• Sunday Sep 26, 2004

    Intermeongetapoe takes first-leg of CFU Qualifying Series A; Jabloteh wins Series D

    Intermeongetapoe (SUR) opened the Series A of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Qualifying for the 2005 CONCACAF Champions' Cup on 24 September 2004 with a 2:0 victory in the first-leg over visiting Juventus de Saint-Martin (SXM) at the Andre Kamperveen Stadium in Paramaribo.

    Claudio Pinas scored in the opening seven minutes of the match for Intermeongetapoe, while Ives Vlijter added another as it concluded for the 2:0 final score. The second-leg of the CFU Series A First Round Qualifying will take place in Saint-Martin on 29 September.

    In another CFU Qualifying encounter at the Andre Kamperveen Stadium, CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh held the host Walking Boys Company (SUR) to a scoreless draw in the second-leg of the Series D on 26 September.

    The result gave CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh a 3:1 victory in the aggregate score and they now progress into the CFU Semifinal Round where they will meet the winner of the Series B First Round between Bassa Sports Club (ATG) and Tivoli Gardens (JAM).

    The CFU Qualifying has eight clubs competing in the opening round home-and-away series, with tournament winner progressing to the 2005 CONCACAF Champions' Cup.

    The CONCACAF Champions' Cup is the longest running international club competition in the region and has crowned the champion club of the Confederation since its inception in 1962.

    2005 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS' CUP QUALIFYING - CARIBBEAN ZONE

    SERIES A
    24.09.2004: Paramaribo, SURINAM; Andre Kamperveen Stadium (A: 500)
    INTERMEONGETAPOE (SUR) - JUVENTUS DE SAINT-MARTIN (SXM) 2:0 (1:0)
    Claudio PINAS 7'; Ives VLIJTER 90'+
    Intermeongetapoe: Brayen Damba - Johnny Bron, Marlon Bron, Ronnie Brunswijk (35: Sirano Amoeferie) (75: Ocivaldo Pinheiro), Germain Creton, Hesron Jeroe, Paulo Rossi Landtveld, Claudio Pinas, Jurgen Prypr, Ifenildo Vlijter, Ives Vlijter. Booked: I. Vlijter 5', Jeroe 49', Landtveld 64'
    Juventus de Saint-Martin: J. Michel Ellis - Dwayne Reid, Thierry Jamer, Bernard Richardson, Philippe Destin, Junior Cherubin, Stephane Moret, Harry-Michel Jean, Lucien Gamiette, Rony Mogin (63: Gaby Faleme), Kevin Manuel (86: Marcena Jasaron). Booked: Richardson 10', Moret 15', Jean 60', Ellis 81', Sent off: Moret 53'
    R: Roy MCARTHUR (GUY)

    29.09.2004: TBD, SAINT-MARTIN;
    JUVENTUS DE SAINT-MARTIN (SXM) - INTERMEONGETAPOE (SUR)

    SERIES D
    26.09.2004: Paramaribo, SURINAM; Andre Kamperveen Stadium (A: 100)
    WALKING BOYS COMPANY (SUR) - CL FINANCIAL SAN JUAN JABLOTEH (TRI) 0:0
    Walking Boys Company: Dewkumar Somal - Romeo Ceder, Clifton Tjin Liep Shie, Iranilson Araujo, Sanaro Ferreira Ribeiro, Jorge Dos Santos, Clifton Sandvliet (46: Allton Paiva), Sergio Aroepa (69: Iwen Ave), Henk Verveer (63: Revolino Cotin), Donovan Eersteling, Gino Brandon. Booked: Aroepa 6', Araujo 15'
    CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh: Dausane Williams - Kerry Baptiste (87: Stokley Mason), Nigel Daniel, Angus Eve (65: Kerry Noray), Cyd Gray, Ian Gray, Devon Mitchell (44: Nigel Pierre), Travis Mulraine, Trent Noel, Keyeno Thomas, Curtis Whitley. Booked: Mulraine 17', Thomas 23', Baptiste 30'
    R: Roy MCARTHUR (GUY)
    CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh wins 3:1 on aggregate

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