September 24, 2018, 11:12:35 PM

Author Topic: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.  (Read 999 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« on: May 11, 2018, 01:36:53 AM »
Relegated Shiva Boys eye SSFL return.
By Walter Alibey (Guardian).


Shiva Boys Hindu College, the 2017 Coca-Cola InterCol champions could be returned to the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) this season and may even have the chance to defend its title.

The Penal-based school was relegated for the illegal use of players Kierron Mason and Matthew Beal last season, but its demotion is set to be challenge on the basis that the League violated its own constitution and unfairly punished the school by deducting 10 points that resulted in its relegation.

Naparima College lodged an appeal against Shiva Boys for the use of Mason on September 8, after the midfielder was found to have played on September 2 for Marabella Family Crisis Centre in the T&T Super League, which was well outside the SSFL’s cut-off date of August 31. The SSFL constitution states that appeals are to be made within 72 hours, and thereby Naps, which appealed two days after the game, had won the appeal.

However, Fatima College and QRC later lodged appeals against the same player nine days after and won. Shiva manager Sheldon Maharaj said his school did not attend a meeting of the appeals committee, knowing that the appeals by the North schools were against the constitution. Shiva also did not challenge the decision of the appeals committee. Yesterday, president of the SSFL Williams Wallace said the matter is set to face arbitration over the next week or so after it was raised at last week’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Mucurapo East Secondary School. “I don’t know how arbitration will rule, they may well rule in favour of Shiva Boys and put them back in the League , I don’t know,” Wallace said .

Shiva Boys matter did not go to the Appeals Committee last year, and they may now fancy their chances in front an arbitration panel being led by Tyrone Marcus, the legal representative for the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs. Wallace said the League faced a few problems in the past, one in which its constitution specified that the Appeals Committee was the final channel to deal with issues of appeals.

If this is the case, however, then there’s unlikely to be a need for arbitration. Wallace said in the past the League used the expertise of the arbitration panel, before being told by Marcus and company, that there was no need for their services. However, the League will continue to use arbitration.

Wallace said until it receives legal advice to do otherwise.

Last year the Board of the SSFL took a decision to seek amendments to its constitution on legal issues to improve the management of its tournament, as Wallace made it clear he wants to focus on running a good league competition and allow the legal personnel to deal with matters of that nature.

Yesterday, Maharaj confirmed that documents of his school’s concerns were already submitted to the SSFL to be transferred to the arbitration panel.

Meanwhile, another proposal made at the AGM was for young school players to cease their involvement with any other club team, from the day they played their first match for their school.

Discussions on this will continue, Wallace said.

RELATED NEWS

The ‘Shiva ruling’: SSFL changes rule for students in club competitions; Elie takes over at Trinity Moka
By Lasana Liburd *Wired868).


The Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) has amended its ruling on players involved in club competitions—in a move meant to avoid a repeat of the Shiva Boys’ Hindu College fiasco which took place in 2017.

Shiva Boys, who won the 2016 Premier Division title, were relegated from the SSFL last season after utility player Kierron Mason and left-back Matthew Beal were discovered to have represented club teams after the cut-off date of 31 August.

Mason, a former National Under-20 player, represented the Marabella Family Crisis Centre in the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) on 2 September while Beal turned out for Siparia Angels in the Southern Football Association (SFA) competition on the same day.

And, although neither player represented their clubs again that season, the late identification of the rule violation meant Shiva Boys were docked points for 10 of their 14 league games—and subsequently plunged from title hopefuls to table proppers.

The situation will not be repeated since, at Saturday’s AGM, the SSFL agreed to give players a clean slate whenever they play their first school match.

“What we have done is,” SSFL president William Wallace told Wired868, “instead of having the cut-off date of 31 August, once the student plays his first game in the SSFL, his registration [with any other competition] would be nullified.

“So, instead of going with the cut-off date, we decided that, if a student decides late to come in to the schools league, we are not going to stop that student.”

The SSFL ruling amends Article 16 (4) (a) of its Constitution which stated that: “A player, who having been registered and/or is playing with the TTFA or with another League or Association affiliated to the TTFA after 31st August of the current year, shall not be eligible to be registered as a player for their school unless they meet the criteria of the Credentials Committee.”

The implementation of Article 16 last season led to one of the most controversial episodes in the history of the Premier Division, as Shiva Boys were relegated after an inadvertent technicality.

Neither Mason nor Beal played in any external competition during the season and both would have been cleared to play in the SSFL if the school had applied promptly for their clearance. However, Shiva Boys Principal Dexter Sakal and team manager Sheldon Maharaj missed it and, when the complaint about the players came in, they were forced to pay the ultimate price.

For 2018, schools can breathe a bit easier on that score. Further, the SSFL’s amendment means that students who might have been discovered late by their school coaches or transferred in will no longer be ineligible merely because they represented their clubs after 31 August.

Wallace explained that, even if a student played in a TTFA-affiliated competition for all of September and October, he will still be able to play in the SSFL—on condition that he not represent his club for the remainder of the season.

Should the player return to represent his club, he will be deemed ineligible to play any more SSFL games that season. And, if he does anyway, the school will be docked points for any SSFL matches in which the player features after that point.

In other SSFL news, former Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Under-17 coach and TTFA FA Trophy winner Ken Elie has rejoined the schoolboys league after a six-year hiatus.

Elie, a Defence Force Warrant Officer Class 1, has already started work at Trinity College Moka, where he succeeds former head coach Marlon Minguel. Minguel, who led Moka to the North Zone Intercol title in 2016, was fired earlier this year.

The new coach hopes to build on Minguel’s solid work and is aiming for a top three finish for the school which barely avoided relegation last year.

“I realise there is some work to do but I am not afraid to work and I will give it my best,” said Elie, whose last school job was at Belmont Secondary in 2012. “I told them I envisioned a spot in the top three and that is what we are aiming for. […] I think it is achievable, given their last two years.

“I did my report in April and I indicated to the principal [Carl Tang] and manager [Shawn Lindsay] that what they have going for them is the guys are very disciplined. I can do wonders with a team like that and with that kind of personality.”

Presentation College (San Fernando) are the current SSFL Premier Division champions while Shiva Boys won last season’s Coca-Cola National Intercol title.

« Last Edit: May 11, 2018, 01:42:47 AM by Flex »
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2018, 01:44:23 AM »
Fresh SSFL registration drama: “Caps” set to be docked points but likely to avoid relegation.
By Lasana Liburd (Wired868).


Carapichaima East Secondary look set to lose points for flouting registration rules during their 2017 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division campaign. However, they are expected to survive relegation, in a final twist to the controversial season.

“Caps” are facing a probe into the registration of seven of their players—after an inquiry by Shiva Boys Hindu College. However, an SSFL insider suggested that the Central Zone Intercol champions are expected to win all but one of the challenges.

Shiva Boys, who were relegated after a registration error involving midfielder Kierron Mason and left-back Matthew Beal, queried a series of suspicious paperwork by the Central school.

First, Carapichaima East attacker Theophilus Bourne and goalkeepers Aaron Best and Andre St Clair were all officially transferred on 8 September and registered to play on the same day—in violation of a SSFL rule that says players cannot play until 72 hours after becoming a bonafide student. Bourne was instrumental in his team’s 2-0 win over Fatima College that evening too.

According to a source, Carapichaima officials have conceded that the players should not have featured against Fatima.

As a result, Caps are expected to be docked three points, which will go to Fatima. Once confirmed, Fatima will leapfrog San Juan North Secondary into fourth place with 28 points—behind the trio of Presentation College (San Fernando) (35 points), Naparima College (33 points) and St Anthony’s College (30 points).

Carapichaima’s new total of 15 points will see the school drop from seventh to 11th, leaving them just five points clear of the relegation zone.

However, Carapichaima East are expected to survive the more serious probes into the registration of team captain and playmaker Mecaheil Alexander, attacker Jeremy Lara and defenders Akeil Vesprey and Luke Charles.

Somehow, Vesprey and Charles were allowed to represent their school in the Premier  Division although there was no evidence of a transfer approval from the SSFL in their registration form. And, in Lara’s case, approval to repeat was missing.

Additionally, the paperwork for Caps captain, Alexander, suggested that he was only in Form Five—despite the fact that he had written his SEA as far back as in 2010.

SSFL president William Wallace told Wired868 he saw the relevant documents on Thursday or Friday and they were now in the hands of general secretary Azaad Khan now.

In Alexander’s case, Wallace claimed that the player wrote his SEA in 2013 but a typo suggested otherwise. This error has apparently been cleared up. Curiously though, the date of birth on the midfielder’s registration form suggests he is 19 years old.

Wallace suggested too that Vesprey, Charles and Lara did get the necessary approval from the Ministry of Education to play last season and the paperwork is now with Khan.

But why were the trio allowed to play, despite the SSFL seemingly not having the proper registration data for them?

“That is a very good question,” said Wallace. “I don’t know why [the proper approval forms] were not lodged with the SSFL but I tend to stay away from those things [and leave them to the relevant bodies].”

Wallace might have double reason to distance himself from this probe since he is a teacher at Carapichaima East. However, the former Soca Warriors manager does not have a formal role with his school’s team and would not have been involved in their registration.

The same cannot be said for SSFL Credentials Committee member Laurence Seepersad, who is also a Carapichaima East staff member.

But, as Wallace pointed out, Seepersad—who is also the SSFL’s assistant secretary, operations—does not run the Credentials Committee himself and works alongside Khan and assistant secretary, admin, Gerald Elliot.

Wired868 tried unsuccessfully to reach Khan for comment. The SSFL’s formal ruling on the seven Carapichaima East players is expected early next week.

If Carapichaima East were found guilty of improperly registering Lara, Vesprey, Charles and Alexander—or even one of those four players—it could see the Central team relegated instead of Tobago’s Speyside High.

At present, the schools which will play in the SSFL Premier Division in 2018 are the following:

Presentation (San F’do), Naparima, St Anthony’s, Fatima, San Juan North, St Mary’s College, Trinity College East, QRC, St Augustine Secondary, St Benedict’s College, Trinity College Moka and newly promoted East Mucurapo Secondary, Valencia High and Bishop’s High School.

Wired868TV presents - Chasing Goals: Carapichaima East

« Last Edit: May 30, 2018, 01:50:44 AM by Flex »
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2018, 12:47:27 AM »
Awai: School football killing player development.
By Walter Alibey (Guardian).


Michael Awai, the Director of Football at the T&T Pro League campaigners North East Stars, is calling for the Coca-Cola-sponsored National InterCol Schoolboys Football League to be changed from its present form.

The Stars’ boss believes the tournament is playing very little part if any in the overall development of the sport in T&T, as three months of football for young, budding footballers have done absolutely nothing to achieve the goal of enhancing players’ techniques and abilities apart from being a showcase tournament.

The National InterCol tournament, as well as the Secondary Schools Football League, have become a fixture on the calendar for school students, featuring a ready-made fan base and an avenue for young footballers to receive scholarships to Colleges and universities in the USA for which they are required to take the SAT exam. Through the SSFL players are receiving opportunities to go on trials with professional clubs overseas, as well as a chance represent the country at different age-group levels.

Awai said in spite of this, however, the tournament has not focused on a more technically sound player on the field, as seen in their inability to make the transition to international football and to be competitive, as the results of the country’s junior teams at international tournaments provides the evidence.

“If you look at the CAC Games alone, you will see they cannot beat Costa Rica, Honduras and Colombia, and they have been largely ineffective when they go abroad on trials etc,” Awai said.

It also creates a lot of school drop-outs, after six weeks of football as some students don’t return to school, Awai said.

He believes sponsorship monies given for the InterCol should instead be directed to the pro league clubs to pay quality development coaches locally and internationally. “Every young player should be involved with a coaching academy which have developmental coaches. The schools should all be aligned to clubs or vice versa, and the focus should be on teaching players how to play the game of football,” Awai explained.

He added, “Let the school football be played during the school hours and allow the young students to go to the academies afterwards, as there are no development coaches at schools.”

Meanwhile, Awai’s Future Generation of Footballers (FUTGOF) Academy kicked off on July 2 for interested young players between the age group 5- 17 years at the Cipriani College of Labour & Co Operative Studies Ground, Churchill Roosevelt Highway in Valsayn.

FUTGOF aims to develop the proper technique and ability of players in the basic skills of the game such as passing, heading, trapping, kicking, dribbling, shooting, control and touch.

Times for training will be Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4-6pm. Interested persons to contact him at (373-2800, 789-2781) for further details on sponsorship etc.

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline RichGFootball

  • ....formerly Richard G. I'm not a newbie. Just new-ish from since Mpurcell days
  • Jr. Warrior
  • **
  • Posts: 78
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #3 on: July 30, 2018, 05:00:17 AM »
Being on both sides of this debate, I'll give my seemingly 'biased' point of view.

Marketing 101.

A S.W.O.T. analysis would have been done by the SSFL sponsors to determine which would have been better for future growth in their goods and/or services. If the Pro-League development product did not meet their criteria, guess what possible sponsors would do?

Development 101.

