Flow YPL round-up: Stars revel in Point, Police U13s held while W Connection and Jabloteh share spoils in Claxton Bay

​File photo: San Juan Jabloteh versus Central FC.

Police FC Under-13’s ten-game winning stretch came to a halt last Sunday when they were held to a 2-2 draw by visiting Defence Force at the St. James Barracks outside field in Round Two Match Day Two action of the Flow Youth Pro League 2017.

Double-scorer Nathaniel Carrim rescued a point for the little Blues, who remained unbeaten at the summit of the U13 standings with 31 points, but only three points ahead of second-place San Juan Jabloteh who edged W Connection 1-0 courtesy a 65th-minute Nathaniel James strike—his sixteenth goal of the season.

Carrim had given Police a 17th-minute lead which was overturned by Defence Force through a double from Darion Marfan, who netted in the 18th and 38th minutes. But Carrim had the last say pulling Police level in the 61st minute.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017

Upcoming Round Two Match Day Three fixtures

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Central FC

San Juan Jabloteh

D’Abadie Recreation Ground, Arima

10am

2pm

4pm

W Connection

St. Ann’s Rangers

Union Recreation Ground, Claxton Bay

10am

2pm

4pm

Club Sando

Police FC

Mannie Ramjohn Stad. training field, Marabella

10am

2pm

4pm

Defence Force

Point Fortin Civic

Trinity College East, Trincity

10am

2pm

4pm

North East Stars

Morvant Caledonia Utd

Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande

10am

2pm

4pm

Rescheduled Round Two Match Day Two fixtures

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Morvant Caledonia Utd

Central FC

Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph

10am

2pm

4pm


Police also had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Defence Force in the Under-15 division. Mathias Hinkson’s 72nd-minute item levelled the game after Defence Force’s Jasiel Edwards had the visitors ahead on 33 minutes.

Defence Force weren’t done there. Their Under-17 side also grabbed a point on the day, only their second of the season and remains bottom of the table, by holding Police to a 2-2 draw.

Ojorie Kanneth had Defence Force ahead in the first minute of play, but his side needed a Shaquem Bleasdell equaliser 20 minutes from time to avoid a tenth defeat of the season after Jabari Boyce (34th minute) had levelled Police and Zion Mc Leod (51st minute) put the hosts ahead from the penalty spot.

Also in the U17 category, W Connection held leaders San Juan Jabloteh to a 2-2 draw on Saturday but had to settle for slipping into third after North East Stars wrapped up their Sunday visit at the Mahaica Oval in Point Fortin with a 4-0 win over hosts Point Fortin Civic.

Jaydon Prowell scored twice for the North East Stars U17s while Keyon Boney and John-Paul Rochford had a goal each to complete the trifecta for North East Stars who earlier defeated Civic 3-0 and 1-0 in the U13 and U15 divisions.

Elsewhere, Kesean St. Rose scored on the hour mark to give St. Ann’s Rangers a narrow 1-0 win over Club Sando in the U17 division at St. Augustine Secondary School.

Rangers had also defeated Club Sando 4-0 in the U15 division with a hat-trick from Keron Manswell and an opening item from Darius Douglas.

Sando, though, had the first victory of the day, defeating Rangers 2-0 with a double from Darion Marfan.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017
Round Two Match Day Two results
(Sunday 21 May 2017)
UNDER-13
Point Fortin Civic 0 vs North East Stars 3 (Own Goal 5’, 45’, Terron Miller 55’), at Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin;

Police FC 2 (Nathaniel Carrim 17’, 61’) vs Defence Force 2 (Darion Marfan 18’, 38’), at St. James Barracks outside field;

St. Ann’s Rangers 0 vs Club Sando 2 (Jeremiah Ottway 9’, 19’), at St. Augustine Secondary School;

W Connection 0 vs San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Nathaniel James 65’), at Union Recreation Ground, Claxton Bay.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-13 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

