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Presentation College’s Matthew Joseph, right, in action against St Anthony’s earlier this season.

Presentation College San Fernando did not disappoint in their second-to-last game of the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) yesterday, hammering Trinity College East 6-0 at home to hold on to a mathematical chance of winning the title.

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PROMOTED! East Mucurapo Secondary captain Kevon Edwards, second from left, celebrates with his teammates following their victory over Valencia Secondary during SSFL Championship division action last Sunday. East Mucurapo was promoted to the Premier Division following their win over Chaguanas North Secondary, yesterday. Photo by:Chevaughn Christopher/CA-images.

East Mucurapo and Valencia Secondary and Bishop’s High Schools have been guaranteed promotion to next year’s Secondary School’s Football League (SSFL) Premiership Division following favourable results in their penultimate round of matches in the Championship Division Boys Big- 5 Tournament, yesterday.

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The 2017 edition of the Secondary Schools Football League has arguably been the most controversial ever with one team being kicked out of the league and the reigning champions Shiva Boys losing points due to fielding a player improperly registered. On Friday, the Fraud Squad visited Fyzabad Secondary as their investigations into the false CSEC passes of two of their footballers widened. The players were accepted into Form Six but did not have the required passes until their certificates were tampered with.

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Shiva Boys Hindu College moved to fourth on the standing when they edged St Mary’s College 1-0 in the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League at Morne Diablo Recreation Ground yesterday.

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Lukeman Brooks sank four goals to pilot host San Juan North Secondary School past Speyside High, 6-1, in the Premier Division contest of the Shell/First Citizen Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL), yesterday.

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