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Saturday, 11 February 2017 22:07

TTFA Extends Condolences

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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has extended condolences to the family of Abiela Adams who was found murdered in Courland, Tobago.

Abiela was a member of the National Under 15 Women's team and was a bright prospect for the National Women's team programme. She was first selected to the National Under 15 Team last year and journeyed to the CONCACAF Under 15 Women's Championship at Disney, Orlando where she represented this country's national team.

TTFA President David John-Williams extended condolences to the family of Abiela. In a statement, he said "We are deeply saddened by the news of young Abiela's passing. Our deepest sympathies go out to her family and we pray that God will grant her family and her loved ones the much-needed comfort and peace during this time."

Williams added "The TTFA will make every effort to support the family in this difficult time. Her death comes at a time when women's football in our country is heading in the right direction. We are all shocked at losing a bright prospect like her."

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