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This week in football: Wired868’s calendar for Oct 13-18

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

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago captain Kenwyne Jones (left) congratulates scorer Sheldon Bateau (right) after his 2015 Gold Cup goal against Cuba. Looking on is Andre Boucaud. (Courtesy CONCACAF)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago captain Kenwyne Jones (left) congratulates scorer Sheldon Bateau (right) after his 2015 Gold Cup goal against Cuba.
Looking on is Andre Boucaud.
(Courtesy CONCACAF)

Tuesday October 13

(International friendly)

Trinidad and Tobago v Nicaragua, 7 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

Photo: Naparima College midfielder Judah St Louis (far right) hits a brilliant free kick over the QRC wall during SSFL Premier Division action. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Naparima College midfielder Judah St Louis (far right) hits a brilliant free kick over the QRC wall during SSFL Premier Division action.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Wednesday October 14

(SSFL Premiership Division)

Fatima College v Naparima College, 3.45 pm, Fatima;

Presentation San F’do v St Mary’s College, 3.45 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

St Augustine v Trinity College East, 3.45 pm, St Augustine;

Shiva Boys HC v San Juan North, 3.45 pm, Penal;

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

Speyside High v Trinity College Moka, 3.45 pm, Speyside;

Fyzabad Secondary v St Benedict’s College, 3.45 pm, Fyzabad;

Photo: Petit Valley midfielder David Charles (left) holds off QPCC's Ryan De Silva (centre) while Benedict Barrett looks on during previous CNG NSL action at the Queen's Park Oval. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Petit Valley midfielder David Charles (left) holds off QPCC’s Ryan De Silva (centre) while Benedict Barrett looks on during previous CNG NSL action at the Queen’s Park Oval.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

(CNG NSL Championship Division)

Saddle Hill Hotspur v Edinburgh 500, 7 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

Petit Valley Utd v Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC, 7 pm, Northern Recreation Ground, Diego Martin;

QPCC v UTT, 7 pm, Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular;

Photo: Tobago FC Phoenix 1976 attacker Le'jandro Williams (right) tries to elude a Defence Force player during CNG National Super League action in Canaan, Tobago. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Tobago FC Phoenix 1976 attacker Le’jandro Williams (right) tries to elude a Defence Force player during CNG National Super League action in Canaan, Tobago.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Thursday October 15

(Premiership Division)

Club Sando v Matura ReUnited, 4 pm, Grand Chemin Recreation Ground;

Police FC v WASA FC, 4 pm, St James Barracks;

Bethel United v Guaya Utd, 5 pm, Montgomery Recreation Ground;

FC Santa Rosa v Marabella Family CC, 5 pm, Marvin Lee Stadium;

Tobago FC Phoenix v Stokely Vale, 5 pm, Canaan Recreation Ground;

Petrotrin Palo Seco v Siparia Spurs, 6 pm, Palo Seco Velodrome;

Photo: Shiva Boys HC substitute Judah St Louis (left) beats St Mary's College midfielder Daniel Conocchiari to the ball during SSFL action at Serpentine Road. (Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)
Photo: Shiva Boys HC substitute Judah St Louis (left) beats St Mary’s College midfielder Daniel Conocchiari to the ball during SSFL action at Serpentine Road.
(Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)

Saturday October 17

(SSFL Premier Division)

San Juan North v St Mary’s College, 3.45 pm, San Juan;

Fatima College v Carapichaima East, 3.45 pm, Fatima;

Trinity College Moka v QRC, 3.45 pm, Moka;

Naparima College v Fyzabad Secondary, 3.45 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

St Benedict’s College v Presentation San F’do, 3.45 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Trinity College East v Speyside High, 3.45 pm, Trincity;

St Anthony’s College v Shiva Boys HC, St Anthony’s;

(First Citizens Cup quarterfinal round)

St Ann’s Rangers v Club Sando, 4 pm, Mahaica Oval;

W Connection v Point Fortin Civic, 6.30 pm, Mahaica Oval;

Photo: La Horquetta SA scorer Taje Commissiong (third from left) is congratulated by his brother Cedric Commissiong (second from left), captain Atiba Hackette (far left) and his teammates after his decisive strike against Cunupia FC in CNG NSL Knock Out competition at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: La Horquetta SA scorer Taje Commissiong (third from left) is congratulated by his brother Cedric Commissiong (second from left), captain Atiba Hackette (far left) and his teammates after his decisive strike against Cunupia FC in CNG NSL Knock Out competition at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Sunday October 18

(First Citizens Cup quarterfinal round)

Morvant/Caledonia United v Defence Force, 4 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

Police FC v Central FC, 6 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

(CNG NSL Knock Out)

Siparia Spurs v Bethel United, Round of 16, 3.30 pm, Petrotrin Ground, Fyzabad;

Guaya United v La Horquetta SA, Quarterfinal, 3.30 pm, Guaya Recreation Ground;

Marabella Family CC v Petrotrin P/Seco, Quarterfinal, 3.30 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Defence Force v Prisons FC, Quarterfinal, 3.30 pm, YTC, Arouca.

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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11 comments

  1. Dear Mr. Liburd,
    I write to you as the manager of Club Sando Moruga F.C. campaigning in the C.N.G. National Super League. We are quite pleased with the fair and professional coverage and commentary you present via wired868, however, we feel quite peeved whenever “Moruga” is sometimes omitted. You would note that the team is based in Moruga and the entire community really supports them passionately.

    • Lasana Liburd

      Thanks for your message. I don’t know what it is. In the Pro League, we get information on Club Sando.
      In the Super League, it says Club Sando Moruga sometimes but not all the time.
      Is it one name in one competition and another in the Pro League? I would love if you can clarify that for me. Thanks

      • Greetings Mr. Liburd,
        When Club Sando made their ascension to the Pro League they kept a team in the Super League by inviting the Moruga Football Club, a team form the S.F.A.’s Super League, to represent them as their National Super League team. Hence the rationale behind the CNG Super League outfit being offically named Club Sando Moruga F.C., as opposed to the Pro League outfit being Club Sando. We would love to have an opportunity to have an interview with you as this opportunity given to our community has further reaching implications, way beyond football.

  2. Dear Lasana

    Thank you again for the initiative of providing a central one-stop high visibility location for all major football fixtures.

    This most certainly facilitates one of the fundamental requirements for the preparation of an effective TTFF/TTFA marketing package at the desired international level.

    Hopefully the attendance records are being compiled.

    Kindly keep up the great work which could only help to restore TT football to its desired pre Warner standard.

    Selby Browne