Moruga Secondary, Pleasantville Secondary, Tranquillity Secondary and Diego Martin North Secondary all progressed to the zonal quarter-finals when the 2016 Coca-Cola InterCol competition kicked off yesterday.
Secondary Schools - Boys
PRESIDENT of Trinidad and Tobago Anthony Carmona told the young footballers at Shiva Boys Hindu College the importance of hard work and determination when the team became the first Secondary School football team to get invited to the Office of the President in St Ann’s, yesterday.
ST BENEDICT’S College Premier Division football coach Leonson Lewis is praising his players for their fighting spirit and said it is the best group of players he has ever coached.
The 2016 Coca-Cola Boys InterCol competition will kick off today, with preliminary round action in the North and South Zones, respectively.
Trinity College East will attempt to regain entry into the top tier Premiership Division of the First Citizens/Shell Secondary Schools Football League today, following their triumph in the Championship Division in the East Zone.
Malick Secondary stayed in contention for promotion to the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Premier Division with a 1-0 win over Speyside Secondary in their Championship Division Big 5 clash in Diego Martin, yesterday.
Queen’s Royal College were relegated from the Premier Division of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) yesterday, succumbing to a 4-0 defeat at home to St Anthony’s College.
Shiva Boys Hindu College could be set for more glory as the Coca-Cola InterCol competition kicks off this week.
And then there were five. The Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Championship Division Big Five will kick off tomorrow.