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South SSFL refs demand more money
« Reply #90 on: October 04, 2012, 03:18:44 PM »
South SSFL refs demand more money
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South football referees are demanding higher compensation for officiating at BGTT Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) matches.

Affected yesterday was the match between South Zone leaders Presentation College and Naparima College, which was carded to begin at 3.45 p.m. at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, in Marabella. The game eventually got going more than an hour late because the match official refused to start proceedings. Presentation won 3-0.

"This has been happening only in South," stated zone official Gerard Elliot. "We have an agreement in place where we would pay referees two hundred dollars per game. However, the referee would not start the game unless he was paid three hundred. The match got going because the school decided that they would pay today (yesterday). It made no sense just postponing the match. A lot of preparation had gone into the game, and there were already costs associated with staging it."
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #91 on: October 04, 2012, 04:33:41 PM »
Will be at Fatima-Saints on Saturday if anybody else going, hail me out.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #92 on: October 05, 2012, 02:58:39 AM »
Theodore blasts two past Toco girls
By KEVIN SUNICH (Newsday).


ST AUGUSTINE moved one match closer to claiming the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Girls East Zone title with a 3-0 win over Toco at the St Augustine Ground yesterday.

The “Green Machine” girls who are showing up the boys this season increased their unbeaten run with six wins in as many matches and have not conceded a goal. They were led by a double from Laurelle Theodore.

After coming away with a hard fought 2-0 win in the first round, “Gustine” would have felt they were going to march all over their opponents, however, they were given a fight especially in the first. They had a goal disallowed and missed a couple of chances but credit must go to the visitors for their efforts as the teams finished the half scoreless.

The St Augustine girls came out in the second half with more purpose and it paid dividends as forward Chelsea Gibbs broke the deadlock to put her team up 1-0. Theodore got into the action as she found the back of the net twice to seal the 3-0 win.

St Augustine coach Desiree Sargeant said in the first half her girls were a bit lacklustre. “We had to change some things during the break and we went out there a little more determined than the way they left the field in the first half.

They did not understand the magnitude of the game in the first half, but they were able to settle down in the second and play the way we know they could play.”

The coach also complimented Toco for their performance despite the loss. “Toco are a very physical team in terms of their energy; they have runners among them so they are very athletic.”
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #93 on: October 05, 2012, 02:58:50 AM »
Scarborough opens 2-point lead in Tobago.
By: Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Scarborough Secondary blanked long-time rival Signal Hill 2-0 in their BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Tobago Zone encounter at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet to open a two-point lead at the top of the five-team table.
 
Buoyed by its 5-2 blow-out of Roxborough on Saturday at Settlement, Scarborough took the field a confident bunch and went ahead in the 30th minute through Valdez Perez while Devon David got the insurance item four minutes from full-time.
 
The win carried Scarborough to seven points from three matches, two ahead of Speyside which was held to a 1-1 draw by Mason Hall in Wednesday’s first match at Bacolet.
 
Mason Hall struck first in the 13th minute thanks to Akini James but Speyside earned a share of the points via Brandon Benjamin’s 75th equaliser.
 
Meanwhile, two matches in the Central Zone are set to go before the SSFL’s Disciplinary Committee which is headed by Assistant Secretary of the league, Lawrence Seepersad.
 
Contacted yesterday, Keith Kirton, the Central Zone Chairman said that perennial Central Zone champions, Carapichaima East, currently top of the six-team table has lodged a protest over its 2-1 loss at Home Land Gardens to second placed Chaguanas North Secondary—based on the grounds of its opponents’ use of a transfered player who does not meet the playing criteria of the competition.
 
In addition, the outcome of Wednesday’s encounter between Presentation College of Chaguanas and Gasparillo at Guaracara Park, Point-a-Pierre is also set to be heard by the Disciplinary Committee.
 
This after the encounter was called off at half-time with Presentation 1-0 ahead due to the fact that no officials were on the Gasparillo team bench.

However, the match between Chaguanas North and Tabaquite, which was postponed at Home Land Gardens on Wednesday due to a lack of match officials will be re-scheduled for a date to be announced.

Wednesday’s full BGTT/First Citizens SSFL Zonal results:

North:

East Mucurapo 1 (Keeno Allick 44th) v Fatima 0

St Anthony’s 4 (Adrian Millette 2, Kiel Pierre, Shaquille Long) v QRC 3 (Tariq Nicholls 2, Joash Williams)

St Mary’s 4 (Jelani Christopher 12th, Miles Yorke 66th, Rashaad Hyacinth 71st, Brandon de Verteuil 90th) v D/Martin North 1 (Kevin Carter 33rd)

South:

Shiva 1 (Kyle Thomas 44th) v Pleasantville 0

Presentation 3 (Jivaughn Dimsoy 14th, Angel Williams 23rd, Shackiel Henry 82nd) vs Naparima 0

St Benedict’s 4 (Anthony Herbert 2, Kyle Celestine, Kadeem Gittens) v Moruga 0

East:

Arima North 3 (Jamal Francois 13th, Tevin Figaro 15th, Neveal Hackshaw 66th) vs St Augustine 1 (Akeem Garcia 43rd)

San Juan North 4 (Brent Sam 53rd, 72nd, 79th, Andel Andrews 55th) vs El Do East 0
 
El Do West 2 (Kiehl Chase 55th, 75th) vs Trinity East 1 (Tariq John 30th)

Central:

Carapichaima 11 (Shaquille Holder 4th, 52nd, 83rd, Kern Alexis 21st, 85th, Leon Whyle 75th, 90th, Christopher Prim 34th, Joshua Eneau 55th, Treverson Calliste 57th, own goal 70th) vs Couva 1 (Jaffet Williams 31st)

Presentation vs Gasparillo - match called off at half-time with Presentation 1-0 ahead due to no officials on Gasparillo bench

Chaguanas vs Tabaquite - postponed due to no officials
 
Tobago:

Mason Hall 1 (Akini James 13th) vs Speyside 1 (Brandon Benjamin 75th)

Scarborough 2 (Valdez Perez 30th, Devon David 86th) vs S/Hill 0
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #94 on: October 06, 2012, 04:42:54 PM »
Saints beat Fatima 4-2 at Bullerman grounds.
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #95 on: October 06, 2012, 05:42:47 PM »
Naps edge Benedicts 1-0.  Pres came from a goal down to beat P Town 6-1.  Shackiel Henry scored a hattrick.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #96 on: October 06, 2012, 06:53:31 PM »
Saints beat Fatima 4-2 at Bullerman grounds.


CIC hit Fatima 4 in Fatima grounds? No wonder you sour.
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #97 on: October 07, 2012, 12:13:12 AM »
Saints beat Fatima 4-2 at Bullerman grounds.


CIC hit Fatima 4 in Fatima grounds? No wonder you sour.

No, it was Bullerman Grounds. The one by Roxy.
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #98 on: October 07, 2012, 05:49:29 AM »
Debe travels to Vessigny in key South clash.
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Champion Debe Secondary will return to action today, as it looks to continue its 100 per cent winning record since the beginning of the season, when it takes on rival Vessigny Secondary in the BGTT/ First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) South Zone from 3.45 pm.

