• Thursday May 12, 2011

    Guyana to stage Caribbean club semis, finals

    PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Guyana's Alpha United will host the semifinals and finals of the Caribbean Club Champions Cup May 25 and May 27, with the single game knockout rounds to determine the regions three qualifiers for the CONCACAF Champions League.

    Alpha United defeated River Plate Puerto Rico to qualify for the semifinals, to be played at Guyana National Stadium in Georgetown, and will be joined by Defence Force of Trinidad and Tempete FC of Haiti

    The defending champion Puerto Rico Islanders drew 1-1 in the first leg of its second-round series with Walking Boyz of Suriname and will host the second leg in Bayamon on Saturday to determine the last semifinalist.

    A draw to determine the semifinal pairings will be held Sunday.

    Semifinal winners May 25 and the third-place victory on May 27 will qualify for the Champions League.

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