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Jacksonville surges to the top of the table after road win in Edmonton.  NEW YORK (April 9, 2017) - History was made at Kezar Stadium in Week 3 of the North American Soccer League (NASL) Spring Season as the San Francisco Deltas recorded their first league win, doing so in commanding fashion over North Carolina FC. Veteran forward Tom Heinemann played a key role in the victory. Jacksonville Armada FC moved into an early lead atop the Spring Season standings after defeating FC Edmonton in the Eddies' home opener at Clarke Stadium. Armada FC is the only club to take the maximum points from games played so far.
NASL veteran scores twice in San Francisco's come-from-behind victory.  NEW YORK (April 10, 2017) - The San Francisco Deltas are officially off the mark. The newest North American Soccer League (NASL) club claimed its first victory at Kezar Stadium on Saturday night, and Tom Heinemann played a starring role in the historic triumph.
Trinidad and Tobago recorded mixed results last month which left its campaign to play in soccer’s premier global tournament, the 2018 World Cup, still alive, but struggling. The Soca Warriors entered their third match in the six-team final round of qualifiers for CONCACAF, which features countries from North and Central America and the Caribbean, without a point after two games. They managed to beat Panama 1-0 on Mar. 24 in Trinidad, but lost to Mexico by the same score four days later.
Five Caribbean countries now know who and where they’ll play in the group stages of this summer’s Gold Cup in the United States. Following the draw last month Jamaica, which reached the final of soccer’s premier international tournament for countries in the Caribbean, North and Central America (CONCACAF), was placed in Group C, where the Reggae Boyz will face Mexico, which beat them in the 2015 Gold Cup final.
The 2017 international outdoor track season shifts into high gear this month with the staging of the IAAF World Relays April 22 and 23 in Nassau, The Bahamas. Track powerhouse nations, including several from the Caribbean, plus the United States, Europe and Africa, are set to compete in a variety of events ranging from 4x100 to 4x800 meters at the T. Robinson Stadium in a preview of this year’s World Championships in Athletics.
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