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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #150 on: September 26, 2013, 05:58:03 AM »
Doc, the Bishop High v Goodwood fixtrures, was it played ?
I'll try to find out , but we had reps from BHS here, so they may provide an update as well :)

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #151 on: September 26, 2013, 07:33:12 AM »
Thanx Rich...

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #152 on: September 26, 2013, 11:04:05 PM »
Bishop's High School 3 (Chris Lewis, Goodwood Own Goal, Che Diaz) Goodwood 0

Current Standings
** I may be incorrect with Mason Hall being 2nd and Scar. Sec Being third. Didn't calculate goals against)**

Speyside (16 points, yet to lose a match, 5 wins one draw)
Mason Hall (12 points, ahead on goal diff.),
Scarborough Sec 12 points (yet to lose (3 wins and 3 draws))
Roxborough (12 points)
Pentecostal Light and Life (7 points)
Bishop's High (6 points)
Signal Hill (4 points)
Goodwood (1 point)
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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #153 on: September 27, 2013, 06:41:52 AM »
Plenty "whipping" and "thrashing" going on in the preceding report. It's girls' school ball, spare a thought nah man.
Express, at some point it would probably help to put the various programs in context and compare/and investigate how they stack up in terms of resources. It probably doesn't merely start on the field. Who knows? Yuh readership might end up with an interesting article.

The other day, the Guardian ran a piece about SAGHS and its schol winners, but cast that against infrastructural challenges such as antiquated lab space, bandwidth issues that went with everyone having a laptop, and a host of other issues. That was SAGHS ... others toiling in the Dark Ages?

 Ahmmm ..... Seeker is de boys teams that getting dem licks...... but I supposes somebody have to call de Couva team girls

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Gustine girls thrash El Do East to stay unbeaten.
T&T Express Reports.


St Augustine Secondary’s girls put eight unanswered goals past El Dorado East Secondary on Sunday to remain unbeaten in the BG T&T/First Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) East Zone competition.

In other results in the East, San Juan North Secondary defeated St George’s 4-0, while Toco beat Arima North 6-1.

In Tobago, Scarborough stayed in the lead with a 1-0 win over Speyside Secondary, and Mason Hall Secondary were whipped 3-0 by Roxborough Secondary.

St Joseph Convent Port of Spain also enjoyed a good day in the North, whipping Providence 4-0, while Bishop’s Anstey High School and St Francois Girls College both secured victories in that zone as well.

Siparia East Secondary ran away with a good result in the South Zone, holding defending champions Debe Secondary to a 1-1 draw, while Fyzabad Secondary edged Mayaro Secondary 3-2 to snare all three points.

Sunday's BG T&T/First Citizens Girls SSFL Scores

North Zone

Tranquility Secondary 0 vs St Francois Girls 1

Bishop’s POS 2 vs Holy Name Convent 0

St Joseph Convent 4 vs Providence Girls 0

East Zone

El Dorado East 0 vs St Augustine 8

San Juan North 4 vs St George’s 0

Toco Secondary 6 vs Arima North 1

South Zone

Mayaro Secondary 2 vs Fyzabad Secondary 3

Siparia East 1 vs Debe Secondary 1

Tobago Zone

Signal Hill 1 vs Bishop’s Tobago 2

Roxborough 0 vs Mason Hall 3

Scarborough 1 vs Speyside 0


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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #154 on: September 28, 2013, 05:26:44 PM »
2 Mason Hall @ Speyside 0
3 Scarborough Sec @ Goodwood 0
1 Light and Life @ Roxborough 1
1 Bishop's High @ Signal Hill 1
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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #155 on: September 28, 2013, 05:30:19 PM »
2 Mason Hall @ Speyside 0
3 Scarborough Sec @ Goodwood 0
1 Light and Life @ Roxborough 1
1 Bishop's High @ Signal Hill 1


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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #156 on: September 28, 2013, 05:31:42 PM »
St. Mary's 5 - Malick 0

Aaron Noel scored a hattrick coming off the bench.

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #157 on: September 28, 2013, 05:44:16 PM »
2 Mason Hall @ Speyside 0
3 Scarborough Sec @ Goodwood 0
1 Light and Life @ Roxborough 1
1 Bishop's High @ Signal Hill 1


Good result coach!!

