• Tuesday Apr 20, 2010

    Caribbean clubs final round set for Trinidad

    PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Puerto Rican and Trinidadian derbies will highlight the opening day of the final round of the Caribbean Club Champions Cup with the Puerto Rico Islanders facing Bayamon FC and Joe Public opposing San Juan Jabloteh.

    The final league phase will be staged in Macoya, Trinidad, May 5-9 at Marvin Lee Stadium - home of Joe Public, with the top three finishers qualifying for the Preliminary Round of the CONCACAF Champions League.

    Joe Public is seeking a third Caribbean title while Jabloteh is looking for its second and first since 2003. The seven-year-old Puerto Rico Islanders have never won the Caribbean crown, but are hoping for a third straight berth in the Champions League.

    Bayamon is only in its second year of existence.

    CFU Club Champions Cup
    (Three teams qualify for CONCACAF Champions League)
    Final Round
    At Macoya, Trinidad
    Wednesday, May 5
    Puerto Rico Islanders (PUR) vs. Bayamon FC (PUR)
    Joe Public (TRI) vs. San Juan Jabloteh (TRI)
    Friday, May 7
    Joe Public (TRI) vs. Puerto Rico Islanders (PUR)
    San Juan Jabloteh (TRI) vs. Bayamon FC (PUR)
    Sunday, May 9
    San Juan Jabloteh (TRI) vs. Puerto Rico Islanders (PUR)
    Joe Public (TRI) vs. Bayamon FC (PUR)

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