NB: all matches at Cultuurtuin in Paramaribo; originally a double round robin was to be played with all three teams playing four matches, but after the first two losses of Demerara (now better known as British Guyana) the tournament continued as a prolonged playoff for first place between Surinam and Trinidad. [Jan 4] Surinam 8-0 Demerara [HT: 4-0] [Nelom 1-0, 4-0, 5-0, Henny Landkoer (sr.) 2-0, 3-0, 6-0, Hugo Landkoer 7-0, 8-0] [Jan 5] Trinidad 3-0 Demerara [HT: 0-0] [Lovell (og) 1-0, Sutherland 2-0, 3-0] [TRI: Ambard; Feuck, Rignault; Wilkinson (cap.), Henderson, Wilkes; Alkins, Sutherland, Alkins, Chambers, Daniels; DEM: Paddenburg; McLoed, Lovell; Young, Weekles, Gonsalves; Greene, Olkon, Moore, Martins, Clark] [Jan 6] Surinam 1-1 Trinidad [HT: 1-1] [Hugo Landkoer 1-0, Henderson 1-1] [SUR: Casper; Monkou (cap), Rĳzenburg; Monkou jr., Wĳdenbosch, Goedhart; Gouvernante, Nelom, Landkoer sr., Landkoer jr., Naloop; TRI: Ambard; Remy, Rignault; Wilkes, Henderson, Wilkinson (cap.); Alkins, Sutherland, Alkins, Barnett, Daniels] [Jan 8] Surinam 3-3 Trinidad [HT: 1-2] [N.N. 0-1, Daniels 0-2, Henny Landkoer (sr.) 1-2, Nelom 2-2, Monkou jr. (og) 2-3, Ch. Naloop 3-3] [SUR: Naloop; Monkou (cap), Rĳzenburg; Monkou jr., Wĳdenbosch, Brakke jr.; Gouvernante, Nelom, Landkoer sr., Landkoer jr., Charles Naloop] [Jan 9] Surinam 2-2 Trinidad [HT: 1-0] [Nahar 1-0, Holband (og) 1-1, Nahar 2-1, N.N. 2-2] NB: after the above three draws, Trinidad were declared winners of the tournament and awarded the cup. On their trip back, Trinidad played an additional friendly in Demerara. [Jan 11, Georgetown] Demerara 2-3 Trinidad
Source: newspapers Suriname, De Ware Tĳd
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