Predictably, history-rewriting San Juan Jabloteh, Nathaniel James, Justin Araujo-Wilson, Jevaughn Humphrey top Flow Youth Pro League 2017 awards

Flow Director of Marketing, Cindy-Ann Gatt, far left, and TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene and Trinidad and Tobago men's senior team coach Dennis Lawrence, far right, join San Juan Jabloteh players centre stage during the Flow Youth Pro League 2017 awards ceremony at the VIP Lounge of the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain on Thursday 13 July 2017. (Photo courtesy Christopher La Borde / Authentic Photography)
San Juan Jabloteh scooped twelve of the twenty-five top gongs, including the Club of the Year honour, when the Flow Youth Pro League hosted its 2017 awards at the VIP Lounge of the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Thursday.

The San Juan Kings rewrote the history books, yet again, in the just concluded FYPL #wherestarsareborn by becoming champions of all three (Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17) divisions for a third consecutive time #tripletriplechampions and it didn’t come a surprise the club topped the awards ceremony.

Nathaniel James, Jabloteh’s U13 star striker, led with the division’s MVP, Most Outstanding Forward and Most Goals awards. Jabloteh’s Tyrell Wiley and Emmanuel John received the awards for Most Outstanding U15 Midfielder and Most Outstanding U17 Goalkeeper respectively.

Nathaniel James’ 40 goals in all divisions (39 for the U13s and 1 for the U15s) in 2017 also stands a new YPL record, smashing the amounts achieved previously by players such as current Honduras-based forward Jerrel Britto a decade ago, and 2016 U13 top-scorer, Justin Araujo-Wilson.

Araujo-Wilson, of SKHY FC—the adopted youth club of Defence Force, was also a standout among those honoured on Thursday. The now, almost-6-foot, Under-15 forward received the division’s MVP, Most Outstanding Forward and Most Goals (14) awards while W Connection’s Jevaughn Humphrey got the awards for Most Outstanding Forward and Most Goals in the Under-17s.

Che Benny, who is currently away on trial at Sweden’s Allmänna Idrottsklubben (AIK), was named the U17 MVP.
Hattrick: San Juan Jabloteh U13 forward Nathaniel James, left, and Defence Force U15 forward Justin Araujo-Wilson, right, show off each their MVP, Most Goals and Most Outstanding Forward honours with Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence during the Flow Youth Pro League 2017 awards ceremony at the VIP Lounge of the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain on Thursday 13 July 2017. (Photo courtesy www.ttproleague.com)
“It’s a great feeling to motivate you to work harder each year and become the best that you can be, so that you can try to do better the next season and the season after that,” said Araujo-Wilson on receiving another top-scorer award.

“I’m working on becoming a professional player,” continued the Fatima College and Trinidad and Tobago Under-15 footballer. “…that’s my dream, and I won’t stop until it happens. It’s just to keep on working and keep on doing my thing.”


Winning another Most Goals award, however, came a shock to the talented forward, who missed more than half his team’s outings due to training and competition with the national U15 team.

“…to put the ball in the back of the net is (always) a good feeling in your heart and your soul, to know that you have contributed to the team,” Araujo-Wilson added. “This season I was actually surprised. I came out with 14 goals and (…) a good goal to game ratio to be proud of. I am truly blessed to get these awards.”

Araujo-Wilson also praised the achievement of new record scorer of a season, Nathan James, saying, “Nathaniel is an amazing young player, scoring 40 goals this season, and I can tell he has a great future in the Pro League and international football also.”

The pint-sized Nathaniel had a hard time balancing three awards during photocalls, perhaps far a contrast in the ease he had in banging in the goals all season. His warm smile, humility, and of course his ability on the pitch, however, could only mean more proud moments for parents Dahlia Pierre-James and Mark James.

An aspiring professional international footballer, Nathaniel already has a blueprint of his immediate, midterm and long-term goals. “Make the national U15 team then upwards. Attain eight CSEC passes. Play professionally abroad,” said the La Horquetta-born Queen’s Royal College student.

