THEY PUT JAMAICA 1 UP
WINNING TEAM: Members of the Jamaica team which defeated Trinidad 2-0 at Sabina Park on Monday night in the opening fixture of a three-match soccer series between the two countries, are, left to right, standing: Walter Chevannes (right back), Karl Largie (left half), Ken Hamilton (centre half), Frankie Lewis (right half), Bill Gentles (left back); kneeling: Noel Tappin (outside right), Anthony Hill (inside right), Elvin Schloss (centre forward), Franz Alexander (inside left), Clovis McLean (outside left). In front is goal keeper Selvyn Murphy.
BEATEN IN FIRST MATCH
TRINIDAD'S ELEVEN, which lost 0-2 against Jamaica on Monday night, with team manager Ken Galt (standing left). Players, left to right, standing, are: Arthur Belgrave (right back), Rawlins "Cax" Baptiste (goal), Willie Rodriguez (left back); kneeling: Dennis Turton (right half), Noel Daniel (centre half), Frank Gamaldo (left half); sitting: Val Turton (outside right), Son Baptiste (inside right), John McVorran (centre forward), Clive Pantin (inside left), Dennis Thomas (outside left).
EXECUTIVE OFFICERS of the newly formed British Caribbean Football Association, with some of the delegates and observers who attended the conference that established the BCFA. Sitting (L to R): Mr. Eric James, secretary-treasurer of the BCFA, Mr. Winston Meeks, 1st vice-president, Mr. Ken Galt, president, the Hon. D. H. Ward, M.L.C. (Barbados), 2nd vice-president. Standing (L to R): Mr. George Abrahams, a JFA observer, Mr. Stanley Iton (St. Vincent delegate), Mr. William Husbands (British Guiana delegate), the Hon. Franlyn Baron (Dominica observer), Mr. Ken Atrobus (St. Vincent delegate), and Mr. E. A. Comissong (Grenada delegate).
ON THE ATTACK: A scene during play in the Jamaica-Trinidad football match at Sabina Park on Monday night, as Jamaica centre-forward Elvin Schloss (3rd from right) and lef half Karl Largie (by goalpost) attack the Trinidadians' goal. Play in the first half of the match was dominated by Jamaica, and they went ahead in the fifteenth minute when Anthony Hill, captain of the St. George's College team, winners of the Olivier Shield and Manning Cup competitions, scored with a lovely shot. Jamaica's second goal was scored by Franz Alexander, captain of the side. Jamaica won 2-0.
HON. NORMAN MANLEY, Chief Minister of Jamaica, congratulates Mr. Ken Galt of Trinidad on his election to the office of president of the recently formed British Caribbean Football Association. Others (L. to R.) are Messrs. Fred W. Dickens and Charles J. Ewald, Pan American Games officials from Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A., Mr. Herbert McDonald, president of the Jamaica Olympic Association, and Mr. Winston Meeks, JFA head.
A SECTION OF THE 6,000 crowd which watched play in the soccer match between the touring Trinidad team and Jamaica at Sabina Park on Monday night last. These spectators are looking on from the grandstand on the western side of the ground. Although the match was not a particularly good one there was a lot to make the fans cheer, especially in the first half which was very fast. Jamaica are ahead in the three-game series. The second "Test" will be played on Saturday night, and the last on Monday night. There should be some good football tonight as the Trinidadians and the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry meet.