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Pres, Marabella, Chaguanas move on in South, Central.
« on: November 07, 2006, 04:29:22 AM »
Pres, Marabella, Chaguanas move on in South, Central.
By: Kwame Williams (Guardian).
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Keidel Glasgow got a double for Chaguanas Senior Comprehensive, as it cruised into the semifinal round of the RBTT Central Zone Intercol competition with a 4-0 win over Tabaquite yesterday at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.
Chaguanas had the victory in the bag by half-time, holding a 3-0 lead on Glasgow’s double and one goal from Machel James.
Jermaine Pierre sealed the lid on a comprehensive triumph when he added a fourth.
Glasgow and company will now face zonal champion Carapichaima, who were on a bye, on Friday.
Marabella Junior Secondary were also comfortable winners, thumping Union Claxton Bay 5-0, in the match prior to Chaguanas’.
Aitkien Wright scored twice, getting goals in each half, with Isiah Moore, Akil Zephraine and Shaundel Campbell notching the other three items.
Marabella will take on Presentation, who drubbed Senior Division champ Waterloo High School 8-1.
Jesse Stewart and Dwayne Nicome got two goals apiece for “Pres”, while Zeron Forte, Kareem Joseph, Antonio Amarusso and Derron Jacks got one each. Wendell Archibald got Waterloo’s lone goal.

Central Intercol

Marabella 5 (Isaiah Moore, Aitkien Wright 2, Akil Zephraine, Shaundel Campbell) vs UCB 0.

Tabaquite 0 vs Chaguanas 4 (Keidel Glasgow 2, Jermaine Pierre, Machel James).

Presentation 8 (Jesse Stewart 2, Kareem Joseph, Dwayne Nicome 2, Antonio Amarusso, Zerron Forte, Derron Jacks) vs Waterloo High 1 (Wendell Archibald).
El Do, San Juan advance to semis.
By: Rachael Thompson-King (Guardian).
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Kerria Latapy’s double yesterday in the opening match of double-header at Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar ensured El Dorado Senior Comprehensive that it was the first team to advance to the semifinal of the zonal RBTT InterCol.
The “Blue Thunder” defeated Malabar Composite 4-1.
Latapy got on the scorecard first, netting his item in the 27th minute but Malabar created an opening five minutes before the half. Jevon Gentle (40th) scored the equaliser.
Play continued in the second session with El Dorado making good on its chances at goal.
The El Dorado team became more aggressive behind the leadership of Latapy. He scored his team’s second goal in the 61st minute to give “El Do” a 2-1 edge.
The other two goals came from off the feet of Akeen Lynch in 77th and Marlon Ali put the icing on the cake in the 90th.
The “El Do” footballers now move on to play San Juan next Tuesday.
San Juan Secondary Comprehensive booked its place in the semifinals escaping with a 3-1 win in extra time over Arima Senior Comprehensive, in other East Zone match.
The other quarter-finals matches will be played tomorrow. Toco Composite plays Hillview College from 3 pm and East champion St Augustine Senior Comprehensive meets Trinity East at 5 pm.
Trinity secured its spot in the InterCol quarter-final after beating Brazil High 3-0 on penalties on Saturday after the scores were ties at one at the end of regulation time in the Secondary School Football League senior division.

Results

El Dorado 4 (Kerria Latapy 27th, 61st, Akeen Lynch 77th, Marlon Ali 90th) vs Malabar 1 (Jevon Gentle 40th).

San Juan 3 (Keston Jackie, Mollaneau Fidel, Akeem Holder) vs Arima 1.
Action heats up in North, Tobago.
T&T Express Reports.
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RBTT Inter-Col action heats up today as BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) North Zone champions Mucurapo Senior Comp battle against Diego Martin Government Secondary at the Hasely Crawford Stadium from 5 p.m.
After a sour defeat to St Augustine Senior Comprehensive on penalties in the SSFL Big Five competition last week, Compre will be hoping to regroup for the Intercol competition, where they cannot afford to slip up as every game is a virtual final.
Mucurapo lost against a weak Trinity College in the last league game of the season, but rebounded well for the Big Five games.
They continue to have problems in "big game" situations and that will be the top priority for coach Selris Figaro.
St Anthony's College will also be in action at the Hasely Crawford Stadium against Queen's Royal College (QRC) in the first game of the double-header from 3 p.m.
QRC have been in a battle against relegation throughout the season but finished the league above last place St Mary's College. The Royalians will be looking to put their poor league form behind them and salvage some pride from an otherwise dismal season.
St Anthony's finished in a strong fourth place in the North Zone and will be looking for redemption as they to try to salvage their season and recreate the form of the past teams which won back-to-back Intercol North Zone titles in 2001 and 2002.
And in Tobago, Roxborough Composite will also be looking to put their poor league performances behind them as they take on Bishop's High at the Dwight Yorke Stadium from 3.30 p.m.
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Re: Pres, Marabella, Chaguanas move on in South, Central.
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2006, 09:27:44 PM »
that was a great  goal from the kid from Waterloo who scored from almost halfline against pres chaguanas.....wow that was nice check it out www.schoolsoccernet.com

 

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