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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #180 on: October 06, 2013, 08:47:38 AM »
list of top scorers?
now that we have mastered the language we can wield it as we may

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #181 on: October 06, 2013, 09:24:10 AM »
Was scoring 18 necessary?

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #182 on: October 06, 2013, 10:06:04 AM »
Was scoring 18 necessary?

Goal difference might help.
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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #183 on: October 06, 2013, 11:10:31 AM »
Was scoring 18 necessary?

yeah, if yuh receiving it and dont like it then put a stop to it.

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #184 on: October 07, 2013, 07:56:24 AM »
Was scoring 18 necessary?

yeah, if yuh receiving it and dont like it then put a stop to it.

So, would you be aboard with 40, if they could score 40?

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #185 on: October 07, 2013, 12:07:12 PM »
Where VB ?

Forza CIC !  Fatima is easy points


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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #186 on: October 07, 2013, 05:39:43 PM »
Was scoring 18 necessary?

yeah, if yuh receiving it and dont like it then put a stop to it.

So, would you be aboard with 40, if they could score 40?

yep.

you sounding like those American commentators about running up the score.  If you collecting too much licks then either get better or dont play.  Dont expect the opposition to take it easy on yuh.

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #187 on: October 07, 2013, 07:11:22 PM »
Was scoring 18 necessary?

yeah, if yuh receiving it and dont like it then put a stop to it.

So, would you be aboard with 40, if they could score 40?

yep.

you sounding like those American commentators about running up the score.  If you collecting too much licks then either get better or dont play.  Dont expect the opposition to take it easy on yuh.

De objective is 3 points. Yuh doh get bonus points for surplus goals. How many times have you seen teams knock the ball around and manage a match once they've secured an unassailable lead? Is 40 more unassailable than 18?

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #188 on: October 10, 2013, 03:21:35 AM »
Speyside trounce Goodwood.
T&T Newsday Reports.


SPEYSIDE TROUNCED Goodwood, in a clash of the first and last- placed teams in the Tobago Zone, as the BGTT Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Championship Division continued yesterday.

In front of their home fans, Speyside romped to a 5-2 win to extend their lead over both Scarborough and Mason Hall to four points. Speyside have a tally of 23 points, while Scarborough and Mason Hall remain in second and third places respectively.

Scarborough were held to a goalless draw away to Signal Hill while Mason Hall battled to a 2-2 draw against Roxborough at Plymouth. There was also a 2-2 result, between Bishop’s and Pentecostal Light and Life, at Mt Pleasant.

Other Results -

North Zone -

ST MARY’S (3) vs DIEGO MARTIN (1)

MUCURAPO (4) vs MALICK (1)

FATIMA (1) vs QRC (0).

East Zone -

ST AUGUSTINE (3) vs TRINITY EAST (0)

SAN JUAN (2) vs EL DORADO EAST (0)

ARIMA (1) vs VALENCIA (0).

South Zone -

MAYARO (1) vs SHIVA BOYS (0)

NAPARIMA (2) vs PLEASANTVILLE (0)

ST BENEDICT’S (1) vs PRINCES TOWN (0).

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #189 on: October 10, 2013, 03:27:35 AM »
Saints steer clear with Diego Martin win.
T&T Guardian Reports.


For the third time this season, St Mary’s College has gone clear at the top of the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) North Zone, in what has thus far been a keen battle for supremacy among three teams.

Also, for the first time this season, St Anthony’s has dropped into third spot. The Tigers were on a bye yesterday, while St Mary’s College capitalised with a comfortable 3-1 win over host Diego Martin North Secondary, while East Mucurapo crushed Malick Secondary 4-1.

At Diego Martin North ground, the host team’s leading scorer Josh Toussaint gave St Mary’s an early fright when he scored an equalising goal on the half-hour mark, cancelling Nathan Hart’s opener for the Saints in the tenth minute.

The second-half was a controlled effort for the visitors, and it took just ten minutes into the resumption for the eventual winner to take a 2-1 advantage courtesy of a headed goal from Aaron Noel. The match was then wrapped up, as St Mary’s stormed to a two-point lead at the top of the standings with a close-ranged Sebastien Carbal goal just minutes from the end.

St Mary’s, since losing to St Anthony’s (2-1) last month has gone on a creditable four-match unbeaten run, dropping points only in a 1-1 draw to East Mucurapo.

St Anthony’s has also lost and drawn one match this season, winning all others. However, East Mucurapo, which has been an improving team went into second spot thrashing bottom-of-the-table Malick at the Hasely Crawford Stadium’s training field.

The other match in the zone saw Fatima College eked out a win with an own goal in the final moments of the match against third-from-bottom QRC, which has now lost its fifth consecutive match.

In the East, reigning champion St Augustine eased past Trinity East 3-0 to remain unbeaten and en route to defending the zonal title.

Leading goalscorer Ricardo John added another effort to his tally with a lone goal, while Jordan Devonish and Triston Hodge got the others.

Tobago’s Speyside Secondary enjoyed the only win this match day via a 5-2 drubbing of bottom-placed Goodwood.