Police FC

11

10

1

0

41

9

32

31

2

San Juan Jabloteh

11

9

1

1

52

13

39

28

3

W Connection

11

7

1

3

29

12

17

22

4

Club Sando

11

5

1

5

37

18

19

16

5

North East Stars

11

5

1

5

22

21

1

16

6

Defence Force

11

4

2

5

33

19

14

14

7

Point Fortin Civic

10

4

1

5

16

25

-9

13

8

Central FC

9

4

0

5

30

25

5

12

9

St. Ann’s Rangers

10

0

0

10

4

54

-50

0

10

Morvant Caledonia United

9

0

0

9

4

72

-68

0


(Sunday 21 May 2017)
UNDER-15
Point Fortin Civic 0 vs North East Stars 1 (Chad Alonzo 5’), at Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin;

Police FC 1 (Mathias Hinkson 72’) vs Defence Force 1 (Jasiel Edwards 33’), at St. James Barracks outside field;

St. Ann’s Rangers 4 (Darius Douglas 2’, Keron Manswell 26’, 57’, 60’) vs Club Sando 3 (Kal-el Agard 28’, Kerdeem Christopher 42’, Matthew Lee Cummings 53’), at St. Augustine Secondary School;

W Connection 1 (Nicholas Dyett 18’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 0, at Union Recreation Ground, Claxton Bay.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-15 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

11

9

0

2

21

6

15

27

2

Defence Force

11

7

2

2

29

12

17

23

3

W Connection

11

7

1

3

13

11

2

22

4

Police FC

11

6

3

2

19

7

12

21

5

Point Fortin Civic

10

5

2

3

21

8

13

17

6

St. Ann’s Rangers

11

5

0

6

22

21

1

15

7

North East Stars

11

4

1

6

14

19

-5

13

8

Club Sando

11

3

1

7

15

22

-7

10

9

Morvant Caledonia United

10

1

2

7

10

36

-26

5

10

Central FC

9

0

0

9

2

24

-22

0


(Sunday 21 May 2017)
UNDER-17
Point Fortin Civic 0 vs North East Stars 4 (Jaydon Prowell 18’, 27’, Keyon Boney 22’, John-Paul Rochford 36’), at Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin;

Police FC 2 (Jabari Boyce 34’, Zion Mc Leod 51’ pen.) vs Defence Force 2 (Ojorie Kanneth 1’, Shaquem Bleasdell 70’), at St. James Barracks outside field;

St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Kesean St. Rose 60’) vs Club Sando 0, at St. Augustine Secondary School;

(Saturday 20 May 2017)
W Connection 2 (Mark Ramdeen 49’, 53’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Kyle Thomas 22’, Tyrese Bailey 67’), at Union Recreation Ground, Claxton Bay.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-17 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

11

7

3

1

23

7

16

24

2

St. Ann’s Rangers

11

6

3

2

26

11

15

21

3

North East Stars

11

6

3

2

25

15

10

21

4

W Connection

11

5

5

1

18

8

10

20

5

Police FC

11

4

4

3

20

13

7

16

6

Point Fortin Civic

10

4

1

5

17

18

-1

13

7

Club Sando

11

3

4

4

18

22

-4

13

8

Morvant Caledonia United

10

3

0

7

18

19

-1

9

9

Central FC

9

1

1

7

4

28

-24

4

10

Defence Force

11

0

2

9

9

37

-28

2



Flow Youth Pro League 2017

Upcoming Round Two Match Day Three fixtures

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Central FC

San Juan Jabloteh

D’Abadie Recreation Ground, Arima

10am

2pm

4pm

W Connection

St. Ann’s Rangers

Union Recreation Ground, Claxton Bay

10am

2pm

4pm

Club Sando

Police FC

Mannie Ramjohn Stad. training field, Marabella

10am

2pm

4pm

Defence Force

Point Fortin Civic

Trinity College East, Trincity

10am

2pm

4pm

North East Stars

Morvant Caledonia Utd

Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande

10am

2pm

4pm

Rescheduled Round Two Match Day Two fixtures

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Morvant Caledonia Utd

Central FC

Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph

10am

2pm

4pm

Che Benny dribbling ahead of Manchester United experience

 Photo: Manchester United academy coaches Mike Neary and William Miller flank Ronaldo Flowers and Che Benny, the winners of the 2017 Flow Ultimate Football Experience challenge at President's Ground in St. Ann's, Port-of-Spain.

