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'Tigers' sneak past 'El Do' to Big 5 semis
« Reply #120 on: November 02, 2011, 02:17:06 PM »
'Tigers' sneak past 'El Do' to Big 5 semis
By Kern De Freitas (T&T Express)


They could not describe their victory as a mauling. But St Anthony's College left nine-man El Dorado nursing their wounds from a 2-0 loss yesterday in the second BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League "Big Five" semi-final.

Jamali Garcia set "El Do" back with an 80th minute penalty after defender Justin Fournillier handled in the area and got a straight red card.

And two minutes later striker Garvin Samaroo finished the job with a smart run to put his team in consecutive Big Five finals.

St Anthony's will now meet Carapichaima in tomorrow's final from 5 p.m. at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva in a match between the only remaining unbeaten teams.

The first half could not separate the teams and perhaps rightly so. The Tigers' attacking flair caused a few headaches for the El Dorado defence, but at the other end they had to be watchful of Shaquille Bertrand and company, who looked assured and dangerous peeling forward on the break from midfield.

Both teams paid the opponents every respect in defence, although the Westmoorings outfit had the edge in the number of attempts on goal.

Kiel Pierre, in particular, impressed for St Anthony's with his searching runs in right midfield, while Keane McIvor also provided good support from the opposite flank.

El Dorado's best efforts came from the right and through the centre, including Bertrand's drive that St Anthony's goalkeeper, the dimunitive Jamaal Francois, had to tip one handed round his near post.

St Anthony's finished the first half stronger, but the score still read 0-0 at the break.

It was more Tigers after the resumption. In the first ten minutes of the second half they had three clear chances, including a drive from Samaroo that somehow Lucas was able to clear.

Dwight Quintero should have put El Dorado ahead in the 63rd on the fast break, yet completely missed the ball, even with Bertrand for support.

The match turned St Anthony's way for good once Fournillier handled off a corner trying to prevent Samaroo's header and Garcia chipped home the spotkick past Hakeem Lucas, the El Dorado goalkeeper.

Samaroo exploited the man advantage two minutes later, skipping past two men and driving home a ball that Lucas palmed into the far post.

Midfielder Keron Bethelemy was the second match casualty for El Do as he saw a second yellow in the 89th.

The Tunapuna team would have been disappointed to lose out after all their hard work, but the Tigers will march on.
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #121 on: November 02, 2011, 02:47:55 PM »
Hard luck Caps, St Anthony's taking this one
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #122 on: November 02, 2011, 02:50:40 PM »
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #123 on: November 03, 2011, 05:22:08 AM »
Carapichaima chase first Big Five title.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Guardian).


The BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Girls and Boys Big Five finals will take place with in a double-header, this afternoon at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva from 3 pm.

The opening fixture will see an exciting girls match-up as East Zone champions El Dorado East Secondary takes on South Zone and Intercol defending champions Debe Secondary.

In the second fixture, unbeaten North Zone winners, St Anthony’s College, will challenge a similarly dominant Carapichaima East Secondary from 5 pm.

The El Dorado girls made it to the final, following a famous 2-1 victory over a crafty St Francois team at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Wrightson Road on Tuesday.

National attacker Patrice Campbell scored a double in the fixture, while Della Joseph, St Francois’ top scorer got the consolation goal for the losing team.

The will meet a Debe team, which have won the South Zone league, Nationals and Intercol, last season. Debe were 3-0 winners over Roxborough at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, on Monday.

Kayla Taylor and captain Patrice Vincent found a goal each in the encounter, while Rae-Ann Montano also chipped in with a rare item.

Leading up to today’s girls match-up, El Dorado coach of ten years, Chet Hewitt said that his team is aware of the Debe attacking threat, but are prepared going into the match.

“I’m aware that they’re a strong team, and the team is somewhat wary of the experience that players such as Kayla Taylor and Vincent (Patrice) possesses.”

Hewitt said that he is likely to start their attacking starlet Campbell alone up front, but changes may be made to surprise the opponents.

Campbell, before second a double on Tuesday, was on target five times in the Intercol North/East Semi-Finals, against Arima North, over the weekend.

Carapichaima, which won the Central Zone three times consecutively, will have a full team fit for their encounter against St Anthony’s.

The team’s coach and former national player, Leon Carpette, said that as long as his team plays according to plan, they can emerge with a victory. Carpette insisted that communication is vital for his team.

“Once they can listen from us at the side-lines and they talk amongst themselves, as well as keeping observant on the pitch, we can have an edge.”

Carpette continued saying, “But it comes down to the will and desire to win.” The 1970’s national team veteran said that having the heart to win, is what traditionally got footballers to the top of the game.

Carapichaima will face a St Anthony’s team, which are yet to lose or even drop points in any of their matches this season. The “Tigers” have found 13 different goalscorers from every position of the pitch, minus the goalkeeper this season.

St Anthony’s coach, Nigel Grosvenor is confident that his team will come away with the win. He said that his intentions are to have his team finish the season undefeated, winning both the Big Four and the Intercol titles.

'El Do' girls to meet Debe in final.
By Kern De Freitas (Express).


El Dorado East Secondary earned the right to meet Debe Secondary in tomorrow's BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) girls' final with a narrow 2-1 win yesterday over St Francois Girls College.

