RBNYFL 24: B/Blasters stun City; Pro Series and Evolution also lift silverware


Evolution Football Club’s remarkable rise from near the foot of the Central Zone standings to the title of Republic Bank National Youth Football League (RBNYFL) National Under-20 champions is difficult to dislodge as the biggest surprise of the 2024 domestic youth football season.

But the most memorable team in the competition?

Ball Blasters Youth Academy captain Ackim Duncan (centre) collects the RBNYFL Under-14 trophy at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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It is hard to look past coach Downie Marcelle’s talented Ball Blasters Youth Academy Under-14 Team, which set tongues wagging at the UTT Campus in O’Meara on Saturday—as the national youth league’s male categories came to an exciting conclusion.

The three Trinidad clubs in the finals (Under-14 champs City FC, Under-16 winners Pro Series, and, of course, Evolution FC) played 10 games to get to that stage.


From the Sister Isle, Ball Blasters played four Under-14 matches while their Under-16 team and Tobago Under-20 champs Eagles FC played five times each.

But any notion that the Tobago teams did not deserve to be fast-tracked straight into the national finals lasted barely five minutes in Malabar.

Ball Blasters YA attacker Jahmiah Gibbes (second from right) steers his shot past City FC goalkeeper Christian Telfer (far right) during the RBNYFL National U-14 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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That was how long it took for Marcelle’s Under-14s to take the lead, playing with a swagger and ingenuity that belied their age—and caught the Citizens cold.

City’s high press was made to look totally irrelevant as the Tobago team stroked the ball out from the back with quick early passes and flanker Jahmiah Gibbes took advantage of an opening created by his teammates with a composed, angled finish past Christian Telfer to open the score summary.

If Gibbes’ driving runs and forward Jaeden Anthony’s energy and direct approach put the City defence under early pressure, it was the calm authority and clever ball manipulation of captain Ackim Duncan and attacking midfielder Amar Allie Baccus which set the tone.

Duncan, at just 13-years-old, started in central midfield for the Signal Hill Secondary Under-20 Team in their successful Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Big Five campaign earlier this year.

Ball Blasters YA captain and midfielder Ackim Duncan (second from right) runs at the City FC defence during the RBNYFL National U-14 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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On the weekend, he confirmed that he is a special prospect indeed.

“I think the game started off very much in their favour,” said City coach Kahlil Mathura. “In the first 20 minutes, we were under severe pressure… Their midfield especially was very strong and very effective.

“[…] But after the first water break, we started to grasp on it…”

There was maybe a combination of factors that saw City pull themselves back into the match.

City FC forward Reagan Rowe (foreground) tries to wriggle free of a Ball Blasters YA defender during the RBNYFL National U-14 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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First, Duncan, Marcelle explained, only just returned from a broken hand and had just two training sessions before the final. He lacked match fitness for the big occasion and, with rolling substitutes allowed, was taken off midway into the first half for a breather.

It is unlikely that Duncan was the only Blasters player who felt winded. The Tobago Under-14 zone, with just three participating teams, wrapped up in early April and the boys have not had a competitive match since.

As much as Marcelle kept them active with friendly matches and intra-squad competition, they were bound to be a little short on gas.

City FC midfielder Matthew Lee Young (left) advances with the ball past Ball Blasters YA attacker Jahmiah Gibbes during RBNYFL National U-14 final action at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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But, arguably just as crucial, was the fact that City had Jeremai Nanton on their roster.

And in this age group, you don’t keep Nanton quiet indefinitely—especially if you plan to defend against him one-v-one, as poor BB left back Kaeron Alfred was asked to do.

“I personally think Nanton is the best player I have seen in this age group,” said Mathura.

Cox Coaching School attacking midfielder Adasa Richardson might have something to say about that compliment. But Nanton is more than a handful and he was directly involved in City’s opener, as he dribbled Alfred to cross for midfielder Brandon Chin Sang.

City FC midfielder Brandon Chin Sang (right) tries to hold off Ball Blasters YA attacker Jaysean Felix during the RBNYFL National U-14 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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Chin Sang met the ball with a sweet volley that arrowed low into the far corner. Game on!

Things got spicy after the interval with bookings, goalmouth action, penalty appeals… you name it. But this was a proper football match.

One minute, City goalkeeper Christian Telfer is scrambling to keep out Gibbes. Then Blasters goalkeeper Emani Baptiste somehow deflected a Nanton shot off the upright.