St. Ann’s Rangers Under-17 midfield prodigy Che Benny and Antigua and Barbuda’s Ronaldo Flowers will both jet off on Thursday, with their destination Manchester United in England, after winning the Flow Ultimate Football Experience 2017 challenge final at President’s Ground in St. Ann’s, Trinidad two weekends ago.

Benny, 16, and 13-year-old Flowers, fondly referred to as ‘little Ronaldo (Brazil)’, stood out amongst a group of 30 finalists from across the Caribbean who were put to the test by Manchester United academy coaches Mike Neary and William Miller.

Benny, who scored an instinctive half-line goal during the first of two scrimmages during the Flow Ultimate Football Experience final, said it’s a dream come true to visit his favourite club, Manchester United, and meet his favourite player, Spain’s Juan Mata, as well other stars such as France international Paul Pogba and Spain international Ander Herrera.

“It was at the start of the second half and I (quickly) spotted to goalkeeper off his line,” said the Belmont-born Trinidad and Tobago Under-17 footballer as he recalled the moment. “After I scored Mike (Neary) came and congratulated me, and he gave me a wink. I knew from then I had made it, although it didn’t stop me from working.”

Benny also said that Dwight Yorke, the Tobago-born Manchester United legend and ambassador who he had bet before for shooting tips during a training session with the T&T U17s, had reminded him on the day that he was representing Trinidad and Tobago in the Flow Ultimate Football Experience challenge.

Benny who dribbled his way to the top prize said he has also been weaving through all the attention over the past two weeks which included on-camera interviews.

Flowers, who, like Benny, wants to become a professional footballer, said, “The [Ultimate Football Experience] challenge was very difficult because there were other talented players but I played hard.”
Photo: (L to R) Cindy Ann Gatt, director of marketing at FLOW, St. Ann's Rangers midfielder Che Benny, Minister of Sport Darryl Smith, Manchester United legend Dwight Yorke and Manchester United academy coach Mike Neary on the completion of the 2017 Flow Ultimate Football Experience challenge at President's Ground in St. Ann's, Port-of-Spain.
Both Benny and Flowers will enjoy a VIP experience, not limited to themselves but also a guardian and their respective club coach, at Old Trafford, Manchester United’s iconic stadium in Greater Manchester over a four-day period.

“This is once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and definitely the ‘ultimate football experience’ that these two young footballers have been given through Flow’s partnership with Manchester United,” said Wendy McDonald, Flow’s senior director of communications for the Caribbean, in a news release by the company. “We will continue to follow their journey to Manchester United and we hope this will encourage even more aspiring footballers from the Caribbean to be ready for opportunities like this.”

Rangers U17 coach Everette “Rocket” Williams, who will accompany Benny and his uncle Kevin Villafana, said the visit will include touring the famous Manchester United museum, witnessing a training session under the Red Devils’ first team boss José Mourinho and witness the club’s final English Premier League clash of the season against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Benny and his coach are both hoping he also gets a chance showcase his talent against Manchester United academy players, and experience a glimpse at life at one of the world’s most-recognised and symbolic athletic centres, the state-of-the-art Aon Training Complex.

“Football is everything to Benny and he has always been committed to the game,” said Williams. “It’s a great joy for him. But it’s also a great joy for me because his effort has also fulfilled one of my biggest dreams, which is to meet one of the top coaches of the world, José Mourinho.

“We never doubted Benny would top the [Flow Ultimate Football Experience challenge]. Every game in the (Flow) Youth Pro League Benny stands out as the man-of-the-match. He is a naturally gifted player and all we had to do was polish him Rangers. He is also a very humble youngster that makes everyone around him happy – an excellent role model for other young players.”

Benny, who joined Rangers seven years ago from Trendsetter Hawks, a former club of his coach Williams, also represents St. Anthony’s College.

Last February, in a 3-3 draw between Rangers and Club Sando, he became the first 16-year-old in the history of the Pro League to score a top-flight double.

Darius Douglas trick not enough as Rangers U15s edged by Defence Force counterparts in Flow YPL

​File photo: St. Ann’s Rangers (red and blue) versus Central FC in 2017 action of the Flow Youth Pro League.