From where I stand, SSFL is specifically for school children to play. It has it's place and for most it's NOT development. For us coaches who recognise and understand the benefits of SSFL, you find a way to work with it. In-school academies such as what Grosvenor is doing at QRC (I'm working on my blueprint for Bishop's High School's Development Academy as well) can do a lot for player development within the school environment. Youth Development needs a bit of creative thinking and work-arounds.

In addition, the majority of players who enter the youth national program ranks are from these same Pro-League club development system environment. As much as he levels a scathing attack on SSFL, he's also highlighting the incredible inefficiencies the Pro-League development system has to offer our youth and the answer to these issues tend to lie in two main areas:

1. Administration

2. Finances and/or sponsorship (spoken out in1st paragraph)


What needs to happen on the Pro-League side of things is simple: they need to make themselves a more viable option for development and that tends to start from in-house. It's made worse when the Pro-League itself is in the press for all the wrong reasons (players' strike due to non-payment of wages).
Trinidad and Tobago 1st
.......
.......
Everyone else is 2nd

Offline Tallman

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 20944
    • View Profile
Grosvenor, Grayson, Mulraine disagree with Awai
« Reply #4 on: July 31, 2018, 07:49:57 AM »
Grosvenor, Grayson, Mulraine disagree with Awai
By Walter Alibey (T&T Guardian)


Director of Football at North East Stars Mike Awai has come under fire for his views which were reported in this newspaper that school football is killing player-development in T&T.

A number of top coaches, all of whom have passed through Secondary School Football League (SSFL) system, such as Nigel Grosvenor who is the head coach at Queen’s Royal College (QRC), Travis Mulraine, the Arima North Secondary boss and Michael Grayson, the coach at Trinity College East, have expressed their disagreement with Awai’s statement which was published on Sunday, have said it is instead the clubs that are not developing the young players.

Yesterday, Grosvenor in a two-page email said as a Dean, teacher and football coach for over 34 years he wouldn’t even try to call names of people who have passed through the SSFL but reminded Awai, there are doctors, lawyers, Army and Police personnel, and professional footballers abroad and right here in T&T that have passed through the school system.

According to Grosvenor: “Apart from the books and playing football for your school, this is what school is all about, all of this together is education, all of this is development.”

The long-serving St Anthony’s College coach, who was recently joined by Kenwyne Jones as his assistant at QRC, scuffed at Awai’s comment that there are no developmental coaches in the school system and point to Grayson, Mulraine, Sean Cooper, an former national youth coach at Presentation College, Angus Eve, another former national youth coach who coaches at Naparima College: Reynold Carrington, the St Benedict’s College coach, Trevor Spicer, the St Mary’s College coach, Trinity Moka, Ken Elie, a former national and Defence Force coach and himself.

Grosvenor said: “I want to remind you (Awai) that your son is a product of the same SSFL. He attended two schools playing in the SSFL, got his passes received a full scholarship to a University in the USA, got his degree, and is now making five times the amount of money the highest player in the pro league makes. It is really sad to hear you (Awai) bring down the SSFL like that. Let us see how we can enhance the players in the SSFL not try and bring them down.”

Grayson reminded that all the school’s league has the country’s young players for a maximum of five months, noting the other eight months they are in the possession of the clubs.

“Coaches like Anton Corneal and Bertille St Claire have taken youth teams to the Youth World Cups so where did the players come from?” asked Grayson, who also called Awai to say what are the so-called clubs, academies and Youth Pro League teams doing if the schools are not developing the players.

Grayson, who has represented T&T in football both as player and coach, said he was not surprised that the school’s league was being blamed for the country’s poor showing at Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games and called on Awai to say exactly what he meant by no developmental coaches in the SSFL.

Mulraine, a former QRC midfielder, believes the clubs are in fact, not developing young players at all, and challenged any pro league clubs to prove him wrong. He, in fact, expressed an opposite view to Awai, saying clubs should instead be developed through the schools as they do not have access to the resources to develop players, such as its own fields, rooms to hold board sessions, AV or computer rooms, gyms, laundry and hall etc.

Mulraine, whose exploits on the football field for QRC has landed him the opportunity to represent the country at both junior and senior levels as well as at club level in T&T football, said it’s insane to say there are no development coaches at schools, when coaches such as Jean Lilywhite and Roderick Warner, are among many others who have spent their careers developing players.
The Conquering Lion of Judah shall break every chain.

Offline FF

  • Moderator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 7299
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #5 on: July 31, 2018, 08:12:24 AM »
Scuffed??
THE BEATINGS WILL CONTINUE UNTIL MORALE IMPROVES

Offline asylumseeker

  • Moderator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14420
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #6 on: July 31, 2018, 10:19:20 PM »
Quite predictable that Awai was going to receive a public reprimand for espousing that view. Big difference between the way things should be and the way they are.

Offline Tallman

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 20944
    • View Profile
Wallace promises SSFL bumper season
« Reply #7 on: September 05, 2018, 06:31:48 AM »
Wallace promises SSFL bumper season
By Walter Alibey (T&T Guardian)


It will be a bumper sea­son in the Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League this year, pres­i­dent William Wal­lace has said, and mem­bers of the Cre­den­tials Com­mit­tee of the SS­FL are work­ing around the clock to en­sure that this hap­pens.

The League will kick-off next Thurs­day with a dou­ble­head­er at the Cen­tre of Ex­cel­lence in Tu­na­puna be­tween new­ly Pre­mier Di­vi­sion pro­mot­ed school Va­len­cia Sec­ondary tak­ing on San Juan Sec­ondary from 3 pm, fol­lowed by the fea­ture clash be­tween St Bene­dict's Col­lege and Trin­i­ty Col­lege East at 5 pm, a match that will be tele­vised live on Caribbean Sports Tele­vi­sion Net­work Sports­max.

Wal­lace point­ed out that mem­bers of the cre­den­tial com­mit­tee are at this point, work­ing hard to en­sure there are no prob­lems with play­ers' reg­is­tra­tion, as what took place last year. De­spite a high-qual­i­ty of on-the-field dis­play in the SS­FL last sea­son, the League was plagued by im­prop­er reg­is­tra­tion of play­ers mov­ing from club teams to schools, as well as stu­dents with false cer­tifi­cates en­ter­ing schools for the sake of just play­ing foot­ball.

Wal­lace told Guardian Me­dia Sports that his ex­ec­u­tive took a de­ci­sion to start the League a week lat­er in an at­tempt to al­le­vi­ate all and any con­cerns of stu­dents be­ing il­le­gal­ly reg­is­tered. He said, "This is what's hap­pen­ing as we speak. The schools are in the process of deal­ing with reg­is­tra­tion of stu­dents and the cre­den­tials com­mit­tee is al­so mon­i­tor­ing stu­dent/play­ers for the SS­FL."

Wal­lace said, how­ev­er, that if cer­tifi­cates are found to be false, then his ex­ec­u­tives will not be held ac­count­able, as they can on­ly deal with the in­fo be­fore them. "That will be a dif­fer­ent is­sue," Wal­lace said.

Be­fore next week's kick-off the League will be launched a day ear­li­er (Wednes­day) at a press con­fer­ence at the hall of Fa­ti­ma Col­lege, Mu­cu­rapo, at which Wal­lace will re­veal a num­ber of new de­vel­op­ments and busi­ness-part­ner­ships that would make the league a stand-out one. He said he is still in the process of cross­ing T's and dot­ting I's on new agree­ments.

How­ev­er, he called on stake­hold­ers to do the right thing to avoid any mishaps, say­ing 'We are deal­ing with young men and women who are our fu­ture lead­ers, so we must set an ex­am­ple for them."

Last year's Co­ca-Co­la In­ter­Col champs Shi­va Boys Hin­du Col­lege will play no part in this year's League, ei­ther at the Cham­pi­onship or the Pre­mier­ship Di­vi­sion, af­ter be­ing guilty of break­ing a num­ber of the SS­FL's rules that led to its de­mo­tion. Wal­lace said he was hop­ing to see the school tak­ing part in the cham­pi­onship di­vi­sion this year but it on­ly reg­is­tered to play in the ju­nior di­vi­sions.

Fyz­abad Sec­ondary which field­ed play­ers with false doc­u­ments last year will al­so play on­ly at the ju­nior lev­el this year.

Wal­lace al­so took a swipe at Mike Awai, the North East Stars tech­ni­cal di­rec­tor for com­ments that the school's league was de­stroy­ing young play­ers, say­ing peo­ple first need to un­der­stand the role of the SS­FL be­fore mak­ing wild com­ments.
The Conquering Lion of Judah shall break every chain.

Offline Mad Scorpion a/k/a Big Bo$$

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 2663
  • a/k/a Optimus Prime
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #8 on: September 05, 2018, 11:06:52 AM »
Scuffed??

what about "school’s league has the country’s young players for a maximum of five months, noting the other eight months...."


Offline asylumseeker

  • Moderator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14420
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #9 on: September 06, 2018, 05:19:11 AM »
The more I read comments from Wayne Sheppard (Head Coach, Fatima College),  the more certain it is that he's a student of football and its environment.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #10 on: September 09, 2018, 12:30:43 AM »
Premier Division

DATE GAME TIME HOME TEAM AWAY TEAM VENUE

ROUND 1

Thurs. 13th

01 3:30 p.m. Valencia Secondary San Juan North Secondary Marvin Lee
02 5:30 p.m. Trinity College East St. Benedict’s College Marvin Lee

Sat 15th

03 3:40 p.m. Fatima College Bishop’s High School Fatima
04 3:40 p.m. Presentation College Trinity College Moka Mannie Ramjohn
05 3:40 p.m. Q.R.C. East Mucurapo Secondary Q.R.C.
06 3:40 p.m. St. Anthony’s College St. Augustine Secondary St. Anthony’s
07 3:40 p.m. St. Mary’s College Naparima College St. Mary’s
Carapichaima East Secondary Bye

ROUND 2

Wed 19th

08 3:40 p.m. Bishop’s High School St. Anthony’s College Tobago
09 3:30 p.m. Naparima College East Mucurapo Secondary Lewis St.
10 3:40 p.m. Presentation College Carapichaima East Sec Union Hall
11 3:40 p.m. Q.R.C. Valencia Secondary Q.R.C.
12 3:40 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary Trinity College East St. Augustine
13 3:40 p.m. St. Benedict’s College St. Mary’s College Mannie Ramjohn
14 3:40 p.m. Trinity College Moka Fatima College Moka
San Juan North Secondary Bye

ROUND 3

Sat 22nd

15 3:40 p.m. East Mucurapo Secondary Carapichaima East Secondary Q.R.C.
16 3:40 p.m. Fatima College Trinity College East Fatima
17 3:40 p.m. San Juan North Secondary Bishop’s High School San Juan
18 3:40 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary Q.R.C. St. Augustine
19 3:40 p.m. St. Benedict’s College Naparima College Guaracara
20 3:30 p.m. St. Mary’s College Presentation College St. Mary’s
21 3:40 p.m. Trinity College Moka Valencia Secondary Moka
St. Anthony’s College Bye

ROUND 4

Wed 26th

22 3:40 p.m. Bishop’s High School Trinity College Moka Tobago
23 3:40 p.m. Carapichaima East Secondary St. Augustine Secondary Carapichaima
24 3:40 p.m. Naparima College Fatima College Lewis Street
25 3:40 p.m. Presentation College St. Benedict’s College Mannie Ramjohn
26 3:30 p.m. St. Anthony’s College Q.R.C. St. Anthony’s
27 3:40 p.m. Trinity College East San Juan North Secondary Trincity
28 3:40 p.m. Valencia Secondary St. Mary’s College Valencia
East Mucurapo Secondary Bye

ROUND 5

Sat 29th

29 3:40 p.m. East Mucurapo Secondary Presentation College To be advised
30 3:30 p.m. Fatima College St. Mary’s College Fatima
31 3:40 p.m. Q.R.C. Bishop’s High School Q.R.C.
32 3:40 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary Naparima College St. Augustine
33 3:40 p.m. Trinity College Moka San Juan North Secondary Moka
34 3:40 p.m. Trinity College East St. Anthony’s College Trincity
35 3:40 p.m. Valencia Secondary Carapichaima East Secondary Valencia
St. Benedict’s College Bye

ROUND 6 - OCTOBER 2018

Wed 03rd

36 3:40 p.m. East Mucurapo Secondary Fatima College Fatima
37 3:30 p.m. Naparima College Bishop’s High School Lewis Street
38 3:40 p.m. Presentation College Valencia Secondary Union Hall
39 3:40 p.m. San Juan North Secondary Carapichaima East Secondary San Juan
40 3:40 p.m. St. Anthony’s College St. Mary’s College St. Anthony’s
41 3:40 p.m. St. Benedict’s College St. Augustine Secondary Guaracara
42 3:40 p.m. Trinity College Moka Q.R.C. Moka
Trinity College East Bye

ROUND 7

Sat 06th

43 3:40 p.m. Bishop’s High School St. Augustine Secondary Tobago
44 3:40 p.m. Carapichaima East Secondary Naparima College Carapichaima
45 3:40 p.m. East Mucurapo Secondary Trinity College East To be advised
46 3:40 p.m. Fatima College San Juan North Secondary Fatima
47 3:40 p.m. Q.R.C. Presentation College QRC
48 3:30 p.m. St. Benedict’s College Trinity College Moka Guaracara
49 3:40 p.m. Valencia Secondary St. Anthony’s College Valencia
St. Mary’s College Bye

