• Thursday Dec 18, 2003

    Jabloteh wins first-leg of CFU Qualifying Final over W Connection

    CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh (TRI) won the first-leg of the CFU (Caribbean Football Union) Qualifying Final, for the 2004 CONCACAF Champions Cup, over W Connection FC (TRI), 2:1, at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella, Trinidad & Tobago on Wednesday.

    The all-Trinidad & Tobago Finale had Angus Eve opened the scoring for Jabloteh in the 19th minute. W Connection got the equalizer in the 40th minute with a goal by Gefferson Goulart but Eve scored the game-winner a minute later for Jabloteh in the 2:1 final.

    The second-leg encounter will take place on 28 December 2003 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago at 16:00, and the winner will earn the Caribbean's only berth into the 2004 CONCACAF Champions Cup.

    2004 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS CUP QUALIFYING
    CFU Finals
    17.12.2003: Marabella, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Manny Ramjohn Stadium
    W CONNECTION FC (TRI) - CL FINANCIAL SAN JUAN JABLOTEH (TRI) 1:2 (1:2)
    Gefferson GOULART 40' - Angus EVE 19'; 41'
    W Connection: Alejandro Figueroa - Lyndon Diaz, Elijah Joseph, Jose Luiz Seabra, Ronaldo Viana, Reynold Carrington, Gefferson Goulart, Kendall Davis (46: Earl Jean), Arnold Dwarika (64: Kerwin Jemmott), Silvio Spann (58: Stokley Mason), Kenwyn Jones. Booked: Viana 57', Jean 68'
    Jabloteh: Daurance Williams - Keyeno Thomas, Ansil Elcock, Cyd Gray, Nigel Daniel, Trent Noel, Kerry Baptiste, Angus Eve (76: Devon Mitchell), Josh Johnson, Cornell Glen (61: Nigel Pierre), Autis Whitley (79: Travis Mulraine). Booked: Noel 32', Whitley 68'
    R: Jaggernauth GOOLCHARAN (TRI)

    28.12.2003: Port of Spain, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Hasely Crawford Stadium (16:00)
    CL FINANCIAL SAN JUAN JABLOTEH (TRI) - W CONNECTION FC (TRI)
    R: Richard PIPER (TRI)

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