Republic Bank National U-11, U-13 and U-15 football crowns at stake in Arima

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It is coronation time for Trinidad and Tobago’s top youth clubs.

Photo: St Anns Rangers attacker Kaviel Bennett sprints down the flank during their quarterfinal win over Cap Off Youths in the Republic Bank National Youth Cup. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: St Anns Rangers attacker Kaviel Bennett sprints down the flank during their quarterfinal win over Cap Off Youths in the Republic Bank National Youth Cup.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

From 10 am on Saturday August 29, the country’s best talent in the Under-11, Under-13 and Under-15 categories will contest the semifinal and final rounds of the 2015 Republic Bank National Youth Cup tournament.

San Juan Jabloteh can become the first club to do a clean sweep of titles, as the “San Juan Kings” are still alive in all three divisions. While Central Zone representative, Cap Off Youths, and South Zone team, Uprising Youths, are contesting two divisions.

Trendsetter Hawks are the only 2014 champion team who have made it to the final four and can still defend their crown.


Photo: Trendsetter Hawks Under-11 attacker Quddoos Abdul Hypolite shoots for goal against the Santa Cruz Under-13s during Republic Bank National Youth Cup action at the Queen's Park Savannah last week.  (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Trendsetter Hawks Under-11 attacker Quddoos Abdul Hypolite shoots for goal against the Santa Cruz Under-13s during Republic Bank National Youth Cup action at the Queen’s Park Savannah last week.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

2015 Republic Bank National Youth Cup

Saturday August 29

Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar

(Under-11)

San Juan Jabloteh v Cap Off Youths, Semifinal, 10 am;

Trendsetter Hawks v Uprising Youths, Semifinal, 11 am;

Third place play off, 1 pm;

Republic Bank National Youth Cup Final, 1 pm;

Photo: A SKHY player (left) challenges his QPCC FC opponent for the ball during the 2015 Republic Bank National Youth Cup at the Queen's Park Savannah.  (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: A SKHY player (left) challenges his QPCC FC opponent for the ball during the 2015 Republic Bank National Youth Cup at the Queen’s Park Savannah.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

(Under-13)

SKHY FC v WEZ Pro, Semifinal, 10 am;

St Ann’s Rangers v San Juan Jabloteh, Semifinal, 11 am;

Third place play off, 1 pm;

Republic Bank National Youth Cup Final, 2.15 pm;

Photo: A San Juan Jabloteh player (right) tries to hold off an opponent during 2015 Republic Bank National Youth Cup quarterfinal action. (Courtesy Amigo Garraway/Republic Bank)
Photo: A San Juan Jabloteh player (right) tries to hold off an opponent during 2015 Republic Bank National Youth Cup quarterfinal action.
(Courtesy Amigo Garraway/Republic Bank)

(Under-15)

WASA FC v Cap Off Youths, Semifinal, 10 am;

San Juan Jabloteh v Uprising Youths, Semifinal, 11.15 am;

Third place play off, 1.30 pm;

Republic Bank National Youth Cup Final, 3.30 pm.

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  1. I think Trendsetter Hawks are favourites in Under-11, San Juan Jabloteh in Under-13s… I really am not sure with Under-15s.

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