Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : June 30th 2015 Contents home team was eliminated from the 2018 World
Cup Qualifiers, as the Vincentians had the superior
goal difference, owing to the away goals rule.
Guyana s protest is said to have been prompted
by a tip off that one Gavin James, the St Vincent
and the Grenadines striker, was used though he
was not a holder of a Vincentian passport, a clear
violation of Fifa s laws that govern a player s eligibility
to represent his country.
James was born in England and plays for the
Flackwell Heath Football Club.
Fifa regulations for the 2018 programme say that
only passports are valid proof of a player s identity
and nationality . Each player s passport must be
shown to Fifa s match delegate the day before kick-
off.If a ruling is made in favour of the GFF, the result
will be reversed, a fine will be imposed on the SVFF,
the "Golden Jaguars" will be awarded the victory
with a 3-0 score line, and would advance to the
next round of the Qualifiers.
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Barbados have been thrown out of
CONCACAF World Cup qualifying by
Fifa after fielding an ineligible player in
the second leg of their victory over
Already two goals up from the first leg,
Barbados beat Aruba 1-0 at home in the
return meeting on June 14 to book a place
in the next round of qualifiers.
However, Hadan Holligan - Barbados
goalscorer in the second leg - played when
he should have been serving a one-match
suspension for picking up two previous
Fifa announced yesterday that Aruba
had been awarded a 3-0 victory in the
match, giving them a 3-2 aggregate win
and qualification at Barbados expense.
Barbados have also been fined CHF 6,000.
In another case, St Vincent and the
Grenadines Football Federation is awaiting
the ruling from Fifa on a protest lodged by
the Guyana Football Federation (GFF).
The GFF protest is predicated on the
grounds that St Vincent fielded an eligible
player, a non-holder of a Vincentian pass-
port, in the recent Concacaf Zone 2018
World Cup Qualifiers between the two
The decision by the GFF is said to have
come as a surprise to the SVGFF. Notwith-
standing, the local Federation is confident
about getting a ruling in their favour.
Vincy Heat and the "Golden Jaguars"
had played to a pulsating 4-4 draw at the
Guyana National Stadium, June 14; but the
CONCACAF WORLD CUP QUALIFYING
Barbados eliminated from WC qualifying
Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis---Today the Hero
Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has announced
an all-star charity T20 game will take place at Warn-
er Park, St Kitts on Thursday at 6 pm (EST).
The match will bring together a host of cricketing
legends and current stars to mark what promises to
be an exhilarating two weeks in St Kitts and Nevis
where Warner Park will host ten Hero CPL matches
from June 30 - July 11.
The game between the Prime Minister of St Kitts
and Nevis XI and cricketing legend Sir Vivian Richards
XI, will boast an impressive list of all-star names
including; former England fast-bowler Darren Gough;
Indian spin legend, Murali Kartik; former West Indies
batsman, Daren Ganga; Ashes winning Australian,
Damian Martyn; former New Zealand cricketer and
sports commentator, Danny Morrison and his fellow
commentator and former West Indies paceman, Ian
Bishop. The players will also be joined by three current
CPL coaches; Simon Helmot, Eric Simons and Stuart
Williams, alongside one of the best West Indies
women s cricketers in the region, Stefanie Taylor.
All proceeds from the game will go to a local charity.
Last year, three charities including, Special Olympics
St Kitts and Nevis, St Kitts and Nevis Association
Of Persons with Disabilities and the Creative Youth
Academy, benefitted from the proceeds.
Hero CPL to
host all star
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