“I enjoyed (the) season,” he said of his successful debut season in the FYPL. “I enjoyed having the experience of the Pro League team; training three days a week and game on a Sunday. I enjoyed the experience of playing amongst many talented players.

“(Now) I feel proud of myself although I didn’t expect I would score many goals.”

Jabloteh secured the 2017 U15 crown, with two games to spare, on June 25, and a week later (July 2), secured the U17 title on the penultimate day. And on the final day, last Sunday, held off a sterling challenge by Police FC to record a staggering triple three-peat.

Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene applauded Jabloteh on “possibly (an) unassailable achievement”. The former Trinidad and Tobago footballer and coach told the players present, “…even though some of you don’t receive awards, you are all winners just by participating and making a decision to improve yourself.”

“I knew this FYPL was going to be a thrilling season,” said Cindy-Ann Gatt, director of marketing at Flow. “We have some of our best, most talented young players in a competition that is our version of the international FA Cup – spirited, determined young players, giving their all in every match. It goes to show that the Trinidad and Tobago football legacy is far from over.”

Gatt, who said her company wants to play its part in seeing T&T qualify for other FIFA World Cups, reminded players that there are a lot of lessons to be learnt on the field that would only make them better, stronger footballers.

She added, “When Flow signed up to be become a partner with the Youth Pro League we didn't anticipate just how rewarding this would be. As a partner, the YPL has elevated Flow not just from the perspective of brand visibility, but the partnership has reinforced our passion for sport and youth and the development of both areas. We are also extremely satisfied to be in a partnership which promotes the development of young men in sport; particularly when we are hearing disturbing stories about young men in our country. We hope we have been able to help you go in the right direction of self-determination and self-respect.”

Dave Weeks, Andre Morales and Gilbert Bateau, all of San Juan Jabloteh, received the FYPL Coach of the Year awards for U13, U15 and U17 respectively.

Weekes, who has served Jabloteh for almost two decades, and Bateau were also recognized for their contribution to football youth football along with club chairman Jerry Hospedales and team administrator Phillip Fraser. W Connection longstanding U13 coach and former national footballer, Leonson Lewis, was also recognised for his contribution to youth football while team administrator Debbie-Ann Harewood received the FYPL Administrator of the Year award. 

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 awards

Overall Team of the Year – San Juan Jabloteh

Under-13 Division
Champions – San Juan Jabloteh
Runners-up – Police FC
Third place – W Connection
Coach of the Year – Dave Weekes (San Juan Jabloteh)
Most Valuable Player – Nathaniel James (San Juan Jabloteh)
Most Goals - Nathaniel James (39) (San Juan Jabloteh)
Most Outstanding Goalkeeper – Jessiah Hercules (Police FC)
Most Outstanding Defender – Joshua Kesney (Club Sando)
Most Outstanding Midfielder – Molik Khan (W Connection)
Most Outstanding Forward – Nathaniel James (San Juan Jabloteh)

Under-15 Division
Champions – San Juan Jabloteh
Runners-up – W Connection
Third place – Point Fortin Civic
Coach of the Year – Andre Morales (San Juan Jabloteh)
Most Valuable Player – Justin Araujo-Wilson (Defence Force)
Most Goals – Justin Araujo-Wilson (14 goals) (Defence Force)
Most Outstanding Goalkeeper – Jasse Aguillera (Point Fortin Civic)
Most Outstanding Defender – Jabari Lee (W Connection)
Most Outstanding Midfielder – Tyrell Wiley (San Juan Jabloteh)
Most Outstanding Forward – Justin Araujo-Wilson (Defence Force)

