CCCF Championship 1960 (La Habana, Cuba, Feb 14-29)

All matches were played at the Gran Stadium Cerveza Tropical.

14- 2-60 Costa Rica      1-1 Dutch Antilles
           [Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez 3' / Carlos Regales 25']
           [Costa Rica: Carlos Alvarado; Geovanny Rodríguez, Mario 'Catato' Cordero (José Luis 'Vivó' Quesada 35'),
                        Álvaro Grant McDonald; Marvin Rodríguez [c], Édgar Quesada; Guillermo Valenciano,
                        Rigoberto 'Feo' Rojas, Jorge 'Cuty' Monge, Carlos 'Cuca' Herrera, Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez.]
           [D.Antilles: Paul 'Puppy' Díaz; Edgar Vos, José La Rosa [c], Nathaniel Andrews; Hubert 'Ibi' Jansen,
                        José Andrés Boyé; Carlos Regales, Jossy Bibiana, Edwin Dirksz, Julio 'Juchi' Jansen,
                        Damasio Werleman.]
           [Referee: Ramiro García (Mexico).]
           [Attendance: 8000]
           [Notes: The Dutch Antilles goal-scorer is also reported as Edwin Dirksz.
                   In this opening match the kickoff was taken by Prime Minister Dr Fidel Castro.]

15- 2-60 Suriname        2-0 Cuba
           [August Foe A Man 25' 79']
           [Suriname: John 'Jopie' Hekbert; Ronald Breinburg, Humbert Boerleider; August Wooter,
                      Armand Sahadewsingh, Leo Schipper; Leo Marcet, August Foe A Man, Gerrit Niekoop,
                      Jules Lagadeau, Harold Chyrill.]
           [Cuba: Julio Blanco; Ramón Álvarez, Ramón Peñalver, Federico García; Juvenal Reyes
                  (Antonio Fernández 46'), Conrado Paz; Bernardo Gascón, Vicente García, Manuel Bobadilla,
                  Ángel 'Nini' Piedra, Zenaldo García.]
           [Referee: Alfredo Penman (Honduras).]
           [Note: one source reports that Dolf Poerwo played instead of August Wooter.]

17- 2-60 Costa Rica      3-1 Suriname
           [Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez 15', Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo 39', Juan José Gámez 74' / August Wooter 44']
           [Costa Rica: Carlos Alvarado (Hernán Alvarado 46'); Geovanny Rodríguez, José Luis 'Vivó' Quesada,
                        Álvaro Grant McDonald; Marvin Rodríguez, Édgar Quesada; Guillermo Valenciano
                        (Juan José Gámez 37'), Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo, Juan Ulloa, Carlos 'Cuca' Herrera,
                        Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez.] 
           [Suriname: John 'Jopie' Hekbert (Harry Blijd 40'); Ronald Breinburg, Humbert Boerleider;
                      August Wooter, Armand Sahadewsingh, Leo Schipper; Leo Marcet, August Foe A Man,
                      Gerrit Niekoop, Jules Lagadeau, Harold Chyrill.]
           [Sent off: Jules Lagadeau ~70', Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez 75']
           [Referee: Ramiro García (Mexico).]
           [Note: Suriname's goal-scorer also reported as Gerrit Niekoop.]

19- 2-60 Dutch Antilles  3-3 Honduras
           [Jossy Bibiana 4' 88', Edwin Dirksz 15' / Reynaldo Zelaya 43', Ronald Leaky 49', Felipe 'Príncipe' Barahona 90']
           [Dutch Antilles: Paul 'Puppy' Díaz; Edgar Vos, José La Rosa, Nathaniel Andrews; Hubert 'Ibi' Jansen,
                            José Andrés Boyé; Carlos Regales, Jossy Bibiana, Edwin Dirksz, Julio 'Juchi' Jansen,
                            Damasio Werleman.]
           [Honduras: Efraín 'Gato' Salinas; Roy Padilla, Wilfredo García, Jorge Alberto 'Furia' Solís;
                      Felipe 'Príncipe' Barahona, Carlos 'Rolin' Castillo; Rodolfo Ramírez 'Popo' Godoy,
                      Reynaldo Zelaya, Ronald Leaky, Melvin 'Cacabancha' Prince, Joe Grant.]
           [Referee: Ramiro García (Mexico).]
           [Note: The first Honduran goal-scorer was also reported as 'Popo' Godoy, the second as Grant,
                  and the third as Grant, Padilla, or García.  The second Dutch Antilles scorer was also reported
                  as Regales, and the third as Werleman or Dirksz.]