At the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Patrice Campbell scored on either side of half-time and even though Dhaakira Solomon headed in for St Francois in the 79th, it was too little too late to pull things back.

But it was hardly a walkover for El Dorado, who met a stern St Francois test before Campbell got the insurance goal in the 74th minute.

Campbell opened the scoring in the fourth minute, capping off a nice solo run on the left with a deadly finish past Darya Rodriguez low into the far corner.

Campbell also hit the far upright from the same position in the same period, but St Francois had more of the raids without the required finishing.

They could have levelled it, but for a miss from point-blank range in the final minute of the first half of the 80-minute encounter.

The second half saw St Francois dominate the midfield, but they failed to find that final shot that would beat El Dorado goalkeeper Sherese Bishop.

Twice Campbell was thwarted by the St Francois defence in the second period, but she made sure another chance would not go a-begging late with a nice fast break and composed finish worthy of her joyful celebration which followed.

St Francois pulled one back with a pinpoint, close-range header by Solomon off the feed from right winger Astride Joseph, easily St Francois's best player in the game.

But it was too late by then for St Francois to pull back the match.
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #124 on: November 03, 2011, 10:52:26 PM »
TIGERS TRIUMPH


St Anthony's edge Carapichaima in SSFL Big Five final
By Roger Seepersad

Story Created: Nov 3, 2011 at 11:54 PM ECT

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St Anthony's College were crowned new BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) "Big Five" champions after defeating Carapichaima 1-0 in an action-packed final at Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva yesterday.

The Westmoorings "Tigers" took the lead in the seventh minute and kept the pressure on Carapichaima for most of the game to seal the result and secure their first SSFL national title since their InterCol win in 2004.

It was Darryl Trim's early goal after a steady build-up from midfield that eventually made the difference and handed the Tigers their first "Big Five" trophy since 2003.

He collected the ball in front of goal and buried his shot past a helpless Djevon Archibald between the posts for Carapichaima.

The "Tigers" controlled the momentum of the game from then, on forcing Carapichaima  to defend deep in their half, but even with periods of heavy pressure, St Anthony's could not double their lead.

Trim was again in the thick of things 25 minutes later, this time passing the ball to Garvin Samaroo in front of goal, but Samaroo's effort was too high, sailing over Archibald and deflecting out off the cross bar.

Two minutes later, Samaroo forced a diving save from Archibald, who had no choice but to parry the shot out for a corner, allowing his defence a few moments to catch their breath.

Five minutes later, it was Carapichaima who were on the prowl with Treverson Calliste  trying his luck, but his shot deflected out off a defender.

That was the start of a rare period of pressure from Carapichaima, with Denzel Gill collecting a rebound off his own free-kick just outside the St Anthony's penalty area, but the Tigers defended in numbers, eventually forcing him off he ball.

The Carapichaima skipper then had a go at goal seven minutes from the half, but it was directed straight to St Anthony's custodian Jammal Francois.

St Anthony's could have doubled their lead three minutes into the second half but Samaroo's header off a corner kick was wide of the mark.

Carapichaima custodian Archibald then had to make a series of saves to keep his team in the hunt, bravely tackling Samaroo inside the penalty area to clear the ball and then exiting his area to clear another dangerous ball.

Those saves spurred on his team as Gill tried his luck from distance, forcing Francois to parry over the bar with ten minutes of regulation time to go.

At the other end, Samaroo had another golden opportunity to put the game to bed with five minutes to go when he collected a short pass from Trim inside the penalty area with only the keeper to beat, but he just could not find the back of the net.

With four minutes of stoppage time, Carapichaima threw everything at the St Anthony's defence, but could not find a way through, the game ending moments after Francois, who was hardly tested during the game, pulled off a match-winning save in the dying seconds to deny Carapichaima, who were seeking their first Big Five title.

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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #125 on: November 03, 2011, 10:53:44 PM »
'El Do' Girls shock Debe High

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The "Blue Thunder" girls of El Dorado East Secondary shocked perennial champions Debe High School 1-0 at Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva yesterday to lift the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League "Big Four" trophy for the first time.

Patrice Campbell scored the lone item seven minutes into the game after a error in midfield allowed her to get behind the Debe defence. She then let loose a powerful drive just inside the penalty area, beating a diving Kazzi Grant in goal.

Debe's best opportunity of the first half came seven minutes later when Kayla Taylor's cross found Amanda Theodore unmarked in front of goal, but she took too long to get her shot off as Adifah Welch got back to block her effort.

But it was the East Zone team that had the better of the chances in the first half.

"El Do" had a great opportunity to double their lead in the 22nd with Campbell again in the mix, running down the left side and unleashing a bullet from just outside the penalty area, but her effort was just off the mark.

Debe started the second half positively with two chances in the first two minutes, but El Do's defence, led by Rosalie Dolabaille, was too good on the day.

Midway through the second period, El Do had another good chance to seal the result, with Campbell collecting the ball in midfield and running past two Debe defenders, but her shot rebounded off the cross bar.