Under-17 Division
Champions – San Juan Jabloteh
Runners-up – North East Stars
Third place – W Connection
Coach of the Year – Gilbert Bateau (San Juan Jabloteh)
Most Valuable Player – Che Benny (St. Ann’s Rangers)
Most Goals - Jevaughn Humphrey (10 goals) (W Connection)
Most Outstanding Goalkeeper – Emmanuel John (San Juan Jabloteh)
Most Outstanding Defender – Tyrike Andrews (W Connection)
Most Outstanding Midfielder – Jesse Williams (St. Ann’s Rangers)
Most Outstanding Forward – Jevaughn Humphrey (W Connection)
Special Awards
Youth Match Commissioner of the Year – Cassie Moore
Team Administrator of the Year – Debbie-Ann Harewood

Outstanding Contribution to Youth Football – Jerry Hospedales (San Juan Jabloteh chairman)
Outstanding Contribution to Youth Football – Leonson Lewis (W Connection U13 coach)
Outstanding Contribution to Youth Football – Gilbert Bateau (San Juan Jabloteh U17 coach)
Outstanding Contribution to Youth Football – Dave Weekes (San Juan Jabloteh U13 coach)
Outstanding Contribution to Youth Football – Phillip Fraser (San Juan Jabloteh team administrator)

Special Appreciation
TV - Peter C. Lewis (WISports)
Print - Nigel Simon (Trinidad Guardian)

Triple three-peat San Juan Kings: Jabloteh complete Flow YPL 2017 clean sweep with U13, U15, U17 titles

Photo: Proud members of the San Juan Jabloteh U13 team ahead of their 4-1 win over Police FC in the Flow Youth Pro League at San Juan North Secondary school ground in Bourg Mulatresse on June 11, 2017.

San Juan Jabloteh finished champions of the Flow 2017 Youth Pro League Under-13 division on the final day, yesterday, becoming the first club in the history of the league to win all divisions of the YPL three times in a row.

The history rewriting 'triple triple' champion club won Under-15 division, with two games to spare, on June 25, and a week later (July 2), secured the Under-17 crown on the penultimate day.

And yesterday, the final day of the 2017 campaign, the San Juan Kings U13s, with a 2-0 win over Defence Force, were celebrating as champions too, securing another historic moment for a club that have lifted the bar once more.

Jabloteh U13s, a side on 12 straight wins, needed nothing less than another victory after Police FC, the only side with a shot at upstaging them for the title, went ahead by three points before kick-off with a win by default over Morvant Caledonia United at St. James Barracks.

But with a helping leg, Jabloteh went ahead in just the second minute against Defence Force though an own goal by defender Brendon Ramjattan, who inadvertently put an attempted clearance into his own net at the San Juan North Secondary School ground.

Half hour later, Tyrell Inniss, with his first goal of the season, cushioned the eventual champions 2-0—a result they took to the final whistle. Jabloteh (49 points) finishing ahead of Police on a superior goal difference (+88/+54).

Police, creditably, had given a superb run this season, but when the dust settled yesterday, only one champion team stood tallest. Ironically, Jabloteh, led by a double from this season’s record-smashing scorer Nathaniel James (40 goals in all competitions), had defeated Police 4-1 on June 11, overtaking the Blues for top spot and held on till the end.

Yesterday, Jabloteh U15 and U17 champion sides also ended the season with wins, defeating Defence Force 2-0 and by default respectively.

San Juan Jabloteh technical director and senior team head coach Keith Jeffrey praised the work of Dave Weeks (Under-13), Andre Morales and Junior Neptune (Under-15), and Gilbert Bateau (Under-17) and for believing in the club’s philosophy.

“For a long time people will continue being envious of what we have achieved as a club,” Jeffrey said of Jabloteh, who won all divisions in 2015, then raised the bar by successfully defending all age groups in 2016, now doing so again 2017.

"As the technical director I have set certain standards that we are to work by in keeping with the Jabloteh philosophy," continued Jeffrey. "And its also great to see that even the new coaches (Andre Morales and Junior Neptune) have bought into the Jabloteh way, and together with the players we are celebrating an incredible achievement."  

