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TTSL 19 round-up: Big triumphs for UTT and Prisons while Giants and Matura also prevail

San Fernando Giants and UTT FC picked up where they left off at the Ascension Invitational Tournament with opening day wins in the 2019 Terminix Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) competition this weekend.

Giants, who copped the Ascension Division Two title, held off Police FC 2-1 at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium Training Field ground this afternoon while UTT whipped Petit Valley/Diego Martin United 5-1 in O’Meara. There was a comprehensive win too for Prisons FC who trounced Bethel United 4-0 in Arouca while Matura ReUnited edged QPCC FC 2-1 in Matura.

Kevaughn Connell UTT FC
Photo: UTT attacker Kevaughn Connell (right) celebrates his goal with teammate Stevon Stoute during Ascension Division Two action against San Fernando Giants at UTT Campus, O’Meara on 14 September 2019.
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At the Arima Velodrome, FC Santa Rosa were awarded three points and as many goals after RSSR FC allegedly failed to travel with player identification cards while another fixture between Erin FC and Club Sando was rescheduled. Guaya United were on a bye this weekend.

2019 Terminix TTSL results

(Saturday 5 October)

UTT 5 (Romario Williams 7, Cyrano Glen 38, Kevaughn Connell 63, Reinaldo Atwell 65, Theon James 85), Petit Valley/Diego Martin Utd 1 (Ishaq Abdullah 32) at UTT, O’ Meara,

Matura ReUnited 2 (Brendon Figuera 23, 90+2), QPCC FC 1 (Devon Modeste 90+3 pen) at Matura Recreation Ground,

FC Santa Rosa 3, RSSR FC 0 at Arima Velodrome,

*—Game awarded to Rosa by default

Erin FC v Club Sando, 6.30pm, Erin Recreation Ground,

*—Game rescheduled

Photo: Matura ReUnited midfielder Shaquille Edwards (right) passes the ball during Ascension Invitational action against Police FC at the Police Academy in St James on 3 August 2019.
(Copyright Allan V Crane/CA-images/Wired868)

(Sunday 6 October)

San Fernando Giants 2 (Keston Grant 49, Akido Joseph 63), Police FC 1 (Arvid Applewhite 66) at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium Training Field,

Prisons FC 4 (Nathan Julien 43, Jayson Joseph 66, 76, Troy Moses 86), Bethel Utd 0 at YTC Grounds,

Guaya United on a bye.

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