List of TT Pro League hat-tricks

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Jonathan Faña scored a beaver-trick (four or more goals) for W Connection against Police in an 8–0 win on 4 September 2009

Since the inception of the Trinidadian football league competition, the TT Pro League, in 1999, more than 100 players have scored three goals (hat-trick) or more in a single match. The third player to achieve the feat was Vincentian Kendall Velox, who scored three times for Joe Public in an 8–1 victory over Point Fortin Civic.[1] Twelve players have scored more than three goals in a match (beaver-trick), of these, Titus Elva holds the Pro League record for most goals in a single match with nine.[2]

The fixture between W Connection and Tobago United at Ato Boldon Stadium in 2004 saw five hat-tricks during the match from Titus Elva (3), Dwayne Ellis, and Jose Luciano Viera for the Savonetta Boys.[2] In 2009, Defence Force's Richard Roy and Jabloteh's Noel Williams both scored beaver-tricks in a match that the San Juan Kings won 5–4.[3] Only six players, Jason Scotland, Anthony Wolfe, Keyon Edwards, Devorn Jorsling, Marcus Joseph, and Jerwyn Balthazar have scored hat-tricks in two consecutive league games.

Devorn Jorsling have scored three or more goals on nine occasions in the Pro League with four during the 2014–15 season — more than any other Pro League player in a season. Kerry Baptiste has the second most number of hat-tricks with eight, which is followed by Keyon Edwards and Anthony Wolfe with four hat-tricks each. In addition, Kerry Baptiste, Titus Elva, and Jerren Nixon have scored four or more goals twice in the Pro League. Two players have each scored hat-tricks for three different clubs: Peter Prospar (South Starworld Strikers, San Juan Jabloteh, and United Petrotrin) and Anthony Wolfe (San Juan Jabloteh, Ma Pau, and North East Stars).

During the 2009 season witnessed the most hat-tricks (16) than any other Pro League season from twelve different players. In addition, there were also five players that scored four or more goals in a match during the season.

Hat-tricks[edit]