While Vessigny had an extra match day to rest with a bye on Thursday, Debe got off a whopping 10-0 victory over Fyzabad Secondary, as it continued an impressive start, rivalled only by East Zone’s St Augustine Secondary, which has also won every match of the season. Debe has already played Fyzabad early in the league campaign, with the host earning a 2-0 triumph.
 
St Augustine, too, will meet a team which it has already taken three points from this season, El Dorado East. When St Augustine hosted El Dorado East last month, the latter sealed an emphatic 9-0 victory, which contributed to its current tally of 53 goals in seven matches. St Augustine is the only team in all four zones that has not conceded a goal all season long.

North Zone leader St Francois, meanwhile, will travel to Fatima Ground, Mucurapo, to face Holy Name Convent. St Francois won the origninal fixture this season with a comfortable 4-0 scoreline. Simone Emmanuel scored a double in that match, with Samantha Kingston and Della Joseph bagging a goal each.
 
TODAY’S MATCHES

North

• Holy Name v St Francois, Fatima Ground, Mucurapo
• Providence v St Joseph’s Convent,
• Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular
 
East

• Toco v Arima North, Toco
• El Dorado East v St Augustine, El Dorado Ground
• Bishop Anstey v St George’s, Bishop Ground

South

• Debe v Vessigny, Debe Ground
• Fyzabad v Point Fortin East, Apex Ground
 
Tobago

• Roxborough v Speyside, Louis D’Or Recreation Ground
• Mason Hall v Bishop, Dwight Yorke Stadium Training Ground
• Scarborough v Signal Hill, Signal Hill Ground

Signal Hill girls hit Roxborough for seven.
T&T Express Reports.


Kerrifa Simon slammed four goals to lead Signal Hill to a 7-0 win over Roxborough in the Tobago Zone Secondary Schools Football League Girls competition at Louis D'or Settlement Ground, Tobago on Thursday.

Asha James and Megan Henry also netted for Signal Hill as they picked up their first points of the season.

Bishop's High stayed in on top of the standings with nine points even after they lost 1-0 to Scarborough Secondary in their home match on Thursday.

Njemile Charles fired in the only goal of that match to give Scarborough the win. In the other girls match on Thursday, Speyside beat Mason Hall 3-1.

The next round of matches in the girls competition kicks off today with Roxborough taking on Speyside at Roxborough, Mason Hall tackling Bishop's High at Dwight Yorke Training Ground, and Scarborough up against Signal Hill at Signal Hill Ground.

Tobago SSFL Girls Results

Scarborough Secondary 1 (Njemile Charles) vs Bishops High School 0

Roxborough 0 vs Signal Hill 7 (Kerrifa Simon 5, Asha James 1, Megan Henry 1)

Speyside 3 vs Mason Hall 1

Today's SSFL Girls Competition Fixtures

Tobago Zone

Roxborough vs Speyside, Roxborough
Mason Hall vs Bishop's High, Dwight Yorke Training Ground
Scarborough vs Signal Hill, Signal Hill

East Zone

Toco vs Arima North, Toco
El Dorado East vs St Augustine, St Augustine
Bishop's Anstey vs St George's College, Bishop's

North Zone

Holy Name Convent vs St Francois Girls, Fatima
Providence Girls vs St Joseph Convent, St Joseph Ground

South Zone

Debe Secondary vs Vessigny Secondary, Debe High School Ground
Fyzabad Secondary vs Point Fortin East, Fyzabad

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #99 on: October 07, 2012, 05:49:47 AM »
Tigers, Muco draw Saints stun Fatima.
By Andrew Gioannetti & Nigel Simon (Guardian).


National youth striker Shackiel Henry scored a hattrick in a commanding performance from Presentation San Fernando as the title favourites continued its 100 per cent winning streak with a 6-1 come-from-behind win over Princes Town in the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL), yesterday.

Following Naparima’s 1-0 edging of St Benedict’s College in the first match of the double-header staged at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, Presentation followed with yet another comfortable win to go eight points at the top of the seven-team South Zone standings, ahead of second place Shiva Boys which was on a bye.
 
Princes Town took a shock lead in the 6th minute from Anderson Toussaint, which stood until just after the 32nd minute when Henry cancelled the goal, before giving “Pres” a 2-1 lead at the half.

Presentation returned in the second half and with less than a minute gone, Angel Williams scored, followed by Henry’s third and Presentation’s fourth goal in the 57th minute. Rakim Francis and Renaldo Atwell scored a further two insurance items from Rakim Francis (68th) and Renaldo Atwell (81st).
 
Up North, champions St Anthony’s College was held to its third draw of the season after a defiant Diego Martin North Secondary recorded yet another 0-0 stalemate, at St Anthony’s College Ground.

St Anthony’s College, despite the disappointing result, remained unmoved at the top of the standings (18 points), but found a new threat in St Mary’s College, which soared into second place with a convincing 4-2 victory over Fatima.
 
Jomal Francois and Marcus Gomes both scored a hat-trick as Arima North crushed Toco 6-1 at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar to extend its lead at the top of the East Zone to four points.

Francois got his goals in the eighth, 43rd and 62nd minutes while Gomez found the target in the 16th off a deflection, 35th and 42nd minute for the winners, now with 18 points from eight matches, four more than San Juan North which was on a bye.
 
Defending champions, El Dorado East got a first-half double from Shaquille Bertrand to secure a 2-1 win over El Dorado West and improved to 13 points with a match in hand in third spot while Ricardo John also netted twice for St Augustine to whipped Trinity East 4-1 and solidify its hold on fourth spot with eleven points and a match in hand as well.
 
In the Central Zone, Shaquille Holder continued his great form in front of goal with a beaver-trick to carry his season tally to 19 as Carapichaima East came-from-behind to spank host Tabaquite, 7-1.

Holder fired in his items in the 39th, 48th, 75th and 79th minute while Akeel James (67th), Joshua Eneau (73rd) and Derreek Cox (76th) added one each for “Caps” after Jabari Ramkissoon had opened the scoring for Tabaquite.
 
The win pushed Carapichaima to 15 points from six matches, four more than Chaguanas North which dropped two valuable points in a 1-1 draw away to Presentation College at Home Land Gardens, Chaguanas.

In the zone’s other match, Jerome Lewis’ 40th minute goal secured a 1-0 win for third placed Couva West over Gasparillo at Guaracara Park, Point-a-Pierre.

Over in Tobago, Signal Hill and Roxborough battled to a 0-0 draw at Signal Hill while the other clash between Mason Hall and leaders Scarborough carded for Mt Gomery was not played due to an unfit ground.
 
