RBNYFL 24: Pro Series, Union Hall, Beatnix and Evolution among hopefuls for Trinidad finals

The Pro Series Under-16 football team are the only defending champions left standing as the Republic Bank National Youth Football League (RBNYFL) holds its Trinidad finals on Saturday at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella.

Pro Series, who won the Under-15 category last year, will aim to rule the roost once more as they take on Beatnix Sports Club in the Trinidad Under-16 final from noon in Marabella.

Pro Series defender Tristan Jackman (second from right) tries to keep the ball from Prison Service FC midfielder Daniel Joseph during RBNYFL U-16 action at Moka on 14 April 2024.
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Beatnix, an Arouca-based team, were Central Zone Under-16 champions in 2024 while Pro Series finished runners-up to Trendsetter Hawks.

In the Under-14 division, South Zone runners-up Union Hall United and North Zone runners-up City FC clash in the Trinidad final from 9am. While, at under-20 level, Central Zone runners-up Evolution FC and East Zone runners-up AIA might both fancy their chances when they meet from 3pm at the same venue.

On Saturday 1 June, the champions of Trinidad and Tobago will square off to decide the RBNYFL’s national winners.

The Girls Division will be decided later next month, with as many as 10 teenaged players expected to travel to Curaçao with the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team from Pro Series, MIC Matura ReUnited and Tobago Chicas.

Pro Series attacker Rasheda Archer (left) runs at Trincity Nationals defender Nicola George during RBNYFL Girls East Zone U-20 action at the Republic Bank Sports Ground in Barataria on 17 March 2024.
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Matura ReUnited and Pro Series meet in the Trinidad final on 8 June before the winner faces Tobago Chicas in the national final on 15 June.

Last weekend, the RBNYFL held its third place playoffs with Cardinals Football Academy, Trendsetter Hawks, City FC and Pleasantville FC emerging triumphant in the Under-14, Under-16, Under-20 and Girls Under-20 divisions respectively.

RBNYFL Third Place Play Off results

(18 May)


Cardinals FA 4 (Jahiem Guy 31, Deron Blackman 56, Jaylon Roberts 62, Mekhi Moore 69), Cox Coaching School 4 (Adasa Richardson 10, 36, 40, Djbril Hamilton 67) at Republic Bank Sports Ground;

*–Cardinals won 5-4 on kicks from the penalty mark


Trendsetter Hawks 2, FC Ginga 0 at Republic Bank Sports Ground;


City FC vs Premier FC at Republic Bank Sports Ground;

*–City FC won by default

Girls Under-20

Pleasantville FC v Trincity Nationals at Republic Bank Sports Ground;

*–Pleasantville won by default.

Union Hall Utd midfielder Ailan Ali (left) looks for a teammate during their RBNYFL quarterfinal U-14 clash with World Class Soccer Clinic at the Republic Bank Sports Ground on 28 April 2024.
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Trinidad Finals

(25 May)

Union Hall Utd vs City FC, Boys U-14, 9am, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Pro Series vs Beatnix SC, Boys U-16, 12pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Evolution FC vs AIA, Boys U-20, 3pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium.

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