South leader Presentation College San Fernando was on a bye, while Shiva Boys which sat second before the start of the match day was relegated to third following a 1-0 loss to newly promoted Mayaro Secondary.

Moving into second was Naparima, which took a 2-0 win over Pleasantville. The Central Zone is on a break until Saturday. Matches will resume in all zones on Saturday.

Yesterday Results

North Zone

Fatima 1 (Og 87th) v QRC 0

St Mary’s 3 (Nathan Hart 10th, Aaron Noel 55th, Sebastian Cabral 85th) v Diego Martin North 1 (Josh Toussaint 30th)

East Mucurapo 4 (Kevon Goddard 13th Aaqil Campbell 73rd, Akeem Roach 85th, Shaquille Williams 90th+) v Malick 1

South Zone

St Benedict’s 1 (Yafeu Rougier 28th) v Princes Town 0

Naparima 2 (Akeem Humphrey 42nd, Trent Paul 51st) v Pleasantville 0

Mayaro 1 v Shiva Boys 0

East Zone

St Augustine 3 (Triston Hodge, Jordan Devonish, Ricardo John) v Trinity East 0

Arima North 1 v Valencia 0

San Juan North 2 v El Dorado East 0

Tobago

Bishop’s High 2 (Che Diaz, Keishon Small) v Pentecostal L&L 2

Speyside 5 (Marcus Caesar, Weah Adams, Terquille Mahabal, Simeon Skeete, Brandon Benjamin) v Goodwood 2

Tuesday - Tobago

Mason Hall 2 v Roxborough 2
 
Signal Hill 0 v Scarborough 0

Standings [North Zone]

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
St Mary’s    9    7    1    1    23    9    22
East Mucurapo    9    6    2    1    16    9    20
St Anthony’s    8    6    1    1    20    8    19
Fatima    9    3    2    4    14    17    11
QRC    9    2    0    7    13    21    6
Diego Martin    8    1    2    5    6    16    5
Malick    8    1    0    7    7    21    3

East Zone

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
St Augustine    9    8    1    0    35    2    25
El Dorado West    8    5    1    2    22    9    16
San Juan    8    5    0    3    17    16    15
Arima North    9    5    0    4    17    18    13
Trinity East    8    4    0    4    12    13    12
El Dorado East    9    2    0    7    4    19    6
Valencia    9    0    0    9    1    31    0

South Zone

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Pres San/do    8    6    2    0    18    3    20
Naparima    9    4    3    2    15    11    15
Shiva Boys    9    3    4    2    16    13    13
Mayaro    8    3    3    2    9    8    12
St Benedict’s    7    3    2    2    10    8    11
Princes Town    8    1    1    6    6    14    4
Pleasantville    9    1    1    7    2    19    4

Central Zone

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Carapichaima    7    7    0    0    59    6    21
Chaguanas North    5    4    0    1    32    4    12
Tabaquite    6    3    0    3    22    15    9
Pres Chaguanas    7    3    0    4    23    22    9
Vishnu Boys    7    1    0    6    10    56    3
Couva West    4    0    0    4    2    45    0

Tobago Zone

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Speyside    10    7    2    1    35    11    23
Mason Hall    10    6    1    3    26    12    19
Scarborough    9    5    4    1    16    5    18
Roxborough    9    4    3    2    18    15    15
Signal Hill    10    2    3    5    18    19    9
Bishop’s High    10    2    3    5    9    18    9
Pentecostal L&L    10    2    3    5    7    19    9
Goodwood High    10    1    1    8    8    38    4

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #190 on: October 12, 2013, 03:04:26 AM »
Speyside stay out front in Tobago.
T&T Express Reports.


Marcus Cesar ensured his school Speyside Secondary stayed four points clear at the top of the BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Tobago Zone standings with three matches left in the season.

Cesar scored the only goal in Speyside’s 1-0 win over Scarborough yesterday while Mason Hall defeated Bishop’s High 2-1 to move up to second place.

Scarborough’s loss saw them drop to third but they still have four matches to play.

In other results yesterday, Roxborough defeated Goodwood 6-0 while Pentecostal Light and Life overcame Signal Hill 3-1.

Action in the other four zones resumes today. In the North potential title-decider takes place at CIC Ground with leaders St Mary’s College taking on defending champions St Anthony’s College from 3.45 p.m.

Yesterday’s BG T&T/First Citizens
 
SSFL Results (Tobago Zone)

Scarborough 0 vs Speyside 1 (Marcus Cesar)

Bishop’s High 1 (Shornel Thomas) vs Mason Hall 2 (L-Che Edwards, Hakeeb Louis)

Pentecostal L&L 3 (Jeremy Benjamin, Hakeem Baynes, Shakeem Irvine) vs Signal Hill 1 (Akiel Frank)

Roxborough 6 (Jariel James, Jabari Francis, Pretha Duncan, Shaquosi Allayne, Danzel Cordner, 1 own goal) vs Goodwood 0

Today’s BG T&T/SSFL Fixtures
(All matches kick off at 3.45 p.m.)