Yesterday’s Results

North

St Mary’s 4 (Rashaad Hyacinth 20th, 85th pen, Chinua Bernard 30th, Sebastian Cabral 60th) v Fatima 2 (Jamil Young 40th, Arvin Prescod 90th pen)

St Anthony’s 0 v Diego Martin North 0

Trinity 0 v East Mucurapo 0
 
South

Moruga 2 v Pleasantville 2

Naparima 1 (Jabari Mitchell 58th) v St Benedict’s 0

Presentation 6 (Shackiel Henry 32nd, 45th, 57th, Angel Williams 46th, Rakim Francis 68th, Renaldo Atwell 81st) v Princes Town 1
 
East

El Do East 2 (Shaquille Bertrand 35th, 44th) vs El Do West 1 (Brian De Verteuil 39th)

Arima North 6 (Jomal Francois 8th, 43rd, 62nd, Marcus Gomez 16th, 35th, 42nd) vs Toco 1 (Andel James 45th)

St Augustine 4 (Ricardo John 2, Akim Andrews, Jordan Devenish) vs Trinity East 1 (Antonio Auguste)
 
Central

Carapichaima East 7 (Shaquille Holder 39th, 48th, 75th, 79th, Akeel James 67th, Joshua Eneau 73rd, Derek Cox 76th) vs Tabaquite 1 (Jabari Ramkissoon 5th)

Couva West 1 (Jerome Lewis 40th) vs Gasparillo 0

Chaguanas North 1 (Gary Tong Chin) vs Presentation 1 (Raheem Collins)
 
Tobago

Signal Hill 0 vs Roxborough 0

Mason Hall vs Scarborough – Did not play due to unfit ground

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #100 on: October 10, 2012, 04:56:26 AM »
Debe, St Augustine girls grab zonal crowns.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Debe Secondary and St Augustine won respective crowns in the South and East Zones, after completing victories in the BGTT Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL), on Sunday.

Debe Secondary, the defending South Zone champions claimed a 3-0 win over Vessigny Secondary at home, with Kayla Taylor getting a double and Shanelle Arjoon adding the other.
 
Debe, the most dominant team in schoolgirls’ football recorded its seventh consecutive win, with one match outstanding, with its nearest challenger Vessigny Secondary way behind on nine points from six matches.

St Augustine, meanwhile, has done just what Debe did and more, with an even more impressive run of eight wins from as many matches, and has produced by far the most potent attacking force in all four zones, with 58 goals from the start of the campaign, all the while remaining perfect defensively without conceding a single goal.

Its eighth win came on Sunday, when the team demolished El Dorado East 5-0, which was only four goals shy of the 9-0 thrashing inflicted last month.
 
The race remains tight in the North Zone, with defending zonal champions St Francois trailing Providence by two points, but with a match in hand. Providence closed the gap with St Francois with a chaotic 9-4 win over St Joseph’s Convent, with both Jordan van Reeken and Kelly-Ann Arrindell scoring a hat-trick each, while St Francois stumbled with a 2-2 draw with Holy Name.
 
St Francois’ Della Joseph opened after only two minutes, but her effort was quickly cancelled out by Holy Name standout Denise Tucker, who scored first in the 12th and then in the 34th minute. St Francois replied in the 50th minute from Tyricia McDonald as both teams settled for a point.

The top two teams will meet at President’s Ground, St Ann’s, in the girls’ SSFL match of the round, tomorrow (Thursday). It is Providence’s final match, while St Francois remains with one more fixture which will be against third-placed St Joseph’s Convent on Sunday. St Joseph’s has already beaten St Francois late last month in a 4-3 thriller.
 
With several outstanding matches to be played in Tobago, it remains too early to call a winner. However, with Signal Hill beating Scarborough Secondary 1-0 on Sunday, they remain favourites to take the title with an impressive four wins in five matches, with two matches to play to catch up with Mason Hall, which is on the same number of points after seven matches.

Mason Hall suffered a 4-0 defeat to Bishop’s, which is also on 12 points at the top, with six matches played. All zones will be back in action tomorrow, with the attention turned to the potential title decider in the North Zone.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #101 on: October 10, 2012, 05:00:26 AM »
Pres hunts ninth win in South.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Presentation College of San Fernando will be favoured to continue its march towards dethroning Shiva Boys as South Zone champions by securing a ninth straight win and maintain the league’s lone 100 per cent winning record, when the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League resumes today with matches in all five zones from 3.45 pm.

Presentation leads the South seven-team table with maximum 24 points from eight matches, eight ahead of Shiva which has a match in hand while Naparima College, the only team still in the title race has 15 from eight matches.

Today, Presentation will journey to La Romain for a clash with fourth placed St Benedict’s College with both teams coming off contrasting results on the weekend while Naparima and Shiva meet at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, with both teams knowing a defeat for either will end its title chase.

Led by a hat-trick from the prolific Shaquille Henry, Presentation hammered Princes Town 6-1 on Saturday while St Benedict’s fell 1-0 to Naparima and Shiva was on a bye.
 
In the zone’s other match today, Princes Town and Pleasantville, which was held 2-2 at Moruga on Saturday meet at Princes Town. But while the South Zone title could well be decided over the next two match days, the hunt for top honours in the North, East, Central and Tobago Zones are far from over with defending national champions St Anthony’s, Arima North, Carapichaima and Scarborough all holding narrow leads of no more than four points.
 
The “Westmooring Tigers” of St Anthony’s (18 points) lead the North by three points from rival East Mucurapo after both teams could only muster 0-0 draws against Digeo Martin North and Trinity College, which allowed St Mary’s (14 pts) to close the gap at the top after a 4-1 thumping of Fatima College.

However, with the “Saints” and East Mucurapo meeting in a key clash at Serpentine Road, a win for the “Tigers” away to the inconsistent Trinity at Moka, Maraval could strengthen its claim for a successful title-defence, while fourth placed Fatima (13 points) College entertains struggling Queen’s Royal College.
 
In the East Zone, Arima North (18 pts) enjoys a two-point cushion over defending champion El Dorado West which is on a bye today while San Juan North is next with 14 points followed by St Augustine (11 points) with the latter two having played a match less each. Arima North, which mauled Toco 6-1 in its last outing a week ago, travels to El Dorado West hoping to repeat its 2-1 first round triumph, while San Juan North travels to Trinity East, and St Augustine is away to Toco.
 
Chaguanas North, is currently second on the six-team Central Zone table with 11 points, four behind reigning champions, Carapichaima East and will have a chance today to narrow the gap to one point with victory over lowly Tabaquite in a re-scheduled encounter at Home Land Gardens, Chaguanas today. The match was originally carded for a week ago, but was called off due to a lack of officials.

Over in Tobago, leaders’ Scarborough (seven points) can take a big step towards the title with a victory at home over long-time rival Signal Hill, which is yet to get a win after four matches while Speyside hostsMason Hall.
 