Thanks. Hopefully more good results to come.
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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #158 on: September 28, 2013, 05:57:21 PM »
2 Mason Hall @ Speyside 0

Yeah boy!!   :wavetowel:

So Mason Hall is top of the table now??
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« Reply #159 on: September 28, 2013, 07:37:43 PM »
2 Mason Hall @ Speyside 0

Yeah boy!!   :wavetowel:

So Mason Hall is top of the table now??

Nah, Speyside at de top. Mason Hall is one point behind.
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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #160 on: September 28, 2013, 07:56:36 PM »
Pres edge P Town 1-0, Naps beat Mayaro 3-1 and Pville lost 2-0 to benedicts.

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #161 on: September 29, 2013, 06:03:01 AM »
Pres Chaguanas slam nine past Couva West
By Kern De Freitas (Express).


It rained in the Central Zone of the BGT&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) yesterday, but only showers of the goals variety hit the fields of play.

Presentation College Chaguanas took out their frustrations of trailing perfect defending champions Carapichaima East Secondary at home to Couva West, slamming nine goals past the visitors in a shutout win.

“Caps” couldn’t match that 9-0 tally over in New Settlement against 2012 Central InterCol winners Chaguanas North Secondary, but it drizzled enough with five goals in total, as Carapichaima needed a penalty of their own to win late after conceding two either side of halftime.

It poured a little harder over in Caroni, where Vishnu Boys Hindu School, having earned promotion just last year, were on the wrong end of a 6-1 drenching from visiting Tabaquite Secondary.

Over in Chaguanas, the most eventful happening was the collapse of young Couva footballer Daniel Stewart in the first half of the encounter.

The youngster suddenly fell to the ground, after which play was halted. He was unable to get back up and was eventually stretchered off. More than 30 minutes later an ambulance arrived and took a conscious Stewart to the Chaguanas Health Facility, where he was kept for observation with his parents at his side. He was expected to be discharged last night.

Back on the field,  Couva were spared the ignominy of a double-digit defeat by errant “Pres” shooting.
Still, the home side led 4-0 at the break, Raheem Collins helping himself to a first half hat-trick, including a brilliant first time half volley in the 25th. He added another item in the second period.

Suraj Ramcharran did the opposite, opening the scoring in the 20th minute and finishing up with three more goals in the second half. The other goal was netted by Daniel Hosein. It was a tough day for more than one reason for Couva, who had a couple of diminutive first-formers in their lineup.

And it was hardly a dull day for Central, which was doused by 21 goals over three encounters.
 
Yesterday’s SSFL Scores
 
North

Diego Martin North 1 (Josh Toussaint 5th) v Fatima 1 (Brendon Creed)

CIC 5 (Myles Yorke, Aaron Noel 3, Tyler Kirton) v Malick 0

St Anthony’s 1 (Jonol Francois) v East Mucurapo 2
 
South  Zone

Presentation 1 (Shaquille Henry 64th) v Princes Town 0

Naparima 3 (Isiah Hudson, Jabari Mitchell, Michael Basdeo) v Mayaro 1

Pleasantville 0 v St Benedict’s 2 (Yafeau Roget 32nd penalty, Tyler Williams 87th)
 
Central Zone

Presentation Chaguanas 9 (Raheem Collins 25th, 41st, 42nd, 66th, Suraj Ramcharan 20th, 61st, 77th, 90th, Daniel Hosein 71st) v Couva West 0

Carapichaima 3 (Simon Joseph 1st, Ravi Brown 82nd, 85th)v Chaguanas North 2 (David Maloney 22nd penalty, 47th penalty)

Vishnu Boys 1 v Tabaquite 6
 
East Zone

El Dorado West 3 (De Four Yaa Pierre 33rd, Brian De Verteuil 47th, Jackeem Noriega 84th) v El Dorado East 1 (Darnel Sookoo 68th)

San Juan North 2 (Levi O’Brien 24th penalty, O’Neil Jarvis 82nd) v Valencia 1 (Gabriel Thomas 41st)

Trinity East 0 v Arima North 2 (Kwesi Winsor 69th, 85th)
 
Tobago Zone

Goodwood vs Scarborough
—forfeited to Scarborough

Roxborough 1 v Pentecostal L&L 1

Signal Hill 1 (Axil George) v Bishop’s 1 (Ackel Carrington)
 
Speyside 0 v Mason Hall 2 (Akini James 2)

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #162 on: October 01, 2013, 01:58:08 AM »
St Augustine stay perfect in Girls SSFL.
By Roger Seepersad (Express).


St Augustine Secondary stayed on top in the BG T&T/First Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) East Zone competition with a 2-0 win over Toco Secondary, at Matura Recreation Ground, on Sunday.