Ball Blasters Youth Academy goalkeeper Emani Baptiste throws the ball for a teammate during the RBNYFL National U-14 final against City FC at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“It was a lot of back and forth,” said Mathura. “I thought Ball Blasters were very, very good competition. I was very impressed by them.

“However, I think we had the better chances [but] there were some bad misses on our part. We were also a bit unfortunate where the refereeing was concerned, with a couple of blatant penalties that weren’t given.”

Mathura had no complaints when Ball Blasters forward Jaeden Anthony surprised City captain Lucas Shaw with his acceleration in the penalty area, and a mistimed tackle by the giant defender prompted referee Akil Weeks to point to the spot.

Ball Blasters YA forward Jaeden Anthony (centre) tries to elude City FC midfielder Matthew Lee Young (right) during the RBNYFL National U-14 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“That was a penalty, in all fairness,” said the City coach.

Right back Kyen Anderson, one of three Ball Blasters U-14 players with Championship experience for Signal Hill, emphatically beat Telfer from the spot with a cracking penalty to seal the match.

“It was a difficult one—one that we had to dig in deep to come out with a victory,” said Marcelle, “because City FC [are] a well organised team and I think the heat had a lot to do with the fatigue of the players.

Ball Blasters YA scorer Kyen Anderson is congratulated by U-14 and U-16 teammates during the RBNYFL National U-14 final against City FC at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“[…] I don’t think we played to our best with our passing game but we did enough to get across the line.”

The result meant what was surely the first national trophy for a Tobago boys club team in this millennium. Marcelle hopes that the presence of National Under-15 coach Densill Theobald at the sidelines during the final could lead to more rewards for his players.

There are, Marcelle said, 14 Ball Blasters players in Tobago’s High Performance zonal programme. Yet, just two months before the national team plays in a Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Under-14 exhibition competition, he said no national coach has been over to see them yet in 2024.

Ball Blasters Youth Academy captain Ackim Duncan (right) controls the ball while National Under-15 coach Densill Theobald looks on during the RBNYFL National U-14 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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And his only player within the current national pool—which was already whittled down to just over 30 players—is Anthony, who travelled over to screen on his own initiative.

“Their two central midfielders (Duncan and Baccus) were very, very good and they should be getting a look-in at the national level for sure,” Mathura suggested. “But that is just one game so I cannot speak for their consistency.”

Add Gibbes, Anderson and central defender Kisean Grant to the list of boys who may deserve closer scrutiny for potential national duty.

Ball Blasters YA midfielder Amar Allie Baccus (second from right) tries to get hiss shot off during the RBNYFL National U-14 final against City FC at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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Ball Blasters have a couple u-16 level with real talent too. But Pro Series had no intention of giving them a stage to showcase their abilities.

“(Director) Paul Decle called for us to press them high from the start and that forced them to go long,” said Pro Series Under-16 coach Kona Hislop. “He got the tactics right on the day, as they were quite a good passing team.

“Blasters had some really good players and they were really well organised. It was a well-coached team and a really tough game for us.”

Ball Blasters YA captain Jermaine Morgan (left) tries to find way past a pair of Pro Series defenders during the RBNYFL National U-16 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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Pro Series’ strength throughout the season has been their solid defence marshalled by stoppers Daquan Jackman and Tristan Jackman, ably supported by an industrious midfield trio of Troy Bruno, Jalen Hislop and Alejandro Harper.

The depth of Hislop’s squad is so impressive that they could afford to start the national final with National Under-17 players Jonathan Mason and Jasai Theophilus coming off the bench.

Twenty-two minutes in, the North Zone representatives went ahead after Blasters goalkeeper Stephon Thom misjudged an inswinging corner kick and allowed Daquan a straightforward header at goal.

Pro Series midfielder Troy Bruno (centre) controls the ball on his chest during RBNYFL National U-16 final action against Ball Blasters YA at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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However, in the 38th minute, it was the turn of Pro Series goalkeeper Jayden Lucas to be red-faced as opposing left back Mario Pereira (yet another Signal Hill player) beat him directly from a corner kick.

Blasters attackers J’meke Watkins and Jermaine Watkins (yep, same school) had half-chances in the second half. But Pro Series were creating more scoring opportunities and it seemed a matter of time before they took the lead.

In the end, it was a loose pass by Blasters substitute defender Selon Guy, clinically punished by Theophilus, that decided the match.