ROUND 8

Wed 10th

50 3:40 p.m. Carapichaima East Secondary Trinity College Moka Carapichaima
51 3:30 p.m. Fatima College St. Augustine Secondary Fatima
52 3:40 p.m. Presentation College Bishop’s High School Union Hall
53 3:40 p.m. San Juan North Secondary East Mucurapo Secondary San Juan
54 3:40 p.m. St. Anthony’s College St. Benedict’s College St. Anthony’s
55 3:40 p.m. St. Mary’s College Q.R.C. St. Mary’s
56 3:40 p.m. Trinity College East Naparima College Trincity
Valencia Secondary Bye

ROUND 9

Sat 13th

57 3:40 p.m. Carapichaima East Secondary Bishop’s High School Carapichaima
58 3:40 p.m. Naparima College St. Anthony’s College Lewis Street
59 3:30 p.m. Q.R.C. Trinity College East Q.R.C.
60 3:40 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary Presentation College St. Augustine
61 3:40 p.m. St. Benedict’s College Fatima College Mannie Ramjohn
62 3:40 p.m. St. Mary’s College San Juan North Secondary St. Mary’s
63 3:40 p.m. Valencia Secondary East Mucurapo Secondary Valencia
Trinity College Moka Bye

ROUND 10

Wed 17th

64 3:40 p.m. Bishop’s High School Trinity College East Tobago
65 3:40 p.m. Fatima College Carapichaima East Secondary Fatima
66 3:40 p.m. Naparima College Valencia Secondary Lewis St.
67 3:40 p.m. San Juan North Secondary Q.R.C. San Juan
68 3:40 p.m. St. Anthony’s College Trinity College Moka St. Anthony’s
69 3:40 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary St. Mary’s College St. Augustine
70 3:40 p.m. St. Benedict’s College East Mucurapo Secondary Guaracara
Presentation College Bye

ROUND 11

Sat 20th

71 3:40 p.m. Bishop’s High School St. Benedict’s College Tobago
72 3:40 p.m. East Mucurapo Secondary St. Anthony’s College Fatima
73 3:40 p.m. Q.R.C. Carapichaima East Secondary Q.R.C.
74 3:30 p.m. San Juan North Secondary Presentation College San Juan
75 3:40 p.m. St. Mary’s College Trinity College East St. Mary’s
76 3:40 p.m. Trinity College Moka Naparima College Moka
77 3:40 p.m. Valencia Secondary Fatima College Valencia
St. Augustine Secondary Bye

ROUND 12

Wed 24th

78 3:40 p.m. Bishop’s High School Valencia Secondary Tobago
79 3:40 p.m. Carapichaima East Secondary St. Mary’s College Carapichaima
80 3:40 p.m. East Mucurapo Secondary Trinity College Moka Fatima
81 3:40 p.m. Q.R.C. St. Benedict’s College Q.R.C.
82 3:40 p.m. St. Anthony’s College Fatima College St. Anthony’s
83 3:40 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary San Juan North Secondary St. Augustine
84 3:40 p.m. Trinity College East Presentation College Trinity
Naparima College Bye

ROUND 13

Sat 27th

85 3:40 p.m. Carapichaima East Secondary St. Anthony’s College Carapichaima
86 3:40 p.m. East Mucurapo Secondary St. Augustine Secondary Fatima
87 3:40 p.m. Presentation College Fatima College Mannie Ramjohn
88 3:40 p.m. San Juan North Secondary Naparima College San Juan
89 3:40 p.m. St. Mary’s College Bishop’s High School St. Mary’s
90 3:30 p.m. Trinity College East Trinity College Moka Trinity
91 3:40 p.m. Valencia Secondary St. Benedict’s College Valencia
Q.R.C. Bye

ROUND 14

Wed 31st

92 3:40 p.m. Fatima College Q.R.C. Fatima
93 3:40 p.m. Naparima College Presentation College Lewis St.
94 3:40 p.m. St. Anthony’s College San Juan North Secondary St. Anthony’s
95 3:30 p.m. St. Benedict’s College Carapichaima East Secondary Guaracara
96 3:40 p.m. St. Mary’s College East Mucurapo Secondary St. Mary’s
97 3:40 p.m. Trinity College Moka St. Augustine Secondary Moka
98 3:40 p.m. Trinity College East Valencia Secondary Trinity
Bishop’s High School Bye

ROUND 15 - NOVEMBER 2018

Sat 03rd

99 3:40 p.m. Bishop’s High School East Mucurapo Secondary Bishop’s Tobago
100 3:40 p.m. Carapichaima East Secondary Trinity College East Carapichaima
101 3:40 p.m. Naparima College Q.R.C. Lewis St.
102 3:40 p.m. Presentation College St. Anthony’s College Mannie Ramjohn
103 3:40 p.m. San Juan North Secondary St. Benedict’s College San Juan
104 3:40 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary Valencia Secondary St. Augustine
105 3:40 p.m. Trinity College Moka St. Mary’s College Moka
Fatima College Bye

S.S.F.L./FIELD OF DREAMS - ALL STAR WEEKEND - LEGENDS ALL STAR

DEC ‘18

SUN 09TH 3:00p.m. South/Central North/East/Tobago Mannie Ramjohn

2018 ALL STAR

SUN 09TH 5:00p.m. South/Central North/East/Tobago Mannie Ramjohn

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #11 on: September 11, 2018, 05:33:25 AM »
Central Zone Boys Championship - SEPTEMBER 2018

Tues 11th

106 3:40 p.m. Chaguanas North Secondary Gasparillo Secondary Chaguanas
107 3:40 p.m. Presentation College, Chaguanas Cunupia Secondary Presentation Coll.
108 3:40 p.m. Couva East Secondary Preysal Secondary Couva East Sec.

Fri 14th

109 3:40 p.m. Cunupia Secondary Chaguanas North Secondary Cunupia
110 3:40 p.m. Gasparillo Secondary Couva East Secondary Lumsden Rec.
111 3:40 p.m. Preysal Secondary Presentation College, Chaguanas Ato Boldon

Tues 18th

112 3:40 p.m. Chaguanas North Secondary Presentation College, Chaguanas Chaguanas
113 3:40 p.m. Gasparillo Secondary Preysal Secondary Lumsden Rec.
114 3:40 p.m. Couva East Secondary Cunupia Secondary Couva East Sec.

Fri 21st

115 3:40 p.m. Preysal Secondary Chaguanas North Secondary Ato Boldon
116 3:40 p.m. Presentation College, Chaguanas Couva East Secondary Presentation Coll.
117 3:40 p.m. Cunupia Secondary Gasparillo Secondary Latchu St. Ground

Tues 25th

118 3:40 p.m. Couva East Secondary Chaguanas North Secondary Couva East Sec.
119 3:40 p.m. Cunupia Secondary Preysal Secondary Latchu St. Ground
120 3:40 p.m. Gasparillo Secondary Presentation College, Chaguanas Lumsden Rec.

End of Round 1

Fri 28th

121 3:40 p.m. Gasparillo Secondary Chaguanas North Secondary Lumsden Rec.
122 3:40 p.m. Cunupia Secondary Presentation College, Chaguanas Latchu St. Ground
123 3:40 p.m. Preysal Secondary Couva East Secondary Ato Boldon

OCTOBER 2018

Tues 02nd

124 3:40 p.m. Chaguanas North Secondary Cunupia Secondary Chaguanas
125 3:40 p.m. Couva East Secondary Gasparillo Secondary Couva East Sec.
126 3:40 p.m. Presentation College, Chaguanas Preysal Secondary Presentation Coll.

Fri 05th

127 3:40 p.m. Presentation College, Chaguanas Chaguanas North Secondary Presentation Coll.
128 3:40 p.m. Preysal Secondary Gasparillo Secondary Ato Boldon
129 3:40 p.m. Cunupia Secondary Couva East Secondary Latchu St. Ground

Tues 09th

130 3:40 p.m. Chaguanas North Secondary Preysal Secondary Chaguanas
131 3:40 p.m. Couva East Secondary Presentation College, Chaguanas Couva East Sec.
132 3:40 p.m. Gasparillo Secondary Cunupia Secondary Lumsden Rec.

Fri 12th

133 3:40 p.m. Chaguanas North Secondary Couva East Secondary Chaguanas
134 3:40 p.m. Preysal Secondary Cunupia Secondary Ato Boldon
135 3:40 p.m. Presentation College, Chaguanas Gasparillo Secondary Presentation Coll.

East Zone Boys Championship - SEPTEMBER 2018

Tues 11th

136 3:40 p.m. Arima North Secondary El Dorado East Secondary Arima
137 3:40 p.m. Holy Cross College Malabar Secondary Holy Cross College
138 3:40 p.m. El Dorado West Secondary Sangre Grande Secondary El Dorado West

Fri 14th

139 3:40 p.m. Malabar Secondary Arima North Secondary Malabar
140 3:40 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary El Dorado West Secondary El Dorado East
141 3:40 p.m. Sangre Grande Secondary Holy Cross College Ojoe Road Rec.

Tues 18th

142 3:40 p.m. Arima North Secondary Holy Cross College Arima
143 3:40 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary Sangre Grande Secondary El Dorado East
144 3:40 p.m. El Dorado West Secondary Malabar Secondary El Dorado West

Fri 21st

145 3:40 p.m. Sangre Grande Secondary Arima North Secondary Sangre Grande
146 3:40 p.m. Holy Cross College El Dorado West Secondary Holy Cross College
147 3:40 p.m. Malabar Secondary El Dorado East Secondary Malabar

Tues 25th

148 3:40 p.m. Arima North Secondary El Dorado West Secondary Arima
149 3:40 p.m. Sangre Grande Secondary Malabar Secondary Sangre Grande
150 3:40 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary Holy Cross College El Dorado East

End of Round 1

Fri 28th

151 3:40 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary Arima North Secondary El Dorado
152 3:40 p.m. Malabar Secondary Holy Cross College Malabar
153 3:40 p.m. Sangre Grande Secondary El Dorado West Secondary Sangre Grande

OCTOBER 2018

Tues 02nd

154 3:40 p.m. Arima North Secondary Malabar Secondary Arima
155 3:40 p.m. El Dorado West Secondary El Dorado East Secondary El Dorado West
156 3:40 p.m. Holy Cross College Sangre Grande Secondary Holy Cross College

Fri 05th

157 3:40 p.m. Holy Cross College Arima North Secondary Holy Cross College
158 3:40 p.m. Sangre Grande Secondary El Dorado East Secondary Ojoe Road Rec.
169 3:40 p.m. Malabar Secondary El Dorado West Secondary Malabar

Tues 09th

160 3:40 p.m. Arima North Secondary Sangre Grande Secondary Arima
161 3:40 p.m. El Dorado West Secondary Holy Cross College El Dorado West
162 3:40 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary Malabar Secondary El Dorado East

Fri 12th

163 3:40 p.m. El Dorado West Secondary Arima North Secondary El Dorado West
164 3:40 p.m. Malabar Secondary Sangre Grande Secondary Malabar
165 3:40 p.m. Holy Cross College El Dorado East Secondary Holy Cross College

End of Round 2

North Zone Boys Championship - SEPTEMBER 2018

Tues 11th

166 3:40 p.m. Malick Secondary Tranquillity Secondary Malick
167 3:40 p.m. St. Francis College Diego Martin North Secondary Belmont
168 3:40 p.m. Blanchisseuse Secondary Diego Martin Central Secondary Blanchisseuse

Fri 14th

169 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin North Secondary Malick Secondary Diego Martin Nth.
170 3:40 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary Blanchisseuse Secondary Tranquillity
171 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin Central Secondary St. Francis College Diego Martin Cen.

Tues 18th

172 3:40 p.m. Malick Secondary St. Francis College Malick
173 3:40 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary Diego Martin Central Secondary Tranquillity
174 3:40 p.m. Blanchisseuse Secondary Diego Martin North Secondary Blanchisseuse

Fri 21st

175 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin Central Secondary Malick Secondary Diego Martin Cen.
176 3:40 p.m. St Francis College Blanchisseuse Secondary Belmont
177 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin North Secondary Tranquillity Secondary Diego Martin Nth.

Tues 25th

178 3:40 p.m. Malick Secondary Blanchisseuse Secondary Malick
179 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin Central Sec Diego Martin North Secondary Diego Martin Cen.
180 3:40 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary St. Francis College Tranquillity

End of Round 1

Fri 28th

181 3:40 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary Malick Secondary Tranquillity
182 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin North Secondary St. Francis College Diego Martin
183 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin Central Blanchisseuse Secondary Diego Martin

Tues 02nd

184 3:40 p.m. Malick Secondary Diego Martin North Secondary Malick
185 3:40 p.m. Blanchisseuse Secondary Tranquillity Secondary Blanchisseuse
186 3:40 p.m. St. Francis College Diego Martin Central Secondary Belmont

Fri 05th

187 3:40 p.m. St. Francis College Malick Secondary Belmont
188 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin Central Secondary Tranquillity Secondary Diego Martin Cen.
189 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin North Secondary Blanchisseuse Secondary Diego Martin Nth.

