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CAPTAINS ON SHOW: From left to right, Ria Dos Santos (Bishop’s Anstey), Latiffa Pascall (Pleasantville), Renaldo Boyce (San Juan North) and Juda Garcia (Shiva Boys) occupy centre stage at the InterCol Finals launch yesterday at Hasely Crawford Stadium.

Sponsors announce goodies for fans ahead of Monday’s finals

For the very first time, the national Girls’ InterCol final will be broadcast live throughout the Caribbean on Sportsmax television, alongside the Boys’ final.

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St Mary’s Trey La Motte controls the ball ahead of Signal Hill’s Jelani James (#8) during the Intercol National Quarterfinal yesterday at Plymouth Recreational Grounds, Tobago.

Signal Hill Secondary advanced to the Coca-Cola National Inter-Col semi-finals yesterday, following a 1 nil victory over St Mary’s College (C.I.C) at the Plymouth Recreational Ground in Plymouth, Tobago.

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Photo: Signal Hill Secondary captain Akil Frank (right) slips the ball past East Mucurapo player Joshua Constantine during SSFL Premier Division action at Moka on 14 September 2016. ...(Courtesy Sean Morrison/Wired868)

If there is just one thing you can say for certain about Akil Frank, it is that he is determined to make it big on the international football scene. And the 19-year-old Signal Hill Secondary School football captain looks like he does have a very promising future in football.

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