Pro Series flanker Jasai Theophilus (right) beats Ball Blasters YA goalkeeper Stephon Thom (left) to decide the RBNYFL Boys U-16 national final at UTT O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“I thought we were a bit wasteful in the opportunities that we created—it was not our best game,” said Marcelle. “For some reason or the other, we couldn’t get our passing game going.

“[…] Pro Series are a really well organised team too but I thought we weren’t at our best at all.”

Hislop felt the depth of his squad and the stiff competition provided in the North Zone benefitted his charges.

Ball Blasters YA goalkeeper Stephon Thom (centre) tries to keep out a Pro Series attack during the RBNYFL National U-16 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“Coming out of the North Zone is really though—we came second which shows how tough it is,” he said. “You have Trendsetter (the North Zone winners), City FC, Prison FC, Santa Cruz, Cardinals… It was one hard game after the next and I think that helped us in the knockout stage, because the boys always knew they couldn’t relax.

“I am just glad we got through the North Zone and we were able to carry it all the way, no serious injuries. It was a great season and a great competition and the boys really enjoyed it.

“We look forward to coming back next year.”

Pro Series players celebrate with the RBNYFL National Under-16 trophy at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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The RBNYFL Under-20 final brought the curtain down on the boys’ divisions, although the fireworks came late in the affair.

Both goals, which came in the first half, were memorable for all the wrong reasons.

Evolution midfielder Ethan Trotman mishit an attempted cross well ahead of his attempted target in the 36th minute, only for the ball to bounce off the ground and over Eagles goalkeeper Dejuan Quashie into the back of the net.

Evolution FC attacker Josiah Hypolite (centre) runs at the Eagles FC defence during the RBNYFL National U-20 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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A bizarre scenario followed where both the goal scorer and goalkeeper apologised to their teammates for the freak item.

Five minutes later, Evolution goalkeeper Anton Williams returned the favour with a farcical pass across his goal straight to opposing forward Jaheim Trim who tapped home the equaliser.

“It was a very technical game [and] I think our team did pretty well,” said Eagles coach Keyun Boatswain. “We controlled most of the game and were very unlucky that we were wasteful with the chances. But Evolution defended well and their centre back (Joshua Demas) did a good job in holding back our prolific centre forward, Jaheim Trim.

Evolution FC captain and central defender Joshua Demas (right) attempts a lofted pass while Eagles FC forward Jaheim Trim looks on during the RBNYFL National U-20 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“Some of our more influential players had to come off in the second half as they were tired and started cramping up, so that eased up the pressure on the other team.

“Our league finished almost two months ago and we have been waiting since then for this game, so the fluidity of the team wasn’t there. We normally play fast paced, fluid football—but we couldn’t play it because we were out of practice.”

Evolution Under-20 head coach Husani Thomas credited Eagles for possessing some tricky attackers like Omar Daniel and Zyon Makoul. However, he felt his players did their job well.

Eagles FC flanker Omar Daniel (right) tries to turn away from Evolution FC defender Kermannuel Christopher during the RBNYFL National U-20 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“We were the more dominant team—we were on the front foot,” said Thomas. “They sat deep and tried to hit us on the counter. They had a few skilful players who we identified early and did a decent job keeping a lid on them.

“Our goal was fortuitous but I think we earned our luck… But the goal that we gave away gave them a route back into the game and they grew in strength towards the end of the first half and they started the second half pretty well.

“We had to weather the storm at times but I think we handled it well and continued to play the football we try to play, which is to build it out from the back.

Evolution FC winger Kirziah Mayers (left) tries to hold off Eagles FC midfielder Keanu Boatswain during the RBNYFL National U-20 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“We had a few half chances but we just were not able to take them. I think they were a good team… A draw at the end of 90 minutes was probably a fair result.”

It was Evolution’s second straight shootout and there was no doubt about which team was better prepared.

“We didn’t do much practice at all,” said Boatswain, when asked whether his boys rehearsed penalties.

Evolution FC attacker Josiah Hypolite (left) smashes the winning penalty past Eagles FC goalkeeper Tyrese Carrington during the RBNYFL National U-20 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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On the other hand, Thomas was happy to share why his team scored all nine knockout penalties taken in shootouts—as they waited for an inevitable save from Williams.