Two second half items, one from Laurelle Theodore in the 62nd minute and another from Celeste Thomas four minutes from time, ensured the St Augustine girls came away with three points.

In other matches in the East, a brace from Renee Duncan plus one each from Demi Guavera, Anushka Villareal and Kushvlle Clarke helped St George’s College clinch a 5-2 victory over Arima North.

The other East game on Sunday saw San Juan North Secondary defeat El Dorado East Secondary 3-0 in San Juan. Kamika De Leon put the hosts ahead in the ninth minute before Ketara Munroe doubled their lead nine minutes into the second half. Leandra Lynch completed the scoring for San Juan North two minutes before the final whistle.

In the South Zone, defending champions Debe Secondary kept on rolling with a 1-0 win over Point Fortin East Secondary.

The other match in the South, between Mayaro Secondary and Siparia Secondary, was postponed.

In the North, St  Francois beat St Joseph’s Convent, Port of Spain 4-0, while Providence Girls defeated Holy Name Convent 2-0.

St Joseph’s Convent will be in action again today, against Bishop Anstey High School, in a rescheduled fixture at St Joseph’s ground, from 3.45 p.m.

And over in Tobago, defending champions Bishop’s High defeated Mason Hall 5-0, while Signal Hill defeated Scarborough 2-1 and Speyside beat Roxborough by the same margin.

Sunday’s Scores

North Zone

St Joseph’s Convent 0, St Francois Girls 4

Holy Name Convent 0, Providence Girls 2

East Zone

Toco Secondary 0, St Augustine Secondary 2 (Laurelle Theodore 62nd, Celeste Thomas 76th)

St George’s College 5 (Demi Guavera 1, Anushka Villareal 1, Kushvlle Clarke 1, Renee Duncan 2), Arima North Secondary 2

San Juan North Sec 3 (Kamika De Leon 9th, Ketara Munroe 49th, Leandra Lynch 78th), El Dorado East Sec 0

South Zone

Point Fortin East 0, Debe Secondary 1

Tobago Zone

Mason Hall 0, Bishop’s High 5

Scarborough 1, Signal Hill 2

Roxborough 1, Speyside 2

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #163 on: October 02, 2013, 07:40:26 AM »
Tobago Zone (1st October 2013): Bishop's High 0 @ Roxborough 3
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« Reply #164 on: October 02, 2013, 04:09:24 PM »
CIC 1 - 1 Mucurapo. Last scores I got were 1-1 between Fatima and St. Anthony's and a 3-0 win for Malick over QRC (not sure about that one).

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« Reply #165 on: October 02, 2013, 08:45:36 PM »
Who is credited with originating the "Green Machine" name?

1978/79 a piece of art (some sort of machine) was created by some students, I believe Anthony Gray, Matamorrow and others from the team were involved. It was painted green and hence we have the green machine.


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« Reply #166 on: October 02, 2013, 09:51:31 PM »
CIC 1 - 1 Mucurapo. Last scores I got were 1-1 between Fatima and St. Anthony's and a 3-0 win for Malick over QRC (not sure about that one).

Yea Malick finally beat somebody
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« Reply #167 on: October 03, 2013, 04:28:14 AM »
East Mucurapo hold Saints 1-1.
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Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) North Zone leaders St Mary’s College maintained their advantage at the top of that zone when they were held to a 1-1 draw by East Mucurapo, yesterday, at CIC Grounds, Serpentine Road, St Clair.

Chinua Bernard netted for the Saints while Akeem Roach made sure Mucurapo earned a share of the points.

The 1-1 scoreline was similar in the Fatima/St Anthony’s clash, while Malick triumphed 3-1 over QRC at QRC Ground.

In the East, St Augustine extended their lead at the top to seven points when they shut out El Dorado East 5-0.

Arima North’s 1-2 loss to San Juan North meant that the Green Machine increased their advantage in the standings. In the other game, El Dorado West whipped Valencia 3-0.

And in Central, Carapichaima East notched their sixth straight win with a 4-2 result over Tabaquite.