Key
 #  Number of goals scored by player
dagger Player scored a hat-trick as a substitute
* Home team score is listed first in the result
Player Nationality For Against Result Date Ref(s)
Velox, KendallKendall Velox  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Joe Public* Point Fortin Civic
8–1
2 May 1999
[1]
Pierre, NigelNigel Pierre4  Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public* Police
5–1
30 April 2000
[4]
Manoel, José MariaJosé Maria Manoel  Brazil W Connection* Caledonia AIA
4–1
9 June 2000
[5]
Scotland, JasonJason Scotland  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* Caledonia AIA
3–1
6 September 2000
[6]
Scotland, JasonJason Scotland  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* Arima Fire
3–1
13 September 2000
[7]
Toussaint, DarrylDarryl Toussaint  Trinidad and Tobago Arima Fire North East Stars*
1–4
31 May 2002
[8]
Goodridge, AkuduAkudu Goodridge  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* North East Stars
4–0
8 June 2002
Legerton, AshfordAshford Legerton  Trinidad and Tobago Arima Fire* North East Stars
6–3
14 July 2002
Julien, SeanSean Julien  Trinidad and Tobago South Starworld Strikers Caledonia AIA*
0–7
11 August 2002
Harris, CareyCarey Harris  Guyana North East Stars* South Starworld Strikers
3–1
25 September 2002
Henderson-Suite, VladimirVladimir Henderson-Suite  Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public* South Starworld Strikers
4–2
29 September 2002
[9]
Matthews, OwenOwen Matthews  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* South Starworld Strikers
7–2
13 October 2002
Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh Defence Force*
1–9
21 May 2003
[10]
Jerome, RandolphRandolph Jerome  Guyana North East Stars Tobago United*
1–4
6 September 2003
[11]
Jerome, RandolphRandolph Jerome  Guyana North East Stars Tobago United*
2–9
29 October 2003
[12]
Nixon, JerrenJerren Nixon4  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars Tobago United*
2–9
29 October 2003
[12]
Whitley, AurtisAurtis Whitley4  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh* South West Drillers
8–0
19 April 2004
[13]
Jerome, RandolphRandolph Jerome  Guyana South Starworld Strikers* Tobago United
8–0
2 May 2004
[14]
Nixon, JerrenJerren Nixon4  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars* Tobago United
5–1
12 May 2004
[15]
Highley, GoreanGorean Highley  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection Tobago United*
1–3
22 July 2004
[16]
Nixon, JerrenJerren Nixon  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars* South Starworld Strikers
3–2
8 August 2004
[17]
Legerton, AshfordAshford Legerton  Trinidad and Tobago Arima Fire Tobago United*
0–6
1 September 2004
[18]
Borde, MarcMarc Borde4  Trinidad and Tobago South Starworld Strikers* Tobago United
13–1
18 September 2004
[19]
Prosper, PeterPeter Prosper  Trinidad and Tobago South Starworld Strikers Tobago United*
1–8
6 October 2004
[20]
Elva, TitusTitus Elva9  Saint Lucia W Connection* Tobago United
17–0
13 October 2004
[2]
Luciano Viera, JoseJose Luciano Viera  Brazil W Connection* Tobago United
17–0
13 October 2004
[2]
Ellis, DwayneDwayne Ellis  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection* Tobago United
17–0
13 October 2004
[2]
GeffersonGefferson  Brazil W Connection* North East Stars
4–0
7 April 2005
[21]
Johnson, JoshJosh Johnson  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh* United Petrotrin
4–1
26 April 2005
[22]
Toussaint, AndreAndre Toussaint  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection* Tobago United
7–0
30 April 2005
[23]
Noray, KerryKerry Noray  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh Defence Force*
0–7
13 June 2005
[24]
Viana, RonaldoRonaldo Viana  Brazil W Connection Defence Force*
1–3
4 October 2005
[25]
Joseph, BevilleBeville Joseph  Trinidad and Tobago United Petrotrin W Connection*
1–3
6 November 2005
[26]
Gonzales, PhanorPhanor Gonzales  Colombia Joe Public Tobago United*
1–7
2 May 2006
[27]
Toussaint, AndreAndre Toussaint  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection* Superstar Rangers
5–0
6 May 2006
[28]
Peters, JosephJoseph Peters  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars* Tobago United
5–0
3 June 2006
[29]
Wolfe, AnthonyAnthony Wolfe  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh Tobago United*
0–3
13 July 2006
[30]
Wolfe, AnthonyAnthony Wolfe  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh* Superstar Rangers
4–2
15 July 2006
[31]
Bartholomew, MatthewMatthew Bartholomew  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection* United Petrotrin
7–0
12 August 2006
[32]
Ford, OnekeOneke Ford4  Jamaica North East Stars* South Starworld Strikers
5–0
9 September 2006
[33]
Codrington, NigelNigel Codrington  Guyana Caledonia AIA Tobago United*
1–5
31 October 2006
[34]
Prosper, PeterPeter Prosper  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh* North East Stars
4–1
2 December 2006
[35]
Jagdeosingh, KendallKendall Jagdeosingh  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars* Tobago United
4–1
14 April 2007
[36]
McFarlane, ErrolErrol McFarlane  Trinidad and Tobago Superstar Rangers* Tobago United
5–0
17 April 2007
[37]
Byers, PeterPeter Byers  Antigua and Barbuda San Juan Jabloteh Tobago United*
1–5
3 July 2007
[38]
McFarlane, ErrolErrol McFarlane  Trinidad and Tobago Superstar Rangers Police*
3–4
8 July 2007
[39]
Prosper, PeterPeter Prosper  Trinidad and Tobago United Petrotrin Police*
0–5
10 July 2007
[40]
Legall, KayodeKayode Legall  Trinidad and Tobago Tobago United* Police
6–2
31 July 2007
[41]
Tinto, HaydenHayden Tinto  Trinidad and Tobago Caledonia AIA Tobago United*
1–7
30 October 2007
[39]
Belgrave, JosimarJosimar Belgrave4  Trinidad and Tobago St. Ann's Rangers Tobago United*
1–5
3 May 2008
[42]
Cooper, SeanSean Cooper  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars Ma Pau*
1–4
23 September 2008
[43]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force Tobago United*
0–10
23 October 2008
[44]
Nelson, RoenRoen Nelson  Jamaica Joe Public* St. Ann's Rangers
6–0
6 November 2008
[45]
Nelson, RoenRoen Nelson  Jamaica Joe Public Ma Pau*
0–4
11 November 2008
[46]
Velox, KendallKendall Velox  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Caledonia AIA Police*
2–6
23 May 2009
[47]
Edwards, KeyonKeyon Edwards  Trinidad and Tobago Caledonia AIA St. Ann's Rangers*
0–6
16 June 2009
[48]
Edwards, KeyonKeyon Edwards  Trinidad and Tobago Caledonia AIA* Tobago United
5–3
23 June 2009
[48]
Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste5  Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public St. Ann's Rangers*
3–5
21 July 2009
[48]
Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste  Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public Defence Force*
4–3
4 August 2009
[48]
Wolfe, AnthonyAnthony Wolfe  Trinidad and Tobago Ma Pau* Caledonia AIA
4–2
14 August 2009
[49]
Whitley, AurtisAurtis Whitley  Trinidad and Tobago United Petrotrin St. Ann's Rangers*
1–4
22 August 2009
[50]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force Police*
1–5
22 August 2009
[51]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force St. Ann's Rangers*
2–3
28 August 2009
[52]
Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste4  Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public Police*
0–7
29 August 2009
[53]
Smith, ConradConrad Smith  Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public Police*
0–7
29 August 2009
[53]
Pacheco, AndreiAndrei Pacheco  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection United Petrotrin*
2–5
29 August 2009
[48]
Faña, JonathanJonathan Faña4  Dominican Republic W Connection* Police
8–0
4 September 2009
[54]
Bangura, AlusineAlusine Bangura  Sierra Leone W Connection* Police
8–0
4 September 2009
[54]
Roy, RichardRichard Roy4  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force San Juan Jabloteh*
5–4
15 October 2009
[48]
Williams, NoelNoel Williams4  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh* Defence Force
5–4
15 October 2009
[3]
Armstrong, OdelleOdelle Armstrong  Trinidad and Tobago St. Ann's Rangers Police*
2–5
29 May 2010
[55]
Wolfe, AnthonyAnthony Wolfe  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars* Police
6–3
7 December 2010
[56]
Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste  Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public* San Juan Jabloteh
3–1
7 December 2010
[57]
Roy, RichardRichard Roy  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force St. Ann's Rangers*
1–3
31 January 2012
[58]
Mills, VurlonVurlon Mills  Guyana T&TEC Police*
1–6
27 March 2012
[59]
Bass, BevonBevon Bass  Trinidad and Tobago T&TEC* St. Ann's Rangers
3–2
20 October 2012
[60]
Belgrave, JosimarJosimar Belgrave  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* North East Stars
3–3
20 October 2012
[61]
Guerra, AtaullahAtaullah Guerra  Trinidad and Tobago Caledonia AIA T&TEC*
0–6
3 November 2012
[62]
Edwards, KeyonKeyon Edwards  Trinidad and Tobago Caledonia AIA Police*
1–5
9 November 2012
[63]
Carter, KevonKevon Carter  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* St. Ann's Rangers 8–0 4 January 2013
[64]
Winchester, ShahdonShahdon Winchester  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection Central FC* 0–3 5 January 2013
[65]
Glen, CornellCornell Glen  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars* T&TEC 3–1 15 February 2013
[66]
Jones, JoevinJoevin Jones  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection Police* 2–5 22 February 2013
[67]
Lee, MarvinMarvin Lee  Trinidad and Tobago St. Ann's Rangers Police* 3–3 27 February 2013
[68]
Byers, PeterPeter Byers4  Antigua and Barbuda Central FC* T&TEC 5–0 16 March 2013
[69]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* Central FC 3–0 5 April 2013
[70]
Benjamin, NeilNeil Benjamin  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection* Defence Force 4–0 6 May 2013
[71]
Pacheco, AndreiAndrei Pacheco  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection Police* 0–5 10 May 2013
[72]
Frederick, KurtKurt Frederick  Saint Lucia W Connection St. Ann's Rangers*
0–7
14 September 2013
[73]
McFee, ClevonClevon McFee  Trinidad and Tobago St. Ann's Rangers San Juan Jabloteh*
6–5
20 September 2013
[74]
Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh* St. Ann's Rangers
6–5
20 September 2013
[75]
Caesar, TrevinTrevin Caesar  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars Defence Force*
1–3
8 October 2013
[76]
Winchester, RundellRundell Winchester  Trinidad and Tobago Central FC* Point Fortin Civic
3–0
22 October 2013
[77]
Edwards, KeyonKeyon Edwards  Trinidad and Tobago Caledonia AIA St. Ann's Rangers*
1–6
1 November 2013
[78]
Joseph, MarcusMarcus Joseph  Trinidad and Tobago Point Fortin Civic* Police
5–0
18 January 2014
[79]
Joseph, MarcusMarcus Joseph  Trinidad and Tobago Point Fortin Civic St. Ann's Rangers*
0–3
21 January 2014
[80]
Plaza, WillisWillis Plaza  Trinidad and Tobago Central FC* St. Ann's Rangers
6–0
21 February 2014
[81]
Apai, DimitrieDimitrie Apai  Suriname W Connection* Police
6–1
8 April 2014
[82]
Plaza, WillisWillis Plaza  Trinidad and Tobago Central FC* Caledonia AIA
5–1
8 April 2014
[83]
Belgrave, JosimarJosimar Belgrave  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* Caledonia AIA
4–0
25 April 2014
[84]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* Police
4–2
4 October 2014
[85]
Schultz, PernellPernell Schultz  Guyana Caledonia AIA Defence Force*
1–3
4 November 2014
[85]
Joseph, MarcusMarcus Joseph  Trinidad and Tobago Point Fortin Civic* Caledonia AIA
6–2
16 January 2015
[85]
Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh St. Ann's Rangers*
0–5
23 January 2015
[85]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force St. Ann's Rangers*
0–7
27 February 2015
[85]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* Caledonia AIA
4–0
17 March 2015
[85]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* Point Fortin Civic
4–2
12 April 2015
[85]
Williams, JomalJomal Williams  Trinidad and Tobago W Connection* St. Ann's Rangers
5–0
12 December 2015
[86]
Gay, JamalJamal Gay  Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh Club Sando*
0–6
15 December 2015
[87]
Lewis, MakesiMakesi Lewis  Trinidad and Tobago Police St. Ann's Rangers*
1–6
16 December 2015
[88]
Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* North East Stars
6–1
19 December 2015
[89]
Balthazar, JerwynJerwyn Balthazar  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* Morvant Caledonia United
8–0
9 January 2016
[90]
Marcano, JasonJason Marcano  Trinidad and Tobago Central FC* Point Fortin Civic
7–0
15 January 2016
[91]
Balthazar, JerwynJerwyn Balthazar4  Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force* St. Ann's Rangers
4–0
15 January 2016
[92]
Freitas, KareemKareem Freitas  Trinidad and Tobago Police* Morvant Caledonia United
5–0
19 January 2016
[93]
Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste  Trinidad and Tobago North East Stars* Police
5–2
6 March 2016
[94]