21- 2-60 Honduras        1-1 Suriname
           [Melvin 'Cacabancha' Prince 48' / Leo Kamsoe 60']
           [Honduras: José 'Chepe' León Najarro; Roy Padilla, Wilfredo García, Jorge Alberto 'Furia' Solís;
                      Abraham Pavón, Felipe 'Príncipe' Barahona; Rodolfo Ramírez 'Popo' Godoy (Carlos Avilés),
                      Reynaldo Zelaya, Ronald Leaky, Carlos 'Rolin' Castillo (Melvin 'Cacabancha' Prince 46'),
                      Joe Grant.]
           [Suriname: John 'Jopie' Hekbert; Ronald Breinburg, Humbert Boerleider; August Wooter,
                      Armand Sahadewsingh, Leo Schipper; Leo Marcet (L. Beek 46'), August Foe A Man,
                      Leo Kamsoe, Jules Lagadeau, Harold Chyrill.]

21- 2-60 Costa Rica      5-0 Cuba
           [Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo 9' pen 46', Juan José Gámez 48', Óscar 'Cuico' Bejarano 77', Juan Ulloa 89']
           [Costa Rica: Hernán Alvarado; Geovanny Rodríguez, José Luis 'Vivó' Quesada, Alex Sánchez;
                        Marvin Rodríguez [c], Édgar Quesada (Miguel 'Miguelito' Cortés); Juan José Gámez,
                        Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo, Jorge 'Cuty' Monge (Juan Ulloa), Carlos 'Cuca' Herrera,
                        Óscar 'Cuico' Bejarano.]
           [Cuba: Jorge Pérez Castañeda (Jorge 'Poppy' Solís); Agustín Valdes, Ramón Peñalver, Ramón Álvarez
                  (Antonio Fernández); Juvenal Reyes, Federico García; Jesús 'Xiato' Valdes, Vicente García,
                  Manuel Bobadilla [c], Ángel 'Nini' Piedra, ?. Miranda.]
           [Referee: Francisco Figaroa (Aruba).]
           [Attendance: 10000]
           [Note: The fourth scorer is also given as Juan Ulloa.]

23- 2-60 Dutch Antilles  4-3 Cuba
           [Jossy Bibiana 10' 70', Edgar Vos 16', José La Rosa 44' / Manuel Bobadilla 53', Vicente García 54' 83']
           [Dutch Antilles: Rafael 'Feki' Caster (Paul 'Puppy' Díaz 53'); Edgar Vos, José La Rosa, Nathaniel Andrews;
                            Hubert 'Ibi' Jansen, José Andrés Boyé; Carlos Regales, Juan Kock, Jossy Bibiana,
                            Julio 'Juchi' Jansen, Damasio Werleman.]
           [Cuba: Julio Blanco (Jorge 'Poppy' Solís 46'); Agustín Valdes, Ramón Peñalver, Juvenal Reyes;
                  Federico García, Celedonio Basanta; P.Álvarez, Vicente García, Jesús 'Xiato' Valdes,
                  Manuel Bobadilla, ?. Miranda.]
           [Referee: Alfredo Penman (Honduras).]
           [Notes: it is not clear whether "P.Álvarez" is the same player as Ramón Álvarez. It is possible 
                   that Jorge 'Olgui' Valdes played instead of Jesús 'Xiato' Valdes. One source reports
                   that Vicente García scored all three Cuban goals.] 

25- 2-60 Costa Rica      1-1 Honduras
           [Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo 76' / René Reyes 'Reno' Rodríguez 18']
           [Costa Rica: Hernán Alvarado; Geovanny Rodríguez, Mario 'Catato' Cordero, Álvaro Grant McDonald;
                        Miguel 'Miguelito' Cortés, Marvin Rodríguez; Juan José Gámez, Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo,
                        Juan Ulloa, Carlos 'Cuca' Herrera (Guillermo 'Camarón' Padilla (Édgar Quesada)),
                        Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez.]
           [Honduras: José 'Chepe' León Najarro (Efraín 'Gato' Salinas 63'); Roberto Güity, Wilfredo García,
                      Jorge Alberto 'Furia' Solís; Abraham Pavón, Felipe 'Príncipe' Barahona; Joe Grant
                      (Rodolfo Ramírez 'Popo' Godoy), Carlos 'Rolin' Castillo, René Reyes 'Reno' Rodríguez,
                      Ronald Leaky, Carlos 'Leke' Meza.]

