last two meetings between the sides including last year’s 2-1 win in the semi-final enroute to lifting their seventh continental crown in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

The two sides also clashed during the 2012 final which was also played in Bulawayo with the Kenyan side winning 4-2 on post-match penalties after a 1-1 stalemate in regular and extra time.

Both sets of players have also clashed on the international front for their various national teams. Orange coach Jos Openda expects a tough match.

“This will be a massive match for both teams with a place in the final at stake. We have faced them before and expect a very physical game but we are up to the challenge and expect to win tomorrow (today),” Openda told Nation Sport on Wednesday on phone from Lusaka.

“We are looking at shuffling positions so as to ensure that our midfield gives more service to our attackers who need to be more clinical in front of goal and finish the chances they get.”


Openda is expected to retain the same squad that beat Lusaka Sharks on Tuesday as his team chases a record eighth title.

Orange’s defence will need to be wary of GRA’s lethal forward and current tournament top scorer Elizabeth Opuko.

The Ghanaian international has scored 10 goals in three matches and is expected to lead her side’s attack as they seek to avenge for last year’s defeat.

Orange’s top scorer at the event is veteran striker Jackline Mwangi with three goals she scored in her team’s 3-3 draw against Ghana Police in their first match.

Daily Nation

Rivalry reloaded: Orange Telkom lock horns with Ghana’s GRA

By Elizabeth Mburugu

Hockey Vaisakhi finals Orange Tracy Karanja and Strathmore Yvonne Wanjiku fight for the ball when they played Vaisakhi Tournament 2015. Orange won 5-0. ON 27/04/15 PHOTO: JENIPHER WACHIE

There will be no love lost when bitter rivals Telkom Orange and Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) square it out in the women’s semi-final match of the ongoing Africa Cup of Club Championships.

The two antagonists will turn Lusaka’s Olympic Youth Development Centre into a war zone as they battle for a finals slot.

GRA thrashed Sharkia 4-1 to top pool B with nine points and book a date with champions Telkom, who finished second in group A behind Ghana Police who beat Lusaka Sharks by the same margin.

Telkom and Police were level on four points but the Kenyan girls were condemned to second in the pool due to an inferior goal difference. Police will play Sharkia in another semis tie.

African queens Telkom will leave nothing to chance as they seek to defend their crown. Head Coach Jos Openda told Feverpitch that he expects a very close encounter bearing in mind that the two clubs have a history.

“We have met several times and fought harder for victory this time will not be different because our title is at stake; the more reason for us to give our all.”

However, Telkom will have to be on top of their game in order to escape the wrath of the Ghanaian revenue collector who will be out to exert revenge.

The rivalry between the Kenyan and Ghanaian girls dates back to the 2012 deciding match that Orange prevailed 4-2 in a penalty shootout to lift the continental trophy.

In the next competition that was played in January 2014 in Kampala Telkom beat GRA 2-1 to ensure an-all-Kenyan final with Strathmore University. Their antagonism has been boiling up and last year in Bulawayo, Telkom crushed GRA once again in the semis by the same margin forcing them to shelve their crown ambitions and battle for bronze.

Openda will rely on his midfield to create more chances and his forwards to rise to the occasion and score goals in order to prevail over the Ghanaians who have been on a goal-scoring spree.

GRA have scored a total of 24 goals and conceded one while Orange have score five and conceded three this far in the tournament.

The Standard Online

It’s now Coal India-HIL

Coal India Limited (CIL) was, on Wednesday, named the new title sponsor of the Hockey India League (HIL) for a three-year term, replacing Hero MotoCorp.

The announcement was made after CIL’s Board cleared the decks for the project entailing Rs 14.73 crore as sponsorship payment.

The sponsorship fee for 2017 and 2018 will be Rs. 14 crore and Rs. 15 crore respectively.

The ‘Coal India-Hockey India League’ will commence on January 18, 2016, and end on February 21.

A total of 34 matches will be played across six cities involving the six franchises.

Labelling it a “big ticket event”, CIL chairman Sutirtha Bhattacharya said: “Hockey has always been popular in the country, and we were once at the pinnacle of the game globally.

“We want to encourage sports, especially hockey, and stoke the interest for the cause of the youth.”

Hockey India president Narinder Batra said: “It is a proud moment for the Hockey India League to have a public sector unit taking over the event as title sponsor.

“The league has been of immense help for us in unearthing talent and this has reflected in the performances of the junior and senior teams in recent times.”

CIL came on board after Hero’s three-year contract with HIL expired after the 2015 season.

The Hindu

Coal India earmarks Rs 14 crore to sponsor Hockey India League

Subhro Niyogi

KOLKATA: Coal India Ltd will be the title sponsor of Hockey India League 2016, the fourth edition of the premier hockey tournament. The 2017 and 2018 editions of the tournament may also be called Coal India-Hockey India League if the CIL board gives its nod.