After that, El Do had all their players back to defend with 15 minutes to play and the three-time defending champions could not find a way through. –Roger Seepersad

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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #126 on: November 04, 2011, 05:17:22 AM »
‘El Do’ dethrone mighty Debe.
T&T Newsday Reports.


EL DORADO Secondary East were crowned champions of the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Girls Championship yesterday when they edged Debe Secondary 1-0 in the final at the Ato Boldon Stadium.

Patrice Campbell got the lone item for the El Dorado girls in the 26th minute to decide a nail-biting contest.

After the match, Trevor Spicer, coach of the “Blue Thunder’s” boys team, said everyone was elated to have finally won the girls title.

“We have been after this title for a while now but this time we came good. The girls worked hard and are deserving of the victory,” he said.

Spicer said the victory was also a consolation for his team which was defeated by St Anthony’s College in the semi-final of the Big Five play- off earlier this week.

Yesterday, the “Westmooring Tigers” came up against Carapichaima Secondary in the final of the Big Five at the Ato Boldon venue.

Spicer, the long-serving “El Do” coach said the victory by the girls has now assured them four titles for the season.

The East Zone school claimed the titles in the boys and girls East championship divisions along with the Under-13 crown.

“All we have to do now is maintain our focus for next season. We have six teams to work on and once the players all work hard we will win again next year” Spicer said.
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #127 on: November 04, 2011, 05:42:26 AM »
Darryl Trim has a few things in the works. Voted the 2010 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Most Valuable Player and having now finished school, 19-year-old Trim was recently in Trinidad training in the off-season.

"I came to Trinidad to sharpen up because I'm getting ready to go on a trial," Trim said. "I'm just working on my fitness because I'm looking to go out there. Maybe to England or America or Europe."

http://www.socawarriors.net/league/league-news/ssfl/9015-tobagos-darryl-trim-aims-big.html
SUNDAY, 19 JUNE 2011

Is this the same Darryl Trim who playing for St Anthony's now? A man finish high school then joins another high school just to play SSFL at age 19 going on 20???

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« Reply #128 on: November 04, 2011, 06:23:58 AM »
Darryl Trim has a few things in the works. Voted the 2010 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Most Valuable Player and having now finished school, 19-year-old Trim was recently in Trinidad training in the off-season.

"I came to Trinidad to sharpen up because I'm getting ready to go on a trial," Trim said. "I'm just working on my fitness because I'm looking to go out there. Maybe to England or America or Europe."

http://www.socawarriors.net/league/league-news/ssfl/9015-tobagos-darryl-trim-aims-big.html
SUNDAY, 19 JUNE 2011

Is this the same Darryl Trim who playing for St Anthony's now? A man finish high school then joins another high school just to play SSFL at age 19 going on 20???

Why ruin his college eligibility by playing in the pro league ? these boys not dunce they have passes and SAT's if no international pro offers they could still go to U.S colleges. these fellas educated and could play football as well why go and play for peanuts in T&T pro league when they could get a career that could take care of you and your family. Think before posting next time.   

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« Reply #129 on: November 04, 2011, 03:13:03 PM »
Darryl Trim has a few things in the works. Voted the 2010 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Most Valuable Player and having now finished school, 19-year-old Trim was recently in Trinidad training in the off-season.

"I came to Trinidad to sharpen up because I'm getting ready to go on a trial," Trim said. "I'm just working on my fitness because I'm looking to go out there. Maybe to England or America or Europe."

http://www.socawarriors.net/league/league-news/ssfl/9015-tobagos-darryl-trim-aims-big.html
SUNDAY, 19 JUNE 2011

Is this the same Darryl Trim who playing for St Anthony's now? A man finish high school then joins another high school just to play SSFL at age 19 going on 20???

Why ruin his college eligibility by playing in the pro league ? these boys not dunce they have passes and SAT's if no international pro offers they could still go to U.S colleges. these fellas educated and could play football as well why go and play for peanuts in T&T pro league when they could get a career that could take care of you and your family. Think before posting next time.   

he seems to be well rated on the local scene. don't remember ever seeing his name on a list of players trying out for national teams. same goes for keane mcivor (except for a short stint as a U-15 in 2007). TCMIIM
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #130 on: November 05, 2011, 06:58:04 AM »
Congrats, St. Anthony's.  Very impressive season and as much as it grinds me :D to do it, ah hadda tip meh hat to allyuh.   :beermug:


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« Reply #131 on: November 06, 2011, 09:27:02 AM »
Guys, who won the St Anthony vs Carapichaima big five final ?

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« Reply #132 on: November 07, 2011, 03:55:07 PM »
Pres crushed Vessigny 11-0.  Shackiel Henry scored 8 goals.

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Fatima, 'Compre' move on in North Zone
« Reply #133 on: November 09, 2011, 05:55:27 AM »
Fatima, 'Compre' move on in North Zone
By Kern De Freitas (T&T Express)


Fatima College and East Mucurapo Secondary both moved on in the Coca Cola InterCol North Zone yesterday with contrasting victories.

At St Anthony's College's Westmoorings Ground, Fatima hung on for the final nine minutes after conceding a penalty, beating Trinity College 2-1 to qualify for the second round of the knockout competition.

Jamil Young and Kye West scored on either side of half-time, before Jameel Neptune buried the consolation spot kick to make the final few minutes interesting.

