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Three-time winners DirecTV W Con-
nection and Couva-rivals Central FC both
needed kicks from the penalty-spot to
advance to the quarterfinal round of the
Toyota Classic at the Mahaica Oval, Point
Fortin on Friday night.
W Connection, Toyota Classic champions
in 2005, 2011 and 2013, and coming off its
triumph in the First Citizens Cup a week
earlier, got the better of Club Sando 5-3
on penalties after a 0-0 draw in the their
Then in the second match, Central FC,
which finished the heated encounter with
ten men, dumped host Pt Fortin Civic 3-
2 on penalties following a similar 0-0 draw.
In the quarterfinals, W Connection will
meet Toyota Classic 2012 champion North
East Stars, which hammered Super League
side Siparia Spurs 8-0 in their last-16 match
on Wednesday while Central FC, the defeat-
ed First Citizens Cup finalist, tackles Mor-
vant Caledonia United, 5-3 winner over
Super League s 1976 FC Phoenix.
For W Connection, Shahdon Winchester,
Jomal Williams, Dwight Quintero, Kurt
Frederick and Gerard Williams were all clin-
ical from the spot to beat goalkeeper Alexei
Julien while Club Sando s Akeem Humphrey
hammered his side s third kick onto the
crossbar. Kevon Woodley, Kemuel Rivers
and Kern Cupid, who were part of six for-
mer W Connection players fielded by Sando,
converted their attempts. Coming up against
the same side it defeated 3-0 in the Pro
League on September 26, Central FC was
expected to stroll into the last eight.
However, Central FC without the services
of veteran midfielder Marvin OIiver found
the going tough and was reduced to ten
men in the 67th minute when referee Cecile
Hinds ejected Elijah Manners for a lunging
tackle on Civic s Glenn Sutton.
Twice in regulation time Central FC had
the ball in the back of the Pt Fortin Civic
net, but on each occasion, it was rightfully
ruled out for offside.
At the other end of the field, Civic s best
efforts, came via attempts from Troy Moses
and Akeem Redhead which were blanked
by opposing goalkeeper Williams, and a
stoppage-time Andrei Pacheco free-kick
which clipped the top of the upright, before
eventually falling on penalties.
Civic, leading 2-1 on kicks, had a gift of
an opportunity to apply further pressure on
Central after goalkeeper Miles Goodman
blanked T&T international Willis Plaza who
seemed to be put off due to a three-minute
wait for the top of the netting to be repaired
after a thunderous effort from Civic s Andrei
Pacheco had beaten goalkeeper Jan-Michael
However Akeem Redhead blasted his
attempt into the night sky before Williams
denied substitute Jared Bennett and Bevon
Bass struck the base of the upright.
Moses scored Civic s first attempt while
goalkeeper Goodman produced another save
to deny Central s Leston Paul but the Couva
Sharks, got conversions from Ataulla Guerra,
Andre Ettienne and Darren Mitchell to
Up at the Larry Gomes Stadium, yester-
day, Defence Force got a goal apiece from
Richard Roy (26th pen), Ross Russell Jr (29th)
and Kerry Joseph (64th) to oust St Ann s
Rangers 3-1. Rangers got a 44th minute
free-kick conversion from Sayid Freitas.
Today, the Guayaguayare Recreation
Ground will come alive when home side
Guaya United welcomes Police FC from 3
pm, and simultaneously at the Mannie
Ramjohn Stadium, Super League side Mara-
bella Family Crisis Centre will take on
defending Toyota Classic champions San
Sidey s FC and Earlbrokes will face off in the
Tobago Football Association Premier Division
Knockout competition final at Speyside from 7 pm
tonight. This after both teams won their semifinal
matches at Goodwood on Wednesday night by sim-
ilar 2-1 margins.
In the first semifinal, Earlbrokes came from behind
to edge Roxborough Lakers thanks to a 40th minute
winner from Kerby Stewart, while Glenroy Fredrick s
90th minute penalty helped Sidey s, winner of the
TFA FA Trophy last month, to a 2-1 defeat of Premier
Division leaders , Youth Stars.
Also today from 5 pm, Championship Division
front-runner, Leeds FC and second placed Mason
Hall USSS will do battle in their divisional final, after
whipping Goodwood 3-1 and Lambeau 2-0 in their
respective semifinal at Canaan Ground, Bon Accord
In the day s first final at 3 pm, Belle Garden comes
up against Charlotteville Unifiers after beating Federal
North Side 2-0 and Buccoo Ball Park 3-1 in their
respective Division One semifinals at Cyd Gray Sport-
ing Complex, Roxborough on Friday night.
Newly-crowned National BGTT/First
Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Foot-
ball League (SSFL) Big-Four champion
Fyzabad is through to the South Zone
This after Fyzabad was handed a bye
quarterfinal win, following the preliminary
round clash between Penal and Princes
Town West, to determine its winner, never
came off on Thursday.