“We were practising penalties in three out of every four sessions since we got out of the group stage,” said the Evolution coach. “[…] I could have picked any five players—I am confident in all of their penalty taking abilities!”

Having lost two of their first three matches, Evolution had to rely on other results to go their way in their penultimate group stage match day before upsetting Blue Hawks FC to sneak into the RBNYFL quarterfinal round.

Evolution FC players pose before kickoff against Eagles FC in the RBNYFL National U-20 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“I said: listen guys, we have seven finals—I saw a few faces looking perplexed and then the penny dropped,” said Thomas, as he recalled a crucial chat with his players after their third match day.

“This season is a fairytale. You could make a movie out of this. Not because we won everything when people didn’t expect it at all. It is because of where we came from.

“I put that down to these boys—their attitude and resilience. They are an example for all young men in Trinidad and Tobago and even worldwide. The chips were down and nobody thought of jumping ship and giving up.

Evolution FC players and supporters celebrate a successful end to an eventful RBNYFL U-20 campaign at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“We had our goal in mind and kept our eyes on the prize.”

Thomas’ seven finals were their remaining four group games plus the Trinidad quarterfinal, semifinal and final. But he miscalculated. He did not initially consider the national final.

“When we won the [Trinidad] final against AIA, I told the guys sorry but I told a lie,” said Thomas. “I know I said it was seven finals, but it was really eight.”

Evolution FC coach Husani Thomas (seated) cheers on his players during their clash with Eagles FC at the RBNYFL National U-20 final in UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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He said his players laughed it off. And they were still smiling on the final match day of the 2024 season.

“I am extremely proud of those boys,” he said. “What they achieved, there was nothing lucky or fluky about it. It was purely down to consistent hard work. They deserve every ounce of credit.”

Evolution are Central’s first national champions of the RBNYFL.

Evolution FC celebrate success in the RBNYFL National Under-20 division at UTT O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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It was Ball Blasters who delivered the champagne football, though.

“In all my time of playing football with Bertille St Clair Coaching School and Bethel United, I can never remember Tobago winning a national club title,” said Marcelle. “[…] Even Eagles FC went to penalties in the Under-20 final, so it means that we are doing really, really well with the development in Tobago.

“It was a good showing by all the Tobago teams. I wouldn’t say we are the same level with Trinidad but we are getting there. There is not a massive difference in terms of the talent and ability of the players.

Ball Blasters YA defender Kisean Grant (right) tries to turn away from a City FC attacker during the RBNYFL National U-14 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“The gulf is not 100 to 1 again.”

Two Ball Blasters players and Signal Hill students, defender Imanhi Forbes and midfielder Jaden Richardson, are preparing for trials in Europe thanks to his club’s new relationship with Gateway Athletics.

Marcelle hopes to be sitting at the head table for a long time to come—both with Signal Hill and Ball Blasters. But it is the latter team that afforded him his first national title.

Ball Blasters Youth Academy players celebrate their triumph in the RBNYFL National U-14 competition at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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“Give thanks to the organisers of the Republic Cup, Gateway Athletics and Shem Alexander and Lystra Lara,” he said. “They have been really nice to us in Tobago and they made us feel we are part of this thing. Thanks to the sponsor for hosting a successful Republic Cup.”

(Teams)

Ball Blasters Youth Academy U-14 (4-3-3): 33.Emani Baptiste (GK); 4.Kyen Anderson, 18.Kisean Grant, 12.Ozil James, 6.Kaeron Alfred; 16.Jaden Marcelle, 10.Ackim Duncan (captain), 15.Amar Allie Baccus; 11.Jaysean Felix, 9.Jaeden Anthony, 7.Jahmiah Gibbes.

Substitutes: 1.Kamal James (GK), 3.Ty Guerra, 5.Ajani Phillips, 8.Malik Hurdle, 13.K’lon Howard, 14.Darrion Balfour, 17.Ali Diab, 19.Amarre Roberts, 20.Kyle Roberts.

Coach: Downie Marcelle

City FC U-14 (4-3-3): 1.Christian Telfer (GK); 5.Jaren Chase, 3.Liam Hosein, 11.Lucas Shaw (captain), 29.Gabre Kambon; 21.Brandon Chin Sang, 12.Keanu Sealey, 9.Matthew Lee Young; 46.Jeremai Nanton, 16.Jude Correia, 10.Reagan Rowe.

