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M12 Football, Cox School dominate WISP football

Cox Coaching School footballers collect their trophy and medals after topping the Under-7 age group at the Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players annual football fiesta recently.
Cox Coaching School footballers collect their trophy and medals after topping the Under-7 age group at the Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players annual football fiesta recently.

GEORGE BAPTISTE

Cox Coaching School and M12 Football Revolution walked away with two titles in the Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players annual football fiesta.

The starlets from the Cox Coaching School defeated M12 Football 2-0 to take the title in the Under-7 age group.

And the Cox Coaching School girls whipped Waterloo Institute 3-1 to lift the Under-17 crown.

Elite FC won the Under-9 title after a 1-0 triumph over Gary John Coaching School.

Trendsetter Hawks show off their medals after winning the Under-11 category at the Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players annual football fiesta.

In the Under-11 bracket, Trendsetter Hawks got by Trincity Nationals 1-0 for their fourth lien on the age-group title. Waterloo Institute shut out T&T Maestros 2-0 in the Under-13 age group, while M12 Football stopped Waterloo 1-0 in the Under-15 bracket.

In Under-15 girls action, M12 Football Revolution downed Cox Coaching School to take the title.

Most Valuable Players during the series were Robelto Nemai (Cox Coaching School), Kanye Eastman (Elite), Antonio Seally (Trendsetter), Fabien Ayers (Waterloo), and Melic Robinson (M12).

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