Caribbean Professional Football League 1992 Trinidad and Tobago Hawks 1993 Malta Carib Alcons 1994 Trinity Professionals Caribbean Major League Football 1995 not held
Participants included: All Stars (Saint Lucia) Hairoun Lions (Saint Vincent) Kingston Lions (Jamaica) St. Clair Coaching School (Tobago) Trinidad & Tobago Hawks (Trinidad) Wavers (Jamaica) [later renamed Reno International] NB: no other Jamaican club entered Known Results and Fixtures [May ?] Trinidad and Tobago Hawks 4-0 St. Clair Coaching School [Jun ?] St. Clair Coaching School 3-2 Kingston Lions [Jun 6] Trinidad and Tobago Hawks 3-0 Wavers [the above match was Hawks' third; they had also won a match 4-1] [Jun 9] Kingston Lions - Trinidad and Tobago Hawks [Aug ?] All Stars bt Hairoun Lions Top Final Ranking: 1.Trinidad and Tobago Hawks 2.Kingston Lions
Participants included: Kingston Lions (Jamaica) Malta Carib Alcons (Trinidad) Panthers (Saint Lucia) R.E. Walker Nationals (Grenada) St. Clair Coaching School (Tobago) Trinidad and Tobago Hawks (Trinidad) NB: no other clubs from Jamaica or Trinidad and Tobago entered NB: in total 10 clubs were announed to enter NB: Trinidad and Tobago Hawks withdrew after their away match at Kingston Lions had been abandoned Semifinal [Jul 1] Panthers w/o Kingston Lions NB: Kingston Lions withdrew before the semifinal stage in Grenada as 15 of its players had commitments with the Jamaica national team Top Final Ranking: 1.Malta Carib Alcons 2.Panthers 3.R.E. Walker Nationals 4.St. Clair Coaching School NB: Malta Carib Alcons won the title early July 1993.
Participants (8): Caledonia AIA (Trinidad) Cornwall County Lions (Jamaica) Georgetown Cobras (Guyana) Hairoun Lions (Saint Vincent) Lambada (Barbados) Harbour View (Jamaica) Tobago Young Pros (Tobago) [aka Scarborough Young Pros] Trinity Professionals (Trinidad) Known Results and Fixtures [Apr 24, opening match, Shaw Park, Tobago] Tobago Young Pros 0-2 Trinity Professionals [Angus Eve 11, Alvin Thomas 47] [May ?] Hairoun Lions 3-0 Georgetown Cobras Trinity Professionals 12-0 Georgetown Cobras [May 22 (official opening Harbour View FC Stadium, Kingston)] Harbour View 2-2 Cornwall County Lions [May 24] Georgetown Cobras - Tobago Young Pros [Tobago dns] [May 29] Georgetown Cobras - Hairoun Lions [Hairoun dns] Reported Tables (May 24): Group A 1.Trinity Professionals 3 3 0 0 17- 1 9 2.Hairoun Lions 3 2 1 0 9- 5 7 3.Tobago Young Pros record not reported 4.Georgetown Cobras 4 0 0 4 2-20 0 Group B 1.Cornwall County Lions 6 4 1 1 8- 4 13 2.Lambada 5 2 2 1 6- 5 8 3.Caledonia AIA 5 2 1 2 6- 5 7 4.Harbour View 6 0 2 4 7-13 2 Final [Jun ?] Trinity Professionals bt Cornwall County Lions NB: Trinity Professionals won the title early June 1994.
Participants (as announced on May 17, 1995): Group 1 Hairoun Lions (Saint Vincent) Lambada (Barbados) Scarborough Young Pros (Tobago) Spice Nationals (Grenada) Group 2 Caledonia AIA (Trinidad) Georgetown Cobras (Guyana) Riverplate (Aruba) Trinity Professionals (Trinidad) Group 3 Boyo Stars (Haiti) Cornwall County Lions (Jamaica) Harbour View (Jamaica) Wadadli Deers (Antigua) The league was announced to start on August 13 with a match between Georgetown Cobras and Harbour View but that did not take place and the tournament was cancelled.
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