North Zone

St Mary’s College vs St Anthony’s College, CIC Ground
Malick Sec vs Fatima College, Hasely Crawford Training Ground
QRC vs Diego Martin North Sec, QRC Ground

East Zone

St Augustine Sec vs Valencia Sec, St Augustine
El Dorado West Sec vs San Juan North, El Dorado
Trinity College East vs El Dorado East Sec, Trinity

Central Zone

Couva West Sec vs Carapichaima East Sec, Ato Boldon Stadium
Presentation College Chaguanas vs Tabaquite Sec, Presentation
Vishnu Boys vs Chaguanas North Sec, Caroni

South Zone

Mayaro Sec vs Presentation College San Fernando, Mayaro
St Benedict’s vs Naparima, La Romain
Princes Town West Sec vs Shiva Boys, Princes Town.

BG T&T/First Citizens SSFL Standings

North Zone

Team   GP   W   D   L   GD   Pts
St Mary’s    9   7   1   1   14   22
East Mucurapo   9   6   2   1   9   20
St Anthony’s   8   6   1   1   13   19
Fatima College   9   3   2   4   -3   11
QRC   9   2   0   7   -8   6
Diego Martin North   8   1   2   5   -10   5
Malick    8   1   0   7   -15   3

East Zone

Team   GP   W   D   L   GD   Pts
St Augustine   9   8   1   0   33   25
El Dorado West   8   5   1   2   13   16
San Juan North   8   5   0   3   1   15
Arima North   9   5   0   4   -1   15
Trinity East   8   4   0   4   -1   12
El Dorado East   9   2   0   7   -15   6
Valencia Sec   9   0   0   9   -30   0

Central Zone

Team   GP   W   D   L   GD   Pts
Carapichaima East    7   7   0   0   53   21
Chaguanas North   5   4   0   1   28   12
Tabaquite   6   3   0   3   7   9
Presentation   7   3   0   4   1   9
Vishnu Boys   7   1   0   6   -46   3
Couva West   4   0   0   4   -43   0

South Zone

Team   GP   W   D   L   GD   Pts
Presentation   8   6   2   0   15   20
Naparima College   9   4   3   2   4   15
Shiva Boys   9   3   4   2   3   13
Mayaro Secondary    8   3   3   2   1   12
St Benedict’s   7   3   2   2   2   1
Princes Town West    8   1   1   6   -8   4
Pleasantville   9   1   1   7   -17   4

Tobago Zone

Team   GP   W   D   L   GD   Pts
Speyside   11   8   2   1   25   26
Mason Hall   11   7   1   3   15   22
Scarborough   10   5   4   1   10   19
Roxborough   10   5   3   2   9   18
Pentecostal L&T   11   3   3   5   -10   12
Signal Hill    11   2   3   6   -3   9
Bishop’s High   11   2   3   6   -10   9
Goodwood   11   1   1   9   -36   4

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #191 on: October 12, 2013, 06:10:49 PM »
A RAZA TAZZZZZZZZZZZ

CIC 3 Tigers 2 !

2 games to go !

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #192 on: October 13, 2013, 05:41:01 AM »
Bishop’s girls celebrate SSFL Tobago title.
T&T Express Reports.


Bishop’s High School Tobago clinched the BG T&T/First Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Tobago Zone title, thanks to their 4-0 win over Signal Hill in their penultimate match of the league on Thursday.

Shervell Ravello and Kerecia Simon scored two goals each to give their team the trophy with a game to spare.

Bishop’s are now on 24 points from nine matches with eight wins and one defeat--good enough for their second successive zonal crown.

Fyzabad Secondary also won on Thursday, beating Mayaro Secondary 5-0 to stay in contention for the South Zone title.

Fyzabad have 18 points from seven matches, and if they win their final game against Siparia today, they will be crowned the new South Zone champions.

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« Reply #193 on: October 13, 2013, 05:43:28 AM »
Tigers stumble against St Mary’s.
By Kern De Freitas (Express).


Presentation College San Fernando drew within one victory of retaining their BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) South Zone title, yesterday, while in the North, St Anthony’s College seem to be losing grip on theirs.

Presentation made sure Mayaro paid for the long journey in their away match with a 6-0 shut-out of the hosts.

Angel Williams doubled up in the first half to give Presentation the early advantage with goals in the eighth and 27th minutes. Quintal John’s 32nd minute strike and an own goal before the half ensured a four-goal cushion for “Pres” at the break, before striker Shakiel Henry finished up with a pair in the second half (60th, 65th).

In contrast, St Anthony’s did not have a fun visit to their fellow title contenders St Mary’s College at Serpentine Road, St Clair, as they walked away 3-2 losers in the battle of the “Saints”.

The “Tigers” were playing catch-up from the seventh minute on, as Aaron Noel got St Mary’s on the board. The hosts’ joy lasted exactly 17 minutes, as midfielder Kadeem Corbin benefitted from some loose play from St Mary’s.

Defenders Miles Yorke and Cordell Hernandez collided in pursuit of the sphere, and the loose ball fell for Corbin to knock past the wrong-footed Christian Attong in the St Mary’s goal.

