The BGTT/First Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Football League Big Four competition is set to kick off today with semi-final number one being played at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar.
Secondary Schools - Girls
The quartet of Scarborough, Diego Martin Central, St Augustine, and Fyzabad all won to move closer to capturing their respective zonal titles when the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Girls Championship Division continued on Sunday.
The action may be heating up in the boys' division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) but they aren't the only ones in the thick of the action as the girls division kicked off last Sunday with action in the north and south zones.
The Tour of Tobago may have stolen most of the sporting headlines on Sunday, but that didn't stop the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) girls division from rolling on across the country.
FYZABAD HUMILIATED San Fernando East 11-0 on Sunday as the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Girls’ Championship Division kicked off on Sunday.
Lloysha Simon scored a hat-trick to lead Mason Hall to a commanding 7-0 beating of host Speyside when matches in the Tobago Zone of the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Girls Championship Division continued on Sunday.
Young female football players of the St Augustine Secondary School yesterday got some invaluable coaching lessons from world renowned female football star Rachel Yankey.
ACTION continued in the BGTT/First Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Football League as the goals rained down in the South Zone, when Fyzabad Secondary and Point Fortin East Secondary scored 16 goals between them in their massive wins over San Fernando East Secondary and St Joseph's Convent San Fernando, respectively.
The highly anticipated match between the Unofficial Tobago SSFL girls All-stars and Panorama Ridge Secondary School ended with the Tobago girls edging out their Canadian counterparts 2-1 at the Courland Recreational Park, Black Rock on Saturday.