And East Mucurapo dispatched Malick Secondary 3-0 through a brace by Jabari Thomas (18th and 87th minutes), and another by Kevin Lewis (37th).

Fatima bossed the contest in the first half, but several saves by goalkeeper Evin Ramadeen kept Trinity in the match.

Fatima striker Arvin Prescod just did not have a good day. Everything he touched either went out, or was close enough for Ramadeen to save.

But a little bit of luck created an opening for Fatima and they seized it with both hands.

First they were awarded a free kick in the attacking third in the 36th, which Trinity would have found hard done by, and Xavier Rajpaul swerved one in that Ramadeen punched away.

The ensuing corner kick brought Fatima joy as an intended clearance fell nicely for Young at the edge of the Trinity penalty area and he blasted home on the volley.

Ramadeen pulled off two more point-blank saves before the break as Fatima went in at half-time with a 1-0 lead.

More drama for Trinity came after the resumption, with Prescod stinging Ramadeen's palms with a close-range bullet in the 53rd and then the custodian blocked another Prescod attempt with his feet while going in the wrong direction, just in front an empty goal.

But West would not miss in the 67th, getting a through ball from 20 metres out and lashing past Ramadeen with violence that the Trinity goalie could only admire.

Fatima dominated the late exchanges, but gave up a penalty that Neptune tucked away and from then the Mucurapo Road school endured a few nervous moments. But, as throughout the match, Trinity's attempts in open play came from too far a distance and too wayward to trouble Barkley John, the Fatima goalkeeper.

Today, St Augustine Secondary's "Green Machine" stir into action against Toco Secondary at Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar in East Zone action from 5 p.m., after Arima North Secondary meet Barataria South Secondary at the same venue from 3 p.m.

And in Central, an Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva double-header will feature Tabaquite and Presentation College Chaguanas from 3 p.m., as well as a clash between Gasparillo Secondary and Waterloo Secondary from 5 p.m.
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« Reply #134 on: November 09, 2011, 06:35:46 AM »
East Mucurapo shut out Malick.
T&T Newsday Reports.


East Mucurapo slammed three goals past Malick to seal an emphatic 3- 0 win in the opening game of the Coca-Cola Intercol North Zonal quarter-finals at the QRC grounds, St Clair, yesterday.-

Jabari Thomas took advantage of a weak defending Malick and netted twice in the 18th and again in the 85th for the East Mucurapo squad. Kevin Lewis got the other goal in the 35th minute.

In the other quarter-final game, Fatima had a narrow 2-1 victory over Trinity at St Anthony’s grounds, West-moorings.

Jamil Young opened the scoring for Fatima in the 36th minute and they held on to this lead until half time.

Kyle West slotted home the second Fatima goal in the 69th minute, and Jamaal Neptune pulled one back for Trinity in the 81st, converting a penalty, but they could not find an equaliser.

Fatima will now play East Mucurapo in a Zonal semi-final on November 16 at their home ground at Mucurapo Road.

In Tobago Zonal quarter-finals on Monday, Speyside beat the other Intercol newcomers, Pentecostal Light and Life 3-0.

Mason Hall whipped Senior Division winners Rox-borough 5-3 to advance to the “semis”.

Mason Hall will now face defending Zonal Intercol champions Signal Hill, while Speyside play Scarborough.

Both games will be contested at the Dwight Yorke Stadium on November 12.

In the South Zone, Naparima will meet arch-rivals Presentation in a semi- final match at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, on Monday from 3 pm.

Naps shut out St Benedict’s 4-0 and Pres clobbered Vessigny 11-0 in their quarter-finals on Monday last.
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« Reply #135 on: November 10, 2011, 06:03:45 AM »
Arima storms into East final four.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Guardian).


Arima North Secondary stormed into the East Zone last four in the Coca Cola Intercol with a 9-0 drubbing of Barataria South Secondary at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima, yesterday.

Four different players scored two goals each in a match very similar to the last couple times the two sides met. Barataria, however, improved slightly from the 13-0 and 11-0 results they suffered against the same opponents recently in the league.

Kevin Roberts (20th, 28th), Marcus Gomez (33rd, 34th), Tevin Figaro (38th, 59th) and Darius Rawlins (75th pen, 86th) were all on target twice. Kwame Hazel scored the other goal.

Arima North were up 5-0 before finishing off their opponents with an additional four goals in the second half. Presentation College came from a two goal deficit to defeat Tabaquite on penalty kicks, 4-3, thanks to an added time equaliser from Surej Ramcharan.

Joshua Garcia opened for Tabaquite in the 36th minute, before Keagan Moonessar put the team 2-0 up in the 50th. With 15 minutes to go, Keon Beckles found a response for Presentation. Ramcharan got the final goal from open play to put the match to spot kicks, which “Pres” won 4-3. Presentation will meet Couva West which defeated newly-promoted Chaguanas North 4-0.

Jaffet Williams scored a hat-trick, while Keon Lewis scored the other item. The win put Presentation in the Central semifinal against league champion Carapichaima, next Tuesday.

The final two matches in the South Zone will commence tomorrow with a double-header at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella. Beginning at 3 pm, champion Shiva Boys will take on promoted Senior Division champions Moruga Secondary. The match will be followed by a clash between Pleasantville and Princes Town West.