27- 2-60 Dutch Antilles  1-0 Suriname
           [Carlos Regales 79']
           [Dutch Antilles: Paul 'Puppy' Díaz; Andresito 'Chito' Croes, José La Rosa, Nathaniel Andrews;
                            Edgar Vos, Juan Kock; Carlos Regales, Jossy Bibiana, Ocando Wernet,
                            Edwin Dirksz, Julio 'Juchi' Jansen.]
           [Suriname: John 'Jopie' Hekbert; Ronald Breinburg, Humbert Boerleider; August Wooter,
                      Armand Sahadewsingh, Leo Schipper; August Foe A Man, Gerrit Niekoop, Leo Kamsoe,
                      Jules Lagadeau, L. Beek.]
           [Referee: Alfredo Penman (Honduras).]
           [Notes: The match was interrupted for 15 minutes after the goal due to fighting between players
                   of both teams and the subsequent intervention of the Cuban police. One source reports
                   that Damasio Werleman played instead of Wernet.]

27- 2-60 Honduras        1-2 Cuba
           [Ronald Leaky 40' / Vicente García 16', Jorge 'Olgui' Valdes 44']
           [Honduras: Mariano Aguiluz; Marco Antonio 'Tigrillo' Rosales, Roy Padilla (Roberto Güity),
                      Jorge Alberto 'Furia' Solís; Abraham Pavón (Carlos 'Rolin' Castillo), Rodney Velásquez;
                      Carlos Avilés, Ronald Leaky, René Reyes 'Reno' Rodríguez, Cristóbal 'Pipo' Sarmiento,
                      Carlos 'Leke' Meza.]
           [Cuba: Jorge Pérez Castañeda (Jorge 'Poppy' Solís); Agustín Valdes, Ramón Peñalver, Juvenal Reyes;
                  Federico García, Celedonio Basanta; Jesús 'Xiato' Valdes, Vicente García, Jorge 'Olgui' Valdes,
                  Manuel Bobadilla, Antonio Fernández.]
           [Note: one source reported that 'Olgui' scored both Cuban goals.]

 1.COSTA RICA      4  2  2  0  10- 3  6  [playoff]
 2.DUTCH ANTILLES  4  2  2  0   9- 7  6  [playoff]
 3.Honduras        4  0  3  1   6- 7  3
 4.Suriname        4  1  1  2   4- 5  3
 5.Cuba            4  1  0  3   5-12  2

Notes: Haiti withdrew a day before the tournament began, after the fixtures had already been announced.
       Guatemala (due to internal difficulties) and El Salvador had withdrawn earlier.

Championship Playoff
29- 2-60 Costa Rica      4-0 Dutch Antilles
           [Juan Ulloa 40' 79', Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo 53' pen, Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez 59']
           [Costa Rica: Hernán Alvarado; Geovanny Rodríguez, José Luis 'Vivó' Quesada, Alex Sánchez;
                        Marvin Rodríguez [c], Constantino 'Tulio' Quirós; Óscar 'Cuico' Bejarano,
                        Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo, Juan Ulloa, Édgar Quesada, Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez.] 
           [Dutch Antilles: Paul 'Puppy' Díaz; Andresito 'Chito' Croes, José La Rosa, Nathaniel Andrews;
                            Hubert 'Ibi' Jansen, Edgar Vos; Carlos Regales, Jossy Bibiana, Edwin Dirksz [c],
                            Julio 'Juchi' Jansen, Damasio Werleman.]
           [Referee: Ramiro García (Mexico).]
           [Note: before this playoff match the organizing committee announced that, in the event of a draw,
                  30 minutes extra time would be played, and if the result was still undecided then Costa Rica
                  would be declared champions on overall goal average.]


Top scorer: Alberto 'Gallego' Armijo, Costa Rica, 5 goals


Costa Rica squad:
 Leader: Rafael Ángel Cardona
 Delegate: Ernesto Montealegre
 Coach: Ruben Amorín (Uruguay)
 Assistant: Guillermo Flores
 Physio: Prof. Rodrigo Leiva
 Masseur: Ismael Quesada
 Referee: Alfonso Benavides
 Players: Hernán Alvarado (GK), Carlos Alvarado (GK), Felipe Induni (GK), Geovanny Rodríguez, Álvaro Chaves,
          Mario 'Catato' Cordero, José Luis 'Vivó' Quesada, Álvaro Grant McDonald, Alex Sánchez,
          Marvin Rodríguez, Constantino 'Tulio' Quirós, Miguel 'Miguelito' Cortés, Édgar Quesada, Juan José Gámez,
          Guillermo Valenciano, Rigoberto 'Feo' Rojas, Alberto (Beto) 'Gallego' Armijo, Juan Ulloa,
          Jorge 'Cuty' Monge, Carlos 'Cuca' Herrera, Guillermo 'Camarón' Padilla, Rubén 'Rata' Jiménez,
          Óscar 'Cuico' Bejarano.