Darius Douglas scored his second hat-trick of the season last Saturday but it wasn’t enough as the attacking midfielder and his St. Ann’s Rangers Under-15 team-mates were edged 4-3 by Defence Force in Round Two Match Day One of the Flow Youth Pro League 2017.

Douglas, now with 9 league goals this season, scored in the 51st, 55th and 57th minutes to overturn a two-goal first half deficit after hosts Defence Force took into the break a two nil lead courtesy a Joshua Samuel double (37th & 39th minutes).

But unlike his hat-trick in a 5-1 win against Central FC on 2 April, Douglas’ latest exploit came in a losing result at Trinity College East in Trincity.

Defence Force had struck back twice within a space of three minutes, grabbing the equaliser through Jeremiah Williams in the 78th minute, and the winner from Marc Wharfe ten minutes from time to maintain second spot on the U15 standings with 22 points.

San Juan Jabloteh (27 points) maintained their five-point lead at the top of the U15 standings with a 2-0 win over Club Sando thanks to a Micai Peters double, separated by the half.

Third-place Police FC (20 points) were slowed by North East Stars, who held the Blues to a 1-1 draw. W Connection (19 points) meanwhile, hurdled Point Fortin Civic (17 points) for third.

Adica Ash’s late item earned Connection a narrow 1-0 win over Central at the D’Abadie Recreation Ground in Arima, while Civic were held to a 2-2 draw by Morvant Caledonia United at Maracas Recreation Ground in St. Joseph.

Morvant Caledonia, who lost 3-1 in the Under-13 division against the visiting Civic, later handed over all three points by default in the Under-17 division.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017

Upcoming Round Two Match Day Two fixtures

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

W Connection

San Juan Jabloteh

Gilbert Park, Couva

 

 

4pm

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Point Fortin Civic

North East Stars

Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin

10am

2pm

4pm

Police FC

Defence Force

St. James Barracks, outside field

10am

2pm

4pm

St. Ann’s Rangers

Club Sando

St. Augustine Secondary

10am

2pm

4pm

W Connection

San Juan Jabloteh

Union Recreation Ground, Claxton Bay

10am

2pm

 

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Morvant Caledonia Utd

Central FC

Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph

10am

2pm

4pm


Defence Force U13s were the biggest winners of last Saturday, ending a four-game losing streak with a 7-2 win over Rangers.

Joshua Mason scored a beaver-trick, finding the back of the visitors’ net in the 13th, 18th, 30th and 66th minutes, for the Defence Force U13s, who also had a double from Terrell Gibson and an item from Christopher Brooks.

Defence Force moved up two spots into fifth with 13 points on the U13 standings, but are still a long way from leaders Police FC (30 points), who, perfect at the top with maximum points after ten games, got their latest victory by edging North East Stars 2-1.

Rangers, though, remain anchored at the bottom and without a point as Morvant Caledonia.

Rangers, however, stormed back in the U17 division to defeat Defence Force 4-0 and hurdle North East Stars (18 points) by goal-difference for third spot, one point behind W Connection but five points adrift of leaders Jabloteh, who were held to a 2-2 draw by Club Sando.

Naphtali Carrington opened the scoring for Rangers U17s after just three minutes, but it was not until in the last 17 minutes of the game that the St. Ann’s side ran away with the comfortable result.

Che Benny, the winner of the Flow Ultimate Football Experience 2017, notched his sixth goal of the season ahead of his VIP experience at Manchester United later this week. Nkosi Salandy scored Rangers’ third item on 82 minutes and Kesean St. Rose made it 4-0 in the 90th-minute.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017
Round Two Match Day One Results
(Saturday, May 13, 2017)
UNDER-13 Division
Central FC 1 (Du’Shawn Augustus 65’) vs W Connection 2 (Molik Khan 32’, 35’), at D’Abadie Recreation Ground, Arima;

Club Sando 3 (Anthony Williams 53’, Jeremiah Ottway 65’, Jalon Brereton 66’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 4 (Jaheim Faustin 5’, Jordan Ferguson 24’, Nkosi Ambrose 42’, Lawrence Thomas 52’), Grand Chemin Ground, Moruga;

Defence Force 7 (Joshua Mason 13’, 18’, 30’, 66’, Christopher Brooks 38’, Terrell Gibson 43’, 45’) vs St. Ann’s Rangers 2 (Ajani Andrews 64’, Brandon Parks 67’), at Trinity College East, Trincity;