YESTERDAY’S SCORES

North Zone

CIC 1 (Chinua Bernard), East Mucurapo 1 (Akeem Roach 23rd)

Fatima 1 (Leland Archer), St Anthony’s 1

QRC 1, Malick 3

East Zone

El Dorado East 0, St Augustine 5

San Juan North 2, Arima North 1

El Dorado West 3, Valencia 0

Central Zone

Presentation 7, Vishnu Boys 2

Carapichaima East 4, Tabaquite 2

Chaguanas North vs Couva West (cancelled)

South Zone

Shiva Boys 1, St Benedict’s 1

Naparima 2, Presentation 2

Pleasantville 0, Mayaro 0

Tobago Zone

Speyside 6 (Brandon Benjamin [3], Weah Adams [2], Marcus Caesar), Signal Hill 2

Mason Hall 2, Scarborough 3

Roxborough 3 (Kasheem Webb, Mihirie Malchan, Kyle George), Bishop’s High 0

Goodwood 1, Pentecostal L&L 0

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« Reply #168 on: October 03, 2013, 05:02:56 AM »
http://www.trinidadexpress.com/sports/East-Mucurapo-hold-Saints-1-1-226248071.html


Tobago Zone
Speyside 6 (Brandon Benjamin 3, Weah Adams 2, Marcus Caesar), Signal Hill 2
Mason Hall 2, Scarborough 3
Roxborough 3 (Kasheem Webb, Mihirie Malchan, Kyle George), Bishop’s High 0
Goodwood 1, Pentecostal L&L 0
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« Reply #169 on: October 03, 2013, 06:45:01 AM »
CIC 1 - 1 Mucurapo. Last scores I got were 1-1 between Fatima and St. Anthony's and a 3-0 win for Malick over QRC (not sure about that one).

Yea Malick finally beat somebody

QRC will be fighting relegation again.

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« Reply #170 on: October 03, 2013, 04:31:01 PM »
CIC 1 - 1 Mucurapo. Last scores I got were 1-1 between Fatima and St. Anthony's and a 3-0 win for Malick over QRC (not sure about that one).

Yea Malick finally beat somebody

QRC will be fighting relegation again.

They will have a new principal soon.  Hinkson going to be put out to pasture

Jackie Hinkson is Principal?
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« Reply #171 on: October 03, 2013, 08:56:57 PM »
CIC 1 - 1 Mucurapo. Last scores I got were 1-1 between Fatima and St. Anthony's and a 3-0 win for Malick over QRC (not sure about that one).

Yea Malick finally beat somebody

QRC will be fighting relegation again.

They will have a new principal soon.  Hinkson going to be put out to pasture

Jackie Hinkson is Principal?

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« Reply #172 on: October 04, 2013, 10:08:06 AM »
Can I please see a standings table. Much appreciated
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« Reply #174 on: October 04, 2013, 11:30:47 AM »
Can I please see a standings table. Much appreciated

North Zone Table

South Zone Table

East Zone Table

Central Zone Table

Tobago Zone Table


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« Reply #175 on: October 04, 2013, 05:02:11 PM »
2 Speyside @ Bishop's High 2 (2-0 Speyside at HT).
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« Reply #176 on: October 06, 2013, 06:26:59 AM »
Caps hammer Vishnu Boys 18-0.
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Carapichaima East Secondary continued their winning ways, yesterday, hitting 18 unanswered goals past a helpless Vishnu Boys in their BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Central Zone match, at Carapichaima.

Justin Joseph and Simon Joseph scored six goals each in the drubbing, with Aknee Harry, Darren Cox, Kadiz Chandler, Joshua Eneau, Keon Brown and Shaquille St Clair all getting one.

In the East Zone, leaders St Augustine Secondary defeated defending champions Arima North Secondary 7-0 with Ricardo John scoring four times. Jordan Devenish also got onto the scoresheet with a double while Keshawn Masclin netted the other goal for the “Green Machine”.

In other results in the East, El Dorado West Secondary beat Trinity College East 3-2 to stay second on the standings, and El Dorado East overcame Valencia 1-0 thanks to an 82nd minute item from Aaron Neptune.
In the North, St Anthony’s College reclaimed the lead with a 4-0 win over Diego Martin North Secondary in Westmoorings.

They moved ahead of St Mary’s College thanks to a superior goal difference after the “Saints” defeated Fatima College by a 3-2 margin at CIC Ground.

And in the South, Presentation College San Fernando stayed in the lead with a 4-0 win over Pleasantville, while title-chasers Shiva Boys and Naparima drew 2-2.

