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T&T U-15s start with win
T&T’s Under-15 boys team started its Colombian tour on a winning note with a 3-1 victory over Sevilla in Cali on Friday evening. In what was their opening match of the Tournament of the Americas after a arriving a day earlier, T&T settled quickly and proved to be too tough for their opponents. The Shawn Cooper-coach team conceded early though, falling behind 1-0 in the second minute of play. But T&T kept themselves in the match and were rewarded with a penalty when Defence Force midfielder Trey Henley was brought down inside the penalty box. Henley converted the penalty in the 20th minute to level the scores at one apiece.
Then T&T would taken a 2-1 lead on the half hour mark when Sharkell Louison of Moruga Secondary directed his diving header past the Sevilla goalkeeper. T&T would hold the lead going into the half time break. The match remained a tight contest before St Ann’s Rangers defender Travell Edwards sent a free kick into the net from atop the penalty box in the 70th minute for a 3-1 scoreline. T&T was scheduled to play River Soccer yesterday.
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