• Sunday May 14, 2017

    Caribbean Club Championship finals start Sunday

    Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago will host the Caribbean Club Championship finals from May 14-21, 2017. (Photo: Mexsport)

    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad & Tobago – The 2017 Caribbean Club Championship (CCC) finals open Sunday at Hasely Crawford Stadium with a doubleheader involving teams from both Group A and Group B.

    Sunday – May 14, 2017 (all times ET)

    Group B: San Juan Jabloteh (Trinidad & Tobago) v Racing FC (Haiti), 5:30 p.m.

    Group A: Central FC (Trinidad & Tobago) v Grenades FC (Antigua & Barbuda), 8:00 p.m.

    Cibao FC (Dominican Republic, Group A) and Portmore United (Jamaica, Group B) will make their debuts on Tuesday.

     The CCC champion will earn a berth in the 2018 CONCACAF Champions League, while the runner-up and the second-place team from each group will qualify for the 2017 Scotiabank CONCACAF League.

     CONCACAF.com takes a look at each of the participants:

    CENTRAL FC (TRINIDAD & TOBAGO)

    - Qualified by virtue of being 2015/16 TT Pro League Champion, two-time defending CCC champion and host

    - Appeared in last 2 editions of the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League: 1W-2D-5L (7GF, 17GA)

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    CIBAO FC (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)

    - First Round, Group B winner: 2W-1D-0L; 18GF, 1GA

    - Goals: Woodensky Cherenfant, Domingo Peralta (5); Charles Herold Jr., Jose Jaquez, Patrick Soko (2); Edward Acevedo, Kerbi Rodriguez (1)

    First Round Results:

    Police FC (Montserrat) 0, Cibao FC 16

    Cibao FC 1, Unite Sainte-Rosienne (Guadeloupe) 0

    Don Bosco (Haiti) 1, Cibao FC 1

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    GRENADES FC (ANTIGUA & BARBUDA)

    - First Round, Group C winner: 2W-1D-0L; 7GF, 4GA

    - Goals: Trevaughn Harriet (5); Rakeem Henry, Naz McBernette 67’ (1)

    First Round Results:

    Montego Bay United (Jamaica) 2, Grenades FC 3

    Grenades FC 2, Club Barcelona Atletico (Dominican Republic) 2

    Elite SC (Cayman Islands) 0, Grenades FC 2

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    PORTMORE UNITED (JAMAICA)

    - First Round, Group D winner: 3W-0D-0L; 9GF, 1GA

    - Goals: Ricardo Morris (2); Cherwin Doorson, Maalique Foster, Ewan Grandison, Jermie Lynch, Sue-Lae McCalla, Cleon Pryce, Tremaine Stewart (1)

    First Round Results:

    Scholars International (Cayman Islands) 0, Portmore United 2

    Puerto Rico FC (Puerto Rico) 0, Portmore United 1

    Portmore United 6, Transvaal SC (Suriname) 1

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    RACING FC (HAITI)

    - First Round, Group A winner: 2W-1D-0L; 8GF, 2GA

    - Goals: Marckens Dorisca (3); Bendy Charles (2); Jamesley Daniel, Jackson Jean, Estenio Laurent (1)

    First Round Results:

    Racing FC 2, Inter Moengotapoe (Suriname) 2

    Bequia United 0 (St. Vincent & the Grenadines), Racing FC 4

    Greenbay Hoppers (Antigua & Barbuda) 0, Racing FC 2

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    SAN JUAN JABLOTEH (TRINIDAD & TOBAGO)

    - First Round, Group E winner: 3W-0D-0L; 14GF, 1GA

    - Goals: Nathan Lewis (4); Jairo Lombardo Escobar, Keithy Simpson (3); Tyrone Charles (2); Jamal Guy, Vurlon Mills (1)

    First Round Results:

    Flames United (Sint Maarten) 0, San Juan Jabloteh 9

    San Juan Jabloteh 4, CS Moulien (Guadeloupe) 1

    System 3 (St. Vincent & the Grenadines) 0, San Juan Jabloteh 1

     

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