Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 12th 2017 Contents first match between the French-speak-
ing island club and hapless Flames
United which has let it 18 goals in two
matches so far.
However, speaking after Friday’s win,
Jeffrey said his team will be going all
out to top the group with three wins.
On Friday night, Jabloteh also CFU
third placed finishers in 2009/2010
edition fell behind in the 13th minute
to a goal from Minji Gomez.
However, within four minutes,
Jabloteh was back on level terms thanks
to Guyana’s Vurlon Mills before Escobar
put the T&T club ahead for good.
Escober, who was target in the 9-0
blowout of Flames on Wednesday in
Jabloteh’s opener, the club’s biggest
win in the tournament, then made it
3-1 in the 68th while T&T interna-
tional Lewis, who had a hat-trick on
Wednesday sealed the three points in
the 85th for the T&T outfit, back in the
competition after a five year absence
when it reached the Concacaf Cham-
pions League preliminary round stage
Jeffrey first saluted the French side
and stated they were an excellent team
and very well organised.
In the night’s second match, System
3 SA ran riot against Flames with a 9-2
thumping to get its qualification hopes
back on track.
At the end of the tonight’s Group E
series, only the table topper will join
Racing des Gonaives (Haiti), Cibao
(Dominican Republic), and Antigua
& Barbuda’s Grenades which all won
their respective qualifying groups in the
six-team finals alongside host club and
two-time defending champions Central
FC from May 14-21 final.
The San Juan-based club qualified for
the CFU Club Championship qualifiers,
its eight appearance behind an impres-
sive runner-up finish to Central FC in
the 2015/2016 Digicel T&T Pro League
season. From the six-team finals, the
top four teams will qualify to the Sco-
tiabank Concacaf Champions League,
an increase of one from previous years.
...Central FC handed bye into
Central FC was handed an automat-
ic path to the finals while the winner
of the yet to be completed Group D
series featuring host Puerto Rico FC,
Scholars International (Cayman Is-
lands), Portmore United FC (Jamaica)
and SV Transvaal (Suriname) from
March 14 will seal the final spot.
In the CFU six-team finals, the win-
ning club will enter the second phase
of the CCL, while the teams finishing
second through fourth will enter the
The Dale Saunders-coached Central
FC captured an historic Digicel T&T
Pro League crown last month and are
also eager to three-peat.
Sunday, March 12, 2017 guardian.co.tt
Dear APETT Member, you are cordially invited to attend the 58th
General Meeting of The Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad
Date: Saturday March 25th
Venue: The University of Trinidad and Tobago, Professional Education Unit,
Agora Campus, Chaguanas
Time: 9:00 a.m . - Please be seated by 8:45 a.m.
Agenda: Please visit our website at www.apett.org
Registration: www.apett.org/agm or contact our office
THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
58TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
* Refer to our website for a listing of all APETT Financial Members.
For further information, please visit our
Head Office:11-13 Fitz Blackman Drive, P.O. Box 935, Port of Spain
Tel/Fax: 1-868 -627-6697
Members are asked to make a special effort to attend and
participate in the AGM. Your contribution will be greatly
appreciated and graciously welcomed.
Lunch will be served.
T&T’s San Juan Jabloteh will
go into its final round-robin
match against host club Sys-
tem 3 Sport Academy needing
only a draw to top its Caribbean
Football Union Club Champi-
onship Group E series at Vic-
toria Park, Kingstown, in St
Vincent and the Grenadines
from 7.30 pm tonight to reach
the six-team finals.
This after the Keith Jef-
frey-coached four-time T&T Pro
League champion secured a come-
from-behind 4-1 win over Club
Sportif Moulien of Guadeloupe in
its second match on Friday night
at the same venue to improve to
maximum six points. Joint second
on the four-team table are Sys-
tem 3 S.A which hammered Saint
Maarten’s Flames United Sports
Club 9-2, and the Sportif Moulien.
Winner of the CFU competition
in 2003 and runner-up three years
later, the T&T club which has a
healthy goal-difference of plus-
12 to System 3’s plus-three and
Sportif Moulien’s plus-one could
even afford to lose the match by
a narrow margin and still qualify,
depending on the result of today’s
San Juan Jabloteh’s Nathan Lewis, left, in action against St Ann’s
Rangers in the Digicel T&T Pro Leagu at Barataria Recreation Ground,
recently. Lewis will today look to lead Jabloteh past System 3 Sport
Academy in the CFU Club Championship Group E series in St Vincent
and the Grenadines.
Jabloteh closes in on CFU finals group
GROUP E RESULTS
Jabloteh 4 (Jairo Lombardo Escobar 20th,
68th, Vurlon Mills 17th, Nathan Lewis 85th)
vs Club Sportif Moulien 1 (Minji Gomez 13th)
System 3 SA 9 vs Flames 2
Today ‘s matches
Club Sportif Moulien (Guadeloupe) vs
Flames Utd (St Maarten), 5 pm
System 3 S.A (SVG) vs Jabloteh (T&T),
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