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Caledonia bulldoze Petit Valley in FA

A HAT-TRICK by Trevin Caesar and a pair each by Odelle Armstrong and Trayon Bobb flattened Petit Valley United following an opening item by Sheldon Holder to hand Caledonia AIA a very comfortable 8-0 win in their FA Trophy Round of 32 contest on Wednesday.

The defending FA champs, minus five Trinidad and Tobago internationals currently in Antigua at the Caribbean Cup Finals, made easy of its FA opponents at the Diego Martin Secondary Ground.

Holder opened the scoring in the second minute. Armstrong then added his first in the eighth minute followed by Bobb’s first half double (12th and 38th).

The feast continued with TT Under-23 striker Caesar grabbing a second half hat-trick (48th, 51st and 75th) as Caledonia advanced comfortably into the Round of 16 which would be contest on December 19. Caledonia were not the only Pro League club advancing with such a contrasting result.

Defence Force also dumped Queen’s Park 8-0 with veteran utility player Michael Edwards scoring a second half hat-trick (59th, 83rd and 90th) at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.

Attacker Josimar Belgrave picked up a first half double (20th and 26th) and midfielders Jerwyn Balthazar (61st), Jemel Sebro (67th) and Kerry Joseph (88th) also got in on the fun with a goal each.

Fresh from their Toyota Classic crowning last Friday, North East Stars, who defeated DIRECTV W Connection 2-1 in the FA First Round, whipped Westside Superstarz 5-0 and TTEC FC eased past Edingburgh 3-0.

St Ann’s Rangers were the only Pro League casualty on Wednesday going down 3-2 against Stokely Vale at the Plymouth Recreation Ground, Tobago. That contest ended prematurely because of disruption five minutes before the end.

According to one TTFF official, an emergency meeting would be held to investigate “what went wrong” in the Stokely Vale versus Rangers match and also, why another fixture between Roxborough Lakers and Police FC did not play at the Goodwood Recreation Ground in Tobago.

Unofficial reports said that Lakers decided not to play the match because only one official was present for the match, while Police argued that there were two officials.

The draw for the Round of 16 is scheduled for today, and would be played this Wednesday before the tournament takes a Christmas break and resumes on January 9 with the quarterfinal rounds.

TTFF FA Trophy

Round of 32 results

Wednesday 12 December 2012

TTEC FC 3 -0 Edingburgh 500

Keeron Benito 25’, 41’, Bevon Bass 59’

Scarborough Secondary School 0 - 1 Enterprise Youth

Tavrean Sobers 23’

Stokely Vale FC 3 - 2 St. Ann’s Rangers

Keshoin Joseph 2, Rondell Winchester ; Devon Modeste 2

Joe Public(Super League) 3 - 1 Marabella Crisis Centre

Keno Goodridge, Donavon Derrick, Keston Jordan ; Renefor Martin

O.J. Sodado 4 -3 La Horquetta S.A.

Amarie Ettienne 8’, 20’ 78’, Sherlan Griffith 89’ ; Kern Robinson 18’, Wesley Elcock 34’, Kerron Charles 60’

Hills United 1 -3 Cunupia FC

Eustace Stewart 31’ ; Akel James 37’, 48’, 75’

Petit Valley United 0 - 8 Caledonia AIA

Sheldon Holder 2’, Odelle Armstrong 8’, 52’, Trayon Bobb 12’, 38’, Trevin Caesar 48’, 51’, 75’

Central FC 4 - 3 Malabar FC

Carey Harris 22’, Cyrano Glen 67’, 83’(pen), 93’(pen) ; Sherwayne Morris 14’, Stephon Stoute 44’, Shandel Samuel 48’(pen)

Defence Force 8 - 0 QPCC

Josimar Belgrave 20’, 26’, Michael Edwards 59’, 83’, 90’, Jerwyn Balthazar 61’, Jemel Sebro 67’, Kerry Joseph 88’

North East Stars 5 - 0 Westside Superstarz

Kaydion Gabriel 2, Kashif Thomas, Elijah Manners, Jayson Joseph

St. Anthony’s College 0 - 2 FC Santa Rosa

Eon Alleyne 42’, Andrew Durant 60’

Shiva Boys 3 -3 Eagles United

Kyle Felix, Kiel Reberio, Levi Garcia ; Kiedel Glasgow(3)

(Shiva Boys won 7-6 on penalty kicks)

Matura FC 3 - 3 Valencia Lions

(Matura won 4-2 on penalty kicks)

Guaya United 2 - 3 Point Fortin Civic Centre

Ryan Stewart(pen), Kevin Jagdeosingh ; Marcus Joseph(2), Steven Joseph

Roxborough Lakers v Police FC—6pm (did not play)


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