Today’s Matches [NB: All matches begin at 3.45pm unless otherwise stated]
 
North

St Mary’s vs East Mucurapo, St Mary’s Ground
Trinity vs St Anthony’s, Moka, Maraval
Fatima vs QRC, Fatima Ground
 
East

Toco vs St Augustine, Toco
El Dorado West vs Arima North, El Dorado
San Juan North vs Trinity East, Trinity East
 
South

Naparima vs Shiva Boys, Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella
St Benedict’s vs Presentation, La Romain
Princes Town vs Pleasantville, Princes Town
 
Central
 
Chaguanas North vs Tabaquite, Home Land Gardens
 
Tobago

Speyside vs Mason Hall, Speyside
Signal Hill vs Scarborough, Signal Hill
 
Standings

North

Teams P W D L F A Pts
St Anthony’s 8 5 3 0 13 5 18
East Mucurapo 8 4 3 1 12 6 15
St Mary’s 8 4 2 2 12 8 14
Fatima 8 4 1 3 10 8 13
Trinity 7 1 1 5 4 12 5
D/Martin North 8 1 2 5 5 14 5
QRC 7 1 1 5 11 14 4
 
East

Teams P W D L F A Pts
Arima North 8 5 3 0 25 10 18
El Do East 8 5 1 2 18 15 16
San Juan North 7 4 2 1 13 4 14
St Augustine 7 3 2 2 13 9 11
Trinity East 7 2 1 4 13 14 7
El Do West 8 2 0 6 7 16 6
Toco 7 0 1 6 4 25 1
 
South

Teams P W D L F A Pts
Presentation 8 8 0 0 26 3 24
Shiva 7 5 1 1 12 3 16
Naparima 8 5 0 3 17 10 15
St Benedict’s 8 3 2 3 18 9 11
P/Town 6 1 1 4 6 16 4
P’ville 8 1 1 6 6 17 4
Moruga 7 0 1 6 5 32 1
 
Central

Teams P W D L F A Pts
Carapichaima 6 5 0 1 43 5 15
Chaguanas N 5 3 2 0 12 2 11
Couva West 6 3 0 3 9 15 9
Presentation 5 1 2 2 3 11 5
Tabaquite 5 1 1 3 3 17 4
Gasparillo 5 0 1 4 2 22 1
 
Tobago

Teams P W D L F A Pts
S/borough 3 2 1 0 10 5 7
Speyside 3 1 2 0 6 5 5
M/Hall 2 0 2 0 2 2 2
S/Hill 4 0 2 2 2 5 2
R/borough 2 0 1 1 2 5 1

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #102 on: October 10, 2012, 07:10:22 PM »
10 man Pres kept their 100% record coming from a goal down to beat Benedicts 3-1 down in the Commons.  henry scored 2.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #103 on: October 11, 2012, 02:48:04 AM »
‘Pres’ closes in on South title after ninth win.
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Presentation College San Fernando displayed another composed performance, albeit with 10 players, to close in on the South Zone Championship of the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League, after beating St Benedict’s College 3-1, in La Romain, yesterday.
 
It was a result which saw ‘Pres’ record its ninth straight win in the campaign, and two away en route to dethroning Shiva Boys, which nevertheless remained in the hunt with a 2-0 victory over Naparima College—the same result as the first leg.
 
It was St Benedict’s which surprised many with an early goal, when Yaseu Rougier slotted home in the seventh minute, but it took Presentation less than 15 minutes to respond, as Mathaius Hall scored to initiate a comeback.
 
Presentation found a lead in the 63rd minute through Shackiel Henry, which was followed less than five minutes later by yet another goal from the team and zone’s leading scorer Shackiel Henry.
 
Moments before Henry scored, St Benedict’s had the opportunity to equalize when Kyle Celestine stepped up for a penalty, after Presentation’s opening goal scorer, Hall, handled the ball, which saw him being ejected from the match with his second yellow card.

Celestine however missed the spot kick, which resulted in a turnover which Henry took full advantage of to add to his impressive tally which now stands at 16 goals from nine matches.
 
Shiva, which also won with two first half goals, will need full points in its remaining four matches and hope for Presentation to drop points in order to stand a chance at retaining the title.
 
Up north, the race for the title remains in full swing with both the reigning champion St Anthony’s College and East Mucurapo securing important away wins. St Anthony’s defeated Trinity 3-1, while East Mucurapo turned up with a late goal to drop St Mary’s 1-0.
 
After a goalless first half, it took only six minutes for St Anthony’s to find a three-goal lead, with Shaquille Long scoring a double (47th and 49th) and Kwesi Allen bagging the insurance goal in the 51st. Trinity got its consolation goal through Isaiah Price in the 77th minute. The win kept the “Tigers” on top the table by three points.
 
At Serpentine Road, St Mary’s and East Mucurapo were seemingly headed for a goalless draw, but a neat finish from Akeem Roach in the 80th minute put East Mucurapo back in contention for the top spot in the league, while St Mary’s were left to rue its conservative approach after back to back wins.
 
Fatima College, meanwhile, continued its downhill form with a 3-3 draw at home to QRC.
 
With a solid 3-1 half time lead, Fatima struggled in the second, whilst allowing QRC to pull two goals back with 20 minutes remaining, the second of which was scored by Courcian Elcock in the 88th minute. Fatima, which started the season well with four wins from six matches, has now failed to find a victory in three matches.
 
The “Dial Dynamos” of Arima North opened a four-point lead in the East Zone after whipping host El Dorado West 3-1, led by a goal in each half from national Under-20 striker, Marcus Gomez.
 
Jomal Francis opened Arima’s account after 17 minutes and Gomez doubled the lead in the 32nd, only for El Dorado to pull one back four minutes before the half.
 
The second half was a very tight affair with Gomez managing to get an insurance goal, his second of the match, three minutes from full-time to push its points tally to 21 from nine matches, four more than San Juan North.
 
San Juan North, meanwhile, also won on the road 4-1 at Trinity East, led by a double from Andel Andrews to move ahead of idle defending champions El Dorado East (16 points), which has a match in hand on the leaders.
 
In the zone’s other match, Jordan Devenish and Ricardo John both got braces as St Augustine “Green Machine” steamrolled Toco 4-0 to keep hold of fourth spot, two behind El Dorado East.
 
In the Central Zone, Chaguanas North closed to within two points of defending champion Carapichaima East with a hard fought 2-1 win over Tabaquite at Homeland Gardens, Chaguanas, in a match that was rescheduled from a week ago due to a lack of officials.
 
Chaguanas went ahead on the half-hour mark thanks to Keagan Edwards but six minutes later Jesse Frank conceded an own-goal for a 1-1 half-time score.
 
The match then seemed headed for a draw when Jeron Humphrey netted an 83rd-minute winner for Chaguanas to move to 14 points from six matches, one behind Carapichaima.
 
Over in Tobago, Valdez Perez netted the lone goal in the 78th minute as Scarborough completed the season sweep of rivals Signal Hill with a 1-0 win and now leads with ten points from four matches, four ahead of Speyside which played to a 2-2 draw with Mason Hall for the second time this season.
 
