News day / Despite going ahead through a terrific free kick goal from Zachary Welch from 30 yards out on the half hour, TT conceded three second half goals. Houston got a 60th minute equaliser when Ulyses Jaimes struck. Houston kept pressing and got the go-ahead goal four minutes later thanks to Jake Crath. Jaimes added another in stoppage time to complete the 3-1 come-from-behind win for Houston.
TT were denied a chance of doubling their earlier advantage when Jean Heim McFees shot crashed off the upright in the 42nd minute.
TT , who drew their opening game 2-2 with Manchester City, played their final game last night against DC United.
The national Under-15s, coached by Russel Latapy, were placed in the toughest group with the academy teams of three established professional clubs from the UK and US. The other groups included the Cayman Islands national under 15 team, Cuba Under 15 team, Jamaican club Harbour View, La Ceiba of Honduras, Bahamas Tottenham Hotspur (who conceded 22 goals in their three losses) and Alchemy DSC (who conceded ten goals in two games).
Cavaliers Soccer Club qualified for the semi finals after they topped Group A, having to contend with IMG Academy,Cayman Islands U-15s and Alchemy DC.
TT head coach Latapy said, Obviously it was disappointing to go down the manner in which we did after a bright start in the first half. Maybe we were unlucky with the post not to go further ahead. But then we gave up three second half goals that took the game away from us.
But weve had two very competitive games and we go straight into our third match in four days on Friday (yesterday) against DC United and I am expecting another good exercise which is most important.
Houston Dynamo sink TT U-15 footballers
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