The state-owned coal giant signed a multi-crore deal with Hockey League on Wednesday for the title sponsorship for three consecutive seasons beginning 2016, subject to review at end of every year for continuance. Hockey League is the apex body governing the sport in India.

Earlier, the CIL board cleared the decks for the sponsorship that entails a spend of Rs 14.73 crore next year. Of those, Rs 13 crore is sponsorship fee while the rest will be spend on various prizes including best goal in each match and most valuable player of the season. The sponsorship fee for the tournament in 2017 is pegged at Rs 14 crore and for 2018 Rs 15 crore.

This is CIL's second stint with the game at the top level. Earlier this October, subsidiary South Eastern Coalfields Ltd had become an official partner of Hockey India for the eight-nation Hockey World League (HWL) Final held in Raipur this November-December. India, Argentina, Britain, Canada, Belgium, Australia, Germany and the Netherlands had participated in the tournament.

Labeling HIL as a "big ticket event", CIL chairman Sutirtha Bhattacharya said: "Hockey always enjoyed popularity in the country and we were once at the pinnacle of this game globally. Our intent is to encourage sports, especially hockey, and stoke the interest for the cause of youth. Coal India in its corporate citizenry role is actively involved in encouraging various sporting activities and talent hunt at grass root level around our mining areas, district and state levels. We felt it is time that we step into bigger shoes at the national level. So, this partnership is an extension of our long standing commitment to sports in India."

Hockey India president Narinder Dhruv Batra said it was a proud moment for HIL to have a public sector unit taking over the event as the title Sponsor. "The league has been of immense help for us in unearthing future talent, which we have seen in the recent performances of the junior and senior teams. I am confident that this partnership is going to make Hockey India bigger and bolder in the years to come."

While CIL claims the sponsorship is part of its corporate social responsibility initiative to encourage sports and cultural activities, it is also an attempt to boost the company's brand image and reach out to a larger consumer base.

Coal India Sports Promotion Association (CISPA) head Mohan Das referred to the Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar 2015 that the company bagged in recognition of its contribution in the field of encouragement to sports through CSR.

The Times of India

Champs crowned in schools hockey

CONGRATULATIONS: Anthony Loregnard, left, president, Harvard Club and vice-president Andy Palmer, right, present the Most Outstanding Sporting Discipline to the Harvard Hockey Team. Receiving the honour are players Kwylan Jaggassar, second left, Jael Thompson and Sandra Moore-Williams, chair, Harvard Hockey Section. Photo: SEAN NERO.

The quartet of Bonair High School, St Augustine Girls High, Fatima College and St Joseph Convent (PoS) were all crowned zonal divisional Under-20 champions when the T&T Hockey Board Schools Indoor Championship took place at the Woodbrook Youth Facility, Hamilton-Holder Street on the weekend.

In the East/South Zone, Bonair and St Augustine Girls High (SAGHS) played unbeaten on their way to their respective boys and girls titles while in the North Zone, Fatima and St Joseph College were equally as impressive enroute to title triumphs.

In the Under-15 Division, only the North Zone was contested with Corpus Christi College edging South East Port-of-Spain 1-0 via penalty shoot-out after a 1-1 draw in the two-team girls competition, while Diego Martin Central also won on penalty shoot-out 2-0 over high flying Fatima College ‘A’ after an entertaining 2-2 deadlock.

And in the Primary Schools category, Hockett Baptiste beat Mucurapo Girls 2-1 in their girls final, and Diego Martin Boys RC lifted its crown thanks to a 1-0 win over Tunapuna Anglican.

Primary Schools:


Hokett Baptist 0 vs Mucurapo Girls RC 0
Hokett Baptist 0 vs Malonet Gov’t 0
Mucurapo Girls RC 1 vs Maloney Gov’t 0


Hokett Baptist 2 vs Mucurapo Girls RC 1

Most Goals: Zahra De La Rosa (Mucurapo Girls RC) & Shavell Weekes (Hokett Baptist) - two goals


Group A:

Tunapuna Anglican 4 bt Tunapuna RC 0
Tunapuna Anglican 2 bt Holy Rosary 0
Holy Rosary 4 bt Tunapuna FC 0

Group B:

Diego Boys RC 4 bt Hokett Baptist 0
Diego Boys RC 1 bt Maloney Gov’t 0
Maloney Gov’t 1 bt Hokett Baptist 0

Third place:

Maloney Gov’t 1 bt Holy Rosary 0


Diego Boys RC 1 bt Tunapuna Anglican 0

Most Goals: Akiel Calliste (Tunapuna Anglican) - three goals

Secondary Schools:

North Zone Under-15:


Corpus Christi 1 bt SEPoS 0
Corpus Christi 0 vs SEPoS 0


SEPoS 1 vs Corpus Christi 1 - Corpus Christi won 1-0 via penalty shoot-out

Most Goals: Victoria Pierre (Corpus Christi) - three goals


Group A:

Fatima A 6 bt Belmont Boys 0
Fatima A 10 bt Woodbrook 0
Fatima A bt SEPoS 2-0
Fatima A bt St Mary’s 4-0
Belmont Boys 3 bt Woodbrook 0
SEPoS 2 bt Belmont Boys 0
Belmont Boys 0 vs St Mary’s 0
SEPoS 3 bt Woodbrook 0
St Mary’s 7 bt Woodbrook 0
SEPoS 2 bt St Mary’s 0

Group B:

D/Martin Central 4 bt QRC 0
QRC 2 vs Mucurapo West 2
QRC 1 vs Belmont Sec 0
Fatima B 3 vs QRC 0
D/Martin Central 4 bt Mucurapo West 0
D/Martin Central 2 bt Belmont Sec 0
D/Martin Central  2 bt Fatima B 0
Belmont Sec 3 bt Mucurapo West 0
Fatima B 3 bt Mucurapo West 0
Fatima B 2 bt Belmont Sec 1

Third place:

Fatima B 0 vs SEPoS 0 - Fatima B won 2-0 via penalty shootout


D/Martin Central 2 vs Fatima 2 - D/Martin Central won 2-0 via penalty shootout

Most Goals: Teague Marcano (Fatima A) - 16 goals

North Under-20 Girls:

Group A:

SEPoS 0 vs Corpus Christi 0
SEPoS 1 vs Providence 0
Corpus Christio 2 vs Providence 0

Group B:

St Joseph Convent (PoS) 3 vs Holy Name 0
St Joseph Convent (PoS) 3 vs Woodbrook 0
Holy Name 0 vs Woodbrook 0

NB: Woodbrook bt Holy Name 2-1 on penalty shoot-out to determine second spot in group.

Third place:

SEPoS 1 vs Woodbrook 0


St Joseph Convent (PoS) 1 vs Corpus Christi 0

Most Goals: Lauryn Pounder (St Joseph Convent (PoS) - three goals

North Under-20 Boys:

Pool A:

QRC 5 vs St George’s 5-0
QRC 5 vs Woodbrook 1
Woodbrook 2 vs St George’s 0

Pool B:

Fatima 4 vs Trinity Moka 0
Fatima 1 vs Trinity Moka

Pool C:

SEPoS 4 vs St Anthony’s 0
SEPoS 6 vs D/Martin Central B 0
St Anthony’s 3 vs D/Martin Central B 0

Pool D:

St Mary’s 0 vs D/Martin Central A 0
St Mary’s 0 vs Belmont Sec 0
D/Martin Central A 4 vs Belmont Sec 0


Fatima 2 vs SEPoS 0
QRC 0 vs D/Martin Central A 0 - QRC won 2-0 via penalty shoot-out

Third place:

D/Martin Central A 1 vs SEPoS 1 - D/Martin Central won 3-1 via penalty shoot-out


QRC 1 vs Fatima 1  - Fatima won 1-0 via penalty shoot-out

Most Goals: Kwesi Emmanuel (QRC) - six goals

East/South Under-20:


St Augustine Girls High 1 vs St Joseph Convent (St Joseph) 0
St Augustine Girls High 0 vs St Joseph Convent (St Joseph) 0


St Augustine Girls High 2 vs St Joseph Convent (St Joseph) 0

Most Goals: Shania Gajadhar (St Augustine Girls) - three goals


Tunapuna Sec 2 vs El Dorado East 1
North Gate 3 vs El Dorado East 1
El Dorado East 4 vs St Augustine Sec 1
El Dorado East 3 vs Pleasantville 1
El Dorado East 2 vs Bonair 0
Tunapuna Sec 1 vs North Gate 1
Tunapuna Sec 1 vs St Augustine 1
Tunapuna Sec 2 vs Pleasantville 2
Tunapuna Sec 2 vs Bonair 1
North Gate 5 vs St Augustine Sec 0
North Gate 2 vs Pleasantville 2
Bonair 2 vs North Gate 1
Pleasantville 1 vs St Augustine Sec 0
Bonair 2 vs St Augustine Sec 0
Bonair 3 vs Pleasantville 1


El Dorado East 2 vs North Gate 1
Bonair 1 vs Tunapuna Sec 1 - Bon Air won 2-1 via penalty shoot-out

Third place:

Tunapuna Sec 2 vs North Gate 1


Bonair 2 vs El Dorado East 0

Most Goals: Daniel Byer (North Gate) - 12 goals

The Trinidad Guardian

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