Tues 09th

190 3:40 p.m. Malick Secondary Diego Martin Central Secondary Malick
191 3:40 p.m. Blanchisseuse Secondary St. Francis College Blanchisseuse
192 3:40 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary Diego Martin North Secondary Tranquillity

Fri 12th

193 3:40 p.m. Blanchisseuse Secondary Malick Secondary Blanchisseuse
194 3:40 p.m. Diego Martin North Secondary Diego Martin Central Secondary Diego Martin Nth.
195 3:40 p.m. St. Francis College Tranquillity Secondary Belmont

End of Round 2

South Zone Boys Championship - SEPTEMBER 2018

Tues 11th

196 3:40 p.m. Moruga Secondary Point Fortin East Secondary Moruga
197 3:40 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary Princes Town West Secondary Pleasantville
198 3:40 p.m. La Romaine Secondary Fyzabad Anglican Secondary La Romaine

Fri 14th

199 3:40 p.m. Princes Town West Secondary Moruga Secondary Princes Town
200 3:40 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary La Romaine Secondary Techier
201 3:40 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Pleasantville Secondary Fyzabad

Tues 18th

202 3:40 p.m. Moruga Secondary Pleasantville Secondary Moruga
203 3:40 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Techier
204 3:40 p.m. La Romaine Secondary Princes Town West Secondary La Romaine

Fri 21st

205 3:40 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Moruga Secondary Fyzabad
206 3:40 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary La Romaine Secondary Pleasantville
207 3:40 p.m. Princes Town West Secondary Point Fortin East Secondary Princes Town

Tues 25th

208 3:40 p.m. Moruga Secondary La Romaine Secondary Moruga
209 3:40 p.m. Princes Town West Secondary Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Princes Town
210 3:40 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary Pleasantville Secondary Techier

End of Round 1

Fri 28th

211 3:40 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary Moruga Secondary Techier
212 3:40 p.m. Princes Town West Secondary Pleasantville Secondary Princes Town
213 3:40 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary La Romaine Secondary Fyzabad

OCTOBER 2018

Tues 02nd

214 3:40 p.m. Moruga Secondary Princes Town West Secondary Moruga
215 3:40 p.m. La Romaine Secondary Point Fortin East Secondary La Romaine
216 3:40 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Pleasantville

Fri 05th

217 3:40 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary Moruga Secondary Pleasantville
218 3:40 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Point Fortin East Secondary Fyzabad
219 3:40 p.m. Princes Town West Secondary La Romaine Secondary Princes Town

Tues 09th

220 3:40 p.m. Moruga Secondary Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Moruga
221 3:40 p.m. La Romaine Secondary Pleasantville Secondary La Romaine
222 3:40 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary Princes Town West Secondary Techier

Fri 12th

223 3:40 p.m. La Romaine Secondary Moruga Secondary La Romaine
224 3:40 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Princes Town West Secondary Fyzabad
225 3:40 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary Point Fortin East Secondary Pleasantville
End of Round 2

Tobago Zone Boys Championship - SEPTEMBER 2018

Tues. 11th

226 3:40 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Roxborough Secondary Signal Hill School
227 3:40 p.m. Goodwood High School Speyside High School Goodwood Rec.
228 3:40 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Mason Hall High School Signal Hill Rec.
Scarborough Secondary Bye

Sat 15th

229 3:40 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Goodwood High School Black Rock Rec.
230 3:40 p.m. Mason Hall High School Signal Hill Secondary Plymouth Rec.
231 3:40 p.m. Speyside High School Pentecostal Light & Life Speyside Rec.
Roxborough Secondary Bye

Tues. 18th

232 3:40 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Mason Hall High School Louis D’or Rec
233 3:40 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Scarborough Secondary Signal Hill Rec.
234 3:40 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Speyside High School Signal Hill Sch.
Goodwood High School Bye

Sat 22nd

235 3:40 p.m. Goodwood High School Pentecostal Light & Life Goodwood Rec.
236 3:40 p.m. Speyside High School Roxborough Secondary Speyside Rec.
237 3:40 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Signal Hill Secondary Black Rock Rec.
Mason Hall High School Bye

Tues. 25th

238 3:40 p.m. Mason Hall High School Speyside High School Plymouth Rec.
239 3:40 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Goodwood High School Signal Hill Sch.
240 3:40 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Scarborough Secondary Louis D’or Rec.
Pentecostal Light & Life Bye

Sat 29th

241 3:40 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Signal Hill Secondary Signal Hill Rec.
242 3:40 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Mason Hall High School Black Rock Rec.
243 3:40 p.m. Goodwood High School Roxborough Secondary Goodwood Rec.
Speyside High School Bye

OCTOBER 2018

Tues. 02nd

244 3:40 p.m. Speyside High School Scarborough Secondary Speyside Rec.
245 3:40 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Pentecostal Light & Life Louis D’or Rec.
246 3:40 p.m. Mason Hall High School Goodwood High School Plymouth Rec.
Signal Hill Secondary Bye

End of Round 1

Fri. 5th

247 3:40 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Signal Hill Secondary Louis D’or Rec.
248 3:40 p.m. Speyside High School Goodwood High School Speyside Rec.
249 3:40 p.m. Mason Hall High School Pentecostal Light & Life Plymouth Rec
Scarborough Secondary Bye

Tues. 09th

250 3:40 p.m. Goodwood High School Scarborough Secondary Goodwood Rec.
251 3:40 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Mason Hall High School Signal Hill Sch.
252 3:40 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Speyside High School Signal Hill Rec.
Roxborough Secondary Bye

Sat 13th

253 3:40 p.m. Mason Hall High School Roxborough Secondary Plymouth Rec.
254 3:40 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Pentecostal Light & Life Black Rock Rec
255 3:40 p.m. Speyside High School Signal Hill Secondary Speyside Rec.
Goodwood High School Bye

256 3:40 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Goodwood High School Signal Hill Rec.
257 3:40 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Speyside High School Louis D’or Rec.
258 3:40 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Scarborough Secondary Signal Hill Sch.
Mason Hall High School Bye

Fri. 19th

259 3:40 p.m. Speyside High School Mason Hall High School Speyside Rec.
260 3:40 p.m. Goodwood High School Signal Hill Secondary Goodwood Rec.
261 3:40 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Roxborough Secondary Black Rock Rec.
Pentecostal Light & Life Bye

Tues. 23rd

262 3:40 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Pentecostal Light & Life Signal Hill Sch.
263 3:40 p.m. Mason Hall High School Scarborough Secondary Plymouth Rec.
264 3:40 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Goodwood High School Louis D’or Rec.
Speyside Secondary Bye

Fri. 26th

265 3:40 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Speyside High School Black Rock Rec.
266 3:40 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Roxborough Secondary Signal Hill Rec.
267 3:40 p.m. Goodwood High School Mason Hall High School Goodwood Rec
Signal Hill Secondary Bye

End of Round 2

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #12 on: September 12, 2018, 12:06:28 AM »
Shell/F.C.B. Boys Big 5 Competition - OCTOBER 2018

Tues 23rd

268 3:30 p.m. North Central Hasely Crawford
269 3:30 p.m. South East Mannie Ramjohn
Tobago Bye

Tues 30th

270 3:30 p.m. East Central Larry Gomes
271 3:30 p.m. North Tobago Hasely Crawford
South Bye

NOVEMBER 2018

Fri 02nd

272 3:30 p.m. Tobago South Tobago
273 3:30 p.m. East North Larry Gomes
Central Bye

Tues 06th

274 3:30 p.m. South North Mannie Ramjohn
275 3:30 p.m. Central Tobago Ato Boldon
East Bye

To be advised

276 3:30 p.m. Central South Ato Boldon
277 3:30 p.m. Tobago East Tobago
North Bye

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #13 on: September 12, 2018, 12:11:42 AM »
Inter-Col Preliminaries - November 2018

Tues. 6th

South Zone 278 A South Zone 5 vs South Zone 6 3:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn
North Zone 279 C North PD 5 vs North Zone 5 3:30 p.m. St. Mary’s College
280 D North PD 6 vs North Zone 6 5:30 p.m. Fatima College

Thur. 8th

East Zone 281 A East Zone 1 vs East Zone 6 3:00 p.m. Marvin Lee
282 B East Zone 2 vs East Zone 5 5:00 p.m. Marvin Lee

Thurs. 8th

North Zone 283 A North Zone 1 vs North Zone 4 3:30 p.m. Hasely Crawford
284 B North Zone 2 vs North Zone 3 5:30 p.m. Hasely Crawford

Zonal Quarter Finals

Fri. 9th

Central Zone 285 A Central Zone 1 vs Central Zone 6 3:30 p.m. Ato Boldon
286 B Central Zone 2 vs Central Zone 5 5:30 p.m. Ato Boldon
287 C Central Zone 3 vs Central Zone 4 3:30 p.m. To be advised

Fri. 9th

Tobago 288 A Tobago Zone 1 vs Tobago Zone 6 3:30 p.m. To be advised
289 B Tobago Zone 3 vs Tobago Zone 4 3:30 p.m. To be advised

Fri. 9th

East Zone 290 C East PD 1 vs East Zone 4 1:30 p.m. Larry Gomes
291 D East PD 2 vs East Zone 3 3:30 p.m. Larry Gomes

Mon. 12th

South Zone 292 B South Zone 1 vs South Zone 4 1:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn
293 C South PD 2 vs South Zone 3 3:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn

Mon. 12th

North Zone 294 E North PD 3 vs Winner of C 3:30 p.m. Hasely Crawford
295 F North PD 2 vs Winner of B 5:30 p.m. Hasely Crawford

Tues. 13th

Tobago 296 C Tobago Zone 2 vs Tobago Zone 5 3:30 p.m. To be advised
297 D Tobago PD 1 vs Tobago Zone 7 3:30 p.m. To be advised

Tues. 13th

East Zone 298 E East PD 3 vs Winner of B 1:30 p.m. Larry Gomes
299 F East PD 4 vs Winner of A 3:30 p.m. Larry Gomes

Wed 14th

North Zone 300 G North PD 4 vs Winner of A 3:30 p.m. Hasely Crawford
301 H North PD 1 vs Winner of D 5:30 p.m. Hasely Crawford

Wed 14th

South Zone 302 D South PD 3 vs South Zone 2 1:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn
303 E South PD 4 vs Winner of A 3:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn

Zonal Semi Finals

Thur. 15th

Central Zone 304 D Winner of A vs Winner of C 3:30 p.m. Ato Boldon
305 E Central PD 1 vs Winner of B 5:00 p.m. Ato Boldon

Fri 16th

East Zone 306 G Winner of C vs Winner of D 1:30 p.m. Larry Gomes
307 H Winner of E vs Winner of F 3:30 p.m. Larry Gomes

Fri 16th

Tobago 308 E Winner of A vs Winner of B 3:30 p.m. To be advised
309 F Winner of C vs Winner of D 3:30 p.m. To be advised

Mon. 19th

North Zone 310 I Winner of E vs Winner of F 3:30 p.m. St. Mary’s College
311 J Winner of G vs Winner of H 3:30 p.m. Fatima College

Mon. 19th

South Zone 312 F Winner of B vs Winner of C 1:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn
313 G Winner of D vs Winner of E 3:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn

Zonal Finals

Tues 20th

Central Zone 314 F Winner of D vs Winner of E 4:30 p.m. Ato Boldon

Wed 21st

East Zone 315 I Winner of G vs Winner of H 4:30 p.m. Larry Gomes

Thur. 22nd

Tobago 316 G Winner of E vs Winner of F 3:30 p.m. TBA

Fri. 23rd

North Zone 317 K Winner of I vs Winner of J 4:30 p.m. Hasely Crawford

Mon. 26th

South Zone 318 H Winner of F vs Winner of G 3:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn

National Quarter Final - November 2018

Tues 27th

319 A Central vs North 4:30 p.m. Ato Boldon

National Semi - Finals

Thur. 29th

320 B East vs Tobago 3:30 p.m. Larry Gomes

Fri 30th

321 C South vs Winner of A 3:30 p.m. Mannie Ramjohn

December 2018 - National Final

Tues 04th

 322 D Winner of B vs Winner of C TBA

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #14 on: September 12, 2018, 05:18:13 AM »
Central Zone Girls Championship - September 2018

Sun. 16th

323 3:00 p.m. Carapichaima East Secondary Holy Faith Convent, Couva Carapichaima
324 3:00 p.m. Chaguanas North Sec Miracle Ministries P.H.S. Chaguanas

Thurs. 20th

325 3:45 p.m. Holy Faith Convent, Couva Chaguanas North Sec Couva
326 3:45 p.m. Miracle Ministries P.H.S. Carapichaima East Sec Couva

Thurs. 27th

327 3:45 p.m. Carapichaima East Sec Chaguanas North Sec Carapichaima
328 3:45 p.m. Miracle Ministries P.H.S. Holy Faith Convent, Couva Couva