Two minutes after the restart, Rashad Hyacenth restored the St Mary’s advantage with a header.

The teams traded blows after that, but none strong enough to result in a goal, until St Mary’s notched an insurance item in the final minute of regulation time through Sebastian Cabral. He speared down the left flank past his marker, cut in, and put the ball into the far net.

That was all she wrote—well almost. After St Mary’s fans stormed the field in celebration, the desperate Tigers threw men forward and slapped home a loose ball from just inside the area in stoppage time.
St Mary’s are three points clear at the top of the North Zone standings.

In Central, Carapichaima East Secondary returned as champions with a default win over Couva West Secondary. And St Augustine are all but champions in the East with their 28 points.

Saints go five points clear.
T&T Guardian Reports.


In a dramatic finale for the history books, St Mary’s College endured a late surge to hold on to a 3-2 victory against arch rival St Anthony’s College to open a five-point lead in the North Zone, when action continued in the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League, yesterday.

The fiery clash at St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, St Clair, which saw St Anthony’s finish with ten players, was a fitting response from St Mary’s, which lost the first leg 1-0 in Westmoorings, last month. Even with the dismissal of St Anthony’s custodian Perry Leigh O’Connor, St Anthony’s was inches away from salvaging a draw, but for the heroics of Christian Attong, who made a brilliant save in the dying moments of the match.

St Mary’s opened within ten minutes, through a well taken direct free kick from Aaron Noel, but St Anthony’s the better of the two teams in the first half responded roughly 20 minutes after, when Kadeem Corbin capitalised on a failed clearance from St Mary’s defence, to slot past Attong. The second half started with a more positive approach from St Mary’s.

It took ten minutes in, for the host team to find its second lead of the match, when Rashad Hyacinth connected with a pinpoint Noel cross to head home for 2-1. The match, nearing its end, saw a scramble from both teams seeking to hold onto the top of the table.

The Tigers pulled one back in the dying moments though Dwayne Calliste, but nearly conceded a fourth moments later, when O’Connor was sent off for a foul on Adrian Welch. The team was let off the hook as Hyacinth stepped up and smashed his penalty off the upright and out of play. Adding to the drama, the turnover saw a last gasp attempt at goal, but Kadeem Joseph’s attempt was denied by a great save from Attong.
 
The win for coach Jason Edwards’ team put it five points ahead of East Mucurapo, which was on a bye and six ahead of St Anthony’s, which still has a match in hand. Three matches remain in the North Zone. St Mary’s faces QRC away in the next round, then has a bye before it meets rock-bottom Malick.

Another dramatic encounter graced the North Zone yesterday with Fatima College, responding from a 2-0 half-time deficit, defeating Malick Secondary 3-2. In South, Presentation continued to cruise with a 6-0 win over Mayaro Secondary, while Naparima stayed five points behind with a 2-1 victory over St Benedict’s. And Shiva Boys, which won the Coca-Cola South Zone InterCol title for the first time in its history last year, was shunned 3-0 away to Princes Town.

In the East Zone, defending champion St Augustine Secondary secured its fourth straight win, in a 5-0 demolition of Valencia. With two matches remaining, St Augustine is on course to reclaiming the title, as its nearest challenger El Dorado West (three matches left) remains eight points back with a 2-1 win over San Juan North.

Central Zone’s Carapichaima won its eighth straight match without kicking a ball, as rock-bottom Couva West failed to appear at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. Presentation College’s match with Tabaquite also failed to kick off, but due to a no-show of officials. The only match which was played, resulted in a 11-1 thrashing by Chaguanas North over Vishnu Boys.
 
Yesterday’s SSFL Results

North Zone

St Mary’s College 3 (Aaron Noel 7th, Rashad Hyacenth 47th, Sebastien Cabral 90th) vs St Anthony’s College 2 (Kadeem Corbin 24th, Dwain Caliste 90th)

Malick Sec 2 (Ryan Porter, Lester Durham) vs Fatima College 3 (Arvin Prescott, Dominic Jangoo 2)

QRC 1 vs Diego Martin North Sec 2 (Josh Toussaint 10th, Christopher Biggette 65th)
 
East Zone

St Augustine Sec 5 (Ricardo John 2, Aikim Andrews 1, Triston Hodge 1, Jordan Devenish 1) vs Valencia Sec 0

El Dorado West Sec 2 vs San Juan North 1 (Brent Sam pen)

Trinity College East 2 (Tyrik John, Taja Commissiong) vs El Dorado East Sec 0
 
Central Zone

Couva West Sec vs Carapichaima East Sec—Carapichaima East won by default

Vishnu Boys 1 (Narendra Joseph 11th) vs Chaguanas North Sec 11 (Jaeel Jeffrey 2nd, Joshua Garcia 4th, 8th, 55th 61st, Akeem Collins 36th, Jesse Frank 80th, David Maloney 37th, 40th, Mark Campbell 78th, 90th)