North East Stars 1 (Jean Pierre Reyes 58’) vs Police FC 2 (Tyreke Harding 57’, Isaiah Thomas 65’), at Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande;

Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Ivan George 8’) vs Point Fortin Civic 3 (Kanye Francis 2’, Isaiah Thompson 6’, 31’), at Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-13 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

Police FC

10

10

0

0

39

7

32

30

2

San Juan Jabloteh

10

8

1

1

51

13

38

25

3

W Connection

10

7

1

2

29

11

18

22

4

Club Sando

10

4

1

5

35

18

17

13

5

North East Stars

10

4

1

5

19

21

-2

13

6

Central FC

9

4

0

5

30

25

5

12

7

Defence Force

10

4

1

5

31

17

14

13

8

Point Fortin Civic

9

4

1

4

16

22

-6

13

9

St. Ann’s Rangers

9

0

0

9

4

52

-48

0

10

Morvant Caledonia United

9

0

0

9

4

72

-68

0


UNDER-15 Division
Central FC 0 vs W Connection 1 (Adica Ash 78’), at D’Abadie Recreation Ground, Arima;

Club Sando 0 vs San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Micai Peters 40’, 48’), Grand Chemin Ground, Moruga;

Defence Force 4 (Joshua Samuel 37’, 39’, Jeremiah Williams 78’, Marc Wharfe 80’) vs St. Ann’s Rangers 3 (Darius Douglas 51’, 55’, 57’), at Trinity College East, Trincity;

North East Stars 1 (Alvin Moses 76’) vs Police FC 1 (Mathias Hinkson 10’), at Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande;

Morvant Caledonia United 2 (Naeem Bisnath 55’, Jaheim Granderson 76’) vs Point Fortin Civic 2 (Amaale Julien 25’, Jhavani Jack 51’), at Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-15 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

10

9

0

1

21

5

16

27

2

Defence Force

10

7

1

2

28

11

17

22

3

Police FC

10

6

2

2

18

6

12

20

4

Point Fortin Civic

9

5

2

2

21

7

14

17

5

W Connection

10

6

1

3

12

11

1

19

6

St. Ann’s Rangers

10

4

0

6

18

18

0

12

7

Club Sando

10

3

1

6

12

18

-6

10

8

North East Stars

10

3

1

6

13

19

-6

10

9

Morvant Caledonia United

10

1

2

7

10

36

-26

5

10

Central FC

9

0

0

9

2

24

-22

0



UNDER-17 Division
Central FC 1 (Dorian Sampson 53’) vs W Connection 1 (Tyrike Andrews 73’), at D’Abadie Recreation Ground, Arima;

Club Sando 2 (Jardel Sinclair 38’, Ronaldo Mc Intosh 53’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Brandon Semper 76’, Trevin Thomas 85’), Grand Chemin Ground, Moruga;

Defence Force 0 vs St. Ann’s Rangers 4 (Naphtali Carrington 3’, Che Benny 74’, Nkosi Salandy 82’, Kesean St. Rose 90’), at Trinity College East, Trincity;

North East Stars 2 (John-Paul Rochford 1’, Jaydon Prowell 5’) vs Police FC 2 (Romario Burke 61’, Jabari Boyce 73’), at Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande;

Morvant Caledonia United 0 vs Point Fortin Civic 3, at Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph.
Civic won by default.

North East Stars 2 vs Police FC 2 

Morvant Caledonia United 0 vs Point Fortin Civic 3, at Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph.
Civic won by default.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-17 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

10

7

2

1

21

5

16

23

2

W Connection

10

5

4

1

16

6

10

19

3

North East Stars

10

5

3

2

21

15

6

18

4

St. Ann’s Rangers

10

5

3

2

25

11

14

18

5

Police FC

10

4

3

3

18

11

7

15

7

Club Sando

10

3

4

3

18

21

-3

13

8

Point Fortin Civic

9

4

1

4

17

14

3

13

6

Morvant Caledonia United

10

3

0

7

18

19

-1

9

9

Central FC

9

1

1

7

4

28

-24

4

10

Defence Force

10

0

1

9

7

35

-28

1



Flow Youth Pro League 2017

Upcoming Round Two Match Day Two fixtures

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

W Connection

San Juan Jabloteh

Gilbert Park, Couva

 