A tight encounter is expected in the second match as only one goal was scored in the two matches in which the teams met during the league season. The first leg saw a 0-0 stalemate, before Princes Town edged Pleasantville 1-0 at home last month in the second leg.

Yesterday’s Results (East Zone)

Arima North 9 (Kevin Roberts 20th, 28th, Marcus Gomez 33rd, 34th, Tevin Figaro 38th, 59th, Darius Rawlins 75th (pen), 86th, Kwame Hazel 49th) v Barataria 0

Central Zone

Presentation 2 (Keon Beckles 76th, Surej Ramcharan 90th+1) v Tabaquite  2 (Joshua Garcia 36th, Keagan Moonessar 50th)—Presentation won 4-3 on penalty kicks

Couva West 4 (Jaffet Williams 3, Keon Lewis) v Chaguanas North 0

Carapichaima—BYE

Today’s Fixtures (South Zone)

Shiva Boys v  Moruga Secondary

Pleasantville v Princes Town West
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #136 on: November 10, 2011, 08:04:45 AM »
I was reading a report on a US high school game ... apparently when dat kinda licks start to share match hadda blow off early in the interest of good sportsmanship. I wonder if that could ever sell in the SSFL.

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« Reply #137 on: November 10, 2011, 09:16:23 AM »
Hope not wen I was in school I remember we get hit a nine .....and then we came back stronger ....it builds character

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Shiva Boys cross another hurdle
« Reply #138 on: November 10, 2011, 08:15:04 PM »
Shiva Boys cross another hurdle
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Shiva Boys’ eased past newly promoted Moruga Secondary 4-0 in its quarterfinal match of the Coca-Cola Intercol South Zone at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, yesterday.

Brandon Francis scored in the 27th minute to give his team a 1-0 lead, which remained until the half. A penalty from Kevin Peters and goals from Kwasi Weston and Levi Garcia in the second half rounded up the simple victory for the South Zone league champions.

Keon La Rode was given his marching orders for Moruga Secondary, when he received a red card following a second bookable offence in the final minute of play.

The win for Shiva put them into the last four of the zonal Intercol stage against the winner of the match between Pleasantville and Princes Town West which was still in action up to press time, last evening.

The semifinal will take place on Monday in the second match of a double-header at the same venue. The first fixture will see Presentation College San Fernando take on Naparima College from 3 pm.

On Wednesday, St Augustine secured a place in the East Zone semifinal following a 2-0 win over Toco in the second match of a double header, played at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima. Jamal Creighton won the match with a goal in either half of the encounter.

The win put the “Green Machine” into the last four against Arima North, which crushed Barataria 9-0 in the previous match.

In the Central Zone, Gasparillo cruised past Waterloo 3-0 at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. The match followed a Presentation College Chaguanas come-from-behind penalty kick win over Tabaquite.

Presentation’s win put them up against league winner Carapichaima which advanced on a bye. Gasparillo will face Couva West, which also defeated Senior Division winners Chaguanas North by four unanswered goals on Wednesday. The two semifinals will be played  on Tuesday at the same venue.

Results (Yesterday)

South Zone

Shiva Boys 4 (Brandon Francis 27th, Kevin Peters (pen) 54th, Kwesi Weston 62nd, Levi Garcia 70th) vs Moruga Secondary 0

Wednesday

East Zone

Arima 9 (Kevin Roberts 20th, 28th, Marcus Gomez 33rd, 34th, Tevin Figaro 38th, 59th, Darius Rawlins 75th (pen), 86th, Kwame Hazel 49th) vs Barataria 0

St Augustine 2 (Jamal Creighton 29th, 79th) vs Toco 0

Central Zone

Presentation Chaguanas 2 (Keon Beckles 76th, Surej Ramcharan 90th) vs Tabaquite 2 (Joshua Garcia 36th, Keagan Moonessar 50th)
Presentation won 4-3 on penalty kicks

Gasparillo 3 vs Waterloo 0

Couva West 4 (Jaffet Williams [3], Keon Lewis) vs Chaguanas North 0
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #139 on: November 15, 2011, 04:29:49 AM »
Vessigny wins Trinidad InterCol title.
By Andrew Gioannetti (Guardian).


Vessigny Government Secondary School earned a place in the Coca-Cola Intercol National final when it defeated North Zone champions St Francois Girls College 4-3 from the penalty spot after regulation time ended 1-1.

The match was played on Queen’s Royal College Ground, St Clair, on Sunday. St Francois forward Asha Jones, who scored in the North/East final against El Dorado, again found the back of the net, midway through the first half. The score remained 1-0 in favour of St Francois at the break.

Vessigny, which finished runners-up in the South Zone to reigning National Intercol champions Debe Secondary, returned determined,  and scored the equalizer with a rare effort from Rachael Sobers. After the full 80 minutes, the match went to penalty kicks.

Vessigny won it with successful shots from the team coach- Kenneth Preddie’s daughter Krystal Preddie, Christina Robinson and sisters, Khadidra and Kadisha Debisette.

After both teams kicked their five shots each the match was still evenly balanced tied at three penalties each requiring sudden-death spot kicks to separate them.

