Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 footballers topped Group 2 of the CFU Opening round of qualification after drawing with St Lucia 1-1 in their final group encounter at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Sunday night. Go here for more
T&T HIT 11 PAST TURKS
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 Men’s Team demolished Turks and Caicos 11-0 in their second CFU First Round encounter at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Friday night to move to the top of the group table on six points and virtually assure themselves of a place in the CFU Final round in Curacao in October.
Only the group winners advance on an automatic passage which will be determined when T&T faces St Lucia from 6:30pm on Sunday as St Lucia defeated Guadeloupe 1-0 in the earlier match on Friday. But T&T are likely to at least finish as either first, second or third best runner up team among the sides in the four groups.
T&T got out of the block in blistering pace on Friday as the Turks and Caicos proved to be little match for the Brian Williams-coached unit.
Central FC forward Nicholas Dillon led the way with five goals in the evening, scoring in the 11’, 29’, 49th, 61’ and 65′. DirecTV W Connection’s 15-year old midfielder Isaiah Hudson notched a pair in the 15′ ad 58′ with substitute Micah Lansiquot finding the net in the 72′ after Noah Powder struck in the 56′. Kierron Mason had earlier put T&T 4-0 ahead in the 46th minute. Morgan Bruce put the final nail on the visitors with a goal in the 83rd minute.
CHECK OUT THE PROFILES OF THE MEN’S UNDER 20 PLAYERS
T&T STARTS WITH 1-0 WIN
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 footballers began their 2017 World Cup qualifying quest with a 1-0 win over Guadeloupe at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Wednesday night. Go here for More
Cooper tips Under 20s to advance in CFU qualifiers
Former Trinidad and Tobago Under 17 head coach Shawn Cooper is tipping to the National Under 20 Team to advance to the Caribbean Football Union Final Round in October by way of getting through their first round assignment starting on Wednesday at the Ato Boldon Stadium against Guadeloupe. See More
15-year old Hudson eyes U-20 Glory
Fifteen-year-old Isaiah Hudson is the youngest member of the Trinidad and Tobago National Under 20 Men’s Team that will begin their quest for World Cup qualification on Wednesday against Guadeloupe at the Ato Boldon Stadium. He is considered the baby of the team but has considerable experience,having already been on training stints with AS Roma in Italy in 2014 and Aston Villa last year. He was also a member of the National Under 17 team last year. See More
Red Bulls’ Powder ready to lock horns for T&T
Trinidad and Tobago’s US-based defender Noah Powder holds a strong yearning to play at the highest level for Trinidad and Tobago.
He’s already captained the National Under 17 Team at the CONCACAF Final round of World Cup qualification and now he intends to lead by example again as he suits up for the T&T Under 20 Team in their upcoming Caribbean Football Union Under 20 First round of qualification which kicks off next Wednesday at the Ato Boldon Stadium with a double header. T&T faces Guadeloupe from 7:30pm and Turks and Caicos meets St Lucia in the earlier match from 5pm. See More
T&T U-20s to open CFU qualifiers vs Guadeloupe on June 15th
National Under 20 Team head coach Brian Williams will announce a 25-man roster for the upcoming Caribbean Football Union Under 20 qualifying tournament Group 2 on Monday following a live-in training camp which begins tomorrow (Friday).
Williams currently has thirty players in training and will welcome New York Red Bulls player Noah Powder and English-based midfielder Morgan Bruce around the end of next week ahead of the competition that runs from June 15th-19th at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. See More