Cuba squad (possibly incomplete):
 Coach:
 Players: Julio 'Julito' Blanco (GK), Jorge Pérez Castañeda (GK), Jorge 'Poppy' Solís (GK), Ramón Álvarez,
          Ramón Peñalver, Agustín Valdes, Federico García, Juvenal Reyes, Antonio (Tony) Fernández,
          Conrado Paz, Bernardo Gascón, Celedonio Basanta, Vicente García, Manuel Bobadilla,
          Ángel 'Nini' Piedra, Zenaldo García, Jorge 'Olgui' Valdes, Jesús 'Xiato' Valdes, ?. Miranda.

Dutch Antilles squad:
 Delegates: H.Weber, F.Figaroa
 Coach:
 Players from Aruba: Paul 'Puppy' Díaz (GK), Hubert 'Jubi' Richardson (GK), Rafael 'Feki' Caster (GK),
                     José Andrés Boyé, Juan Kock, Edgar Vos, Nathaniel Andrews, José La Rosa,
                     Andresito 'Chito' Croes, C. 'Shon Ne' Wiersma, ?. Eckmeyer, Damasio (Dama) Werleman,
                     Edwin Dirksz, Julio 'Juchi' Jansen, Benny Brete, Ocando (Candi) Wernet.
 Players from Curaçao: Hubert 'Ibi' Jansen, Jossy Bibiana, Carlos Regales.
Note: due to limited preparation time, and in order to minimize expenditure, the N.A.V.U. (Nederlands Antilliaanse
      Voetbal Unie / Dutch Antilles Football Union) decided to appoint either Aruba or Curaçao to represent the
      Dutch Antilles in this tournament rather than select a combined Antilles team from both islands. The choice
      between Aruba or Curaçao was made by drawing lots, which Aruba won; the Aruban squad was, however, reinforced
      for the tournament with three players from Curaçao.

Honduras squad:
 Coach: 
 Players: Efraín 'Gato' Salinas (GK), José 'Chepe' León Najarro (GK), Mariano Aguiluz (GK), Joaquín 'Quicho' Padilla,
          Marco Antonio 'Tigrillo' Rosales, Wilfredo (Wil) García, Roy Padilla, Jorge Alberto 'Furia' Solís,
          Roberto Güity, Felipe 'Príncipe' Barahona, Abraham Pavón, Rodney Velásquez, Carlos 'Rolin' Castillo,
          Cristóbal 'Pipo' Sarmiento, Rodolfo Ramírez 'Popo' Godoy, Joe Grant, Carlos 'Leke' Meza,
          Melvin 'Cacabancha' Prince, Ronald Leaky, Carlos Avilés, Alfonso (Foncho) Uclés, Ernesto 'Culuco' Rodríguez,
          René Reyes 'Reno' Rodríguez, Reynaldo (Rey) Zelaya.

Suriname squad:
 Officials: Fernand de Rooy, A.Veira, J.Helling, J.White.
 Coaches: André Kamperveen, Rufus 'Vossie' Belgrave
 Players: John 'Jopie' Hekbert (GK), Harry Blijd (GK), Ronald Breinburg, August Wooter, Dolf Poerwo, Humbert Boerleider,
          René Maatstaf, Leo Marcet, August Foe A Man, Gerrit Niekoop, Jules Lagadeau, Harold Chyrill,
          Armand Sahadewsingh, Leo Schipper, Leo Kamsoe, L. Beek.


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About this document

Sources included: "Diario de la Marina" (Cuba), "La Nación" (Costa Rica), "Amigoe" (Curaçao), "Het Nieuws" (Suriname), "El Informador" (Guadalajara), "La Prensa" (Honduras).

Thanks to Mark 'Sensini' Sensen, and to Macario Reyes for an earlier version of this file.

Prepared and maintained by Ken Knight and Neil Morrison for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: Ken Knight and Neil Morrison
Last updated: 4 Jul 2013

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