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Young brace lifts Parkites back on top

Published: 
Thursday, May 1, 2014

Dominic Young scored a pair of goals as Queen’s Park whipped Fatima 3-1, to regain top spot in the T&T Hockey Board Men’s Championship Division on Saturday. This was at the National Hockey Centre in Tacarigua.

 

Going into the match, Notre Dame led the table with 16 points from seven matches, one ahead of Queen’s Park, who had a match in hand.

 

And at the half, the Parkites were already ahead with goals from Young and Nicholas Camacho.

 

On the resumption, Young got his second to extend the lead to 3-0 before Jordan Vieira got a late consolation for Fatima.

 

Queen’s Park now has 18 points from seven matches, two more than the Dames while four-time defending champions Petrotrin stayed on 13 after another surprise loss, 1-2 to Courts Malvern, on Sunday.

 

The hero for Malvern was teenager Teague Marcano with goals in the sixth and 13th minute before Wayne Legerton netted a 66th minute for Petrotrin which has also gone under Paradise and Notre Dame.

...Trotman, Layne punish Notre Dame

 

National women’s team duo, Oire Trotman and Krizia Lane netted two goals each as Courts Malvern punished an understrength line-up for defending champions, Notre Dame 4-1.

 

The win was the third from seven matches for the Malvernites now with ten points and three left to play.

...Beharry denied Dames Mixed Vets crown

 

Jameel Beharry scored a quick double as Defence Force dented the title ambitions of Notre Dame in the Mixed Veterans Division with an entertaining 4-3 triumph on Tuesday night.

 

Notre Dame went into its final league match with 16 points from six matches, one more than challengers, Queen’s Park which has a match outstanding and with a win would have secured the crown.

 

However, Defence Force which flicked off its campaign later than all other clubs due to work commitments was first to strike through Nicholas Wren in the 23rd before Leon Ramdeen replied for the Dames seven minutes later.

 

Nine minutes after the restart Beharry got his first and within a minute he added another for a 3-1 Defence Force cushion.

 

But the Dames were not ready to give up and responded through Nigel Providence to trim the deficit to 3-2 only for Kirth Davis to restore the “Teteron Boys” two-goal lead at 4-2.

 

With two minutes left Ramdeen fired in another to give the Dames hope, but it came too late as his team ended its campaign with 16 points, leaving the door open for Queen’s Park which faces Malvern in its final match to snatch the title.

Results:

 

April 15:

 

Mixed Veterans:

 

Defence Force 11 (Nicholas Wren 2nd, 18th, 32nd, 65th, Bertrand Duncan 10th, 51st, Roger Daniel 28th, 48th, 59th, Kirth Davis 16th, Anthony Morales 39th) vs Shape 0

April 16:

 

Mixed Veterans:

 

Notre Dame 3 (Akil Nancoo 16th, Scott Dopson 38th, Keith De Peza 64th) vs Police 0

Saturday April 26:

 

Trinity Women:

 

Police 3 (Suzette Pierre 16th, R. Nancis 52nd, C. Rooney 69th) vs Paradise 2 (K. Scott 26th, D Romeo 69th)

 

Trinity Men:

 

Paradise 4 (Omari Brathwaite 20th, Desmond Archer 37th, Nave Roach 45th, Dario Clement 66th) vs Police 1 (Ryan Ramberan 26th)

 

U-19 Boys:

 

Paragon 3 vs Carib 0 - By Default

 

Women’s Championship:

 

Malvern 4 (Oire Trotman 2, Krizia Layne 2) vs Notre Dame 1 (Arielle Dus Quesnay)

 

Men’s Championship:

 

QPCC (Dominic Young 2, Nicholas Camacho) vs Fatima 1 (Jordan Vieira)

Sunday:

 

U-19 Boys:

 

QPCC 10 (Quinten De La Bastide 8th, 30th, 53rd, Jarryon Paul 6th, 44th, Craig Cockburn 46th, 65th, Keegan Dos Santos 56th, 57th, Jordi O’Brien 64th) vs Paragon 0

 

Trinity Men:

 

Notre Dame 3 vs Petrotrin 0 - By Default

 

Men’s Championship:

 

Malvern 2 (Teague Maracno 6th, 13th) vs Petrotrin 1 (Wayne Legerton 66th)

 

Monday:

 

Trinity Men: 

 

QPCC 8 (Dominic Young 4th, 70th, Damian Bright 50th, 67th, Matthew Tang Nian 14th, Kadeem Fortune 15th, Jarryon Paul 65th) vs Paragon 0

Tuesday:

 

Mixed Veterans:

 

Defence Force 4 (Jameel Beharry 44th, 45th, Nicholas Wren 23rd, Kirth Davis 55th) vs Notre Dame 3 (Leon Ramdeen 30th, 68th, Nigel Providence 53rd)