TTSL scores: Guaya and D/Force stay perfect; Prisons make flying League Two start

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Guaya United and Defence Force maintained their perfect 2017 Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) records on Sunday with wins over Police FC and UTT respectively.

Talismanic forward Carlon “Judgment” Hughes and ex-North East Stars captain and defender Glenton Wolffe both notched their third goals of the season as Guaya roared to life in the second half to win 3-1 despite Police opening the score summer through Kenwin Matthew.

Photo: Guaya United striker Carlon Hughes (foreground) tries to shake off giant Petrotrin Palo Seco defender Wayne Huyghue (right) in the 2015 CNG NSL Knock Out final while Guaya captain Ryan Stewart (centre) looks on.
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And Defence Force also did the business in the second half as a goal plus a late strike from utility player Michael Edwards saw off UTT 2-0.

FC Santa Rosa will have to wait for their chance of a third successive win as their match against QPCC did not play due to “improper marking of the field” at the St Mary’s College ground on Serpentine Road.

The TTSL executive is expected to rule on that affair shortly.

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Elsewhere, the TTSL League Two also kicked off on Saturday with an emphatic showing from Prisons FC as winger Ricardo Alleyne notched a natural hattrick in a 4-1 win over Marabella Family Crisis Centre.

Shiva Boys Hindu College schoolboy Junior Asson got the consolation item for Marabella.

Photo: Prisons FC winger Ricardo Alleyne (foreground) keeps the ball from QPCC forward Benedict Barrett during a decisive 2015/16 CNG National Super League (NSL) Championship Division affair at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
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TTSL League One results

(Sunday 25 June)

Club Sando Moruga 0, Siparia Spurs 0 at Grand Chemin Recreation Ground, Moruga;

QPCC vs FC Santa Rosa at St Mary’s College Grounds;

*—Did not play due to improper field marking;

Guaya United 3 (Carlon Hughes 55, Glenton Wolffe 66, Marcus Ramkhelawan 73), Police FC 1 (Kenwin Matthew 45) at Guayaguayare Recreation Ground;

Bethel United 1 (Makan Hislop 45), WASA FC 2 (Glen Walker 7, Phillip Nelson 87) at Mt Gomery Recreation Ground;

Defence Force 2 (OG 48, Michael Edwards 75), UTT 0 at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva;

Cunupia FC 2 (Michael Yaw Darko 34, 63), 1976 Phoenix FC 0 at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.

Photo: Defence Force forward Michael Edwards (centre) prepares to shoot the ball past WASA FC defenders Dillon Peterson (right) and Akil Harley during 2015/16 CNG National Super League Premiership Division action yesterday in St Joseph.
(Courtesy Nicholas Bhajan/Wired868)

TTSL League Two results

(Saturday 24 June)

Central 500 Spartans 3 (Donovan Derrick 50, 90+2, Ryan Frederick 72), Perseverance Ball Runners 1 (Kerron Smith 8);

Youth Stars 3 (Kevin Woodley 14, 88, L’Che Edwards 74), Harlem Strikers 3 (Victor de Silva 35, Leroy Whyle 56, Wendell Archibald 90+4);

Marabella FCC 1 (Junior Asson 64), Prisons FC 4 (Ricardo Alleyne 32, 40, 47, Kwasi Jeffrey 80);

Petit Valley/Diego Martin United are on a bye.

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