End of Round 1 - October 2018

Thurs. 04th

329 3:45 p.m. Holy Faith Convent, Couva Carapichaima East Sec Couva
330 3:45 p.m. Miracle Ministries P.H.S. Chaguanas North Sec Couva

Thurs. 11th

331 3:45 p.m. Chaguanas North Sec Holy Faith Convent, Couva Chaguanas
332 3:45 p.m. Carapichaima East Sec Miracle Ministries P.H.S. Carapichaima

Tues. 16th

333 3:45 p.m. Chaguanas North Sec Carapichaima East Sec Chaguanas
334 3:45 p.m. Holy Faith Convent, Couva Miracle Ministries P.H.S. Couva

End of Round 2

East Zone Girls Championship - September 2018

Sun 16th

335 3:00 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary Valencia Secondary St. Augustine
336 3:00 p.m. Bishop Anstey East San Juan North Secondary Trincity
337 3:00 p.m. Five Rivers Secondary El Dorado East Secondary Five Rivers

Thur. 20th

338 3:45 p.m. San Juan North Secondary St. Augustine Secondary San Juan
339 3:45 p.m. Valencia Secondary Five Rivers Secondary Valencia
340 3:45 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary Bishop Anstey East El Dorado

Sun 23rd

341 3:00 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary Bishop Anstey East St. Augustine
342 3:00 p.m. Valencia Secondary El Dorado East Secondary Valencia
343 3:00 p.m. Five Rivers Secondary San Juan North Secondary Five Rivers

Thurs. 27th

344 3:00 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary St. Augustine Secondary El Dorado
345 3:00 p.m. Bishop Anstey East Five Rivers Secondary Trincity
346 3:00 p.m. San Juan North Secondary Valencia Secondary San Juan

Sun. 30th

347 3:00 p.m. Five Rivers Secondary St. Augustine Secondary Five Rivers
348 3:00 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary San Juan North Secondary El Dorado
349 3:00 p.m. Valencia Secondary Bishop Anstey East Valencia

End of Round 1 - October 2018

Thurs. 4th

350 3:45 p.m. Valencia Secondary St. Augustine Secondary Valencia
351 3:45 p.m. San Juan North Secondary Bishop Anstey East San Juan
352 3:45 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary Five Rivers Secondary El Dorado

Sun. 7th

353 3:00 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary San Juan North Secondary St. Augustine
354 3:00 p.m. Five Rivers Secondary Valencia Secondary Five Rivers
355 3:00 p.m. Bishop Anstey East El Dorado East Secondary Trincity

Thur. 11th

356 3:45 p.m. Bishop Anstey East St. Augustine Secondary Trincity
357 3:45 p.m. El Dorado East Secondary Valencia Secondary El Dorado
358 3:45 p.m. San Juan North Secondary Five Rivers Secondary San Juan

Sun 14th

359 3:00 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary El Dorado West Secondary St. Augustine
360 3:00 p.m. Five Rivers Secondary Bishop Anstey East Five Rivers
361 3:00 p.m. Valencia Secondary San Juan North Secondary Valencia

Tues. 16th

362 3:45 p.m. St. Augustine Secondary Five Rivers Secondary St. Augustine
363 3:45 p.m. San Juan North Secondary El Dorado East Secondary San Juan
364 3:45 p.m. Bishop Anstey East Valencia Secondary Trincity

End of Round 2

North Zone Girls Championship - September 2018

Sun 16th

365 3:00 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary St. Joseph Convent, POS Tranquillity
366 3:00 p.m. Bishop Anstey, POS Diego Martin Central Sec Bishop’s
367 3:00 p.m. Success Laventille Sec Holy Name Convent, POS Success

Thur. 20th

368 3:45 p.m. Diego Martin Central Sec Tranquillity Secondary Diego Martin Cen.
369 3:45 p.m. St. Joseph Convent, POS Success Laventille Sec St. Joseph
370 3:45 p.m. Holy Name Convent, POS Bishop Anstey, POS Holy Name

Sun 23rd

371 3:00 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary Bishop Anstey, POS Tranquillity
372 3:00 p.m. St. Joseph Convent, POS Holy Name Convent, POS St. Joseph
373 3:00 p.m. Success Laventille Sec Diego Martin Central Sec Success

Thurs. 27th

374 3:45 p.m. Holy Name Convent, POS Tranquillity Secondary Holy Name
375 3:45 p.m. Bishop Anstey, POS Success Laventille Sec Bishop’s
376 3:45 p.m. Diego Martin Central Sec St. Joseph Convent, POS Diego Martin Cen.

Sun. 30th

377 3:00 p.m. Success Laventille Sec Tranquillity Secondary Success
378 3:00 p.m. Holy Name Convent, POS Diego Martin Central Sec Holy Name
379 3:00 p.m. St. Joseph Convent, POS Bishop Anstey, POS St. Joseph

End of Round 1 - October 2018

Thurs. 4th

380 3:45 p.m. St. Joseph Convent, POS Tranquillity Secondary St. Joseph
381 3:45 p.m. Diego Martin Central Sec Bishop Anstey, POS Diego Martin Cen.
382 3:45 p.m. Holy Name Convent, POS Success Laventille Sec Holy Name

Sun. 7th

383 3:00 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary Diego Martin Central Sec Tranquillity
384 3:00 p.m. Success Laventille Sec St. Joseph Convent, POS Success
385 3:00 p.m. Bishop Anstey, POS Holy Name Convent, POS Bishop’s

Thur. 11th

386 3:45 p.m. Bishop Anstey, POS Tranquillity Secondary Bishop’s
387 3:45 p.m. Holy Name Convent, POS St. Joseph Convent, POS Holy Name
388 3:45 p.m. Diego Martin Central Sec Success Laventille Sec Diego Martin Cen.

Sun 14th

389 3:00 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary Holy Name Convent, POS Tranquillity
390 3:00 p.m. Success Laventille Sec Bishop Anstey, POS Success
391 3:00 p.m. St. Joseph Convent, POS Diego Martin Central Sec St. Joseph

Tues. 16th

392 3:45 p.m. Tranquillity Secondary Success Laventille Sec Tranquillity
393 3:45 p.m. Diego Martin Central Sec Holy Name Convent, POS Diego Martin Cen.
394 3:45 p.m. Bishop Anstey, POS St. Joseph Convent, POS Bishop’s

End of Round 2

South Zone Girls Championship - September 2018

Sun 16th

395 3:00 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary St. Joseph Convent, San F’do Pleasantville
396 3:00 p.m. Penal Secondary Point Fortin East Secondary Morne Diablo
Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Bye

Thur. 20th

397 3:45 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Pleasantville Secondary Fyzabad
398 3:45 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary St. Joseph Convent San F’do Point Fortin
Penal Secondary Bye

Sun 23rd

399 3:00 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary Penal Secondary Pleasantville
400 3:00 p.m. St. Joseph Convent San F’do Fyzabad Anglican Secondary MRS, T/field
Point Fortin East Secondary Bye

Thurs. 27th

401 3:45 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary Pleasantville Secondary Point Fortin
402 3:45 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Penal Secondary Fyzabad
St. Joseph Convent San F’do Bye

Sun. 30th

403 3:00 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Point Fortin East Secondary Fyzabad
404 3:00 p.m. St. Joseph Convent San F’do Penal Secondary MRS, T/field
Pleasantville Secondary Bye

End of Round 1 - October 2018

Thurs. 4th

405 3:45 p.m. St. Joseph Convent San F’do Pleasantville Secondary MRS, T/field
406 3:45 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary Penal Secondary Point Fortin
Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Bye

Sun. 7th

407 3:45 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Pleasantville
408 3:45 p.m. St. Joseph Convent San F’do Point Fortin East Secondary MRS, T/field
Penal Secondary Bye

Thur. 11th

409 3:45 p.m. Penal Secondary Pleasantville Secondary Morne Diablo
410 3:45 p.m. Fyzabad Anglican Secondary St. Joseph Convent San F’do Fyzabad
Point Fortin East Secondary Bye

Sun 14th

411 3:45 p.m. Pleasantville Secondary Point Fortin East Secondary Pleasantville
412 3:45 p.m. Penal Secondary Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Morne Diablo
St. Joseph Convent San F’do Bye

Tues. 16th

413 3:45 p.m. Point Fortin East Secondary Fyzabad Anglican Secondary Point Fortin
414 3:45 p.m. Penal Secondary St. Joseph Convent San F’do Morne Diablo
Pleasantville Secondary Bye

End of Round 2

Tobago Zone Girls Championship - September 2018

Sun. 09th

415 3:00 p.m. Bishop’s High School Mason Hall High School Mt. Pleasant Rec.
416 3:00 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Roxborough Secondary Signal Hill Rec.
417 3:00 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Speyside High School Black Rock Rec
418 3:00 p.m. Goodwood High School Signal Hill Secondary Goodwood Rec.

Thur. 13th

419 3:45 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Bishop’s High School Roxborough Sch.
420 3:45 p.m. Speyside High School Mason Hall High School Speyside Rec.
421 3:45 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Pentecostal Light & Life Signal Hill Sch.
422 3:45 p.m. Goodwood High School Scarborough Secondary Goodwood Rec

Sun. 16th

423 3:00 p.m. Bishop’s High School Speyside High School Mt. Pleasant Rec.
424 3:00 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Signal Hill Secondary Roxborough Sch.
425 3:00 p.m. Mason Hall High School Goodwood High School Plymouth Rec.
426 3:00 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Scarborough Secondary Signal Hill Rec.

Thur. 20th

427 3:45 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Bishop’s High School Signal Hill Sch.
428 3:45 p.m. Goodwood High School Speyside High School Goodwood Rec.
429 3:45 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Roxborough Secondary Black Rock Rec.
430 3:45 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Mason Hall High School Signal Hill Rec.

Sun. 23rd

431 3:00 p.m. Bishop’s High School Goodwood High School Mt. Pleasant Rec.
432 3:00 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Scarborough Secondary Signal Hill Sch.
433 3:00 p.m. Speyside High School Pentecostal Light & Life Speyside Rec.
434 3:00 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Mason Hall High School Roxborough Sch.

Thur. 27th

435 3:45 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Bishop’s High School Black Rock Rec.
436 3:45 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Goodwood High School Signal Hill Rec
437 3:45 p.m. Mason Hall High School Signal Hill Secondary Plymouth Rec.
438 3:45 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Speyside High School Roxborough Sch.

Sun. 30th

439 3:00 p.m. Bishop’s High School Pentecostal Light & Life Mt. Pleasant Rec.
440 3:00 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Mason Hall High School Black Rock Rec.
441 3:00 p.m. Goodwood High School Roxborough Secondary Goodwood Rec.
442 3:00 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Speyside High School Signal Hill Sch.

End of Round 1

Thur. 4th

443 3:45 p.m. Mason Hall High School Bishop’s High School Plymouth Rec.
444 3:45 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Pentecostal Light & Life Roxborough Sch.
445 3:45 p.m. Speyside High School Scarborough Secondary Speyside Rec.
446 3:45 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Goodwood High School Signal Hill Sch.

Sun 07th

447 3:00 p.m. Bishop’s High School Roxborough Secondary Mt. Pleasant Rec.
448 3:00 p.m. Mason Hall High School Speyside High School Plymouth Rec.
449 3:00 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Signal Hill Secondary Signal Hill Sch.
450 3:00 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Goodwood High School Black Rock Rec.

Thur. 11th

451 3:45 p.m. Speyside High School Bishop’s High School Speyside Rec.
452 3:45 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Roxborough Secondary Signal Hill Sch.
453 3:45 p.m. Goodwood High School Mason Hall High School Goodwood Rec.
454 3:45 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Pentecostal Light & Life Black Rock Rec.

Sun 14th

455 3:00 p.m. Bishop’s High School Signal Hill Secondary Mt. Pleasant Rec.
456 3:00 p.m. Speyside High School Goodwood High School Speyside Rec.
457 3:00 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Scarborough Secondary Roxborough Rec.
458 3:00 p.m. Mason Hall High School Pentecostal Light & Life Plymouth Rec

Thur. 18th

459 3:45 p.m. Goodwood High School Bishop’s High School Goodwood Rec.
460 3:45 p.m. Scarborough Secondary Signal Hill Secondary Black Rock Rec.
461 3:45 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Speyside High School Signal Hill Rec.
462 3:45 p.m. Mason Hall High School Roxborough Secondary Plymouth Rec.

Sun 21st

463 3:00 p.m. Bishop’s High School Scarborough Secondary Mt. Pleasant Rec.
464 3:00 p.m. Goodwood High School Pentecostal Light & Life Goodwood Rec.
465 3:00 p.m. Signal Hill Secondary Mason Hall High School Signal Hill Sch.
466 3:00 p.m. Speyside High School Roxborough Secondary Speyside Rec.

Thur. 25th

467 3:45 p.m. Pentecostal Light & Life Bishop’s High School Signal Hill Rec.
468 3:45 p.m. Mason Hall High School Scarborough Secondary Mt. Pleasant Rec.
469 3:45 p.m. Roxborough Secondary Goodwood High School Roxborough Sch.
470 3:45 p.m. Speyside High School Signal Hill Secondary Speyside Rec.