All winning teams of 2017, will be honoured at Thursday’s FYPL awards ceremony which would also reveal individual top performers. But for the near two hundred plus youngsters that make up the San Juan Jabloteh youth programme, nothing can beat the new ‘triple triple’ record they have achieved.

 

Flow Youth Pro League 2017

 

Round Two Match Day Nine

 

Under-13 division

 

(Saturday 8 July)

 

W Connection 3 (Jaden Grant 16’, Levi Jones 29’, Aleem Mohammed 63’) vs Club Sando 0, at Union Recreation Ground.

 

(Sunday 9 July)

 

Central FC 6 (Giovanni Warner 4' pen., Romario Nelson 21’, 25’, 43’, 46’, Own Goal 62’) vs Point Fortin Civic 0, at D'Abadie Recreation Ground;

 

Police FC 3 vs Morvant Caledonia United 0, (Police won by default) at St. James Barracks;

 

St. Ann's Rangers 0 vs North East Stars 3, (Stars won by default) at St. Augustine West Secondary;

 

San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Own Goal 2’, Tyrell Inniss 32’) vs Defence Force 0, at San Juan North Secondary.

 

Jabloteh U17s are FYPL 2017 champions, while U13s maintain course for record-breaking third consecutive clean sweep

​File photo: San Juan Jabloteh against Central FC during the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League.

Record-smashing San Juan Jabloteh are one Under-13-win away from completing a historic "triple triple" in the (Flow) Youth Pro League.

Jabloteh, who became the first club to successfully defend all divisions in the Youth Pro League last season, completed the three-peat in the mid-division by becoming FYPL 2017 Under-15 champions a week ago, and yesterday celebrated a parallel feat in the Under-17 division after earning a valuable point in a 2-2 draw against North East Stars on the penultimate day.

First-half goals by Jodel Brown -- from the penalty spot -- and Sownde Preito in the 5th and 23rd minutes respectively, at George Boyce Recreation Ground in Arima, eventually put coach Gilbert Bateau’s side’s tally at an unassailable 40 points ahead of their final game against Defence Force next Sunday at San Juan North Secondary ground.

North East Stars were level courtesy a Jonathan Glodon strike in the 12th minute, then for a second time through Trinidad and Tobago U17 attacker, Keshawn Hackshaw, who converted from the penalty spot eight minutes from time.

However the point earned wasn't enough to keep alive the Stars’ mathematical chance at upstaging the eventual U17 champions, San Juan Jabloteh—a side that has contributed heavily to the current T&T national U17 player pool.

Instead, North East Stars (32 points), with a game in hand and left in a battle for second, slipped a spot into third, hurdled by W Connection (33 points), who had defeated Defence Force 2-0 at Trinity College East ground in Trincity.

Bateau, who serves as Jabloteh’s head coach of the club’s youth system, but more specifically the U17 team, said accomplishments of recent years are evidence of the work done by him and other coaches at the club.

He said, however, “It’s still a work in progress. It’s no secret what we are helping these kids to understand what it takes to play at a higher level abroad while trying to complement what the national setup is doing under (Trinidad and Tobago senior team head coach) Dennis Lawrence.”

Bateau, whose focus is on improving the speed of play in a holistic approach, also serves the club’s professional team as assistant coach to technical director/head coach Keith Jeffrey and had served various national men’s and women’s teams as physical trainer.

Bateau, the father of professional footballers Sheldon and Sean Bateau, said he is driven daily by his promise to try and improve the life of youths through sport.

“We don’t take away joy of playing the football at Jabloteh, to be able to play to the best of your ability,” he explained. “We don’t focus on winning first, and maybe we did it right, playing with so much intensity that it becomes an almost given that the wins will happen.”

Jabloteh had kicked off yesterday’s play with an important 5-0 win over North East Stars in the Under-13 division—a result that kept the San Juan Kings atop the division’s standings, but only ahead of Police FC on a superior goal-difference, ahead of their final game next Sunday against Defence Force and Morvant Caledonia United respectively.

