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This week in football: Wired868’s calendar for Nov 3-8

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

Photo: Prisons FC's Lance Haynes (left) tries to escape from Petrotrin Palo Seco's Wilian Garcia in CNG NSL KO semifinal action. (Courtesy Kerlon Orr/Wired868)
Photo: Prisons FC’s Lance Haynes (left) tries to escape from Petrotrin Palo Seco’s Wilian Garcia in CNG NSL KO semifinal action.
(Courtesy Kerlon Orr/Wired868)

Tuesday November 3

(CNG NSL Championship Division)

Cunupia FC v Prisons FC, 7 pm, Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground;

Barrackpore Utd v Edinburgh 500 FC, 7 pm, Barrackpore Recreation Ground;

Malabar FC v Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC, 7 pm, D’Abadie Recreation Ground;

UTT v Petit Valley United, 7 pm, UTT, O’Meara Road;

Photo: FC Santa Rosa midfielder Durwin Ross and Marabella Family Crisis Centre winger Dwayne Edwards fight for possession during 2015 CNG NSL action in Macoya. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: FC Santa Rosa midfielder Durwin Ross and Marabella Family Crisis Centre winger Dwayne Edwards fight for possession during 2015 CNG NSL action in Macoya.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Wednesday November 4

(South Zone Intercol Preliminary Round)

Princes Town West v Moruga, 3.30 pm, Princes Town;

Siparia West v Vessigny Secondary, 3.30 pm, Palo Seco;

(Toyota Classic Cup)

Morvant/Caledonia Utd v Tobago Phoenix, 6 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

Defence Force (S/League) v FC Santa Rosa, 6 pm, Marvin Lee Stadium;

North East Stars v Siparia Spurs, 8 pm, Marvin Lee Stadium;

(CNG NSL Championship Division)

Saddle Hill Hotspur v QPCC, 8 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

Photo: San Juan North star Brent Sam (right) keeps the ball away from Fatima playmaker Sebastien Camacho (centre) during a 2015 SSFL contest. (Courtesy Kerlon Orr/Wired868)
Photo: San Juan North star Brent Sam (right) keeps the ball away from Fatima playmaker Sebastien Camacho (centre) during a 2015 SSFL contest.
(Courtesy Kerlon Orr/Wired868)

Thursday November 5

(East Intercol Quarterfinals)

Five Rivers v Arima North, 3.30 pm, Trinity College East;

San Juan North v Barataria South, 3.30 pm, St Augustine Secondary Ground;

(Tobago Intercol Quarterfinals)

Scarborough v Mason Hall, TBA, TBA;

Pentecostal L&L v Bishop’s, TBA, TBA;

Photo: Shiva Boys HV star Tyrel "Pappy" Emmanuel (centre) drives towards goal while St Mary's College midfielder Nathan Harte (airborne) makes a vain attempt at a block. (Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)
Photo: Shiva Boys HV star Tyrel “Pappy” Emmanuel (centre) drives towards goal while St Mary’s College midfielder Nathan Harte (airborne) makes a vain attempt at a block.
(Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)

Friday November 6

(South Intercol Quarterfinals)

Pleasantville Secondary v Point Fortin East, 3.30 pm, Pleasantville;

Shiva Boys HC v Fyzabad Secondary, 3.30 pm, Palo Seco;

Naparima College v Princes Town West/Moruga, 3.30 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

(North Intercol Quarterfinals)

Trinity Moka v Fatima College, 3.30 pm, TBA;

St Anthony’s College v Tranquility/Malick, 3.30 pm, St Anthony’s;

(Toyota Classic Cup)

W Connection v Club Sando, 5.30 pm, Mahaica Oval;

Point Fortin Civic v Central FC, 8 pm, Mahaica Oval;

Photo: W Connection attacker Jomal Williams (right) drives past Central FC defender Kaydion Gabriel during the 2015 First Citizens Cup final in Couva. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: W Connection attacker Jomal Williams (right) drives past Central FC defender Kaydion Gabriel during the 2015 First Citizens Cup final in Couva.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Saturday November 7

(Toyota Classic Cup)

St Ann’s Rangers v Defence Force, 3 pm, Larry Gomes Stadium;

Photo: Guaya United fans celebrate Ryan Stewart's decisive goal against Petrotrin Palo Seco in the 2015 CNG National Super League KO final. (Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)
Photo: Guaya United fans celebrate Ryan Stewart’s decisive goal against Petrotrin Palo Seco in the 2015 CNG National Super League KO final.
(Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)

Sunday November 8

(Toyota Classic Cup)

Police FC v Guaya United, 3 pm, Guayaguayare Recreation Ground;

Marabella CC v S/Juan Jabloteh, 3 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

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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3 comments

  1. This makes for a great weekend of football. I heard that the Primary Schools tournament was pretty good also. It would be nice if the major players in the local communications industry placed some focus on them as well.
    Keep up the great work!

  2. Hannibal Najjar

    How is the officiating? All these games going on at the same time and in so many different locations and even with more games that were not referenced….. do we have the right amount of qualified and true-to-form officials?

    • Lasana Liburd

      That is an excellent point Hannibal. And bear in mind these fixtures are only for the leagues we cover. There will also be the zonal leagues, the championship division schoolboy matches and the girls matches that we haven’t the manpower to write on. As usual, we will try to cover the girls’ finals.
      And, yes, there continues to be complaints about the standard of the officiating. But no wonder with so many competitions.