Presentation College v Tabaquite—Did Not Play
 
South Zone

Mayaro Sec 0 vs Presentation College San Fernando 6 (Angel Williams 2, Shackiel Henry 2, Quintal John, own goal)

St Benedict’s 1 (Shaquille Farrier) vs Naparima 2 (Martieon Watson 67th pen, 85th)

Princes Town West Sec 3 (Anderson Touissant 20th, 80th, Kadeem Joshua 30th) vs Shiva Boys 0

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #194 on: October 13, 2013, 08:55:08 PM »
Cyar remember de last time ah see Malick at de bottom of de table, wow.  Saints men, educate me on exactly what is a razza tazza??  Never got a proper explanation of that many years ago  ;D
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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #195 on: October 15, 2013, 02:03:07 AM »
Fyzabad top Girls SSFL South Zone.
T&T Express Reports.


Fyzabad Secondary clinched the BG T&T/First Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) South Zone title with a 4-1 win over Siparia East Secondary in the final round of the South Zone competition, on Sunday.

Fyzabad finished their league campaign with 21 points, with seven wins and one defeat, to dethrone Debe Secondary, who were second with 19 points, with six wins, one defeat and one draw.

Debe had a bye in the final round.

In the East, St Augustine Secondary beat Arima North Secondary 9-0, while San Juan North Secondary defeated Toco Secondary 5-0. The other game in the East saw St George’s overcome El Dorado East Secondary 1-0.

And in Tobago, Bishop’s High School, who clinched the zonal crown last Thursday, were beaten 2-1 by Speyside. Sunday’s North Zone matches were rescheduled.

Sunday’s results

East Zone

St Augustine Sec 9 (Salisha King 1, Laurell Theodore 3, Celeste Thomas 3, Ke’die Johnson 2), Arima North Sec 0

San Juan North 5, Toco 0

El Dorado East Sec 0, St George’s 1

South Zone

Siparia East Sec 1, Fyzabad Sec 4

Mayaro Sec 3, Point Fortin East Sec 2

Tobago Zone

Bishop’s High Tobago 1, Speyside 2

Scarborough 2, Roxborough 0

Signal Hill 4, Mason Hall 1

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #196 on: October 15, 2013, 05:39:34 AM »
Speyside stay out front in Tobago.
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Tobago Zone

Team   GP   W   D   L   GD   Pts
Speyside   11   8   2   1   25   26
Mason Hall   11   7   1   3   15   22
Scarborough   10   5   4   1   10   19
Roxborough   10   5   3   2   9   18
Pentecostal L&T   11   3   3   5   -10   12
Signal Hill    11   2   3   6   -3   9
Bishop’s High   11   2   3   6   -10   9
Goodwood   11   1   1   9   -36   4



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« Reply #197 on: October 15, 2013, 06:42:28 AM »
Speyside stay out front in Tobago.
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Life overcame Signal Hill 3-1.

Tobago Zone

Team   GP   W   D   L   GD   Pts
Speyside   11   8   2   1   25   26
Mason Hall   11   7   1   3   15   22
Scarborough   10   5   4   1   10   19
Roxborough   10   5   3   2   9   18
Pentecostal L&T   11   3   3   5   -10   12
Signal Hill    11   2   3   6   -3   9
Bishop’s High   11   2   3   6   -10   9
Goodwood   11   1   1   9   -36   4



 ??? ???  What going on wid mih alma mater??   :'( :'(
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« Reply #198 on: October 17, 2013, 01:51:48 AM »
Green Machine first to ‘Big Five’
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St Augustine Secondary clinched the BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League East Zone title and the first berth of the “Big Five” competition yesterday when they shut out San Juan North Secondary 5-0 at Bourg Mulatresse.

For the Warren Street school, that result carried the “Green Machine” to an insurmountable 29 points, an outcome that ensures they have dethroned defending champions Arima North Secondary. They have one match left.

Ricardo John netted twice for ‘Gustine, and Triston Hodge, Aikim Andrews and Jesse Joseph added one goal each to celebrate the title, and a chance at their first national league win since 2010.

El Dorado West Secondary, with two matches in hand, are on 20 points after they were held to a goal less draw with Arima North.

In the North, St Mary’s College made their task of dethroning the “Tigers” of St Anthony’s College a bit more difficult after they dropped two points in a 1-1 draw with Queen’s Royal College at St Clair. They still lead the standings with 26 points, but both East Mucurapo Secondary and St Anthony’s now have a chance of overhauling them.

East Mucurapo edged Diego Martin North 1-0 on a late Akeem Roach goal, while St Anthony’s mauled Malick Secondary 6-0. East Mucurapo can win outright if they win their last two matches, including a match against the Tigers.

If the Westmoorings team win their last two, they still need St Mary’s to drop points in their final fixture.

Carapichaima East Secondary (Central) and Speyside Secondary (Tobago) are both on the verge of titles, as are Presentation College San Fernando (South).

“Pres” lost yesterday after going ahead 2-1, and still need a point to take the title. “Caps” and Speyside each need a draw in their respective zones to celebrate victory, but both have a sizeable lead on goal difference and should close things out with ease.