With both teams being thrown out,
Fyzabad was awarded a straight path to
the zonal semifinals on Saturday against
Pleasantville which defeated San Fernando
East 3-1 led by a Curissa Joseph brace.
In the other semifinal, St Joseph Con-
vent (San Fernando), which won by default
from Holy Name Convent tackles Pt Fortin
East, 5-0 victors over Fyzabad Anglican
in yesterday s other encounter at the Man-
nie Ramjohn Stadium training field in
Big-Four runner-up, St Augustine
blasted Sangre Grande 4-0 in its quar-
terfinal and was joined in the last four
by Toco, El Dorado West and Bishop s
In the North Zone, Tranquillity eked
out a 1-0 victory against Bishop s Anstey
thanks to Kerice King and will meet Prov-
idence, which won by default from St
In the other semifinal matches, St
Joseph Convent, also default winners over
Success/Laventille, comes up against the
winner of Wednesday s rescheduled battle
between zonal champions, Diego Martin
Central and Holy Name Convent. All zonal
semifinals are carded for Saturday, with
the final a week later.
W Connection, 10-man
Central win on penalties
Defence Force (Pro League) 3
(Richard Roy 26th pen, Ross Russell
jr 29th, Kerry Joseph 64th) vs St
Ann's Rangers 1 (Sayid Freitas 44th).
FC Santa Rosa's Devon King, left, celebrates his decisive goal against Defence Force (Super
League) with captain Jovan Rochford, second from left, and other team-mates in their
Toyota Classic round-of-16 match at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya on Wednesday
night. FC Santa Rosa won 1-0. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS
Pleasantville 3 vs San Fernando East
1(Naomi Fortune 43rd).
St Joseph Convent 3 vs Holy Name
Convent 0 - by default.
Pt Fortin East 5 vs Fyzabad Anglican 0.
Toco 3 vs St George's 0.
El Dorado West 4 vs San Juan North 2.
Bishop Anstey East 5 vs Arima North 0.
St Augustine 4 vs Sangre Grande 0.
Providnece 3 vs St Francois 0 - by
St Joseph Convent 3 vs
Success/Laventille 0 - by default.
Tranquillity 1 (Kerice King) vs Bishop's
Goal City 6 (Hakeem Legall 18th, 52nd, 60th,
77th, Noel Williams 38th, Anderson Taylor
72nd) vs Black Rock 1 (Atiba Roberts 69th).
Roxborough Lakers 4 (own goal 15th, Akessa
Alexander 28th, own goal 50th, Dyke Reid
64th) vs Georgia 2 (Jabari Mitchell 70th,
Marvin Wright 75th).
Earlbrokes 1 (Curtly Ferguson 55th) vs Golden
Sidey's FC 3 (Glenroy Fredrick 8th, Kester Kent
12th, Pavel Warrick 75th) vs Goal City 1 (Akini
Earlbrokes 2 (Jhevon Jackson 25th, Kerby
Stewart 40th) vs Roxborough Lakers 1 (Sellon
Sidey's FC 2 (Christopher Crosby 45th, Glenroy
Fredrick 90th pen) vs Youth Stars 1 (Akeel
Goodwood 5 (Mark Agard 8th, 17th, 69th,
Kelby Beckles 54th, Darelle Hercules 80th) vs
Hills Utd 1 (Desta Jackson 73rd).
Lambeau Utd 5 (Darieon Moses 30th, 57th,
68th, Raphael Thomas 62nd, Antonio Nelson
64th) vs Moriah Youths 2 (Kieff Roberts 49th,
Curt Balfour 55th).
Leeds Utd 4 (Kelvon Morris 2nd, 42nd, Kursyl
Vincent 65th, 75th) vs Carnbee/Mt Pleasant 3
(Navel Roach 19th, Clarance Rennie 44th,
Dominique Roberts 69th).
Mason Hall USSS 3 (Danny Pantin 13th, 43rd,
Jase George 71st) vs Mt Grace Utd 1 (Jerill
Leeds Utd 3 (Keon Boucher 44th, Vernon
Wilson 79th, Kelvon Morris 88th) vs
Goodwood 1 (Mark Agard 11th).
Mason Hall 2 (Kurt Eastman 38th, Ronell
Arthur 81st) vs Lambeau 0.
Belle Garden 2 (Ronald Thomas 50th, Nigel
Daniel 60th) vs Federal Northside 0.
Charlotteville Unifiers 3 (Dwayne Jack 88th,
93rd, Nacoise Martin 77th) vs Buccoo Ball
Park 1 (Nicholas Smart 22nd).
Guaya United vs Police FC,
Guayaguayare Rec Grd, 3 pm.
Marabella Family Crisis Centre vs San
Juan Jabloteh, Mannie Ramjohn
Stadium, Marabella, 3 pm.
Fyzabad Girls in South Inter-Col semis RESULTS
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