Multiple hat-tricks[edit]

The following table lists the minimum number of hat-tricks scored by players who have scored two or more hat-tricks. The table also features the minimum number of beaver-tricks, four or more goals scored in a match, by each player listed with multiple hat-tricks.

Rank Player Hat-tricks Last hat-trick Beaver-tricks Last beaver-trick
1
Trinidad and Tobago Jorsling, DevornDevorn Jorsling
9
19 December 2015
0
2
Trinidad and Tobago Baptiste, KerryKerry Baptiste
8
6 March 2016
2
29 August 2009
3
Trinidad and Tobago Edwards, KeyonKeyon Edwards
4
1 November 2013
0
Trinidad and Tobago Joseph, MarcusMarcus Joseph
4
16 January 2015
0
Trinidad and Tobago Wolfe, AnthonyAnthony Wolfe
4
7 December 2010
0
6
Trinidad and Tobago Belgrave, JosimarJosimar Belgrave
3
25 April 2014
1
3 May 2008
Guyana Jerome, RandolphRandolph Jerome
3
2 May 2004
0
Trinidad and Tobago Nixon, JerrenJerren Nixon
3
8 August 2004
2
12 May 2004
Trinidad and Tobago Prosper, PeterPeter Prosper
3
10 July 2007
0
10
Trinidad and Tobago Balthazar, JerwynJerwyn Balthazar
2
15 January 2016
1
15 January 2016
Antigua and Barbuda Byers, PeterPeter Byers
2
16 March 2013
1
16 March 2013
Trinidad and Tobago Legerton, AshfordAshford Legerton
2
1 September 2004
0
Trinidad and Tobago McFarlane, ErrolErrol McFarlane
2
8 July 2007
0
Jamaica Nelson, RoenRoen Nelson
2
11 November 2008
0
Trinidad and Tobago Pacheco, AndreiAndrei Pacheco
2
10 May 2013
0
Trinidad and Tobago Plaza, WillisWillis Plaza
2
8 April 2015
0
Trinidad and Tobago Roy, RichardRichard Roy
2
31 January 2012
1
15 October 2009
Trinidad and Tobago Scotland, JasonJason Scotland
2
13 September 2000
0
Trinidad and Tobago Toussaint, AndreAndre Toussaint
2
6 May 2006
0
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Velox, KendallKendall Velox
2
23 May 2009
0
Trinidad and Tobago Whitley, AurtisAurtis Whitley
2
22 August 2009
1
19 April 2004

Hat-tricks by club[edit]

Rank Club Total
1
Defence Force 20
W Connection 20
3
North East Stars 14
4
San Juan Jabloteh 12
5
Joe Public 11
6
Morvant Caledonia United 9
7
St. Ann's Rangers 6
8
Central FC 4
South Starworld Strikers 4
10
Arima Fire 3
Point Fortin Civic 3
United Petrotrin 3
13
Police
2
T&TEC 2
15
Ma Pau 1
Tobago United 1
Total 115

Hat-tricks by nationality[edit]

Rank Country Total
1
 Trinidad and Tobago 91
2
 Guyana 7
3
 Brazil 4
4
 Jamaica 3
5
 Antigua and Barbuda 2
 Saint Lucia 2
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2
8
 Colombia 1
 Dominican Republic 1
 Sierra Leone 1
 Suriname 1
Total 115

See also[edit]

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