End of Round 2

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #15 on: September 13, 2018, 12:52:01 AM »
Secondary School Football - It's back again.
By Colin Murray (Guardian).


Ar­guably T&T's most ex­cit­ing and re­lent­less foot­ball league, the Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League (SS­FL), kicks off this af­ter­noon with a dou­ble­head­er at the Mar­vin Lee Sta­di­um in Ma­coyea. The SS­FL, for­mer­ly known as the Col­leges Foot­ball League, is not on­ly an­tic­i­pat­ed by play­ers, coach­es, teach­ers and par­ents, but al­so by a wide cross-sec­tion of past pupils of the var­i­ous schools.

Brag­ging rights be­come the norm as many of these past stu­dents sud­den­ly re­mem­ber their play­ing days, and can re­call when they scored with a shot from 35 yards out some 35 years ago.

Many al­so join the ride in sup­port of their al­ma mater through thick and thin.

The league has gone through many dif­fer­ent for­mats from zon­al win­ners play­ing each oth­er to de­cide the even­tu­al win­ners to the big 7 for­mats, to the now more ac­cept­ed 15 top schools from all zones com­pet­ing in 15 rounds of play to even­tu­al­ly de­cide the cham­pi­ons.

It is al­ways dif­fi­cult to as­sess a new sea­son and to de­cide which school can come out on top. One has to re­mem­ber the schools' top pri­or­i­ty is en­sur­ing the boys have a prop­er ed­u­ca­tion and hope­ful­ly most of them do well enough to go on from Form 5 to Sixth Form. This gives them an ad­di­tion­al two years in school and a fur­ther op­por­tu­ni­ty to rep­re­sent their school of choice. They al­so en­deav­our to make a good name for them­selves in the foot­ball are­na, si­mul­ta­ne­ous­ly se­cur­ing their pass­es for fur­ther ed­u­ca­tion.

Over the last few years, the schools from South Zone seem to have strength­ened their claims that the best school foot­ballers hail from the south as Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege San Fer­nan­do, Na­pari­ma Col­lege and Shi­va Boys' Hin­du Col­lege have each waltzed away with the Cham­pi­onship ti­tle. Shi­va Boys won the Na­tion­al In­ter­col in 2017 in some style af­ter they were rel­e­gat­ed from the Pre­mier di­vi­sion due to some in­com­pe­tent pa­per­work hand­ed over to the SS­FL. This was tough on their play­ers as they were an ex­treme­ly tal­ent­ed bunch.

I would ex­pect both Pre­sen­ta­tion and Na­pari­ma to again be fight­ing for top ho­n­ours as they both seem to have a very good de­vel­op­men­tal plan in place, so when the old­er boys leave school, the young­sters tak­ing their place are al­ready aware of what is ex­pect­ed of them.

St. An­tho­ny's Col­lege fin­ished 3rd in 2017 af­ter spec­u­la­tion they would fal­ter hav­ing lost their coach of umpteen years, but they have re­peat­ed­ly proved to be the top team from the North. I ex­pect them to be some­where near the top again as they have pro­duced good young play­ers over the years. The 3 peren­ni­al col­leges - Fa­ti­ma, St Mary's (CIC) and Queens Roy­al Col­lege (QRC) have not done well late­ly in the league. Fa­ti­ma was the best of the trio fin­ish­ing 4th just 2 points be­hind St An­tho­ny's. How­ev­er, they nev­er re­al­ly looked as if they would cop the ti­tle and in the end to fin­ish where they did was good. They need some dy­nam­ic play­ers to im­prove their po­si­tion. CIC and QRC were dis­ap­point­ing even though they fin­ished mid-ta­ble - 6th and 7th re­spec­tive­ly. They were far too in­con­sis­tent. In 2018, if they don't win games away from home more reg­u­lar­ly, I ex­pect them to fin­ish mid ta­ble again.

San Juan North did well again last year fin­ish­ing 5th and los­ing out on the Na­tion­al In­ter­col fi­nal. They need to show more fight in the league as they do in the In­ter­col. They seem to throw in the tow­el when things are not go­ing their way; let's hope in 2018 their at­ti­tude will be spot on from their open­ing game.

St. Bene­dict's and St. Au­gus­tine - two schools that once dom­i­nat­ed sec­ondary schools foot­ball - have fall­en on dif­fi­cult times and it was no sur­prise they end­ed on the same num­ber of points in the bot­tom half of the stand­ings. They both pos­sess good in­di­vid­ual tal­ent but lack prop­er team co­he­sion and un­less both schools can play as a team this year, they may strug­gle yet again.

Of the two Trin­i­ty Schools - the East team was far more tal­ent­ed than their Mo­ka coun­ter­parts. They had some gift­ed play­ers but missed too many chances and games they should have won, they ei­ther drew or lost. Mo­ka plod­ded along for re­sults and their main weapon is their home ad­van­tage; they must use it. Even when I played and coached a few years ago for Fa­ti­ma, I loathed go­ing up there. It is an ex­treme­ly dif­fi­cult ground for away teams and they must make it a fortress.

Cara­pichaima East Sec­ondary was the sur­prise pack­age last year and would have been dis­ap­point­ed with their 11th plac­ing. They had some good re­sults against the bet­ter teams but fal­tered against schools they ought to have beat­en. They need to learn to win ug­ly by grind­ing out re­sults.

The 3 pro­mot­ed schools - East Mu­cu­rapo, Va­len­cia Sec­ondary and Bish­op's High of To­ba­go should give a good ac­count of them­selves. His­tor­i­cal­ly, East Mu­cu­rapo has pro­duced ex­cit­ing play­ers so we will have to wait and see just how good they are. Va­len­cia did well in the In­ter­pol last year and can sur­prise us while I hope the To­ba­go school will come good in 2018.

I trust that the coach­es will en­sure the play­ers do the sim­ple ba­sics well - pass­ing, shoot­ing, trap­ping etc. Sounds easy, right? Let's wait and see.

Good luck to all schools!

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #16 on: September 13, 2018, 12:53:41 AM »
Valencia tangles with San Juan.
By Nigel Si­mon (Guardian).


110 schools kicks off SS­FL 2018

New­ly pro­mot­ed Va­len­cia Sec­ondary and peren­ni­al ti­tle-con­tenders San Juan North Sec­ondary will kick off the 2018 sea­son of the 15-team Shell/First Cit­i­zens Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League (SS­FL) in the open­ing match of a dou­ble-head­er at the Mar­vin Lee Sta­di­um, Ma­coya from 3.30pm to­day.

This will be fol­lowed by a clash be­tween Trin­i­ty Col­lege East and St Bene­dict's Col­lege at the same venue from 5.30pm be­fore the ten of the oth­er 11 teams kick off their cam­paign on Sat­ur­day, Au­gust 15, in­clud­ing de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege of San Fer­nan­do.

Mak­ing the an­nounce­ment on the start of the new sea­son was SS­FL Pres­i­dent, William Wal­lace at the launch of the new sea­son which was held at Fa­ti­ma Col­lege Au­di­to­ri­um, Mu­cu­rapo Road, yes­ter­day.

Dur­ing his ad­dress, Wal­lace, a for­mer na­tion­al se­nior foot­ball team man­ag­er said that it was wise to re­flect on the league past 50 years of sur­vival through the ded­i­ca­tion and stead­fast com­mit­ment of its mem­bers as well as cor­po­rate T&T.

Look­ing ahead, Wal­lace not­ed that while he was de­light­ed to see the con­tin­u­ous sup­port of its ma­jor spon­sors in Shell Lim­it­ed First Cit­i­zens, Dig­i­cel, Sports­max, and Co­ca-Co­la, he was hap­py to note that with­in the next cou­ple of days, he will be an­nounc­ing part­ner­ships with not one or two new spon­sors, but three.

He added, 'These ma­jor com­pa­nies com­ing on board will pro­vide sup­port to the Un­der-14 and Un­der-16 boys, Un­der-15 girls and the Se­nior Girls Di­vi­sions from 2018 and be­yond.

'In ad­di­tion, the Form One will al­so be spon­sored from 2018 and be­yond.

With re­gards to the Pre­mier Di­vi­sion, Wal­lace not­ed that the SS­FL was ready to set up its own Schol­ar­ship Pro­gramme for its play­ers.

'We are go­ing to be tak­ing an ac­tive role in our stu­dents who are in­ter­est­ed in schol­ar­ships and we have in place a Mem­o­ran­dum of Un­der­stand­ing (MOU) be­tween the SS­FL and Glob­al Pre­mier Soc­cer (GPS) which will help us with this.

Neil Hol­loway, gen­er­al man­ag­er in ex­plain­ing the aim of GPS, which has formed part­ner­ships with top Eu­ro­pean clubs FC Bay­ern Mu­nich and Va­len­cia CF stat­ed that the mis­sion of GPS is to be a leader in the de­vel­op­ment and growth of soc­cer across North Amer­i­ca and be­yond.

Hol­loway added, 'We will es­tab­lish an iden­ti­ty of ex­cel­lence as we pur­sue our path­way to suc­cess on and off the field, with our pri­ma­ry fo­cus be­ing the de­vel­op­ment of play­ers and peo­ple. We will de­vel­op play­ers who can com­pete at the high­est lev­el of soc­cer around the world."

Joe Bradley, own­er of GPS which is now in its 17th year of ex­is­tence made it clear that his com­pa­ny was in the spir­it of col­lab­o­ra­tions in the way of a re­source and sup­port struc­ture as they want to en­hance the brand of the SS­FL and its oth­er spon­sors.

And help­ing these play­ers to be scout­ed and seen by the 25 coun­tries across the Caribbean over the next three months of SS­FL ac­tion will be Sport­max and in the USA and Cana­da, CEEN TV.

Tanya Lee, Pres­i­dent of Mar­ket­ing of Sports­max not­ed that her com­pa­ny was very se­ri­ous about the SS­FL here in T&T and Schools Boys Foot­ball League in Ja­maica as the high school's sports in the re­gion are seen by Sports­max as their great­est in­vest­ment in Caribbean Youth.

Lee, al­so had some fan­tas­tic news for view­ers as she not­ed there will be a marked in­creased in the num­ber of match­es be­ing shown live on lo­cal tele­vi­sion, CNC3, which has made a com­mit­ment to broad­cast 21 match­es all live.

With re­spect to the SS­FL Girls In­ter-Col, Lee al­so stat­ed that for a sec­ond year run­ning Sports­max will al­so be broad­cast­ing the fi­nal live as part of its pack­age for the 2018 sea­son.

Ho­n­ourable An­tho­ny Gar­cia, Min­is­ter of Ed­u­ca­tion praised the SS­FL for con­tin­u­ing to give the na­tion's youth the op­por­tu­ni­ty to de­vel­op them­selves holis­ti­cal­ly.

Gar­cia point­ed out that there were 110 sec­ondary schools that are par­tic­i­pat­ing in all lev­els of the SS­FL from a to­tal of 135 schools, com­bin­ing for be­tween 13,000 and 14,000 boys and girls over­all.

In pay­ing cred­it to the coach­es, teach­ers and par­ents, Gar­cia re­mind­ed all that if the league is deemed as be­ing suc­cess­ful its means that the ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem in T&T is al­so suc­cess­ful.

Oth­er spon­sors speak­ing at the launch of the new sea­son in­clud­ed Tari Lovell, Spon­sor­ship Man­ag­er at Dig­i­cel Group; Kurt Headley, Head of Re­tail Bank­ing First Cit­i­zens; Kel­li-Marie Pa­tel, Ex­ter­nal Re­la­tions at Shell and An­tho­ny Lovelace, Se­nior Mar­ket­ing Co-Or­di­na­tor of Co­ca-Co­la.

Up­com­ing Match­es

To­day

Venue: Mar­vin Lee Sta­di­um, Ma­coya:

Va­len­cia Sec­ondary vs San Juan North Sec­ondary, 3.30pm

Trin­i­ty Col­lege East vs St Bene­dict's Col­lege, 5.30pm

On Sat­ur­day

Fa­ti­ma Col­lege vs Bish­op's High, Fa­ti­ma Col­lege Ground, Mu­cu­rapo, 3.40 pm

Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege vs Trin­i­ty Col­lege Mo­ka, Man­nie Ramjohn Sta­di­um, Mara­bel­la, 3.40pm

Queen's Roy­al Col­lege vs East Mu­cu­rapo Sec­ondary, QRC Ground, St Clair, 3.40 pm

St An­tho­ny's Col­lege vs St Au­gus­tine Sec­ondary, St An­tho­ny's Col­lege Ground, West­moor­ings, 3.40 pm

St Mary's Col­lege vs Na­pari­ma Col­lege, St Mary's Col­lege Ground, St Clair, 3.40 pm

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Tallman

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 20944
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #17 on: September 13, 2018, 11:57:22 AM »
Opportunities for scholarships abroad as SSFL partners with US group GPS
By Joel Bailey (T&T Newsday)


THE SECONDARY Schools Football League (SSFL) has announced a partnership with United States-based group Global Premier Soccer (GPS), which will benefit both SSFL players and coaches.