Yesterday’s Results

East:

St Augustine 4 (Jordan Devenish 2, Ricardo John 2) vs Toco 0

Arima North 3 (Marcus Gomez 32nd, 87th, Jomal Francis 17th) vs El Dorado West 1 (41st)

San Juan North 4 (Andel Andrews 2, Brent Sam, Anthony Downes) vs Trinity East 1 (Jameel Sempel)
 
Central:

Chaguanas North 2 (Keagan Edwards 30th, Jeron Humphrey 83rd) vs Tabaquite 1 (Jesse Frank o.g. 36th)
 
Tobago:

Scarborough 1 (Valdez Perez 78th) vs Signal Hill 0

Speyside 2 vs Mason Hall 2
 
North:

Mucurapo 1 (Akeem Roach 80th) v St Mary’s College 0

Fatima 3 (Arvin Prescod 16th, 45th, Brendon Creed 23rd) v QRC 3 (Josh Williams 30th, 70th, Courcian Elcock 88th)

St Anthony’s 3 (Shaquille Long 47th, 49th, Kwesi Allen 51st) v Trinity 1 (Isaiah Price 77th)
 
South:

Shiva 2 (Shevon Diaz, Qwesi Weston) v Naparima 0

Presentation 3 (Shackiel Henry 22nd, 67th, Mathiaus Hall 63rd) v St Benedict’s 1 (Yaseu Rougier 7th)

Princes Town 2 v Pleasantville 1
 
Current Zonal Standings

North:

Teams P W D L F A Pts
St Anthony’s 9 6 3 0 16 6 21
East Mucurapo 9 5 3 1 13 6 18
St Mary’s 9 4 2 3 12 9 14
Fatima 9 4 2 3 13 11 14
QRC 8 1 2 5 14 17 5
D/Martin North 8 1 2 5 5 14 5
Trinity 8 1 1 6 5 15 5
 
East:

Teams P W D L F A Pts
Arima North 9 6 3 0 28 11 21
San Juan North 8 5 2 1 17 5 17
El Do East 8 5 1 2 18 15 16
St Augustine 8 4 2 2 17 9 14
Trinity East 8 2 1 5 14 18 7
El Do West 9 2 0 7 8 19 6
Toco 8 0 1 7 4 29 1
 
South:

Teams P W D L F A Pts
Presentation 9 9 0 0 29 4 27
Shiva 8 6 1 1 14 3 19
Naparima 9 5 0 4 17 12 15
St Benedict’s 9 3 2 4 19 12 11
P/Town 7 2 1 4 8 17 7
P’ville 9 1 1 7 7 19 4
Moruga 7 0 1 6 5 32 1
 
Central:

Teams P W D L F A Pts
Carapichaima 6 5 0 1 43 5 15
Chaguanas North 6 4 2 0 14 3 14
Couva West 6 3 0 3 9 15 9
Presentation 5 1 2 2 3 11 5
Tabaquite 6 1 1 4 4 19 4
Gasparillo 5 0 1 4 2 22 1
 
Tobago:
 
Teams P W D L F A Pts
S/borough 4 3 1 0 11 5 10
Speyside 4 1 3 0 8 7 6
M/Hall 3 0 3 0 4 4 3
S/Hill 5 0 2 3 2 6 2
R/borough 2 0 1 1 2 5 1

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #104 on: October 11, 2012, 02:51:56 AM »
St Augustine, Debe take girls football titles.
T&T Newsday Reports.


St Augustine clinched the East Zone while Debe Secondary won the South Zone in the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Girls Championship.

St Augustine thrashed El Dorado East 5-0 on Sunday, for their eighth straight win, and an unassailable lead in the East while Debe blanked Vessigny 3-0 to register their seventh win in a row, and have retained their South title with three matches to spare.

Providence had the largest margin of victory on Sunday, disposing of St Joseph Convent Port of Spain 9-4 while, in another North Zone fixture, Holy Name Port of Spain battled to a 2-2 draw with St Francois.

In sister isle Tobago, Bishop’s High spanked Mason Hall 4-0 and Signal Hill edged Scarborough 1-0.

Today’s Fixtures (starting at 3.45 pm)-

NORTH ZONE - St Francois vs Providence; Malick vs Holy Name Port of Spain; St Joseph Convent Port of Spain vs Tranquility.

EAST ZONE - Arima vs El Dorado East; St Augustine vs St George’s; Bishop’s East vs Toco.

SOUTH ZONE - Point Fortin vs Debe; Holy Faith Penal vs Fyzabad; Vessigny vs Pleasantville.

TOBAGO ZONE - Signal Hill vs Speyside; Bishop’s High vs Roxborough; Scarborough vs Mason Hall.

St Francois, St Joseph in North Zone decider today.
T&T Guardian Reports.


With two schools, Debe (South) and St Augustine (East) already confirming a top spot in their respective BGTT/ First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Girls’ Championship divisions, focus has shifted to the competitive North Zone where a league champion may be decided, when defending champions St Francois hosts Providence at President’s Ground, St Ann’s, today.

A win for either team will see it secure the title outright, as Providence plays its last match of the League Championship, while St Francois remains with one match remaining. Providence currently leads the five team standings with 15 points. A win for Providence will put it on an unassailable 18 points, five more than St Francois, which will have to settle for a second place finish.

Granted the two teams play to a draw, St Francois will still trail Providence, but will have the opportunity to leapfrog the team in its final round match on Sunday, when it takes on St Joseph’s Convent.

However, St Francois will be looking for an outright win today, rather than taking it to the final round, against St Joseph, a team which it has already lost to 4-3, in the first round.
 
Unlike the North Zone, five of the six teams in the Tobago Zone has as strong a chance to taking the zonal title, with two regular fixtures, and several rescheduled matches to be played.
 
The round of matches to be contested today is the reverse of the fourth match day in the first round, which remains to be played.
 
Signal Hill, which is tied for first place on 12 points with two other teams, will challenge Speyside, which is three points behind.

Fixtures

North

St Francois v Providence, President’s Ground, St Ann’s
St Joseph’s v Tranquility, St Joseph Convent Ground
 
East Zone

Arima North v El Dorado East, Arima Ground
St Augustine v St George’s College, St Augustine
Bishops v Toco, Bishops Ground
 
South

Point Fortin East v Debe, Techier Village Ground
Vessigny v Pleasantville, La Brea
 
Tobago

Signal Hill v Speyside, Signall Hill
Bishops High v Roxborough, Bishops
Scarborough v Mason Hall, Shaw Park

Standings

North Zone

Teams Pld W D L F A Pts
Providence 7 5 0 2 20 11 15
St Francois 6 4 1 1 19 8 13
St Joseph 6 3 0 3 20 26 9
Holy Name 7 2 1 4 11 13 7
Tranquility 6 1 0 5 6 18 3
 
East

Teams Pld W D L F A Pts
St Augustine 8 8 0 0 58 0 24
Arima North 8 4 2 2 19 19 14
Toco 7 4 0 3 18 11 12
St George’s 8 2 2 4 11 21 8
El Do East 7 2 1 4 14 22 7
Bishop’s 8 0 1 7 5 52 1
 
South

Teams Pld W D L F A Pts
Debe 7 7 0 0 27 1 21
Vessigny 6 3 0 3 20 7 9
P/Fortin E 5 3 0 2 8 8 9
Pleasantville 5 1 0 4 2 14 3
Fyzabad 7 1 0 6 5 32 3
 
Tobago

Teams Pld W D L F A Pts
Signal Hill 5 4 0 1 14 2 12
Mason Hall 7 4 0 3 14 11 12
Bishops 6 4 0 2 10 4 12
Scarborough 5 3 0 2 10 6 9
Speyside 5 2 0 3 14 11 9
Roxborough 6 0 0 6 2 32 0

Both two teams have played only five matches of the scheduled eight.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #105 on: October 13, 2012, 03:06:50 AM »
'Pres' go for South title today.
T&T Express Reports.