Yesterday’s Results

North Zone

St Anthony’s 6 (Shaquille Long 3, Dwayne Calliste 1, Kadeem Corbin 1, Rasheed Simon) vs Malick 0

Diego Martin North 0 vs East Mucurapo 1 (Akeem Roach 83rd)

QRC 1 (Jovan Huggins) vs St Mary’s College 1 (Aaron Noel)

East Zone

Arima North 0 vs El Dorado West 0

Valencia vs 0 vs Trinity College East 1

San Juan North 0 vs St Augustine 5 (Ricardo John 2, Triston Hodge 1, Aikim Andrews 1, Jesse Joseph 1)

Central Zone

Presentation Chaguanas 0 vs Carapichaima East 8 (Larry Brown 20th, 85th [Pen]; Darren Cox 80th; Simon Joseph 58th, 76th, 89th; Justin Joseph 43rd, 45th)

Tabaquite 0 vs Chaguanas North 11

Vishnu Boys 3 vs Couva 0 - By Default
- Couva have dropped out of the League.

South Zone

Shiva Boys 2 vs Pleasantville Sec 1 (Gerard London)

Presentation Sando (Shakiel Henry) 2 vs St Benedict’s 3 (Tyler Williams 1, Yafeu Rougier 2)

Naparima 4 vs Princes Town 1

Tobago Zone

Mason Hall 1 vs Goodwood 1

Speyside 2 vs Pentecostal L&L 0

Signal Hill 0 vs Roxborough 0

Scarborough 2 vs Bishop’s High 1

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« Reply #199 on: October 17, 2013, 02:01:26 AM »
St Augustine cops SSFL East Zone title.
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The league’s leading goalscorer, Ricardo John added another pair of goals to his tally yesterday, when he and three other combined to hand San Juan North a 5-0 away loss, to become the first team this season to secure the league title in the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League, yesterday.

St Augustine, which was up 3-0 by half time, got its other goals from Aikim Andrews, Triston Hodge and Jesse Joseph, to secures its tenth win in 11 matches, drawing just one. The Green Machine took over from last year’s champion Arima North Secondary, which currently sits fifth with two matches remaining.

While St Augustine has clinched the title, other teams in the zone will be seeking a top four spot which will assure the team a spot in next year’s inaugural SSFL Premier League.

On the contrary to the East Zone, South Zone’s top team Presentation College San Fernando suffered its first defeat in over two years yesterday when it was stunned 3-2 by St Benedict’s College.

Shackiel Henry opened with a brace in the first half, before St Benedict’s ran riot in a come-from-behind effort, courtesy a double from Yafeu Rougier in the second half. St Benedict’s win put the team over newly-promoted Mayaro (on a bye) in fourth spot, while it halted Presentation’s celebrations.

Naparima College, which played one match more than Presentation closed in by two points with a 4-1 win over Princes Town.

In Central, Couva West officially announced its withdrawal from the league this season, which meant its matches played, all of which were losses, are no longer counted in the standings. Nevertheless, Carapichaima East, the Big-Five champion eased past Presentation College Chaguanas 8-0 to go within a point of the title.

Chaguanas North also won massive, 11-0 over Tabaquite, but will face Carapichaima in the final league match. If Chaguanas North wins the match, they will win the title on goal difference.

Up North, St Mary’s College which started the day with a five-point lead over East Mucurapo, saw the deficit cut to just three points following a disappointing display away to QRC. St Mary’s scored late through Aaron Noel, who was subsequently ejected supposedly for directing abusive language to the referee.

East Mucurapo, meanwhile, stayed in the challenge with a narrow 1-0 win over Diego Martin, while St Anthony’s also remained barely alive with a massive 6-0 win over bottom-of-the-table Malick Secondary.

St Mary is on a bye this weekend, while St Anthony’s meets QRC. East Mucurapo will entertain Fatima in the other match. On the deciding round next Wednesday, St Anthony’s will host East Mucurapo, while St Mary’s takes on Malick.

​Results

North Zone

St Anthony’s 6 (Shaquille Long 3, Kadeem Corbin, Rasheed Simon, Dwayne Calliste) vs Malick 0

East Mucurapo 1 (Akeem Roach 83rd) vs Diego Martin North 0

QRC 1 vs St Mary’s 1 (Aaron Noel)

East Zone

St Augustine 5 (Ricardo John 2, Aikim Andrews, Triston Hodge, Jesse Joseph) vs San Juan North 0

Trinity East 1 vs Valencia 0

Arima North 0 vs El Dorado West 0

Central Zone

Carapichaima East 8 (Simon Joseph 3, Justin Joseph 2, Larry Brown 2, Dareem Cox) vs Presentation College Chaguanas 0

Chaguanas North 11 vs Tabaquite 0

South Zone

Shiva Boys 2 (Shaquille Williams 56th, Kyle Sylvester 81st) vs Pleasantville 1 (Gared London 31st)

St Benedicts 3 (Tyler Williams, Yafeu Rougier 2) vs Presentation 2 (Shackiel Henry 12th, 16th)