Jabloteh’s goal-machine, Nathaniel James, bagged a hat-trick for the U13s, before putting his tally this term to a record-smashing 40 goals with a goal for the U15 champions in a 3-1 win over North East Stars, while U13 teammate Jaheim Faustin had a double.

Nathaniel Carrim, simultaneously, scored his 18th goal of the season in a 7-0 Police U13 win over hosts Point Fortin Civic at Mahaica Oval.

Jaheim Marshall scored a hat-trick and Josiah Wilson a double, while Jarron Pascall was also on the scoresheet in the first half as little Blues made light work of Civic to keep their alive their shot at the U13 title till the final day.

W Connection, who already secured the third-place finish in the U13s, were held to a 2-2 draw by Defence Force before defeating the hosts 4-2 and 2-0 in the U15 and U17 divisions respectively.

Connection moved two spots up the U15 standings into second, and like on the U17 ladder, the Savonetta Boys are left in a battle for runners-up behind FYPL U15 champions San Juan Jabloteh.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017
Round Two Match Day Eight results
(Sunday 2 July 2017)

Under-13 Division

Club Sando 0 vs Central FC 4 (Kyle Phillip 31’, Giovani Warner 45’, Caleb Boyce 59’, 69’), at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field;

Defence Force 2 (Joshua Mason 30', 52') vs W Connection 2 (Dantaye Gilbert 26’, 38'), at Trinity College East;

North East Stars 0 vs San Juan Jabloteh 5 (Nathaniel James 1’, 40’, 50’, Jaheim Faustin 9’, 64’), at George Boyce Recreation Ground;

Morvant Caledonia United 0 vs MIC-IT St. Ann's Rangers 3, (Rangers won by default) at Maracas Recreation Ground;

Point Fortin Civic 0 vs Police FC 7 (Jaheim Marshall 7’, 55’, 67’, Jarron Pascall 15’, Josiah Wilson 20’, 56’, Nathaniel Carrim 45’), at Mahaica Oval.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-13 standings
# Team MP W D L GF GA GD Points
1 San Juan Jabloteh 17 15 1 1 102 16 86 46
2 Police FC 17 15 1 1 66 15 51 46
3 W Connection 17 11 2 4 53 17 36 35
4 Defence Force 17 8 4 5 61 29 32 28
5 Central FC 17 8 0 9 56 43 13 24
6 North East Stars 17 7 2 8 33 38 -5 23
7 Club Sando 17 7 1 9 51 33 18 22
8 Point Fortin Civic 17 5 2 10 25 55 -30 17
9 St. Ann’s Rangers 17 1 1 15 8 89 -81 4
10 Morvant Caledonia United 17 1 0 16 11 131 -120 3

 

Under-15 Division

Club Sando 3 vs Central FC 0, (Sando won by default) at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field;

Defence Force 2 (Aiden Marcano 7', Marc Wharfe 46' pen.) vs W Connection 4 (Jerel Sandiford 30’, Adica Ash 50' pen., Kern Cedeno 57’, 59’), at Trinity College East;

North East Stars 1 (Nathaniel De Silva 12') vs San Juan Jabloteh 3 (Nickell Alexander 38’, Nathaniel James 77’, Dillon King 79’), at George Boyce Recreation Ground;

Morvant Caledonia United 1 (Justin Dos Santos 68' pen.) vs MIC-IT St. Ann's Rangers 4 (Keron Manswell 43’, Darius Douglas 50’, 52’, Ronaldinho Clarke 73’), at Maracas Recreation Ground;