Presentation College San Fernando will look to seal the BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League South Zone title today when they face Moruga Secondary in the first match of a double header at Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella from 3 p.m.

Pres, who are on a nine-game winning streak, have a perfect 27 points from nine matches and their closest rivals are Shiva Boys Hindu College, who are eight points back in second place but also have a game in hand.

In the second match of the double header, Pleasantville Secondary will tackle Naparima College from 5 p.m.

Shiva Boys take on Princes Town Secondary in the other match in the zone in Penal from 3:45 p.m.

In the North, defending champions St Anthony's College are just three points clear at the top of the standing with 21 points and cannot afford any lapses against third placed St Mary's College (14 points) when the two sides meet in Westmoorings from 3:45 p.m.

East Mucurapo who are second on the North Zone standings with 18 points, are on a bye today.

Other matches in the North will see second from last Diego Martin North Secondary taking on Fatima College in Diego Martin and last place Trinity College on the road to Queen's Royal College.

North Zone

Diego Martin North Sec vs Fatima College, Diego Martin, 3.45 p.m.
St Anthony's College vs St Mary's College, Westmoorings, 3.45 p.m.
QRC vs Trinity College, QRC, 3.45 p.m.

East Zone

St Augustine Sec vs El Dorado West Sec, St Augustine Sec, 3.45 p.m.
El Dorado East Sec vs Trinity College East, Larry Gomes Stadium, 3.45 p.m.
San Juan North Sec vs Toco Sec, Bourg Mulatresse, 3.45 p.m.

South Zone

Presentation College Sando vs Moruga Sec, Manny Ramjohn Stadium, 3 p.m
Pleasantville Sec vs Naparima College, Manny Ramjohn Stadium, 5 p.m.
Shiva Boys Hindu College vs Princes Town West Sec, Penal, 3.45 p.m.

Central Zone

Presentation College Chag vs Carapichaima East Sec, Presentation, 3.45 p.m.
Tabaquite Sec vs Couva West Sec, 3.45 p.m.
Chaguanas North Sec vs Gasparillo Sec, Chaguanas, 3.45 p.m.

Tobago Zone

Mason Hall Sec vs Roxborough Sec, Bon Accord, 3.45 p.m.
Scarborough Sec vs Speyside Sec, Scarborough, 3.45 p.m.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #106 on: October 13, 2012, 06:38:39 PM »
Pres crushed Moruga 12-0 with Henry scoring 6 and Shiva beat P Town 4-1 to keep their title hopes alive.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #107 on: October 14, 2012, 07:38:48 AM »
Pres closer to South Zone title
By Ian Prescott (Express).


THE only thing better than winning nine out of nine matches, is a 100 percent record after ten outings.

Yesterday, Presentation College inched closer to the South Zone title in the BGTT Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) with an emphatic victory over bottom team Moruga, at Manny Ramjohn Stadium, in Mara-bella. But defending champions, Shiva Boys ensured that Presentation did not celebrate winning the South Zone crown as yet, by beating Princes Town and keeping their slim hopes alive of defending their title.

A 10th victory in as many matches continued a dream season for Presentation College, and inched them closer to the South Zone title, with two rounds of matches still left. Shackiel Henry netted six goals, and Akil Pierre scored twice, while Angel Williams, Kyle Moody and Rakeem Francis got one apiece.

Presentation now have a maximum 30 points from 10 matches, with two matches left. Shiva Boys, meanwhile, have 22 points from nine matches after beating Princes Town 4-2, yesterday. Shiva Boys can reach 31 points by winning their last three matches.

Presentation are on a bye in midweek, while Shiva Boys play their outstanding match against Moruga. Providing Shiva win, they will meet Presentation in a showdown on Saturday.

"Our focus is not Shiva Boys because only they can prevent us winning the South title," said Presentation manager Michel Toney, yesterday. "The more you win the more player management becomes important.

"We expected to have a good season because we have basically the same team from last year. We lost three players, but we had a good group of under-16s to fill the gap. But even in pre-season we knew that Shiva Boys would give us the most competition this season."

YESTERDAY'S BGTT SSFL RESULTS

South Zone

Presentation College 12 (Shackiel Henry 6, Akil Pierre 2, Angel Williams, Kyle Moody, Rakeem Francis) vs Moruga 0

Shiva Boys 4 vs Princes Town 2

St Pleasantville 0 vs Naparima 2 (Incomplete)

East Zone

St Augustine 5 vs El Dorado West 0

El Dorado East 0 vs Trinity East 1

San Juan North 4 vs Toco 0

North Zone

St Anthony's 2 vs St Mary's 1

Diego Martin North 1 vs Fatima 4

QRC 2 vs Trinity 0

Central Zone

Carapichaima East 12 vs Gasparillo 0

Presentation 2 vs Tabaquite 2

Couva West 0 vs Chaguanas North 3

Tobago Zone

Mason Hall 3 vs Roxborough 1

Scarborough 2 vs Speyside 2

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« Reply #108 on: October 15, 2012, 03:21:46 PM »
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #109 on: October 16, 2012, 05:17:40 AM »
Trinity East holds Gustine to draw in reschedule match.
T&T Guardian Reports.


Former champions, St Augustine missed out on a chance to join San Juan North in second spot on the East Zone BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League table after it was held to a 1-1 draw by hosts Trinity East in a re-scheduled first round match yesterday.
 
The Green Machine as St Augustine started brightly and went ahead midway through the first-half thanks to Triston Hodge, however, Trinity East which was beaten by St Augustine, 4-1 on October 6, drew level via striker Jameel Sempel.

Any chance of St Augustine conjuring up a winner was then dented when midfielder Nicholas Marcano who netted in Saturday’s 5-0 thrashing of El Dorado West was red-carded.
 
Tomorrow, the top four will face off as Arima North entertains San Juan North at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar while St Augustine is at home to El Dorado East.
 
Results Yesterday’s BGTT/First Citizens SSFL matches:

East:

Trinity East (Jameel Sempel) vs St Augustine (Triston Hodge)
 
Current East Zone Standing:

Arima North 9 6 3 0 28 11 21
San Juan North 9 6 2 1 21 5 20
St Augustine 10 5 3 2 23 10 18
El Do East 9 5 1 3 18 16 16
Trinity East 10 3 2 5 16 19 11
El Do West 10 2 0 8 8 24 6
Toco 9 0 1 8 4 33 1.
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #110 on: October 17, 2012, 02:56:14 AM »
Shiva aims to keep Presentation waiting.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Shiva Boys, the defending South Zone champion of the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League will hope to delay handing over its title to runaway leader Presentation College of San Fernando, when matches resume today in all five zones from 3.45 pm.
 
Presentation, led by national youth striker Shackiel Henry’s 16 goals, heads the seven-team South table with maximum 30 points from ten matches, to be the lone team in the entire league with a 100-per-cent winning record, and is on a bye today while Shiva is eight points adrift with a match in hand.
 
Today, Shiva needs nothing less than a victory away to cellar-placed Moruga to stay in the title race ahead of its top-of-the-table meeting with Presentation on Saturday at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella. When both teams met in the first round Shiva came away with a 4-1 triumph and will be confident of picking up another three points, to keep the title race open at least for another round of matches.
 