This announcement was made by Neil Holloway, general manager of GPS, during yesterday’s launch of the 2018 SSFL season, at Fatima College, Mucurapo.

“We want a long-standing relationship with the SSFL and the partners of the SSFL,” said Holloway.

And Holloway pointed out that he is seeking a minimum of 40 players to enrol in US universities and colleges.

The Global Premier Soccer, which was founded in 2001, is one of the largest and most successful football clubs in North America.

Its mission is to be a leader in the development and growth of the sport across North America and beyond. According to its website, “We will establish an identity of excellence as we pursue our pathway to success on and off the field, with our primary focus being the development of players and people.”

SSFL president William Wallace added, “GPS will provide the SSFL with a consistent and sustainable player pathway through their established US collegiate placement and US private school programmes, which provide a variety of tools to aid players and families in navigating their way through the application and placement process.”

He noted, “GPS will provide coaches education seminars, clinics, courses and licensing.”

Wallace also addressed some of the issues that plagued the SSFL last season.

Former champions Shiva Boys were docked 17 points and subsequently relegated from the Premier Division, after Kierron Mason and Matthew Beal were improperly registered.

The rules previously stipulated that players had to seek clearance from the SSFL to play in other leagues after August 31. Mason represented Marabella Crisis Centre in the TT Super League and Beal played for Siparia Angels in the Southern Football Association (SFA) on September 2 2017.

According to Wallace, “We have made an important change in our constitution.”

He revealed that players can play at the club level until their first SSFL game, which will hence make them ineligible for other tournaments outside of the SSFL.

Wallace said that deals would be announced within the next few days regarding sponsorship for the boys under-14, boys under-16, senior girls, girls under-15 and the form one divisions.

“We are of the belief that the top is as strong as the bottom, and that we need to strengthen the base in order to sustain the top,” said Wallace.

The former national men’s football team manager, added, “As we continue this journey, a journey which as a league we cannot deviate from, simply because for many of our youngsters it provides hope and – in many instances – a career path.”

Minister of Education Anthony Garcia admitted feeling a sense of nostalgia as he was back at the school in which he served as a principal from 2000-2009.

He urged the competing schools “that the joy is in the participation rather than the prize.”

“I’ll congratulate the (players) and the coaches, as well as your teachers and principals, for (their) commitment,” said Garcia.

Also speaking at yesterday’s launch were Tanya Lee, vice-president of marketing at Sportsmax; Tari Lovell, group sponsorship manager at Digicel; Kurt Headley, head of retail banking of First Citizens; Kelli-Marie Patel, external relations advisor at Shell; and Anthony Lovelace, senior marketing co-ordinator at Coca Cola.
The Conquering Lion of Judah shall break every chain.

Offline madness

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 518
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #18 on: September 13, 2018, 08:15:47 PM »
what happened to Malick School?

Offline amielisadore

  • Sr. Warrior
  • ****
  • Posts: 325
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #19 on: September 13, 2018, 08:54:11 PM »
what happened to Malick School?

They fight up in the Championship division.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #20 on: September 14, 2018, 12:43:50 AM »
San Juan whips newcomers Valencia 3-zip.
By Walter Alibey (Guardian).


New­com­ers to the Pre­mier Di­vi­sion of the Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League (SS­FL) Va­len­cia Sec­ondary re­ceived a bap­tism of fire in its open­ing match yes­ter­day at the Mar­vin Lee Sta­di­um in Ma­coya, go­ing down 0-3 to an ex­pe­ri­enced and well-oiled ma­chine in San Juan North Sec­ondary in the first game of a dou­ble­head­er.

Isa­iah Chase, Jer­ry Mor­ris and the pro­lif­ic Re­nal­do Boyce all beat Va­len­cia cus­to­di­an Ezekiel De Souza will bril­liant strikes, but it was more the team's com­bined ef­forts that stood out, cou­pled with the in­ex­pe­ri­ence of the Va­len­cia play­ers, all whom held the ball for un­nec­es­sar­i­ly long pe­ri­ods that of­ten land­ed them in prob­lems.

The game was just 15 min­utes old when Chase broke the Va­len­cia off-side trap and gal­loped on to a through ball be­fore lob­bing an on­rush­ing De Souza for the open­er. San Juan, the de­throned Co­ca Co­la In­ter­Col cham­pi­ons in 2017, showed their ex­pe­ri­ence by keep­ing the ball for long pe­ri­ods and launch­ing strate­gic at­tacks which led to its sec­ond goal.

Strik­er Mor­ris, who taunt­ed the Va­len­cia de­fence in the ear­ly mo­ments, was lat­er gift­ed his goal when de­fend­er Jerome Ar­rindell fum­bled the ball in the back and al­lowed Mor­ris to race clear of the de­fence on the right side be­fore fir­ing pow­er­ful­ly past De Souza to the far post in the 27th minute.

De­spite the in­ex­pe­ri­ence of its play­ers, how­ev­er, Va­len­cia had on­ly it­self to blame as play­ers seem more con­cerned with self-glo­ry, fail­ing to re­lease the ball in-spite of near­by sup­port. Oth­er­wise, they may well have a team to trou­ble their op­po­nents this sea­son.

Strik­er Dwight Yorke, one of just a few play­ers in the Va­len­cia ros­ter with star-stud­ded names, showed why the east­ern­ers can be a po­ten­tial threat when he was picked out un­marked out­side the San Juan area. The tal­ent­ed strik­er elud­ed two de­fend­ers on his way to goal but found him­self on his un­favoured right foot and fired a tame shot that did not trou­ble the San Juan goalie.

San Juan went to the break with a com­fort­able 2-0 ad­van­tage but when the match re­sumed, they re­ceived a scare when Yorke's long-range shot can­noned off the cross­bar be­fore bounc­ing to safe­ty.

San Juan could have put the game be­yond their op­po­nents reach, as they cre­at­ed a num­ber of chances that went a beg­ging.

They even­tu­al­ly sealed the win in the 72nd minute. Boyce, the school's lead­ing strik­er last year, pow­ered his way past two mark­ers in the cen­tre of the pitch, be­fore his blis­ter­ing low dri­ve flew past De Souza for max­i­mum points in the game.

The fea­tured match be­tween St Bene­dict's Col­lege and Trin­i­ty Col­lege east end­ed in a goal-less draw.

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #21 on: September 15, 2018, 03:11:36 AM »
Shell/F.C.B. Girls Big 5

October 2018 - Quarter Final

Thur. 25th

471 A North vs Central

Semi Finals

Sun. 28th

472 B Tobago vs East
473 C South vs Winner of A

Final - November 2018

Sun. 4th

474 D Winner of B vs Winner of C

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #22 on: September 15, 2018, 03:16:18 AM »
Girls Intercol 2018

Central Zone - November 2018

Semi Finals

Sun. 11th

475 A Central 2 vs Central 3 3:00 p.m. To be advised
476 B Central 1 vs Central 4 3:00 p.m. To be advised

Final

Wed. 14th

477 C Winner of A vs Winner of B 3:30 p.m. To be advised

East Zone

November 2018 - Quarter Finals

Sun. 11th

A East 1 Bye
B East 2 Bye
478 C East 3 vs East 6 3:00 p.m.
479 D East 4 vs East 5 3:00 p.m.

Semi Finals

Thur. 15th

480 E Winner of B vs Winner of D 3:00 p.m. To be advised
481 F Winner of A vs Winner of C 3:00 p.m. To be advised

Final

Sun. 18th

482 G Winner of E vs Winner of F 3:00 p.m. To be advised

North Zone - November 2018

Quarter Finals

Sun. 11th

A North 1 Bye
B North 2 Bye
483 C North 3 vs North 6 3:00 p.m.
484 D North 4 vs North 5 3:00 p.m.

Semi Finals

Thur. 15th 485 E Winner of B vs Winner of D 3:00 p.m. To be advised
486 F Winner of A vs Winner of C 3:00 p.m. To be advised

Final

Sun. 18th 487 G Winner of E vs Winner of F 3:00 p.m. To be advised

South Zone

November 2018 - Quarter Finals

Sun. 11th

A South 1 Bye
B South 2 Bye
C South 3 Bye
488 D South 4 vs South 5 3:00 p.m.

Semi Finals

Thur. 15th 489 E Winner of B vs Winner of D 3:00 p.m. To be advised
490 F Winner of A vs Winner of C 3:00 p.m. To be advised

Final

Sun. 18th 491 G Winner of E vs Winner of F 3:00 p.m. To be advised

Tobago Zone

November 2018 - ¼ Finals

Sun. 11th

492 A Tobago 1 Tobago 8 3:00 p.m.
493 B Tobago 2 Tobago 7 3:00 p.m.
494 C Tobago 3 Tobago 6 3:00 p.m.
495 D Tobago 4 vs Tobago 5 3:00 p.m.

Semi Finals

Thur. 15th

496 E Winner of B vs Winner of D 3:00 p.m. To be advised
497 F Winner of A vs Winner of C 3:00 p.m. To be advised

Final

Sun. 18th 498 G Winner of E vs Winner of F 3:00 p.m. To be advised

National

November 2018 - ¼ Final

Sun. 25th 499 A Tobago vs East 3:00 p.m. To be advised

Semi Finals

Thur. 29th

500 B South vs Central 3:00 p.m. To be advised
501 C North vs Winner of A 3:00 p.m. To be advised

Final - December 2018

Tues. 4th

502 D Winner of B vs Winner of C 3:00 p.m. To be advised

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #23 on: September 15, 2018, 03:18:35 AM »
2018 ZONAL COMPETITIONS

Form 1 – 13 and Under - November 2018

Sat. 10th

503 A Central vs South
504 B East vs North

Final

Thurs. 22nd

505 Winner of A vs Winner of B To be advised

Giants/14 and Under Division

Sat. 17th

506 A South vs East
507 B Central vs North

Final

Sat. 24th

508 Winner of A vs Winner of B To be advised

Juniors/16 and Under Division

Thur. 22nd

509 A South vs North
510 B East vs Central

Final

Wed. 28th

511 Winner of A vs Winner of B To be advised

Boys Senior/20 and Under Division

Sat. 17th

512 A North vs Central
513 B East vs South

Final

Sat. 24th 514 Winner of A vs Winner of B To be advised

Girls Senior/20 and Under Division

Sat. 17th

515 A North vs South
516 B Central vs East

Final

Sat. 24th

517 Winner of A vs Winner of B To be advised

Girls 15 and Under Division

Tues. 13th

518 A North vs East
B South Bye

Final

Tues. 20th 519 Winner of A vs Winner of B To be advised

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #24 on: September 16, 2018, 12:56:48 AM »
Champs Pres whips Trinity to start defence.
By Keith Clement (Guardian).


Reign­ing na­tion­al cham­pi­on Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege of San Fer­nan­do got the de­fence of its ti­tle off to a pos­i­tive start be­hind a 3-1 win over Trin­i­ty Col­lege, Mo­ka in the Shell/First Cit­i­zens Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League match played at the Man­nie Ran­john Sta­di­um, Mara­bel­la, yes­ter­day.

Win­ners of the new­ly for­mat­ted league last year to fol­low in the foot­steps of Na­pari­ma Col­lege and Shi­va Boys Hin­du Col­lege, the Shawn Coop­er-coached Pre­sen­ta­tion were joined on three points along­side San Juan North by Na­pari­ma, and St Au­gus­tine Sec­ondary, both vic­to­ri­ous on the road.

Jor­dan Ri­ley set the tone of the game with an 18th minute goal which is team took in­to the dress­ing room at half-time. Six min­utes fol­low­ing the re­sump­tion his team­mate Om­ri Baird ex­tend­ed the lead to 2-0 and to en­sure the op­po­si­tion was out of it Sha­keem Julien net­ted in the 87th minute. How­ev­er, the vis­i­tors had the last say when Kei Phillip got his name on the score sheet with an in ju­ry time goal in the 92nd minute.

Fa­ti­ma Col­lege through an own goal by Ja­heim Aguil­liera al­lowed Bish­op's to earn a 2-2 draw in their Sec­ondary Schools foot­ball en­counter at at Mu­cu­rapo last evening.

Fa­ti­ma the home team dom­i­nat­ed the game and took the lead in the third minute through Zachary Welch. Alzarius ali then dou­bled the lead in the 49th. Af­ter that Bish­op's start­ed to fight and Ku­ran Roberts got them on the score sheet in the 54th minute. Eleven min­utes lat­er Bish­op's would cel­e­brate again as Aguil­liera found his own net as the teams had to share the spoils.

In oth­er match­es, QRC fought back well af­ter ini­tial­ly tak­ing the lead to al­so earn a 2-2 draw with East Mu­cu­rapo Sec­ondary. QRC took the lead in as ear­ly as the 5th minute, be­fore Mu­cu­rapo skip­per Zion McLEad equalised in the 25th through a penal­ty. Mu­cu­rapo then took the lead thanks to an item by Sha­keem Wick­am in the 34th. At the half they en­joyed the lead be­fore QRC struck back in the 51st to lev­el the scores. Try as hard as they may both teams were un­able to break the dead­lock and the game end­ed 2-2.

