Guaya United’s “Green Army” will roll into the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella tomorrow with nothing but gold on their minds, as they seek to avenge defeat in last season’s National Super Super League Knock Out final.
Guaya, who were eclipsed by Club Sando in the knock out final last year, will expect a better result tomorrow afternoon when they tackle Petrotrin Palo Seco from 3 pm in the grand finale of the 2015 edition.
At stake is a TT$100,000 first prize. Second place is worth TT$50,000.
Guaya, the current CNG NSL Premiership Division leaders, are favourites and will again back on skipper and playmaker Ryan “Fry” Stewart as well as strikers Jody Allsop and Carlon Hughes to get the job done.
Petrotrin Palo Seco, who are in their second year at NSL level, are in their first Knock Out final but coach Dexter Cyrus does have know-how in his squad with the likes of striker Sylvester Teesdale and holding midfielder Romauld Aguillera while attacking midfielder Wilian Garcia can be a handful on his day.
CNG National Super League Knock Out final
(Sunday November 1)
Guaya United v Petrotrin Palo Seco, 3 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.