Naparima 4 (Nicholas Dillon 12th, 55th, Akinola Gregory 27th, Jabari Mitchell 82nd) vs Princes Town 1

Tobago

Speyside 2 (Brendon Benjamin, Sieon Skeete) vs Pentecostal L&L 0

Goodwood 1 vs Mason Hall 1

Signal Hill 0 vs Roxborough 0

Scarborough 2 vs Bishop’s 1

SSFL Standings

North Zone

Team    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
St Mary’s    11    8    2    1    27    12    26
East Mucurapo    10    7    2    1    18    8    23
St Anthony’s    10    7    1    2    28    10    22
Fatima College    10    4    2    4    17    19    14
Diego Martin North    10    2    2    6    8    18    8
QRC    11    2    1    8    15    24    7
Malick    10    1    0    9    9    31    3
 
East Zone

Team    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
St Augustine    11    10    1    0    45    2    28
El Dorado West    10    6    2    2    24    10    20
Trinity East    10    6    0    4    15    13    18
San Juan    10    5    0    5    18    23    15
Arima North    10    5    1    4    17    18    16
El Dorado East    10    2    0    8    4    21    6
Valencia    11    0    0    11    1    37    0

Central Zone

Team    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Carapichaima    7    7    0    0    47    6    21
Chaguanas    7    6    0    1    54    5    18
Presentation    6    2    0    4    14    21    6
Tabaquite    6    2    0    4    11    26    6
Vishnu    7    0    0    7    6    65    0

South Zone

Team    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Presentation    10    7    2    1    26    6    23
Naparima    11    6    3    2    21    13    21
Shiva Boys    11    4    4    3    18    17    16
St Benedict’s    9    4    2    3    14    12    14
Mayaro    9    3    3    3    9    14    12
Princes Town    10    2    1    7    10    18    7
Pleasantville    10    1    1    8    3    20    4

Tobago

Team    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Speyside    12    9    2    1    38    11    29
Mason Hall    12    7    2    3    29    14    23
Scarborough    11    6    4    1    18    7    22
Roxborough    11    5    4    2    24    15    19
Pentecostal    12    3    4    5    10    22    12
Signal Hill    12    2    4    6    19    22    9
Bishop’s High    12    2    3    7    13    24    9
Goodwood    12    1    2    9    9    45    5

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« Reply #200 on: October 20, 2013, 06:26:37 AM »
Chaguanas stuns Caps for Central title.
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A team which was trailing in second almost entirely throughout the season, Chaguanas North captured the Central Zone title with a stunning 2-1 win over the title favourite Carapichaima East Secondary on the final day of the zone’s BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League action, yesterday.

The win was ironically recorded at Carapichaima’s home ground, by the same margin (3-2) in which Carapichaima won the first leg last month. Unfortunately for Carapichaima custodian Ricardo Paul, it was a slight blunder which resulted in Chaguanas North’s winner in the 88th minute, which came off a shot from Stephen Cruickshank. The title winner opened the scoring in the 20th minute through an effort from Deon O’Garro, which was only moments later cancelled out by a Yaseen Rivas item (24th).
 
In the end, it was Chaguanas North’s superior goal-difference which gave it the title as both teams ended with seven wins and one loss. Despite losing the title on the final day, Carapichaima, which has already won a title this campaign, the inaugural Ormond Gabriel Trophy, will feature along with Chaguanas North in next year’s SSFL Premier League. All three other zones in Trinidad, however, will feature four.

Tobago will not feature in the first Premier League. Tobago’s winner was also determined yesterday. Due to Scarborough’s drawing goal-less with Pentecostal L&L on Friday and Mason Hall’s 3-2 loss to Signal Hill yesterday, Speyside won the title with a two matches in hand.

Speyside will continue league action tomorrow when it faces Roxborough Secondary at Louis D’Or. Down South, zonal champion Presentation College of San Fernando’s wish to defend its league crown was once again put on hold yesterday as its clash with Shiva Boys Hindu College failed to kick off due to a no-show of match officials. The match has been postponed.
 
However, St Benedict’s was in action and enjoyed a 5-0 thrashing of promoted team Mayaro Secondary. Prominent forward Yafeu Rougier scored a brace while Kyle Celestine, Shaquille Ferrier and Tyler Williams added one each. The win saw St Benedict’s overtake Shiva Boys for third place. In the East, St Augustine Secondary which was crowned league champion of the zone in midweek completed its league fixtures with a 2-0 win over El Dorado East Secondary.

Jordan Devonish and league top-scorer Ricardo John were both on target once again with a first half goal each. Up North, East Mucurapo Secondary went level with St Mary’s College on 26 points, when it eased past Fatima College 3-1.

Aaqil Campbell scored in either half. St Anthony’s College, which remains with a slight chance of capturing the title went a point behind St Mary’s and Mucurapo with a 6-4 win over Queen’s Royal College.

St Mary’s remains in the lead with a three goal advantage on goal-difference ahead of East Mucurapo. On the final day of the league on Wednesday, St Mary’s will almost be assured the title if it wins against Malick, while East Mucurapo will have to win by a wide margin against St Anthony’s if Saints do win.
 