St Francois penalty scorers were Astride Joseph, Mackail-Ann Jack and Chelsea Marie Spence. Vessigny got the winning strike from Christina Robinson.

Vessigny, which were promoted just last season, reached to the final following a famous win over a talented Debe team in the Intercol South Final.

St Francois, had to get past a crafty Providence team in the semifinal of the North/East playoff, and did so with a 2-1 win, before finding a victory over El Dorado East 5-4 on penalties in the final. The match similarly finished 1-1, before going to spot kicks.

Vessigny will face Tobago champion Roxborough Secondary on QRC Ground, on Thursday, from 3.30 pm. Since the season commenced, Roxborough is yet to taste defeat.
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« Reply #140 on: November 15, 2011, 04:34:56 AM »
Arima advance to East Intercol final.
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Arima advanced to the East Zone final of the Coca-Cola Intercol competition yesterday with a 2-1 victory over St Augustine at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima, the first game of a quarter-final double-header.

St Augustine’s captain Jamal Creightan was both the hero and villain for his team, netting the equaliser but scoring an own goal to guarantee Arima the right to defend their East Intercol crown.

Shundell Mayers gave Arima a 42nd minute lead, with a right-footed shot over St Augustine’s goalkeeper Kerron Jones — the only meaningful moment of a dogged first-half.

But Creightan put his team back on level terms in the 69th, slotting his penalty to the right of the flat-footed Joseph Craig in the Arima goal after Tevin Figaro was bundled in the penalty box by St Augustine’s Shannon Gomez.

However, Arima got the winner in fortuitous circumstances six minutes later, as Marcus Gomez’s deep throw from the left was headed into his own net by the lanky St Augustine captain, who was left crestfallen after the final whistle.

A new South Zone champ will be crowned this year as Presentation San Fernando got the better of 2010 winners Naparima 2-1 in the first of back-to-back semi-final matches at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

The prolific Shakiel Henry was the star for Presentation with a pair, in the seventh and 57th minutes, while Naparima’s goal-getter was Akeem Julien in the 24th.
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #141 on: November 16, 2011, 04:21:27 AM »
Shiva boys, Pres South finale.
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Presentation College San Fernando shocked reigning South Zone Naparima College 2-1 in the Coca-Cola Intercol South semifinal in the first match of the double-header at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, on Monday evening.

With many expecting an outright win for Naparima—which defeated the same opponents on both league this season—it was not to be as Presentation was the better team, securing a berth in the Thursday’s South final against Shiva Boys, which won the other semifinal in dramatic fashion over Pleasantville.

Presentation found the target early on from top scorer Shackiel Henry in the 7th minute. The lead was short lived, however, as the Naparima found a response from Akim Julien in the 24th, to put the two teams level at the half. With 12 minutes gone into the second half, the reliable forward, Henry, found his double, which ultimately secured the win.

Presentation were lucky to escape a late penalty which Naparima’s Akim Julien failed to convert late in the contest. In the second match, Shiva Boys came from 2-0 down with less than seven minutes to play in regulation time, to steal the match to penalty kicks, which they won 6-5.

Pleasantville, went 1-0 up in the 69th minute and doubled the lead, which had every indication to be the winner in the 79th minute. Shiva, however, brought themselves back into the match when Dwight Pope converted from the penalty spot in the 85th.

A poor defensive effort from Pleasantville saw Shiva Boys tie up the scoring in added time from a Nathaniel Garcia effort. His goal put the match to penalty kicks, which saw Shiva emerge victorious.

Arima North upset St Augustine

An own goal separated Arima North Secondary and St Augustine Secondary and an East Zone InterCol final spot. Arima North advanced to the East InterCol final with a 2-1 win over St Augustine in the first match of the two at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima, before San Juan North eased past El Dorado East 4-1 in the second fixture. An own goal from Jamal Creighton in the 75th minute was the deciding factor in the match.

Just moments before, Creighton scored a penalty to put St Augustine level with Arima. Kern Roberts opened the scoring for the winning team, just before the half. San Juan North had an easier task, breezing past El Dorado East 4-1, in the second fixture.

Signal Hill, Scarborough in Final

In Tobago, Signal Hill and Scarborough secured final spots as the two teams eased past Mason Hall and Speyside, respectively, in a goal fest at the Dwight Yorke Stadium.

In the first match, Signal Hill got goals from skipper Nariel Wilson, Shaquille Springer, Shaquille Smith and Shaquille Gill, to win 4-0 over Mason Hall.

Scarborough followed with a 7-0 rout over Speyside. Michael Gordon scored a second half hattrick, while brothers Chrislon Morgan and Christopher Morgan got a double and solo goal, respectively. Akeem Jordan scored the other goal.

