• Sunday Apr 28, 2013

    Caribbean CCL qualifying resumes Sunday

    KINGSTON, Jamaica - Caribbean qualifying for the 2013/14 CONCACAF Champions League continues Sunday with three games.

    In Couva, Trinidad, Caledonia AIA needs at least a draw against Antigua Barracuda to remain contention for a place in next season's confederation competition. Caledonia, which won the 2012 Caribbean Club Championship, fell 4-0 W Connection in the Group One opener on Friday.

    First-place will be on the line in Group Two, when table-toppers Valencia and Portmore United meet in the opener of a doubleheader at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in Kingston, Jamaica. In the nightcap, Boys' Town and Bayamon FC will meet.

    On Friday, Valencia defeated Bayamon, 3-1, scoring three unanswered goals after the Puerto Rican side took a 9th minute lead. In an all-Jamaican battle, Portmore edged Boys' Town 1-0 on a Ricardo Morris goal.

     

    CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - CARIBBEAN QUALIFYING SCHEDULE
    Sunday - April 28, 2013

    GROUP ONE 
    at Couva, Trinidad & Tobago - Ato Boldon Stadium
    Caledonia AIA (Trinidad & Tobago) v Antigua Barracuda FC (Antigua and Barbuda), 5:00 p.m. EDT

    GROUP TWO
    at Kingston, Jamaica - Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex
    Portmore United (Jamaica) v Valencia FC (Haiti), 7:00 p.m. EDT
    Boys' Town FC (Jamaica) v Bayamon FC (Puerto Rico), 9:00 p.m. EDT

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