The Queen’s Park Cricket Club (QPCC) football team lost the chance to overtake Prisons FC in the CNG National Super League (NSL) Championship Division standings tonight, albeit temporarily, after being held 3-3 by the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) in Dibe, Long Circular.
QPCC led 3-1 at the half but UTT stormed back to draw level with the crucial tying goal coming from in-form striker Jamal Creighton.
CNG NSL Championship Division
(Wednesday October 14)
Saddle Hill Hotspur 3 (Hector Sam 15, 62, Sean Ramdoo 79), Edinburgh 500 0 at Ato Boldon Stadium;
Petit Valley Utd 6 (Eric Charles 12, Dwayne Mark 33, Jabari Caresquero 53, Mashama Baptiste 74, Michael Ramsey 86, David Charles 89), Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC 2 (Kareem Beckles 21, 48) at Northern Recreation Ground, Diego Martin;
QPCC 3 (Jason Devenish 9, Benedict Barrett 33, Mikhail Walters-Dindial 45), UTT 3 (Joseph Brown 37, Isaiah Mejias 47, Jamal Creighton 69) at Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular.
Standings (Tabulated as Played-Won-Drew-Lost-Goals For-Goals Against-Points)
Prisons FC 7-6-1-0-21-6-19
QPCC FC 8-5-3-0-17-9-18
Cunupia FC 7-4-2-1-14-8-14
Saddle Hill 8-4-2-2-18-14-14
Petit Valley Utd 8-3-2-3-16-15-11
Malabar FC 7-3-1-3-13-15-10
Chaguanas FC 8-2-2-4-11-16-8
Barrackpore Utd 7-1-1-5-9-15-4
Edinburgh 500 8-1-0-7-2-18-3