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Coosal s Las Lomas United will host Enter-
prise Youths on the opening day of the 2013
Central Football Association (CFA) Premier
League Competition this Sunday at the
Madras Recreation Ground, Cunupia, from
The event will be preceded with a Women s
League Football (Wolf) fixture between Central
FC Women and Malabar FC, from 3 pm, fol-
lowed by a parade of all CFA teams for this
year s competition, which is set to commence
Although a regular league fixture, the winner
of the Wolf match will receive a trophy and
medals. Each team which participates in the
parade will receive two footballs, while the
winner will also receive a trophy.
In all, 15 teams divided by two groups will
contest the CFA Premier Division. The top
three teams in each group will enter the Big-
Six competition, which will ultimately deter-
mine the league champion.
The participating teams are: Eagles United,
Enterprise Youths, Cunupia FC, Edinburgh
500, Leeds FC, Harlem Strikers, Coosals Las
Lomas Utd, Perseverance Utd, Cap Off Youths,
Caroni Tabaquite, Flamengo FC, Fire Services,
Xtra Foods Chaguanas FC, T&T Highlanders
FC and Perseverance Ball Runners.
With T&T s first team left to settle for a fifth/sixth
place spot in the main competition, the President s
Select, or the B team will seek to attain silverware
for the host country in the final round-robin clash
with Guyana in the Nacra Under-19 15s Rugby
The game will be played at the Hasely Crawford
Stadium, Wrightson Road, the venue for tomorrow s
cup final and play-off matches.
T&T s match against Guyana, today, will follow
the final fixture between the Turks and Caicos Islands
and St Lucia, which is set to commence at 2 pm.
St Lucia has already lost two of its three matches,
and is out of contention for the title. The Turks and
Caicos Islands and Guyana both have one bonus-
point win and a loss each, which puts them on five
points, and with a chance, albeit slim, of taking the
With 10 points from two bonus-point wins (33-
3 over Turks and Caicos, and 70-0 over St Lucia),
T&T s President s Select lead the four teams, and
anything but an avalanche defeat (and a massive
Turks and Caicos win over St Lucia) will see the
host take the title.
The first team, which has failed to win the Nacra
U-19 Championship since 2011, was ousted from
title contention by an unforgiving Barbados on
On Saturday, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, the
competition will conclude with matches to determine
the champion, the third place finisher and the fifth
Two-time defending champion the Cayman
Islands, will play in its fifth final in six years against
Mexico, from 4 pm. The third place play-off will
see a clash between Barbados and Jamaica (2 pm),
after T&T, which started confidently plays for fifth
place against Bermuda (12 pm).
for Nacra title
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