RESULTS

East Zone

Arima North 2 (Kern Roberts 42nd, Jamal Creighton OG 75th) v St Augustine 1 (Jamal Creighton (pen) 69th)

San Juan 4 (Angelo D’Andre (pen) 21st, Jelani Felix 38th, OG, Enrique Lezama 68th) v El Dorado East 1 (Keron Bethelemy 76th)

South Zone

Presentation S/do 2 (Shackiel Henry 8th, 58th) v Naparima College 1 (Akim Julien 24th)

Shiva Boys 2 (Dwight Pope (pen) 85th, Nathaniel Garcia 90th) v Pleasantville 2 (Russell Alfred 69th, Sean Outar 79th)
Shiva Boys won 6-5 on penalty kicks

Tobago Zone

Signal Hill 4 (Nariel Wilson 26th, Shaquille Springer 29th, Shaquille Smith 40th, Shaquille 51th) v Mason Hall 0

Scarborough 7 (Chislon Morgan 4th, 41st, Mickaeel Gordon 55th, 75th, 85th, Christopher Morgan 66th, Akeem Jordan 77th) v Speyside 0
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #142 on: November 16, 2011, 07:07:16 PM »
st anthony's 4     cic1  a razz a tazz  ;D

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« Reply #143 on: November 17, 2011, 09:33:01 PM »
Pres defeated Shiva 4-0.

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« Reply #144 on: November 18, 2011, 02:57:31 AM »
Brownie Pres coming tobago to mash up Signal hill!
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #145 on: November 18, 2011, 03:13:27 AM »
Presentation whip Shiva for South title.
By Kern De Freitas (Express).


Presentation College San Fernando yesterday saw off Shiva Boys Hindu College with style 4-0 to win the Coca Cola InterCol South Zone at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

The San Fernando team fought hard to create numerous attacking chances for a 1-0 half-time lead through Najja Forbes and finished off the South Zone league champions with a trio of late goals from J'Van Pontifelt and Shakiel Henry (2).

But the match was marred by a tantrum from Tevin Peters, who was sent off for a stamp on  Henry, who even after the incident refused to be placated by either referee Shane De Silva, or his coach, Dexter Francis.

The first half definitely went to Presentation as after a tense battle for midfield in the first 15 minutes, "Pres" took control, trying to build their plays from the back. They fought harder for the ball and their passing was more accurate.

Shiva defended hard, but allowed a little too much shooting space for the Pres strikers, who took nearly a half hour to find their range.

And when they came forward, Shiva were mostly restricted to shots from outside, except for a header just wide by Qwesi Weston and a cross whipped in by Nathaniel Garcia that only just missed the head of Shaquille Jogie just before the break which was their best chance of the half.

For Presentation, their goal was predictable after a period of pressure where captain Keegan Ellis had two powerful headers off corner kicks rising just overbar and a pair of misses from Shakiel Henry.

Forbes finally got the goal in the 27th, beating Shiva goalkeeper Adrian Lewis from point-blank range after a lovely cross from Amare Thomas on the right.

They could have had another in the 40th, but Javed London lacked that finishing touch after leaving three defenders in his wake from left of goal.

Presentation had a few chances go a-begging early in the second half, but Henry had two poor attempts and Mickell Charles forced Lewis to save a stinger.

Shiva had the perfect opportunity to equalise in the 70th, but Garcia was blocked close up after he hesitated, having collected a loose ball.

Shiva paid for that miss with a shot from close range that should have found Pontiflet off-side in the 76th. And while the Shiva players stopped to argue with the referee, Pontiflet poked home calmly.

A couple minutes later Peters was off and Henry took advantage.

First, he finished off a cutback from close range in the 83rd, before another neat close range finish in stoppage time as Presentation's passes bisected the two hapless Shiva central defenders.

Shiva had played with heart to chase a match for near 70 minutes, but in the end, it was Presentation lifting the InterCol South Zone trophy.

In related news, Vessigny claimed the Girls Intercol title yesterday, with a narrow 2-1 victory over Roxborough at the Dwight Yorke Stadium.

Results (Yesterday)

South Zone Final

Presentation 4 (Najja Forbes 26th, J’van Pontislet 75, Shackiel Henry 82nd, Angel Williams 90th) vs Shiva Boys 0

Fixtures (Today)

North Zone Final

East Mucurapo v St Anthony’s, Hasely Crawford Stadium- 4pm

Central Zone Final

Couva West v Carapichaima, Ato Boldon Stadium- 4 pm

Saturday

East Zone Final

Arima North v San Juan North, Larry Gomes Stadium- 4pm
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Re: 2011 SSFL & InterCol Fixtures.
« Reply #146 on: November 18, 2011, 05:33:33 AM »
Brownie Pres coming tobago to mash up Signal hill!

hhhhhhmmm I hope for your sake its not a repeat of the clash of 1990......best Intercol game I ever went to....never saw the game until the 85th min or so....was too busy jumping and waving and singing and terrorising the Pres supporters......den dey score and we hit back with 2 (or was it 3) in the space of 5 - 6 mins...... *sigh* aaaaahhh the good old days......;D ;D

GO SIGNAL HILL!!!.....


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Dingolay, ay, ay, ay ay,
Dingolay ay, ay, ay..."

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« Reply #147 on: November 18, 2011, 10:22:35 AM »
I was there for that game.  Pres was leading 1-0 and totally dominating the match. Rain start to pour around the 30th min and by the start of 2nd half it was mud swamp.  Signal Hill took over the game and scored 3.  They weres running in the mud and large pools of water like Usain Bolt and awe looking like Jared before he went on the Subway diet. It was the perfect example of the difference between eating yam and KFC.  One of the best games I ever saw though, even Bago ppl gave us props despite the cutarse.

