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This week in football: Wired868’s calendar of events for Sep 21-27

The following are this week’s fixtures for the various Trinidad and Tobago football competitions covered by Wired868:

Photo: W Connection attacker Jomal Williams (right) dances around Deportivo Saprissa defender Andres Imperiale during CONCACAF Champions League action last night. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: W Connection attacker Jomal Williams (right) dances around Deportivo Saprissa defender Andres Imperiale during CONCACAF Champions League action last night.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Tuesday September 22

(CONCACAF Champions League)

DIRECTV W Connection v Santos Laguna, 8 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

(CNG National Super League Championship)

Saddle Hill Hotspur v Barrackpore Utd, 4.15 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium training ground;

Prisons FC v Xtra Food Chaguanas FC, 4.15 pm, YTC, Arouca;

UTT v Cunupia FC, 6 pm, UTT, O’Meara, Arima;

Edinburgh 500 FC v QPCC, 7 pm, Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground;

Petit Valley Utd v Malabar FC, 7 pm, Northern Recreation Ground, Diego Martin;

Photo: Prisons FC winger Ricardo Alleyne (left) takes on Cunupia FC defender Kyle Mack during CNG National Super League Championship Division action at the Youth Training Facility, Arouca. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Prisons FC winger Ricardo Alleyne (left) takes on Cunupia FC defender Kyle Mack during CNG National Super League Championship Division action at the Youth Training Facility, Arouca.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Wednesday September 23

(SSFL Premiership Division)

Speyside High v Shiva Boys, 3.45 pm, Speyside;

St Mary’s College v St Augustine, 3.45 pm, St Mary’s;

QRC v Carapichaima East, 3.45 pm, QRC;

Naparima College v Trinity College Moka, 3.45 pm, Lewis Street, San Fernando;

Trinity College East v St Benedict’s College, 3.45 pm, Trincity;

San Juan North v Fatima College, 3.45 pm, San Juan;

Fyzabad Secondary v Presentation San F’do, 3.45 pm, Fyzabad;

(CONCACAF Champions League)

Central FC v LA Galaxy, 8 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

Photo: Central FC playmaker Ataulla Guerra strokes home the winning goal in CONCACAF Champions League action against Comunicaciones. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Central FC playmaker Ataulla Guerra strokes home the winning goal in CONCACAF Champions League action against Comunicaciones.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Thursday September 24

(CNG National Super League Premiership Division)

Club Sando Moruga v FC Santa Rosa, 4 pm, Grand Chemin Recreation Ground;

Matura ReUnited v Defence Force FC, 4 pm, Matura Recreation Ground;

Police FC v NLCB La Horquetta SA, 4 pm, St James Barracks;

Real Maracas v Marabella Family CC, 5 pm, Maracas Recreation Ground;

Bethel United v Petrotrin Palo Seco, 5 pm, Montgomery Recreation Ground;

WASA FC v Siparia Spurs, 5 pm, WASA ground, St Joseph;

1976 FC Phoenix v Guaya United, 5 pm, Canaan Recreation Ground;

Photo: Marabella Family Crisis Centre striker Juma Clarence prepares to strike the ball while Police FC goalkeeper Theon Browne (right) looks on in NSL Super League action on Sunday (Courtesy DPI Photography/Wired868)
Photo: Marabella Family Crisis Centre striker Juma Clarence prepares to strike the ball while Police FC goalkeeper Theon Browne (right) looks on in NSL Super League action on Sunday
(Courtesy DPI Photography/Wired868)

Friday September 25

(Pro League)

Defence Force v St Ann’s Rangers, 6 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

 

Saturday September 26

(SSFL Premiership Division)

St Anthony’s College v Trinity College East, 3.45 pm, St Anthony’s;

Presentation San F’do v Speyside High, 3.45 pm, Guaracara Park;

St Benedict’s College v Naparima College, 3.45 pm, St Benedict’s;

QRC v Fyzabad Secondary, 3.45 pm, QRC;

Trinity College Moka v Fatima College, 3.45 pm, Moka;

St Mary’s College v Carapichaima East, 3.45 pm, St Mary’s;

San Juan North v St Augustine, 3.45 pm, San Juan;

Photo: Shiva Boys Hindu College winger Quinn Rodney (left) tries to escape from a Carapichaima East Secondary defender during SSFL action. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Shiva Boys Hindu College winger Quinn Rodney (left) tries to escape from a Carapichaima East Secondary defender during SSFL action.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

(Pro League)

W Connection v Police FC, 4 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

North East Stars v Club Sando, 4 pm, Larry Gomes Stadium;

Point Fortin Civic v Central FC, 6 pm, Mahaica Oval;

Photo: San Juan Jabloteh's Neil Mitchell (right) takes on Caledonia AIA captain Kareem Joseph during Pro League action last season. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: San Juan Jabloteh’s Neil Mitchell (right) takes on Caledonia AIA captain Kareem Joseph during Pro League action last season.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Sunday September 27

(Pro League)

M’vt/Caledonia Utd v San Juan Jabloteh, 4 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

(CNG National Super League Premiership Division)

Real Maracas FC v Club Sando Moruga, 4 pm, Maracas Recreation Ground;

Siparia Spurs v Bethel Utd, 4 pm, Petrotrin Ground, Fyzabad;

Defence Force FC v WASA FC, 4 pm, WASA, St Joseph;

Guaya United v Matura ReUnited, 4 pm, Guaya Recreation Ground;

Police FC v 1976 FC Phoenix, 4 pm, St James Barracks;

Petrotrin Palo Seco v Marabella Family Crisis Centre, 5 pm, Palo Seco Velodrome;

Stokely Vale FC v NLCB La Horquetta SA, 5 pm, Plymouth Recreation Ground.

AboutLasana Liburd

Lasana Liburd
Lasana Liburd is the CEO and Editor at Wired868.com and a journalist with over 20 years experience at several Trinidad and Tobago and international publications including Play the Game, World Soccer, UK Guardian and the Trinidad Express.

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