Brilliant free kick Importantly, both winners qualified for the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League as two of the three Caribbean slots allowed. The third spot will be filled by the winners of today’s third place playoff between Arnett Gardens and Don Bosco. In Friday’s opening game, W Connection grabbed the lead as early as the second minute when Alvin Jones scored with a brilliant free kick from just outside the box. Arnett Gardens missed a couple of chance to equalise and were made to pay for their wastefulness as Shahdon Winchester doubled W Connection’s lead on the stroke of half-time after being set up by Jamol Williams. The second half was fairly evenly contested but Arnett failed to find the two important goals to keep the semi-final alive. In the second game of the night, neither team could find the decisive goal in regular time, as they battled a heavy downpour, and the contest only came alive early in extra time. Central FC snatched the lead in the 93rd minute through Sean Silva’s free kick but his strike was cancelled out when Don Bosco earned a penalty and Kerlins Georges converted in the 104th minute. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC): Title-holders Central FC and last year’s losing finalists, W Connection, will clash again in today’s final of the Caribbean Football Union Club Championship, after posting contrasting wins in the semi-finals here Friday night. Playing at the Stade Sylvio Cator, W Connection blanked Jamaican club Arnett Gardens 2-0 in the opening game and Central FC ensured another all-Trinidadian final when they edged home side Don Bosco 4-2 in a dramatic penalty shoot-out after scores were locked 0-0 after regulation time and 1-1 after extra time.
Belgacom has struck a deal with on-demand music provider Deezer to offer unlimited access to over 13 million music tracks.Belgacom claims to be the first operator in Belgium to integrate unlimited music subscription to various of its Internet and mobile packs. The Deezer for Belgacom service will be launched in the next few weeks, with commercial terms announced at the time of launch.
Sony’s over-the-top TV service PlayStation Vue has launched as an app for Apple TV in the US.PS Vue is available now on fourth generation Apple TVs– the most recent version of the streaming box, which launched last year.Announcing the launch, Sony said that Apple TV was “one of the most highly requested devices by our fans”.“The PlayStation Vue experience on Apple TV will provide viewers with a better option to watch your favourite live TV programming, with unique streaming features such as cloud DVR, simultaneous streaming, and no long-term contract commitments,” said PlayStation Vue’s head of product, Dan Myers.New customers can sign up for one of several plan options – starting at US$29.99 per month – through the PlayStation Vue website and link their account to Apple TV without needing a PlayStation console.PlayStation Vue launched on Android TVs in the US late last month and Sony said that PC and Mac support would follow soon. In the summer it also went live on Roku streaming devices and Android smartphones and tablets.In terms of PlayStation Vue’s content offering, BBC America went live this month, however some 20 Viacom networks were pulled from the OTT service including Comedy Central, Spike, Nickelodeon and MTV.