 

4pm

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Point Fortin Civic

North East Stars

Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin

10am

2pm

4pm

Police FC

Defence Force

St. James Barracks, outside field

10am

2pm

4pm

St. Ann’s Rangers

Club Sando

St. Augustine Secondary

10am

2pm

4pm

W Connection

San Juan Jabloteh

Union Recreation Ground, Claxton Bay

10am

2pm

 

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Morvant Caledonia Utd

Central FC

Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph

10am

2pm

4pm

 

Police U13s rain goals on Morvant Caledonia Utd in sunny Maracas

File photo: Police FC (blue and white) versus San Juan Jabloteh during the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League.

Police FC Under-13 players stuck a pot of goals under the sunshine of last Sunday when they whipped Morvant Caledonia United 11-0 at the Maracas Recreation Ground in the final match-day of Round One in the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League.

Nathaniel Carrim ended with a second-half hat-trick, taking his tally to nine goals in as many matches for the Blues, while team-mates Jayden Moore, Jaron Pascall and Tyreke Harding each had a double, and Fabien Ayres and Imani Lewis one each in the comfortable Police U13s win.

It wasn’t, however, the heaviest defeat suffered by the table-propping Morvant Caledonia U13s who remain without a point and a game in hand against another side without a point, St. Ann’s Rangers.

Morvant Caledonia who were twice defeated 12-0 this season (against Defence Force on 26 March and San Juan Jabloteh on 23 April), suffered the worst loss in all divisions this season, 13-0 in a rescheduled clash against Central FC on 30 March.

The latest double-figure, however, kept Police (27 points) at the summit of the U13 standings, five points clear of closest challengers San Juan Jabloteh, who leads the Under-15 and Under-17 standings.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017

Upcoming Round Two Match Day One fixtures

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Central FC

W Connection

D’Abadie Recreation Ground, Arima

10am

2pm

4pm

Club Sando

San Juan Jabloteh

Grand Chemin, Moruga

10am

2pm

4pm

Defence Force

St. Ann’s Rangers

Trinity College East, Trincity

10am

2pm

4pm

North East Stars

Police FC

Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande

10am

2pm

4pm

Morvant Caledonia Utd

Point Fortin Civic

Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph

10am

2pm

4pm


Nathaniel James scored his 13th, 14th and 15th goals of the season to steer Jabloteh U13s to a 4-2 win over Defence Force at Trinity East in Trincity.

Jabloteh also defeated the hosts 1-0 and 2-0 in the U15 and U17 divisions, respectively, to complete the trifecta as did Police against their Morvant Caledonia U15 and U17 counterparts.

Matthias Hinkson, Ajay Ward and Jardel Joslyn, with his first Police goal this season, each scored against Morvant Caledonia U15s for a 3-1 victory. Jardell Mitchell scored the lone Morvant Caledonia U15 goal which turned out the only item for the hosts last Sunday after the U17s outfit fell 3-0 against Police.

Zion Mc Leod, Romario Burke and Kareem Grant were the latest heroes for Police, who occupy fifth position on the U17 standings, and will next travel to Ojoe Road Recreation Ground in Sangre Grande against North East Stars on Saturday 13 May. (See full results, standings and upcoming fixtures below.)

Flow Youth Pro League 2017
Round One Match Day Nine results
(Sunday, May 7, 2017)
Under-13 Division
Morvant Caledonia United 0
 vs Police FC 11 (Jayden Moore 23’, 65’, Jaron Pascall 26’, 28’, Tyreke Harding 34’, 64’ pen., Fabien Ayres 35’, Imani Lewis 39’, Nathaniel Carrim 55’, 59’, 61’), at Maracas Recreation Ground;

North East Stars 4 (Jaheem Homer 3’, Terron Miller 30’, 55’, Tyrik Trotman 60’) vs St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Ajani Andrews 23’), at Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande;

Defence Force 2 (Own Goal 36’, Christopher Brooks 60’) vs San Juan Jabloteh 4 (Nathaniel James 11’, 63’, 68’, Jaheim Faustin 27’), at Trinity East, Trincity;