Na­pari­ma Col­lege dom­i­nat­ed its clash against St. Mary's Col­lege at Ser­pen­tine Road de­spite throw­ing away many chances. Naps took the ear­ly lead through Seon Ship­ply and con­trolled the play for the most part there­after. How­ev­er, against the run of play, the host struck back, equal­is­ing just be­fore the half to share the half-time ho­n­ours. Up­on the re­sump­tion, Mark Ramdeen and Isa Bram­ble ex­tend­ed their ad­van­tage to se­cure all three points.

San Juan North Sec­ondary cur­rent­ly sit atop the 15-team ta­ble af­ter its open­ing day 3-0 de­feat of pro­mot­ed Va­len­cia Sec­ondary while Trin­i­ty Col­lege East and St Bene­dict’s drew goal­less in Thurs­day’s dou­ble-head­er at the Mar­vin Lee Sta­di­um, Ma­coya.

Yes­ter­day's Scores - Premier Division

Fa­ti­ma Col­lege 2 (Zachary Welch, Azrius Ali) vs Bish­op’s High School 2 (Ku­ran Robert, own goal -Jahiem Aguil­liera)

Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege 3 (Jor­dan Ri­ley, Om­ri Baird, Sha­keem Julien) vs Trin­i­ty Col­lege Mo­ka 1 (Kei Phillip)

Q.R.C. 2 vs East Mu­cu­rapo Sec­ondary 2 (Zion McLeod, Sha­keem Wick­am)

St. An­tho­ny’s Col­lege 2 vs St. Au­gus­tine Sec­ondary 4

St. Mary’s Col­lege 1 (Spicer) Na­pari­ma Col­lege 3 (Seon Ship­ply, Mark Ramdeen, Isa Bram­ble)

Boys’ Cham­pi­onship Di­vi­sion re­sults

North Zone

Tran­quil­li­ty Sec­ondary 2 vs Blan­chisseuse Sec­ondary 2

Diego Mar­tin Cen­tral 4 vs St Fran­cis Col­lege 1

East Zone

San­gre Grande Sec­ondary 2 vs Holy Cross Col­lege 2

Ari­ma North Sec­ondary 5 vs Mal­abar Sec­ondary 0

El Do­ra­do West 2 vs El Do­ra­do East 1

South Zone

Pleas­antville Sec­ondary 5 vs Fyz­abad An­gli­can Sec­ondary 0

Moru­ga Sec­ondary 4 vs Princes Town West Sec­ondary 0

To­ba­go Zone

Ma­son Hall 3 vs Pen­te­costal Light & Life 0

Spey­side High 2 vs Good­wood Sec­ondary 2

Cen­tral Zone

Gas­par­il­lo Sec­ondary 2 vs Cou­va East Sec­ondary 1

Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege 4 vs Preysal Sec­ondary 2

Ch­agua­nas North Sec­ondary 6 vs Cunu­pia Sec­ondary 0

RELATED NEWS

Pres Lions win SSFL opener.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Newsday).


PRESENTATION College San Fernando began their defence of the Secondary Schools Football League Premier Division yesterday with a 3-1 win over Trinity College Moka at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

The “Lions” made light work of their opponents with national junior beach soccer players Jordan Riley and Omri Baird scoring one goal each and Shakeem Julien sealing the result in the 87th minute.

Trinity East scored a consolation goal with Kai Phillip on target in the second minute of injury time.

The schools from South were well represented yesterday as a well-organised Naparima College sealed a 3-1 away win over St Mary’s College in St Clair.

Naps, led by former national midfielder Angus Eve, walked all over St Mary’s and could have won the match by five goals had luck not been with the “Saints”.

Eve’s team took a lead in the 20th minute through Seon Shippley before St Mary’s equalised ten minutes later with a brilliant effort from Tyrese Spricer.

Naps commanded the second half and got ahead again in the 53rd minute via an effort from Mark Ramdeen.

With 15 minutes left, Isa Bramble made it 3-1 Naps.

In other results, North Zone teams Queen’s Royal College and St Anthony’s shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw, the same result recorded in the match-up between Fatima College and Bishop’s High. Meanwhile, host team St Anthony’s College were mauled 4-2 by another possible title contender, St Augustine Secondary.

The league kicked off on Thursday with San Juan North Secondary recording a 3-0 win over Valencia Secondary and Trinity College East playing to a goalless draw with St Benedict’s College.

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Tallman

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 20944
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #25 on: September 19, 2018, 06:03:45 PM »
Results from Matchday #2

The Conquering Lion of Judah shall break every chain.

Offline Cocorite

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 2175
  • John 5:24
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #26 on: September 19, 2018, 06:47:05 PM »
T&T improving . . .Nice
Socawarriors Need A Winning Mentality

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #27 on: September 20, 2018, 01:53:22 AM »
Pres Sando register second straight win.
By Joel Bailey (Newsday).


PRESENTATION San Fernando registered their second straight win to move to the top spot of the 2018 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division.

The defending champions notched their second straight 3-1 result, over Carapichaima East at Union Hall, Marabella.

Jordan Riley gave Presentation a sixth minute lead and Carapichaima compounded matters when Brandon St Clair scored an own goal in the 55th.

Jaiye Shepherd netted Presentation’s third item in the 70th but Keilon Burnett pulled one back in the 79th.

National youth team midfielder John-Paul Rochford netted a pair to guide QRC to a 2-0 victory over newcomers Valencia at the QRC Ground, St Clair.

St Anthony’s rebounded from Saturday’s 4-2 loss to St Augustine with a 3-1 victory away to Bishop’s High in Tobago. Also in winners’ row yesterday were Trinity Moka, who edged Fatima 1-0 at Maraval.

Kurdell Sween and Terrell Wiley were the goal-getters for Trinity East, but they could only manage a 2-2 draw away to St Augustine.

At the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella, St Benedict’s and St Mary’s played to a 1-1 draw. Devon Charles gave St Mary’s a 37th minute lead but Yahtham Henry equalised in the 77th.

Naparima were held to a goalless draw by East Mucurapo at Lewis Street, San Fernando.

Round Three matches in the Premier Division will be contested on Saturday.

RELATED NEWS

Pres makes it two in a row.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Gus­tine, Naps held in Pre­mier Div

De­fend­ing cham­pi­on Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege of San Fer­nan­do moved in­to sole pos­ses­sion of top spot in the Pre­mier Di­vi­sion of the Shell/First Cit­i­zens Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League (SS­FL) with a 3-1 whip­ping of Cara­pichaima East Sec­ondary at Guaracara Park, Pointe-a-Pierre, yes­ter­day.

Start­ing the day lev­elled on three points with St Au­gus­tine Sec­ondary, Na­pari­ma Col­lege and idle San Juan North Sec­ondary, Pre­sen­ta­tion got a goal each from Jor­dan Ri­ley, Sha­keem Julien and Om­ri Baird, just as they did in the open­ing round win over Trin­i­ty Col­lege of Mo­ka, to lead 3-0 at the half-time whis­tle against Cara­pichaima East. It was Cara­pichaima’s first match of the sea­son.

The sec­ond-half saw a much im­proved de­fen­sive ef­fort from the Cen­tral Zone school, who man­aged to pull a goal back, how­ev­er, the dam­age was al­ready done in the first 45 min­utes by Pre­sen­ta­tion to im­prove to max­i­mum six points af­ter two match­es, two ahead of for­mer two-time cham­pi­on Na­pari­ma Col­lege, St Au­gus­tine Sec­ondary and Queen’s Roy­al Col­lege (QRC).

Na­pari­ma was held to a goal­less draw by East Mu­cu­rapo Sec­ondary at its Lewis Street, San Fer­nan­do home ground while the “Green Ma­chine” of St Au­gus­tine need­ed a goal four min­utes in­to time added on from Ke­sean St Rose to earn a 2-2 at home with East Zone ri­val, Trin­i­ty Col­lege East.

Do­ri­an Samp­son scored in the 29th minute for “Gus­tine” to lead 1-0 at the half-time in­ter­val as they looked to build on the 4-2 open­ing win against St An­tho­ny’s Col­lege.

How­ev­er, on the re­sump­tion, Kerdell Sweeen (55th) and Ter­rell Wi­ley (73rd) got items for the vis­i­tors to si­lence the home crowd, un­til St Rose struck at the death for a share of the spoils.

Over in To­ba­go at Ply­mouth Recre­ation Ground, St An­tho­ny’s Col­lege got two late goals in a 3-1 de­feat of Bish­op’s High School.

The trio of Zion Williams, Omari Williams and Khiesa Granger were all on tar­get for the “West­moor­ing Tigers” to can­cel out Do­minique Lyons’ re­ply for the hosts.

At QRC ground in St Clair, na­tion­al Un­der-20 stand­out John-Paul Rochford got both goals to lead the Roy­alians past pro­mot­ed Va­len­cia Sec­ondary while up at Mo­ka, Mar­aval, Kai Phillip’s 35th-minute strike se­cured all three points for Trin­i­ty Col­lege Mo­ka over Fa­ti­ma.

In the day’s oth­er fix­ture, St Bene­dict’s Col­lege and St Mary’s bat­tled to a 1-1 draw at the Man­nie Ramjohn Sta­di­um, Mara­bel­la.

« Last Edit: September 20, 2018, 01:55:59 AM by Flex »
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Tallman

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 20944
    • View Profile
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #28 on: September 22, 2018, 04:08:51 PM »
The Conquering Lion of Judah shall break every chain.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 14778
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Re: 2018 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #29 on: Yesterday at 12:06:16 AM »
Champs 'Pres' edges Saints 1-0.
By Walter Alibey (Guardian).


Reign­ing cham­pi­on Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege got a sin­gle goal from Aleem Barkley to main­tain its win­ning streak in 1-0 win against St Mary's Col­lege (CIC) in round three ac­tion in the Pre­mier Di­vi­sion of the Shell/First Cit­i­zens Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League (SS­FL), yes­ter­day.

En­ter­ing the match with an un­blem­ished record away at CIC ground on Ser­pen­tine Road, St Clair, the south­ern­ers left it un­til late be­fore Barkley found the nets in the 78th minute, which puts them on top the stand­ing on nine points from three wins in as many match­es.

Its clos­est ri­val, Na­pari­ma Col­lege, was much more con­vinc­ing at Guaracara Park, Point-A-Pierre, thrash­ing St Bene­dict's Col­lege 3-1 to move to sev­en points.

Af­ter a 1-1 tie in its last match, coach An­gus Eve's boys made sure of max­i­mum points this time around. They opened the scor­ing in the 37th minute from Mark Ramdeen for a 1-0 half-time ad­van­tage but failed to stop Jabari Jones from find­ing the equalis­er in the 71st minute.

Lat­er, how­ev­er, "Naps" as they are pop­u­lar­ly called, re­stored their ad­van­tage when Seon Ship­p­ley beat the Bene­dict's goal­keep­er in the 83rd minute. And on the stroke of reg­u­la­tion time, Isa Bram­ble drilled the nail in­to Bene­dict's cof­fin with his item.

At San Juan North School grounds, the home team came out from a bye in the last round of match­es to whip Bish­op's High School of To­ba­go 4-2 and main­tain its clean sheet so far.

Isa­iah Chase and Re­nal­do Boyce, who were among the goalscor­ers in a 3-0 win against Va­len­cia Sec­ondary at the Mar­vin Lee Sta­di­um a week ago, again found the net yes­ter­day, to add to oth­er items by Elair Brew­ster and Chris­t­ian Mitchell in the win­ning ef­fort.

At St Au­gus­tine, the home team got a sin­gle goal from Ke­sean St Rose in the 30th minute to turn back a bat­tling Queen's Roy­al Col­lege (QRC) 1-0 and take them to sev­en points from two wins and a tie.

RELATED NEWS

‘Pres’ edge St Mary’s to remain top.
By Jelani Beckles (Newsday).


DEFENDING champions Presentation College, San Fernando remained perfect in the 2018 Premier Division Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) with victory in round three, yesterday.

Presentation are two points clear at the top of the standings, after edging St Mary’s College 1-0 at the latter’s school ground in St Clair. It was a competitive day of football, as five of the seven matches were decided by one goal.

Presentation’s southern rivals Naparima College are second on the standings, after a 3-1 win over fellow southerners St Benedict’s College at Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre. Mark Ramdeen gave Naps the lead in the 37th minute, before Jabari Jones equalised for St Benedict’s in the 71st minute. The match seemed to be heading for a draw, but late goals from Seon Shippley in the 83rd and Isa Bramble in the 90th gave Naparima the win to keep pressure on Presentation.

Valencia remained at the bottom of the standings after suffering a narrow 3-2 loss to Trinity College at the latter’s school ground in Moka. Ezekiel Desousa and Jardel Carter scored for Valencia, but goals from Kai Phillip, Mulik Duke and Menes Jahra gave Trinity the victory.

In other results, Carapichaima East Secondary got past East Mucurapo Secondary 3-2, Trinity College East edged Fatima College 1-0, San Juan North Secondary took care of Bishop’s High 4-2 and St Augustine Secondary are now third with a 1-0 win over Queen’s Royal College. St Anthony’s College were on a bye yesterday.

Round four will be played on Wednesday.

The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.