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La Horquetta Rangers vs Point Fortin Civic 5-1 - All Goals & Extended Highlights (28/01/2020)
La Horquetta Rangers vs Point Fortin Civic 5-1 - All Goals & Extended Highlights (28/01/2020)

La Horquetta Rangers vs Point Fortin Civic 5-1 Goals from Rangers' Isaiah Lee 2, Aikim Andrews 1, Junior Asson 1 and Jamal Creighton 1 were more than ...

Central FC Breeze Past North East Stars
Central FC Breeze Past North East Stars

Central FC breezed past defending champions North East Stars 2-0 in the opening round of the T&T Pro League 2018 season. The former champions got a ...

Team, Place & City Details

Point Fortin Civic F.C.

Point Fortin Civic F.C. is a Trinidad and Tobago professional football club, based in Point Fortin, that plays in the TT Pro League.Point Fortin Civic applied for admission and were accepted back in the Pro League after a being expelled following the league's inaugural season.

North East Stars F.C.

North East Stars Football Club is a Trinidad and Tobago professional football club, based in Arima, Trinidad, that plays in the TT Pro League. The team plays its home games in Arima Velodrome.

Point Fortin
Point Fortin

Point Fortin, officially the Republic Borough of Point Fortin, the smallest Borough in Trinidad and Tobago is located in southwestern Trinidad, about 32 km southwest of San Fernando, in the historic county of Saint Patrick. After the discovery of petroleum in the area in 1906 the town grew into a major oil-producing centre.

Jesuit Hill Battery
Jesuit Hill Battery

Jesuit Hill Battery , also known as Jesuit Battery or Point Cortin Battery, was an artillery battery in Marsa, Malta, built by Maltese insurgents during the French blockade of 1798–1800. It was part of a chain of batteries, redoubts and entrenchments encircling the French positions in Marsamxett and the Grand Harbour.