Club Sando 1 (Jeremiah Ottway 37’) vs W Connection 3 (Shakeem Williams 4’, Jkwon Bailey 15’, Dantaye Gilbert 27’ pen.), at Grand Chemin Recreation Ground, Moruga.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-13 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

Police FC

9

9

0

0

37

6

31

27

2

San Juan Jabloteh

9

7

1

1

47

10

37

22

3

W Connection

9

6

1

2

27

10

17

19

4

Club Sando

9

4

1

4

32

14

18

13

5

North East Stars

9

4

1

4

18

19

-1

13

6

Central FC

8

4

0

4

29

23

6

12

7

Defence Force

9

3

1

5

24

15

9

10

8

Point Fortin Civic

8

3

1

4

13

21

-8

10

9

St. Ann’s Rangers

8

0

0

8

2

45

-43

0

10

Morvant Caledonia United

8

0

0

8

3

69

-66

0


Under-15 Division
Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Jardel Mitchell 41’) vs Police FC 3 (Matthias Hinkson 3’, Ajay Ward 20’, Jardel Joslyn 63’), at Maracas Recreation Ground;

North East Stars 3 (Isaiah Coxall 26’, Chad Alonzo 44’, Omari Adams 51’) vs St. Ann’s Rangers 1 (Keston Manswell 37’), at Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande;

Defence Force 0 vs San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Terrel Wiley 71’), at Trinity East, Trincity;

Club Sando 1 (Noah Simmons 11’) vs W Connection 2 (Nicholas Dyett 57’, Kern Cedeno 63’), at Grand Chemin Recreation Ground, Moruga.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-15 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

9

8

0

1

19

5

14

24

2

Defence Force

9

6

1

2

24

8

16

19

3

Police FC

9

6

1

2

17

5

12

19

4

Point Fortin Civic

8

5

1

2

19

5

14

16

5

W Connection

9

5

1

3

11

11

0

16

6

St. Ann’s Rangers

9

4

0

5

15

14

1

12

7

Club Sando

9

3

1

5

12

16

-4

10

8

North East Stars

9

3

0

6

12

18

-6

9

9

Morvant Caledonia United

9

1

1

7

8

34

-26

4

10

Central FC

8

0

0

8

2

23

-21

0


Under-17 Division
Morvant Caledonia United 0
 vs Police FC 3 (Zion Mc Leod 28’, Romario Burke 30’, Kareem Grant 79’), at Maracas Recreation Ground;

North East Stars 2 (Jorel Grant 18’ pen., Devon Charles 60’) vs St. Ann’s Rangers 2 (Jesse Williams 63’, Jerrell Hibbert 84’), at Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande;

Defence Force 0 vs San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Jodel Brown 28’, Lukman Brooks 40’), at Trinity East, Trincity;

Club Sando 1 (Jardel Sinclair 12’) vs W Connection 1 (Kyjuan Sampson 7’), at Grand Chemin Recreation Ground, Moruga.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-17 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

9

7

1

1

19

3

16

22

2

W Connection

9

5

3

1

15

5

10

18

3

North East Stars

9

5

2

2

19

13

6

17

4

St. Ann’s Rangers

9

4

3

2

21

11

10

15

5

Police FC

9

4

2

3

16

9

7

14

7

Club Sando

9

3

3

3

16

19

-3

12

8

Point Fortin Civic

8

3

1

4

14

14

0

10

6

Morvant Caledonia United

9

3

0

6

18

16

2

9

9

Central FC

8

1

0

7

3

27

-24

3

10

Defence Force

9

0

1

8

7

31

-24

1

 

Flow Youth Pro League 2017

Upcoming Round Two Match Day One fixtures

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Central FC

W Connection

D’Abadie Recreation Ground, Arima

10am

2pm

4pm

Club Sando

San Juan Jabloteh

Grand Chemin, Moruga

10am

2pm

4pm

Defence Force

St. Ann’s Rangers

Trinity College East, Trincity

10am

2pm

4pm

North East Stars

Police FC

Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande

10am

2pm

4pm

Morvant Caledonia Utd

Point Fortin Civic

Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph

10am

2pm

4pm