Point Fortin Civic 3 (Thaj Neptune 5’, Amaale Julien 50’, 64’) vs Police FC 3 (Malachai King 13’, Dantay Cooper 44', J’dhun Martin 80’), at Mahaica Oval.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-15 standings
# Team MP W D L GF GA GD Points
1 San Juan Jabloteh 17 14 1 2 33 9 24 43
2 W Connection 17 10 2 5 32 21 11 32
3 Point Fortin Civic 17 9 4 4 32 14 18 31
4 Police FC 16 9 4 3 29 16 13 31
5 Defence Force 17 8 3 6 35 26 9 27
6 Club Sando 16 7 1 8 28 25 3 22
7 St. Ann’s Rangers 16 6 1 9 29 30 -1 19
8 North East Stars 16 4 3 9 19 33 -14 15
9 Morvant Caledonia United 17 2 4 11 20 53 -33 10
10 Central FC 17 1 3 13 8 38 -30 6


Under-17 Division

Club Sando 3 vs Central FC 0, (Sando won by default) at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field;

Defence Force 0 vs W Connection 2 (Deneilson Benjamin 4’, Zion Allen 55’), at Trinity College East;

North East Stars 2 (Jonathan Glodon 12’, Kishawn Hackshaw 82' pen.) vs San Juan Jabloteh 2 (Jodel Brown 5' pen., Sownade Prieto 23’), at George Boyce Recreation Ground;

Morvant Caledonia United 0 vs MIC-IT St. Ann's Rangers 3, (Rangers won by default) at Maracas Recreation Ground;

Point Fortin Civic 2 (Omari Cobham 35', 53') vs Police FC 2 (Ian Cowie 15’, Jelani Moore 87’), at Mahaica Oval.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-17 standings
# Team MP W D L GF GA GD Points
1 San Juan Jabloteh 17 12 4 1 46 13 33 40
2 W Connection 17 9 6 2 37 16 21 33
3 North East Stars 16 9 5 2 44 24 20 32
4 St. Ann’s Rangers 16 9 4 3 37 16 21 31
5 Club Sando 16 7 5 4 32 27 5 26
6 Point Fortin Civic 17 5 4 8 31 38 -7 19
7 Police FC 16 4 6 6 28 24 4 18
8 Morvant Caledonia United 17 3 2 12 23 45 -22 11
9 Central FC 17 2 5 10 19 46 -27 11
10 Defence Force 17 0 3 14 13 61 -48 3

FYPL: Jabloteh wins U15 crown while U13 and U17 teams run riot on Morv't Caledonia 17-0 and 11-0 respectively

Photo: San Juan Jabloteh Under-15 players and staff ahead of kick-off against Morvant Caledonia United in Flow Youth Pro League action at San Juan North Secondary ground on June 25, 2017.

San Juan Jabloteh are the champions of the 2017 Flow Youth Pro League Under-15 division, completing a three-peat in the middle division with two games to spare.

Tyrese Pierre, with only his second goal of the season, earned the eventual champions, Jabloteh, a 1-0 win over tail-enders Morvant Caledonia United last Sunday at the San Juan North Secondary School ground.

Jabloteh, champions of all divisions in the previous two seasons, have amounted an unassailable 40 points in the U15 division, leaving Point Fortin Civic (30 points), Police FC (30 points and a game in hand) and W Connection (29 points) in a tight race for second.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017

Upcoming Round Two Match Day Eight fixtures

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Club Sando

Central FC

Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field

10am

2pm

4pm

Defence Force

W Connection

Trinity College East, Trincity

10am

2pm

4pm

North East Stars

San Juan Jabloteh

Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande

10am

2pm

4pm

Morvant Caledonia Utd

St. Ann’s Rangers

Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph

10am

2pm

4pm

Point Fortin Civic

Police FC

Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin

10am

2pm

4pm


Jabloteh’s Under-13 and Under-17 sides are also hoping to complete the three-peat this season, and maintained their places at the top of the respective standings with impressive score-lines against their neighbours.

Jabloteh U13s, led by a handful from goal-machine Nathaniel James, trashed Morvant Caledonia 17-0—the biggest win of the season—in the first game of the day at the Bourg Malatrese venue.

