Tobago’s youth football was put in a great light yesterday as both their boys and girls teams were on song in whipping their opponents as matches in the Big-16 of the Atlantic Primary Schools football league kicked off at the Dwight Yorke Stadium.
Primary Schools Football League
The Atlantic Primary Schools Big-16 football will kick off on Thursday in Tobago with a double header. This was revealed at the official draw yesterday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.
The Tobago Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Primary School Football Association will officially kick off its season at the Dwight Yorke Stadium on September 26.
A HAT-TRICK of goals from Giovanni Gordon propelled Eastern Boys Government to an emphatic 4-1 win over last year’s winners and six-time champions, Carenage Government Primary in the finals of the Port of Spain and environs, Atlantic-sponsored Primary Schools Football League yesterday.
The Arima Boys’ RC School celebrated its 125th anniversary at the conclusion of 2011, a very historic feat for a prestigious school. In this 125th year of serving the community and the country, Arima Boys RC has continued to achieve outstanding successes in keeping with its illustrious past.
Six-time champions Carenage Government School marched into the final of the Atlantic sponsored Primary School Football League, with a hard-fought 2–1 win over St Agnes Anglican School at the Queen’s Park Savannah, yesterday.
National Women’s coach Marlon Charles was the man with the idea behind the staging of the recent Girls Football Festival hosted by the TTFF for Primary Schools at the Marvin Lee Stadium and the TTFF coaching instructor believes that local women’s football stands to benefit from exercises like that which saw over 200 players having the opportunity to interact with senior team players and coaches during the one day festival.
Champions Carenage Government will take on St Agnes Anglican in one of two Atlantic LNG Port of Spain Primary Schools Football League semifinals, at the Queen’s Park Savannah, today from 10 am.
EAMON MULVEY, the 9-10 age group coach at Manchester United, expressed his delight with the natural and raw talent of the local primary school footballers who featured at the Atlantic Football and Life Skills Development Camp.