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St Clair, Unifiers reach FA final
Keon Samuel scored a hat-trick while three other players added doubles as defending champion St Clair Coaching School hammered 1976 Phoenix FC 9-0 in their Tobago Football Association FA Trophy semifinal on Friday. This was in the first match of a double-header at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet. Samuel’s hat-trick carried his season tally to 16 goals, two behind team-mate Kino Proctor, who along with Anderson Taylor and former national youth team striker Carron Williams chipped in with two each.
In Friday’s final at the same venue from 7 pm, St Clair Coaching School, which also leads the Premier Division table with maximum 30 points, will meet fellow top flight club, Charlotteville Unifiers. Unifiers advanced to the FA final after a 3-2 penalty-kicks win over First Division leader, Youth Stars following a 0-0 draw in the second encounter at Bacolet. The winner of Friday’s final will collect $20,000 while second and third get $10,000 and $7,000 respectively. Meanwhile, Sidey’s got two goals from Pavel Warwick to whip Stokelyvale 4-1 in the Premier Division League to close to within two points of leader, St Clair. With the win, Sidey’s improved to 28 points, two behind St Clair.
St Clair CS 9 (Keon Samuel 3, Kino Proctor 2, Carron Williams 2, Anderson Taylor 2) vs Phoenix 0
Charlotteville Unifiers 0 vs Youth Stars 0 - Unifiers won 3-2 on penalty-kicks
Sidey’s 4 (Pavel Warwick 2, Ryan Gray, Kester Kent) vs Stokely Vale 1 (Akelon Murphy)
Golden Lane 5 (Kerwin Simon 2, Kernell Joseph, Steve Kirk, Heshbon Charles) vs Signal Hill 2 (Dennis Bruce, Kerlon Charles)
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