James, who scored his first beaver-trick a week ago, went one better by scoring five times—although six goals stands his personal best of a game in the FYPL—to put his tally at 36 goals this season, while teammates Jaheim Faustin and Trevlon Weekes scored a hat-trick and double respectively.

Lindell Sween, Kanye Baker, Kyle Dwarika, Nkosi Ambrose, Hakim Lord, Israel Joseph chipped in with a goal each for Jabloteh, and an own goal on the hour mark also contributed to the heavy Morvant Caledonia U13s defeat.

Jabloteh (43 points) though, are only ahead of Police FC on the U13 standings by a superior goal-difference and must face North East Stars and Defence Force in remaining matches this season.

Police, meanwhile, kept level on points in the two-team U-13 title chase with a 3-1 win over Central FC and are against Point Fortin Civic and Morvant Caledonia in their remaining matches.

Jaheim Marshall scored a first-half double at the D'Abadie Recreation Ground for the little Blues and Nathaniel Carrim made it three nil in the second half before Kyle Ramdoo grabbed a consolation item for the Couva Sharks who went on to lose 2-1 in the U15s, but held Police to a 2-2 draw in the U17s.

Jabloteh U17s however, moved closer to the divisions crown with an 11-0 mauling of Morvant Caledonia, who conceded four from the penalty spot.

Eight points clear at the top of the U17 standings with two games left, Jabloteh (39 points) got goals Nickel Orr, who ended with a hat-trick, a double from Jodel Brown, and a goal each from Lukman Brooks, Tyrese Bailey, Emmanuel John, Kidane Lewis, Roshawn Laidow and Trevin Thomas.

Second-placed North East Stars (31 points and a game in hand) are the only team with a mathematical chance at upsetting Jabloteh to the U17 crown, but dropped vital points in a 2-2 draw against third-placed W Connection (30 points).

Flow Youth Pro League 2017
Sunday (25 June 2017) results
Round Two Match Day Seven
Under-13 division
Central FC 1 (Kyle Ramdoo 64') vs Police FC 3 (Jaheim Marshall 8’, 11’, Nathaniel Carrim 39’), at D'Abadie Recreation Ground;

St. Ann's Rangers 1 (Ajani Andrews 63’) vs Point Fortin Civic 1 (Isaiah Thompson 55'), at El Dorado West Secondary;

San Juan Jabloteh 17 (Trevlon Weekes 4’, 52’, Nathaniel James 5’, 13’, 23’, 27’, 47’, Lindell Sween 7’, Jaheim Faustin 11’, 45’, 49’, Kanye Baker 20’, Kyle Dwarika 25’, Nkosi Ambrose 31’, Hakim Lord 39’, Israel Joseph 67’, Own Goal 58’) vs Morvant Caledonia United 0, at San Juan North Secondary;

W Connection 4 (Shakeem Williams 36’, Aleem Mohammed 38’, Chaz Forde 62’, Own Goal 70’) vs North East Stars 0, at Union Recreation Ground;

Club Sando 2 (Miguel Prescott 66’, Anthony Williams 76’) vs Defence Force 3 (Terrel Gibson 13’, Joshua Mason 20’, 58’), at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training ground.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-13 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

16

14

1

1

97

16

81

43

2

Police FC

16

14

1

1

59

15

44

43

3

W Connection

16

11

1

4

51

15

36

34

5

Defence Force

16

8

3

5

59

27

32

27

4

North East Stars

16

7

2

7

33

33

0

23

7

Club Sando

16

7

1

8

51

29

22

22

6

Central FC

16

7

0

9

52

43

9

21

8

Point Fortin Civic

16

5

2

9

25

48

-23

17

9

Morvant Caledonia United

16

1

0

15

11

128

-117

3

10

St. Ann’s Rangers

16

0

1

15

5

89

-84

1


Under-15 division
Central FC 1 (Jeremiah Lewis 41') vs Police FC 2 (Daniel Warner 20’, J’Dun Martin 62’), at D'Abadie Recreation Ground;

