Ascension Rd 7 (Video): J-P Rochford and ‘Boyo’ deliver as ‘Rosa Nation’ and ‘Army’ shine

Curtis Gonzales steals the spotlight, John-Paul Rochford erupts at the Velodrome and Jomoul Francois strikes again as Defence Force, FC Santa Rosa and Terminix La Horquetta Rangers see off San Juan Jabloteh, Guaya United and Cunupia FC respectively in Round Seven of the Ascension Invitational Tournament.

Analyst Terry Fenwick and Vidia Ramphal review the action while Wired868 reviews fixtures for Round Eight:

Ascension Invitational Tournament

Upcoming fixtures

Division One

(Friday 30 August)

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers v Club Sando, 6pm, La Horquetta;

(Sunday 1 September)

Cunupia FC v Prison Service, 4pm, Larry Gomes Stadium;

Matura ReUnited v San Juan Jabloteh, 4pm, Matura Recreation Ground;

Guaya United v M’vt Caledonia AIA, 6pm, Guaya Recreation Ground;

Police FC v QPCC, 4pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium Training Field;

Defence Force v FC Santa Rosa, 6pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium Training Field.

Photo: La Horquetta Rangers captain Jamal Creighton (centre) falls dramatically while Cunupia FC midfielder Dwane James (left) pleads his innocence during Ascension Invitational action in La Horquetta on 24 August 2019.
(Copyright Nicholas Bhajan/CA-Images/Wired868)

Division Two

(Sunday 1 September)

RSSR FC vs San F’do Giants, 4pm, Curepe Recreation Ground, Knowles Street;

Deportivo PF vs Bethel United, 4pm, Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin;

Erin FC vs UTT FC, 6.30pm, Erin Recreation Ground;

Harlem Strikers vs Police FC, 5.30pm, Frederick Settlement Ground;

Marabella FCC vs Petit Valley/D’go Martin Utd, 4pm, Marabella Recreation Ground;

Moruga FC vs Club Sando Uprising Yths, 4pm, Grand Chemin Recreation Ground.

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  1. I would like to get the methodology of how Mr. Hadad was identified and thus selected to head our local Normalization Committee by FIFA, an organization which does NOT have a base in Trinidad and Tobago.
    Who is the local contact that put forward his name and what relationship does this contact, and by extension Mr. Hadad, have with FIFA.
    This is critical in informing the public and determining whether we as a country are being taken for a ride

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