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TTFA confirms cash prizes for top three FA clubs

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Sheldon Phillips confirmed yesterday that the 2013 TTFA FA Trophy tournament will have cash prizes for its top three finishers. The FA Trophy winners will receive $50,000 while the runner-up will bank $30,000 and the second runner-up is due $20,000. It will …

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Pro and Super League teams clash in Toyota Classic

Last season’s Toyota Classic Cup competition produced a fairy tale run for Super League outfit, Stokely Vale, and introduced the wider public to then 18-year-old Tobago star Rundell Winchester. There will be a chance for lower league teams to strut their stuff on the big stage again from Friday November …

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Connection regains top; Caledonia holds Central

DIRECTV W Connection and Caledonia AIA both shook off midweek disappointments in the CONCACAF Champions League yesterday evening albeit without especially inspiring Pro League performances. Twenty-two year old Connection captain Joevin Jones scored his first goal of the season as the “Savonetta Boys” edged Police FC 1-0 in the first …

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Bully Bain joins Caledonia for Toluca test

Morvant/Laventille-based Pro League football club, Caledonia AIA, will try to inject some impetus into its 2013/14 season tomorrow on Wednesday September 18 when it hosts Mexican outfit, Toluca, in CONCACAF Champions League action from 8 pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. If Caledonia coach Jamaal Shabazz appears …

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MATT will complete Guardian investigations next month

The Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago’s (MATT) executive committee has named the remaining members of its committee to investigate the media body’s role in an incident at the Trinidad Guardian which led to the resignation of three journalists. The investigative committee is chaired by veteran journalist Tony Fraser and now …

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NAAA: Sport Minister exposed T&T to international sanctions

The National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago (NAAA) has retorted to criticisms from Sport Minister Anil Roberts by accusing the minister of lacking patience and respect for World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) legal procedures. The NAAA further claimed that Roberts’ probes and public pronouncements on the Semoy Hackett …

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