St. Ann's Rangers 0 vs Point Fortin Civic 3 (Thaj Neptune 23' pen., Jhavani Jack 43’, Moredecai Brown 67’), at El Dorado West Secondary;

San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Tyrese Pierre 40') vs Morvant Caledonia United 0, at San Juan North Secondary;

W Connection 6 (Jerel Sandiford 31’, Nicholas Dyett 48’, Tarik Lee 50’, Adica Ash 55’, 63’, Jabari Lee 80’) vs North East Stars 0, at Union Recreation Ground;

Club Sando 5 (Flex Lewis 4’, Rhowen Stewart Williams 17’, Nesean Duncan 75’, Kerdeem Christopher 77’, 79’) vs Defence Force 0, at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-15 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

16

13

1

2

30

8

22

40

2

Point Fortin Civic

16

9

3

4

29

11

18

30

3

Police FC

15

9

3

3

26

13

13

30

4

W Connection

16

9

2

5

28

19

9

29

5

Defence Force

16

8

3

5

33

22

11

27

6

Club Sando

15

6

1

8

25

25

0

19

7

St. Ann’s Rangers

15

5

1

9

25

29

-4

16

8

North East Stars

15

4

3

8

18

30

-12

15

9

Morvant Caledonia United

16

2

4

10

19

49

-30

10

10

Central FC

16

1

3

12

8

35

-27

6


Under-17 division
Central FC 2 (Tyrese Williams 30’, Shaquille John 69’) vs Police FC 2 (Emmanuel Elie 43’, Kareem Grant 87’), at D'Abadie Recreation Ground;

St. Ann's Rangers 5 (Che Benny 16’, 86’ Nkosi Salandy 36’, 54’, Jesse Williams 45') vs Point Fortin Civic 1 (Jameel Pierre 22'), at El Dorado West Secondary;

San Juan Jabloteh 11 (Nickel Orr 5’ pen., 13’, 47’, Jodel Brown 35’, 49’, Lukman Brooks 45’ pen., Tyrese Bailey 61’, Emmanuel John 72’ pen., Kidane Lewis 80’, Roshawn Laidow 89’ pen., Trevin Thomas 90'+) vs Morvant Caledonia United 0, at San Juan North Secondary;

W Connection 2 (Caleb Gasper 55’, Trike Andrews 77’ pen.) vs North East Stars 2 (Darnell Charles 45', John-Paul Rochford), at Union Recreation Ground;

Club Sando 5 (Oshalw* Moses 20’, 22’, 48’, Isa Bramble 35’, Atiba Lewis 37’) vs Defence Force 1 (Alexi George 63'), Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field.

Flow Youth Pro League 2017 UNDER-17 standings

#

Team

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1

San Juan Jabloteh

16

12

3

1

44

11

33

39

2

North East Stars

15

9

4

2

42

22

20

31

3

W Connection

16

8

6

2

35

16

19

30

4

St. Ann’s Rangers

15

8

4

3

34

16

18

28

6

Club Sando

15

6

5

4

29

27

2

23

5

Point Fortin Civic

16

5

3

8

29

36

-7

18

7

Police FC

15

4

5

6

26

22

4

17

8

Morvant Caledonia United

16

3

2

11

23

42

-19

11

9

Central FC

16

2

5

9

19

43

-24

11

10

Defence Force

16

0

3

13

13

59

-46

3



Flow Youth Pro League 2017

Upcoming Round Two Match Day Eight fixtures

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Home

Away

Venue

U-13

U-15

U-17

Club Sando

Central FC

Mannie Ramjohn Stadium training field

10am

2pm

4pm

Defence Force

W Connection

Trinity College East, Trincity

10am

2pm

4pm

North East Stars

San Juan Jabloteh

Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande

10am

2pm

4pm

Morvant Caledonia Utd

St. Ann’s Rangers

Maracas Recreation Ground, St. Joseph

10am

2pm

4pm

Point Fortin Civic

Police FC

Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin

10am

2pm

4pm