This week in football: Wired868 calendar for February 12-14

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

Photo: Police FC attacker Kareem Freitas (centre) tries to escape from Defence Force players Ross Russell Jr (right) and Akile Edwards during 2015/16 Pro League action in Malabar. (Courtesy Nicholas Bhajan/Wired868)
Photo: Police FC attacker Kareem Freitas (centre) tries to escape from Defence Force players Ross Russell Jr (right) and Akile Edwards during 2015/16 Pro League action in Malabar.
(Courtesy Nicholas Bhajan/Wired868)

Friday February 12

(Pro League)

Police FC v Club Sando, 6 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

San Juan Jabloteh v W Connection, 8 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

KFC Munch Pack

Photo: United States player Stephanie McCaffrey (right) goes for goal under pressure from Trinidad and Tobago defender Danielle Blair in international friendly action on Thursday December 10. (Copyright AFP 2015/Chris Covatta)
Photo: United States player Stephanie McCaffrey (right) goes for goal under pressure from Trinidad and Tobago defender Danielle Blair in international friendly action on Thursday December 10.
(Copyright AFP 2015/Chris Covatta)

Saturday February 13

(CONCACAF Olympic qualifying)

Costa Rica v Puerto Rico, 2.30 pm, Group A, Toyota Stadium, Frisco;

Mexico v United States, 5 pm, Group A, Toyota Stadium, Frisco;

(Pro League)

Point Fortin Civic v St Ann’s Rangers, 5 pm, Mahaica Oval;

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago goal scorer Tasha St Louis (left) and teammate Karyn Forbes (right) celebrate during their 2-1 Rio Olympic qualifying win over Guatemala last night in Houston. (Courtesy CONCACAF)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago goal scorer Tasha St Louis (left) and teammate Karyn Forbes (right) celebrate during their 2-1 Rio Olympic qualifying win over Guatemala last night in Houston.
(Courtesy CONCACAF)

Sunday February 14

(CONCACAF Olympic qualifying)

Guyana v Guatemala, 2.30 pm, Group B, BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston;

Trinidad and Tobago v Canada, 5 pm, Group B, BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston;


(Pro League)

North East Stars v Defence Force, 3.30 pm, Larry Gomes Stadium;

Central FC v Morvant Caledonia Utd, 4 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

Photo: Guaya United star striker Carlon "Judgment" Hughes (left) holds off Matura ReUnited defender Deon Capriata during 2015/16 CNG NSL Premiership Division action in Matura. (Courtesy Nicholas Bhajan/WIred868)
Photo: Guaya United star striker Carlon “Judgment” Hughes (left) holds off Matura ReUnited defender Deon Capriata during 2015/16 CNG NSL Premiership Division action in Matura.
(Courtesy Nicholas Bhajan/WIred868)

(National Super League)

Matura ReUnited v Siparia Spurs, 4 pm, Matura Recreation Ground;

Guaya United v Petrotrin Palo Seco, 4 pm, Guaya Recreation Ground;

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

WASA FC v Defence Force, 4 pm, WASA Ground, St Joseph.

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