In the two other South matches, former champions Naparima College, in third spot and four points behind Shiva travels to fifth-placed Princes Town while fourth-spot St Benedict’s College host Pleasantville at La Romaine. Up North, reigning zonal and national champions St Anthony’s College can also retain its title today depending on the outcome of its home clash with third-placed Fatima College and the meeting between second-placed East Mucurapo and Queen’s Royal College at Fatima Grounds, Mucurapo Road.
 
The “Westmooring Tigers” unbeaten in 25 matches dating back to the start of last year’s competition currently leads with 24 points from ten matches, six more than East Mucurapo and a win today over visiting Fatima coupled with anything but victory for East Mucurapo over the Royalians will see it secure yet another zonal crown ahead of their clash on Saturday.
 
At the other end of the table, Trinity and Diego Martin North, both with five points meet in a crucial relegation zone battle at Moka, Maraval. In the East Zone, the top four teams, Arima North (21 points), San Juan North (20), St Augustine (18) and reigning champion El Dorado East will face off with the title race still up for grabs.
 
The “Dial Dynamos” of Arima North, coming off a bye on the weekend will host San Juan North in a battle of the top two at Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar, with both teams hoping for a better result than their first round 1-1 draw at Bourg Mulatresse while St Augustine needs to avenge a 2-1 first round away loss to El Dorado East. In the other East Zone match today, bottom team Toco, with only a point, needs a victory over visiting El Dorado West (six points) to keep alive its hopes of avoiding relegation.
 
The Central Zone is expected to go down to the final round of matches next Wednesday with top two, defending champion Carapichaima East, with 18 points from seven matches, and Chaguanas North, a point behind, facing struggling Presentation College of Chaguanas and Gasparillo, fourth and last in the standings, respectively.
 
Over in Tobago, Speyside will have a chance to climb to within one point of front-runners Scarborough today when it travels to Settlement for a clash with bottom-placed Roxborough. Scarborough leads the five-team table with 11 points from five matches, but has an off day today while Speyside is next with seven points. 
 
Today’s BGTT/First Citizens SSFL zonal matches:
NB: All matches begin at 3.45 pm unless otherwise stated

 
North:
East Mucurapo vs QRC, Fatima Grds.
St Anthony’s vs Fatima, Westmoorings
Trinity vs D/Martin North, Moka, Maraval
 
East:
Toco vs El Dorado West, Toco
Arima North vs San Juan North, Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar
St Augsutine vs El Dorado East, St Augustine

South:
Moruga vs Shiva, Moruga
St Benedict’s vs Pleasantville, La Romaine
Princes Town vs Naparima, Princes Town
 
Central:
Presentation vs Carapichaima East, Presentation
Tabaquite vs Couva West, Tabaquite
Chaguanas North vs Gasparillo, Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva
 
Tobago:
Signal Hill vs Mason Hall, Signal Hill
Roxborough vs Speyside, Settlement
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #111 on: October 17, 2012, 05:53:51 AM »
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Shiva makes up crucial ground with Moruga thrashing
« Reply #113 on: October 18, 2012, 02:30:51 PM »
Shiva makes up crucial ground with Moruga thrashing
By Nigel Simon and Andrew Gioannetti (T&T Guardian)


Two goals on either side of the half from Sevon Diaz helped secure a 7-1 result for the second-placed defending champion Shiva Boys over Moruga Secondary, to keep its title hopes alive in the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League, yesterday.
 
Diaz’s four goal tally (29th, 34th, 61st and 85th), combined with efforts from Qwesi Weston (12th) Nathaniel Garcia (55th) and Shaquille Williams (88th) put Shiva Boys on 25 points from 10 matches, five less than leaders Presentation College San Fernando, which was on a bye.
 
Despite the result, “Pres” remains favourite to become the new zonal winner, having already played all but two matches, and claiming victory in each one of them, thus far.
 
The top two teams in the zone will be back in action on Saturday, in what is expecting to be a potential title decider. A win or draw will hand Presentation the title, while a win for Shiva would keep going into the final match-day, when it is set to face St Benedict’s College.
 
Even if Presentation loses to Shiva on Saturday, a win or draw on the final match day, when it faces Pleasantville Secondary (Presentation won the first leg 1-0).
 
Meanwhile, up North, the division’s key clash between St Anthony’s College and Fatima was aborted due to heavy showers. The “Tigers” looks likely to retain its zonal title saw its 2-1 lead come to waste when the referee blew off the match. Second placed East Mucurapo took advantage and handed QRC its worst defeat of the season via a 8-0 scoreline. Talented midfielder Aaqil Campbell scored a hat-trick.
 
It was in stark contrast to the narrow 2-1 win which East Mucurapo took in the first leg. Mucurapo leading 2-0 at the half, returned to demolish the “Royalians” and began with a flurry of four goals in the first eight minutes of the second half. The win put Mucurapo three points behind St Anthony’s, with both teams on 10 matches played, and two more to complete.
 
In the East Zone, leaders Arima North (24 points) moved to within two points of claiming the title with two matches left after edging San Juan North 1-0 with a 62nd minute strike from national Under-20 striker Marcus Gomez at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar despite playing the entire second half with ten men after Neveal Hackshaw was red-carded in the 40th minute.
 
The win carried the “Dial Dynamos” of Arima North to 24 points from ten matches, three ahead of St Augustine which blanked last year’s winner El Dorado East 2-0 with goals from Aikim Andrews, in the 20th and Jordan Devenish, in the 53rd third.
 
At the bottom of the standings, El Dorado West whipped host Toco 4-2 thanks to a Kussell Chairman hat-trick to all but secure its stay in the top flight for yet another season while Toco was demoted with the loss.
 
The Central Zone seems set for a final day decider between top the two, defending champion Carapichaima East (21 points) and Chaguanas North (20) after both won by 11-0 margins over Presentation College of Chaguanas and Gasparillo, respectively while in the other match Tabaquite trounced Couva West 3-0. For Carapichaima, Shaquille Holder scored his fourth hat-trick of the campaign to carry his tally to 27 while teammate Joshua Eneau also scored four in the lopsided win at Presentation. At Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, Ainsley County also banged four for Chaguanas North in its hammering of Gasparillo.
 
Over in Tobago, Speyside and Mason Hall both made use of front-runner Scarborough’s off day with vitals wins over Roxborough and Signal Hill
 
Speyside led by a brace from Jayon Warrick outplayed Roxborough 4-2 at Settlement to move to ten points from six matches, one behind Scarborough which has a match in hand while Mason Hall’s Brandon Joseph netted to earn his team a 1-0 triumph at Signal Hill for third on the table with nine points.
 