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Arima North claims East Coca-Cola InterCol title
« Reply #148 on: November 19, 2011, 08:30:22 PM »
Arima North claims East Coca-Cola InterCol title
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Arima North booked a place in the Coca-Cola National Intercol semifinal, following the school’s 2-1 win over San Juan at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima, yesterday. The win saw Arima North, which finished second in the league standings to St Augustine, clinch the East Zone InterCol title. Rondell Elie opened for Arima North in the 24th minute, to give his team the 1-0 half time advantage. With less than 25 minutes left in the encounter Enrique Lezama saw a second yellow card which saw him ejected from the field, putting San Juan North both a goal and a player down. Less than ten minutes later, Che Edwards found the winner for Arima North. Daniel Banfield scored a consolation effort for San Juan in the 88th minute, but it was too late as Arima North celebrated a National knock-out place against Central InterCol champions Carapichaima East Secondary.

On Thursday, Signal Hill claimed a successive Coca-Cola InterCol Tobago Zone title in a breathtaking final 3-2 win over Scarborough Secondary. Shaquille Gill opened just before the ten minute mark for Signal Hill. Scarborough, however, found the response on the 19th minute through Valdez Perez. Chrislon Morgan made it 2-1 for Scarborough in the 28th minute, giving the Tobago league champions a half time lead. Signal Hill had a hard time getting back into the match, but eventually did just that in the third of four minutes of time added on by the referee after the full 90, with a finish from Hudon Jack. Scarborough dropped their heads, rueing the prospect of taking the match to penalties, but went from bad to worse as Signal Hill managed another goal in the dying moments of play. Akil Guy scored when the four minutes were up, prompting the referee to blow the match off immediately at the restart. Scarborough will regret its complacent defending which cost them the title, with only two minutes remaining in the match. Signal Hill will celebrate back-to-back Tobago InterCol wins.

St Anthony’s College North Zone final clash with East Mucurapo Secondary has been resheduled for Monday due to the unavailability of the Hasely Crawford Stadium on its original date—last Thursday. The two teams will take to the same venue. Kick-off is at 4 pm. Thus far, Signal Hill (Tobago) and Presentation College San Fernando (South) has advanced to the Coca-Cola InterCol National quarterfinal, while St Augustine Secondary (East) and Carapichaima East Secondary (Central) has securd semifinal berths. The winner of the quarterfinal, will go on to meet the winner of Monday’s  North Zone final meeting between St Anthony’s and East Mucurapo, in the other semifinal.

INTERCOL RESULTS

 
Zonal Semi-finals

North
St Anthony’s 4 (Adrian Millette 2, Kiel Pierre, Rayshard Allen) v St Mary’s 1 (Rashaad Hyacinth)
East Mucurapo 1 (Kevin Lewis) v Fatima 1 (Arvin Prescod)- East Mucurapo advance 4-3 on penalty kicks.

East Zone
Arima North 2 (Kern Roberts, Jamal Creighton OG) v St Augustine 1 (Jamal Creighton (pen))
San Juan 4 (Angelo D’Andre (pen), Jelani Felix, OG, Enrique Lezama) v El Dorado East 1 (Keron Bethelemy)

Central Zone
Carapichaima East 3 (Denzil Gill, Shaquille Holder, Yaseem Rivas) v Presentation Chaguanas 0
Couva West 4 (Jaffet Williams 2, Kendell Benjamin, Jerome Lewis)

South Zone
Presentation S/do 2 (Shackiel Henry 2) v Naparima College 1 (Akim Julien)
Shiva Boys 2 (Dwight Pope (pen), Nathaniel Garcia) v Pleasantville 2 (Russell Alfred, Sean Outar)- Shiva Boys won 6-5 on penalty kicks

Tobago Zone
Signal Hill 4 (Nariel Wilson 26th, Shquille Springer 29th, Shaquille Smith 40th, Shaquille 51th) v Mason Hall 0
Scarborough 7 (Chislon Morgan 4th, 41st, Mickaeel Gordon 55th, 75th, 85th, Christopher Morgan 66th, Akeem Jordan 77th) v Speyside 0

Tobago Zone Final
Signal Hill 3 (Shaquille Gill, Hudon Jack, Akiel Guy) v Scarborough 2 (Chrislon Morgan, Valdez Perez)

South Zone Final
Presentation 4 (Najja Forbes, J’van Pontislet, Shackiel Henry, Angel Williams) v Shiva Boys 0

Central Zone Final
Carapichaima East 5 (Kern Alexis 2, Kareem Ryce, Christopher Prime, Shaquille Holder) v Couva West 2 (Kendell Benjamin, Ronald Rouse)

East Zone Final
Arima North 2 (Rondell Elie 24th, Che Edwards 76th) v San Juan North 1 (Daniel Banfield 88th)

Fixtures

Monday

North Zone Final


St Anthony’s v East Mucurapo, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Wrightson Road- 4 pm
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« Reply #149 on: November 21, 2011, 07:58:30 AM »
Congrats Arima....Finally winning a fricken trophy.... Lovely..
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