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Applications close 15th June 2014.
Trend Setters Hawks and Fyz-
abad United Football Club were
among the winning clubs when
27 teams competed at the San
Fernando Future football stars
ninth tournament last month at
Skinner Park, San Fernando.
The Hawks snatched the eight
and under and Six-And-Under
categories, finishing ahead of San
Fernando Sports Academy in both
Fyzabad United won the Ten-
And-Under age group with some
brilliant attacking and clever
defending. Finishing behind Fyz-
abad in the category were Trend
Setters Hawks and San Fernando
Other winners on the day
included San Fernando Sports
Academy (12 and Under) and Jean
Lillywhite football team (15 and
Marbella Family Crisis, Club
Sando, Spitfire SA International,
Ralph Coaching School and Pleas-
antville Patriots also competed in
the tournament. All the children
received medals for participating.
Sponsors of the tournament
included the Ministry of Sport,
the Sports Company of T&T, Mill-
age Mack Ltd, Kee Chanona Ltd
and the Community Security Pro-
East captain Kirstan Kallicharan
was the difference again yesterday,
as the right-hander slammed an
unbeaten 108 to give his team the
advantage over South-East in the
final of the BG T&T Under-15
Interzone two-day competition at
the Inshan Ali Park, Preysal.
Kallicharan, who has scored
heavily throughout the competition,
led East to 185/3 off 37 overs batting
first. Kallicharan s knock came off
96 balls and included 12 fours and
Teshawn Alleyne was also in
good touch, scoring an unbeaten
33 off 42 balls (two fours).
Alleyne and Kallicharan shared
in an unbroken 108-run fourth
wicket partnership, taking the total
from 77/3 to 185/3. Avinash Roop-
narine was the best bowler for
South-East, grabbing 2/22 in seven
In reply, South-East was bundled
out for 101 in 30.4 overs, giving
East a 84-run lead on first innings.
South-East captain Cephas Cooper
stood tall hitting 56 off 71 balls,
which included three fours.
Brandon Singh pitched in with
19, while Nathaniel McDavid took
3/35 in 9.4 overs. Kallicharan was
also among the wickets, grabbing
2/24 with his leg spin.
East closed day one on 25/1 in
the second innings with an overall
lead of 109 runs. Dante Peters (13)
and Rickash Boodram (10) were
both unbeaten at the close. Cooper
took the lone wicket for South-
East, ending with 1/8.
The match continues today from
The national men s senior tennis
team got off to a rough start on Mon-
day at the Group III Americas tour-
nament at the Palmas Athletic Club
Humacao, Puerto Rico, losing 3-0
to Costa Rica.
T&T is competing in pool B along-
side Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Jamaica
and Bermuda. Bahamas, Honduras,
Panama and Cuba are in pool A. The
first and second place finishers in
each pool will qualify for the next
stage. The top two teams will then
progress to the Americas Zone Group
II next year.
T&T s team includes Javier Lewis,
Vaughn Wilson, Akiel Duke, Nabeel
Mohammed and team captain-coach
David De Noon. In the opening match
Duke lost 3-6, 4-6 to Ignaci Roca.
Wilson also did not have much luck
against Pablo Nunez, going down 3-
Duke then paired with Mohammed
in the doubles looking for a conso-
lation win. Unfortunately, Alvaro
Riveros and Julian Saborio outlasted
the T&T duo 6-2, 6-3.
The national team was scheduled
to face Bermuda yesterday.
Kallicharan puts East
on top with 108 no
Rough start for T&T
senior tennis team
AT INSHAN ALI PARK: East 185/3
(37 overs) (Kirstan Kallicharan 108
no, Teshawn Alleyne 33 no,
Nathaniel McDavid 29, Avinash
Roopnarine 2/22, Kurem Noel 1/26)
and 25/1 (Dante Peters 13 no,
Rickash Boodram 10 no, Cooper 1/8)
vs South-East 101 (30.4 overs)
(Cephas Cooper 56, Brandon Singh
19, McDavid 3/35, Kallicharan 2/24)
The San Fernando Sports Academy that dominated the 12 and Under age group at the San Fernando Future
Football Stars tournament recently.
Hawks fly high in
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