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Photo: San Juan Jabloteh winger Tyrone Charles (left) prepares to fly past Morvant Caledonia defender Seon Thomas en route to his club’s third goal during Pro League action at the Morvant Recreation Ground on 16 October 2016. (Courtesy Sean Morrison/Wired868)

The Morvant Recreation Ground opened its doors to the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League yesterday evening with pomp, noise and fervour. But, as it turned out, it wasn’t the visitors who could have done with extra security in the so-called “hot spot”.

Read more: Jabloteh clobber Morv’t Caledonia: Plaza steals show as P/League makes impressive Morvant debut

United States' Jordan Morris (8) passes the ball away from T&T's Radanfah Abu Bakr during the second half of their Concacaf World Cup qualifying match on Tuesday, in Jacksonville, Florida. The US won 4-0. AP photo

T&T Soca Warriors will commence the final round of 2018 World Cup Concacaf Final Round Qualifiers at home to Costa Rica on November 11 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.

Read more: Soca Warriors kick off ‘Hex’ home to Costa Rica

FOOTBALL: Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, Darryl Smith, seventh from right, MP for Laventille East/Morvant, Adrian Leonce, fourth from left, TT Pro League general secretary Julia Baptiste, third from left, and Ricarda Nelson (green shirt), general manager at Morvant Caledonia United are joined by other stakeholders during a media briefing on Oct. 12, 2016 to unveil the Morvant Recreation Ground on Park Street in Morvant as the latest venue to host Pro League football.

Residents of Morvant will for the first time witness top flight football in their community when home side Morvant Caledonia United host crosstown rivals San Juan Jabloteh in the Digicel Pro League on Sunday from 4 p.m. at the Morvant Recreation Ground, on Park Street.

Read more: Home at last...Morvant Utd face Jabloteh at Park Street on Sunday

TOUGH NIGHT: US striker Jozy Altidore, left, drives past T&T defender Carlyle Mitchell during their World Cup Qualifier in Jacksonville, Florida, USA, on Tuesday. —Photo: AFP

Jozy Altidore made US history. So did Christian Pulisic.
Altidore scored twice in a three-minute span of the second half, Sacha Kljestan and Paul Arriola had goals and the United States beat Trinidad and Tobago 4-0 on Tuesday night to reach the final round of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.

Read more: Warriors finish second* US win CONCACAF group with 4-0 win in Florida

TEAM SHOWED SPIRIT: T&T U-17 coach Russell Latapy

Trinidad and Tobago Under 17 coach Russell Latapy is urging his players to hold their heads high despite having failed to qualify for the CONCACAF Final Round of qualification for the FIFA Under 17 Men's World Cup in 2017.

Speaking to TTFA Media yesterday, Latapy congratulated the five teams from the Caribbean Football Union which have qualified for the final round and also thanked his charges for their efforts during the competition. Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba, Curacao and fifth place finishers Suriname all advanced to the CONCACAF Finals in Panama City next year.

Read more: Latapy urges T&T players to hold their heads up

In vain: Trinidad and Tobago’s Khaleem Hyland, left, works to keep the ball from United States’ Caleb Stanko during the second half of a CONCACAF World Cup qualifying match in Jacksonville, Florida, on Tuesday night. The USA won 4-0. —Photo: AP

Trinidad and Tobago begin the final phase of qualifying for a spot in the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup with three home matches against Costa Rica, Panama and Mexico in their first four outings.

Read more: Costa Rica Soca Warriors get three early home games

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