 
Yesterday’s BGTT/First Citizens SSFL zonal results:
 
Results North

 
East Mucurapo 8 (Aaqil Campbell 12th, 35th, 70th, Kadeem Hutchinson 46th, Keeno Allick 48th, Kevin Lewis 50th, Akeem Roach 53rd, Tafari Williams 67th) v QRC 0
 
Diego Martin North 1 v Trinity 0
 
St Anthony’s v Fatima- Did Not Play
 
 
South
 
Shiva 7 (Qwesi Weston 12th, Shevon Diaz 29th, 34th, 61st, 85th, Nathaniel Garcia 55th, Shaquille Williams 88th) v Moruga 1
 
Naparima 5 v Princes Town 1 (Kiel Ribiero 35th pen)
 
St Benedict’s v Pleasantville- Did Not Play

East:
 
El Do West 4 (Kurdelle Chairman 3, Stefan Lewis) vs Toco 2 (Shawkelle Ragoo, Shaquille Edwards)
 
Arima North 1 (Marcus Gomes 62nd) vs San Juan North 0
 
St Augsutine 2 (Aikim Andrews 20th, Jordan Devenish 53rd) vs El Do East 0
 
Central:
 
Carapichaima East 11 ( Shaquille Holder 17th, 22nd, 42nd, 82nd, Joshua Eneau 19th, 25th, 28th, 50th, Akeem James 72nd, 87th, Treverson Calliste 69th) vs Presentation 0
 
Tabaquite 3 (Andre Gonzales 8th, 88th, Chazaq Arnold 70th) vs Couva West 0
 
Chaguanas North 11 (Ainsley County 2nd, 20th, 21st, 49th, Jonathan Charles 17th, 34th, Deon O’Garro 60th, 64th, Jaron Humphrey 42nd, Isaiah Nichols 76th, Jerren Hall 89th) vs Gasparillo
 
Tobago:

Mason Hall 1 (Brandon Joseph 15th) vs Signal Hill 0

Speyside 4 (Jayon Warrick 2, Khalil Robley, Brandon Benjamin) vs Roxborough 2 (Terron Nimblett, Weah Adams)
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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #114 on: October 18, 2012, 03:01:37 PM »
East Mucurapo 8 (Aaqil Campbell 12th, 35th, 70th, Kadeem Hutchinson 46th, Keeno Allick 48th, Kevin Lewis 50th, Akeem Roach 53rd, Tafari Williams 67th) v QRC 0


It look like my Alma Mater suffering from the Canadian flu!

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« Reply #115 on: October 19, 2012, 06:02:43 AM »
Arima back right where we belong... on top...  Well done lads.
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« Reply #116 on: October 19, 2012, 06:35:40 AM »
East Mucurapo 8 (Aaqil Campbell 12th, 35th, 70th, Kadeem Hutchinson 46th, Keeno Allick 48th, Kevin Lewis 50th, Akeem Roach 53rd, Tafari Williams 67th) v QRC 0


It look like my Alma Mater suffering from the Canadian flu!

Wow what happen to QRC? I never heard they get 8 in my lifetime.Something had to be wrong because they started to improve nicely.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #117 on: October 19, 2012, 07:04:12 AM »
East Mucurapo 8 (Aaqil Campbell 12th, 35th, 70th, Kadeem Hutchinson 46th, Keeno Allick 48th, Kevin Lewis 50th, Akeem Roach 53rd, Tafari Williams 67th) v QRC 0

It look like my Alma Mater suffering from the Canadian flu!

Something else ails them ... Canada at least had a response.

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #118 on: October 20, 2012, 04:37:24 AM »
Day of title deciders in SSFL.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Reigning national champions St Anthony’s College will be one of four teams hoping to clinch their respective zonal titles when the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League penultimate round of zonal matches takes place today from 3.45 pm.
 
The “Westmooring Tigers,” as St Anthony’s are called, currently lead the seven-team North Zone with 24 points from ten matches, three ahead of long-time rival East Mucurapo which it faces today at Fatima Grounds, Mucurapo Road.

For the “Tigers,” who are unbeaten in 30 matches dating back to the start of last year and were 1-0 winners in the first round encounter, the task is simple: win, and they will be crowned champions for yet another season, with only a re-scheduled match against Fatima College, which was rained out at the half-time on Wednesday last, to be replayed next weekend.
 
However, a draw or a defeat for the Nigel Grosvenor-coached “Tigers” against “Compre” which is coming off a 8-0 thrashing of Queen’s Royal College will leave the title race open with the latter still to face relegation-threatened Diego Martin North in its final match on Wednesday.
 
In the two other matches, QRC and Diego Martin North, both with eight points, three ahead of Trinity College, meet at QRC Ground while St Mary’s host cellar-placed Trinity at Serpentine Road.

Down South, Presentation College of San Fernando will go into its clash against last year’s winner Shiva Boys, just needing a point to dethrone its rival when both teams square off at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.
 
The Shawn Cooper-coached Presentation, the only team in the league with a 100 per cent winning record heads the South table with maximum 30 points from ten matches while Shiva is five points behind and must avenge its 1-0 first round loss to carry the title chase into Wednesday’s final round.
 
At the other end of the table, bottom-placed Moruga with one point needs to pick up valuable points when it hosts Naparima while Princes Town is at home to St Benedict’s in a mid-table clash.

In the East Zone, front-runners Arima North with 24 points from ten matches travel to Trinity East for a tricky contest, knowing a win will see it replace El Dorado East as zonal champions.
 
However, the “Dial Dynamos” of Arima North know it will not be an easy task as in its last encounter with Trinity East at home on September 26 it needed two second-half strikes to come-from-behind and earn a 2-2 draw.

At Bourg Mulatresse, San Juan, the pressure will be on both San Juan North, with 20 points and two matches and second-placed St Augustine (21 points) which plays its final match today to get a win to keep their titles hope open mathematically, providing Arima North slips up.
 
Defending Central Zone champions Carapichaima East and rivals, second-placed Chaguanas North meet at Carapichaima with a point separating both teams and both coming off 11-0 triumphs over Presentation College of Chaguanas and Gasparillo respectively.
 
Victory for “Caps” will secure yet another crown while Chaguanas North needs nothing less than a win as it also faces the possibility of its 2-1 win in the first round being reversed to a 3-0 loss to Carapichaima due to protest.

Over in Tobago, the title is far from decided with the top two teams, Scarborough (11 pts) and Speyside (ten points), both in action while Mason Hall, third with nine points, has a bye. Today, Scarborough meets Roxborough at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet, while Speyside is at home to Signal Hill.
 
Today’s Matches
NB: All matches begin at 3.45 pm unless otherwise stated

 
North

East Mucurapo vs St Anthony’s, Fatima Ground
QRC vs Diego Martin North, QRC Ground
St Mary’s vs Trinity, Serpentine Road
 
East
 
El Do East vs Toco, Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar
San Juan North vs St Augustine, Bourg Mulatresse
Trinity East vs Arima North, Trinity East
 
South

Princes Town vs St Benedict’s, Princes Town
Moruga vs Naparima, Moruga
Presentation vs Shiva, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella
 
Central

Couva West vs Presentation, Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva
Carapichaima East vs Chaguanas North, Carapichaima
Gasparillo vs Tabaquite, Guaracara Park, Point-a-Pierre 
 
Tobago

Speyside vs Signal Hill, Speyside
Scarborough vs Roxborough, Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet

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Re: 2012 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #119 on: October 20, 2012, 08:14:31 AM »
Anyone know what the story is with St. Anthony's playing in Stoke City kits? I assume it has something to do with Kenwyne Jones, but is it a proper partnership, with opportunities for players etc?  :beermug:

 

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