Yesterday’s BG T&T/First Citizens SSFL Scores
 
North Zone

St Anthony’s College 4 vs Diego Martin North Sec 0

East Mucurapo Sec 3 vs QRC 2

St Mary’s 3 vs Fatima College 1
 
East Zone

St Augustine Sec 7 (Ricardo John 4, Jordan Devenish 2, Keshawn Masclin 1) vs Arima North Sec 0

Valencia Sec 0 vs El Dorado East Sec 1 (Aaron Neptune 82nd)

El Dorado West Sec 3 vs Trinity College East 2 (Tyrik John 39th, Shayden Primus 77th)
 
Central Zone

Carapichaima East Sec 18 (Aknee Harryw 24th, Darren Cox 77th, Kadiz Chandler 65th, Joshua Eneau 82nd, Keon Brown 29th, Shaquille St Clair 23rd, Justin Joseph 35th, 46th, 49th, 51st, 73rd 90th, Simon Joseph 14th, 30th, 55th, 79th, 84th, 86th) vs Vishnu Boys 0

Chaguanas North Sec 9 vs Presentation College 0

Couva West Sec vs Tabaquite--Did not play
 
South Zone

Naparima College 2 (Jabari Mitchell 13th, Michael Basdeo 22nd) vs Shiva Boys 2 (Shavon Diaz 73rd, Shaquille John 78th)

Presentation College 4 vs Pleasantville Sec 0

Mayaro Sec 3 (Keylon Thomas 3rd, 54th, Bakiel Ferrier 77th) vs Princes Town West Sec 0
 
Tobago Zone

Signal Hill 5 vs Goodwood 1

Speyside 2 vs Bishop's High 2

Scarborough vs Roxborough--Did not play

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« Reply #177 on: October 06, 2013, 06:31:01 AM »
CIC, St Anthony’s grab comfortable victories
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St Mary’s and St Anthony’s College continued their fight for top-spot in the North Zone of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) standings as both teams recorded wins yesterday as the seventh round of the nationwide tournament kicked off at several locations.

St Mary’s, tied atop the table with St Anthony’s on 16pts, brushed past fourth placed Fatima College (8pts) 3-1 at the CIC Grounds yesterday. But, the ‘‘Tigers’ were also in good form as they crushed sixth placed Diego Martin North Secondary (5pts) 4-0 to stay level with St Mary’s.

The final zonal encounter also saw third placed East Mucurapo (14pts) get the better of fifth placed Queen’s Royal College (6pts) 3-2 at the Fatima Grounds.

In the East, top-of-the-table St Augustine (19pts) maintained their dominant string of performances with a 7-0 drubbing of fourth placed Arima North Secondary (12pts). Second ranked El Dorado West salvaged a much-needed 3-2 win over close counterparts and third placed Trinity East (12pts). The struggling El Dorado East (3pts) gained a precious three points yesterday as they held off a persistent Valencia Secondary 1-0. Valencia are yet to get off the mark.

Over in Tobago, table leaders Speyside Secondary (19pts) were held to a 2-2 result against sixth placed Bishop’s High (7pts).

Third placed Mason Hall (15pts) also showed worth as they shut out Pentecostal Light and Life (8pts) 2-1. Additionally, yesterday’s meeting between second placed Scarborough Secondary and Roxborough was postponed to a date yet to be announced.

In Central, it rained goals once more as leaders Carapichaima Secondary (18pts) stamped their authority over Vishnu Boys (3pts) with a massive 18-0 victory. Chaguanas North Secondary (9pts) made light work of Presentation College (Chaguanas) as they whipped the latter 9-0.

And Couva West had yet another one of their games postponed, as they were scheduled to face Tabaquite yesterday.

The teams were scheduled to kick-off at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, but upon their arrival, they were greeted with an ongoing ‘‘family day’’.

Team officials opted to head to Gilbert Park to attempt the match but there was no official lines to border the football field.

They tried another grounds in the area, only to be turned away by practicing clubs. This is the third game that Couva have been forced to reschedule.

And in the southland, Naparima gave away their golden chance of inching closer to leaders Presentation College, when they let a two-goal lead slip away at the hands of Shiva Boys.

Shiva pounced late in the second half and forced a 2-2 result.

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #179 on: October 06, 2013, 07:51:36 AM »
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And Couva West had yet another one of their games postponed, as they were scheduled to face Tabaquite yesterday.

The teams were scheduled to kick-off at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, but upon their arrival, they were greeted with an ongoing ‘‘family day’’.

Team officials opted to head to Gilbert Park to attempt the match but there was no official lines to border the football field.

They tried another grounds in the area, only to be turned away by practicing clubs. This is the third game that Couva have been forced to reschedule.





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