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Tim Kee congratulates Club Sando on knockout win
T&T Football Association president Raymond Tim Kee yesterday congratulated the players and staff of Club Sando for their success in the final of the TTFA/bMobile Super League Knockout Cup Final at Ato Boldon Stadium on Sunday. The Southerners and Guaya United thrilled close to 3,500 fans with an entertaining and tightly contested final before Club Sando emerged 4-3 winners at the end of regulation time.
Club Sando raced to a 3-0 lead through goals by Teba McKnight (22nd), Corneal Thomas (25th) and Devon Modeste (28th) before Guaya fought themselves back into the game through Jody Allisop (34th) Kevin Jagdeosingh three minutes before half time. Andy London then put Sando 4-2 ahead in the 48th before Carlon Hughes sparked an exciting finish with a 75th minute item. “It was a fantastic final and a great occasion for the Super League by all accounts,” Tim Kee stated. “When I heard about the fanfare at the match and the type of contest it turned out to be I was extremely pleased. It says to me that the interest in the local game continues to grow and that something right is happening. I wish to commend all those who have played their part in the running of the tournament and to our partners bMobile for their continued support,” he added.
“To the teams I say well played and continue to strive for greater things. Your actions on the field of play speaks volumes and your following continues to grow. I would like to challenge the other teams in the Super League to match your efforts which will no doubt have a positive effect on the league and the standard of competition,” Tim Kee said. Both Tim Kee and TTFA general secretary Sheldon Phillips missed the match. They were in the Cayman Islands for the inaugural Concacaf summit.
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