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Herbert proves handful in Youth League
W Connection got off to a perfect start on Sunday, when the 2014 Youth Pro League season kicked off, with wins in each of the three division. W Connection opened with a 9-0 win over Police at the Under-14’s Division with a pair of goals each by Nikel Rawlins (16th and 33nd minutes), Jarelle Steadman (17th and 34th minutes) and Jevaughn Humphrey (40th and 41st minutes), while Kyjuan Sampson(23rd minute), Deneilson Benjamin (44th minute) and Christian Rasome (55th minute) picked up an item each for the Leonson Lewis coached-youngsters.
But at the under-16 age-group, the “Savonetta Youths,” coached by another former T&T international, Brian Williams, forward Anthony Herbert was the star of the day netting an impressive five goals (5th, 24th, 32nd, 40th and 55th minutes) while teammate Isaiah Hudson grabbed a double (53rd and 46th minute) in their 7-0 hammering of Police FC at the St James Barracks Ground, Western Main Road, St James. Then at the under-18’s/reserve level, the W Connection squad coached by former star players, Brazilian-born Jose Luis Seabra and former T&T captain Clyde Leon, secured a hard-fought 3-2 win against Police.
Martieon Watson opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the 21st minute, and senior team player Mikaeel Jem Gordon doubled the advantage by the 37th minute, before Yafeu Rougier made it 3-0 a minute inside the second period. Police stormed back with goals by Andell Andrews and senior team player Christon Thomas in the 77th and 82nd minutes respectively, but were short of the equaliser. W Connection now leads the Under-14 and Under-16 standings after Round One Match Day One, while rivals San Juan Jabloteh stands at the top of the Under-18/Reserve table.
W Connection 9 (Nikel Rawlins 16th, 33rd, Jarelle Steadman 17th, 34th, Kyjuan Sampson 23rd, Jevaughn Humphrey 40th, 41st, Deneilson Benjamin 44th, Christian Rasome 55th) vs Police 0
Caledonia 3 vs Central FC 0 - By default
Jabloteh 8 ( Tyrese Bailey 7th, Nickel Orr 21st, Nicholas Romany 32nd, Jarved Elcock 42nd, Kesean St Rose 44th, own goal 46th, Jodel Brown 52nd, 65th) vs St Ann’s Rangers 0
Pt Fortin Civic 1 (Arziki Moore 46th) vs North East Stars 1 (Adriel Williams 45th)
W Connection 7 (Anthony Herbert 5th, 24th, 32nd, 40th, 55th, Isaiah Hudson 53rd, 46th) vs Police 0
Caledonia 3 (Marcus Berot 21st, Mikel Walkes 26th, Jabari Meyers 43rd) vs Central FC 0
St Ann’s Rangers 2 (Raheam Borde 31st, Tekay Hoyce 64th) vs Jabloteh 1 (Alexander Jeankean 33rd)
Pt Fortin Civic 3 (Mathew Khan 15th, Joel Stephen 57th, 69th) vs North East Stars 2 (Keston James 22nd pen, Davidson Lawrence 71st)
W Connection 3 (Martieon Watson 21st pen, Mikaeel Gordon 37th, Yafeu Rougier 46th) vs Police 2 (Andell Andrews 77th, Christon Thomas 82nd)
Caledonia AIA 2 (own goal 17th, Nicholas Marcanop 75th) vs Central FC 1 (Kareem Garcia 28th)
Jabloteh 5 (Akeem Garcia 9th, own goal 49th, Josiah Trimmingham 53rd, Brent Sam 63rd pen, Marcus Gomez 70th pen) vs St Ann’s Rangers 2 (Kadeem Corbin 13th pen, Josh Toussaint 29th)
Pt Fortin Civic 1 (Jamille Boatswain 89th) vs North East Stars 1 (Jamal Francis 1st)
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