Substitutes: 0.Malachai Leach (GK), 6.Mason Joel, 7.Shiva Joseph Ramlal, 15.Tristan Hamel-Smith, 19.Zachary Rizk, 24.Elliot Nieves, 26.Zaidyn Camps, 48.Zachary Elliott.

Coach: Kahlil Mathura

Ball Blasters Youth Academy head coach Downie Marcelle (centre) celebrates with his players after their RBNYFL National U-14 triumph at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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Pro Series U-16 (4-3-3): 1.Jayden Lucas (GK); 2.Zain Griffith, 3.Daquan Jackman, 4.Tristan Jackman, 77.Gervais Frederick; 6.Jalen Hislop, 17.Troy Bruno, 16.Alejandro Harper; 11.Jaseem Celestine, 10.Jake Barclay, 7.Jaeden Samuel.

Substitutes: 30.Shameal O’Brian (GK), 9.Jonathan Mason, 12.Jonathan Ferreira, 18.Ezekiel Bernard, 20.Jasai Theophilus, 21.Preston Watkins, 22.Neomiah Thompson, 23.Blaine Popplewell, 24.Rojinio Garcia, 25.Xavi Caruth.

Coach: Kona Hislop

Ball Blasters Youth Academy U-16 (4-3-3): 31.Stephon Thom (GK); 24.Jaquon De Four, 6.Kamron Bovell, 19.Devonte St Hillaire, 12.Mario Pereira; 8.Daveon Maxime, 37.Raevion Marshall, 7.Jediael Marcelle; 21.Immanuel Wright, 9.Jermaine Morgan (captain), 11.J’meke Watkins.

Substitutes: 4.TO Peters, 5.Selon Guy, 15.Jeremiah Wickham, 16.Kaseon Barry, 17.Siel Mills, 20.Malachi Peters, 22.Lamarni George.

Coach: James Thomas

Pro Series players pose before kickoff in the RBNYFL National U-16 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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Evolution FC U-20 (4-3-3): 25.Anton Williams (GK); 26.Malachi Duncan (23.Kermannuel Christopher 60), 5.Joshua Demas (captain), 4.Miqel Samuel, 11.Zayn Colthrust; 10.Ethan Trotman, 14.Kaeden Thomas-Robertson (12.Yasin Ali 48), 35.Kai Thomas-Robertson (18.Jordan Thorne 75); 7.Josiah Hypolite, 36.Judah Chinapoo, 52.Kirziah Mayers.

Unused substitutes: 3.Terriq Thomas, 13.Chad McClean, 15.Nashawn Rocky, 22.Israel James, 29.David Johnson, 39.Rafieal Boatswain.

Coach: Husani Thomas

Eagles FC U-20 (4-3-3): 1.Dejuan Quashie (GK) (22.Tyrese Carrington [GK] 46); 12.Jarion Dennis, 4.Charles Hall (captain), 5.Hassani Robley, 17.Jonathan Gibbs (3.Justin Henry 46); 11.Zyon Makoul (25.Damario Henry 46), 10.Keanu Boatswain, 7.Jabari Alexander; 19.Moses Bernard (30.Johan Elliot 50), 9.Jaheim Trim, 8.Omar Daniel (6.Jaruel Miller 70).

Unused substitutes: 14.Isiah Pantin, 15.Zaheem Kent, 16.Kaniel Davidson, 18.Keilon Jack, 20.Tariq St Louis, 26.Micah La Croix.

Coach: Keyun Boatswain

Eagles FC goalkeeper Anton Williams hangs on to a penalty from Eagles FC substitute Justin Henry during the RBNYFL National U-20 final at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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RBNYFL National Finals

(1 June)

Boys Under-14 final

City FC 1 (Brandon Chin Sang 35), Ball Blasters YA 2 (Jahmiah Gibbes 5, Kyen Anderson 78 pen) at UTT, O’Meara campus;

Boys Under-16 final

Pro Series 2 (Daquan Jackman 22, Jasai Theophilus 70), Ball Blasters YA 1 (Mario Pereira 39) at UTT, O’Meara Campus;

Boys Under-20 final

Evolution FC 1 (Ethan Trotman 36), Eagles FC 1 (Jaheim Trim 41) at UTT, O’Meara Campus;

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

Ball Blasters Youth Academy players celebrate their opening goal of the RBNYFL U-14 final from attacker Jahmiah Gibbes at UTT, O’Meara on 1 June 2024.
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