Port of Spain-based football club, Trendsetter Hawks, is now Trinidad and Tobago’s top under-11 team after the Hawks beat St Clair Coaching School 2-0 on Saturday evening in the Chubby 10 & Under National Football Championship.
Josiah Wilson and Jahiem Marshall scored the goals for the Hawks, which was led by veteran coach Anthony “Dada” Wickham who has produced more than his fair share of gifted players including enigmatic ex-“Soca Warrior” Kerwin “Jemmott” Hardest.
Hawks captain Real Gill might be one to watch as he was the competition’s top scorer with seven goals along Aaron Alves from Point Fortin-based team, Cox Coaching School.
San Fernando Sport Academy and BLAST Semi Pro were the other two teams that made it to the final four of the competition, which was run by All Sport Promotion and comprised of 17 Trinidad teams and three from Tobago.
The competition was sponsored by Chubby, RBC, KFC, Rentokil, Digicel and Hypertech Limited.
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