Results

North Zone

Malick 3 vs Diego Martin North 2

East Mucurapo 3 (Aaqil Campbell 5th, 75th, Joshua Sylvester 20th) vs Fatima 1 (Marquis Hoyte 53rd)

St Anthony’s 6 (Jamol Francois 3, Kadeem Corbin 2, Dwayne Calliste) vs QRC 4
 
East Zone

St Augustine 2 (Jordan Devonish, Ricardo John) vs El Dorado West 0

Arima North 3 (Taryk Sampson 2, Thomas O’Neal) vs El Dorado East 0

Trinity East 3 vs San Juan North 3 (Josiah Trimmingham 3)
 
Central Zone

Chaguanas North 2 (Deon O’Garro 20th, Stephan Cruickshank 88th) vs Carapichaima East 1 (Yaseem Rivas 24th)

Tabaquite 3 vs Vishnu Boys 2
 
South Zone

Presentation San Fernando vs Shiva Boys - Did Not Play (No officials)

St Benedict’s 5 (Yafeu Rougier 37th, 47th, Kyle Celestine 56th, Shaquille Farrier 72nd, Tyler Williams 87th) vs Mayaro 0

Princes Town 1 (Quinn Rodney) vs Pleasantville 1 (Stephen Ashby)
 
Tobago Zone

Goodwood 1 vs Bishop’s 1

Signal Hill 3 vs Mason Hall 2

Friday

Scarborough 0 vs Pentecostal L&L 0

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #201 on: October 20, 2013, 09:50:45 AM »
Was scoring 18 necessary?

yeah, if yuh receiving it and dont like it then put a stop to it.

So, would you be aboard with 40, if they could score 40?

there is a reason for scoring plenty goals....ask Carapichaima about that.

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« Reply #202 on: October 23, 2013, 07:01:23 PM »
So Saints beat Malick 7-1 and clinch North Zone. Congrats CIC...first NZ  league title  in a long time.
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« Reply #203 on: October 23, 2013, 07:36:41 PM »
So Saints beat Malick 7-1 and clinch North Zone. Congrats CIC...first NZ  league title  in a long time.

2009 we won it..not too too long ago

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« Reply #204 on: October 23, 2013, 08:27:21 PM »
pres clinched south zone today as well...a hattrick of titles if i am not mistaken

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« Reply #205 on: October 23, 2013, 08:59:10 PM »
pres clinched south zone today as well...a hattrick of titles if i am not mistaken
Nah, this is just the second in ah row. Shiva won de league in 2011.
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« Reply #206 on: October 23, 2013, 10:01:39 PM »
Tobago Scores:
3 BHS vs Signal Hill 1 (1st win over Signal Hill in possibly 22 years. Doing a fact check on that)
2 Goodwood vs Scar. Sec 2
4 Speyside vs Mason Hall 0
1 Light and Life vs Roxborough 2

Unofficial Final Standings:

Speyside 35 Points
Scar. Sec 25
Mason Hall 23 (Better Goal Difference)
Roxborough 23
Signal Hill 13 (Better Goal Difference)
Bishop's High School 13 (Better Goal Difference)
Light and Life 13
Goodwood 7
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« Reply #207 on: October 24, 2013, 02:05:51 AM »
Pres, Saints seal ‘Big 5’ spots
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St Mary’s College and Presentation College San Fernando wrapped up the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) North Zone and South Zone titles respectively yesterday on the final day of league action.

St Mary’s pummelled the cellar-positioned Malick 7-1 to lift their title, while Presentation College San Fernando also comfortably dismissed the challenge of Princes Town Secondary 4-1 to clinch the South crown.

Already, the Central Zone (Chaguanas North), Tobago Zone (Speyside Secondary) and East Zone’s (St Augustine) league titles had been decided in the penultimate round of matches on Saturday.

The only two available spots for Central in next year’s SSFL Premier League have gone to Chaguanas North and Carapichaima East. The North, South and East Zones are allotted four spots, while Tobago has decided not to field clubs just yet in the Premier League competition.

The four spots in the North have gone to St Mary’s, St Anthony’s, East Mucurapo and Fatima, which sit first to fourth in the standings, respectively. In the East, St Augustine, El Dorado West, Arima North and Trinity East qualify in that order while down South, Presentation, Naparima, St Benedict’s and Shiva Boys occupy the top four spots respectively for the 2014 Premier League.

Yesterday’s SSFL Results:

North Zone

St Anthony’s 5 East Mucurapo 1

Malick 1 (Ryan Porter) St Mary’s 7

Fatima 3 Diego Martin North 1

East Zone

El Dorado West 0 El Dorado East 2

Valencia 1 San Juan North 3

Arima North 3 ( Neville Hachshaw 2, Thomas O’Neil) Trinity East 1

South Zone

Mayaro 2 Naparima 2

Princes Town 1 Presentation 4

St Benedict’s 3 Pleasantville 1

Tobago Zone

Scarborough 2 Goodwood 2

Pentecostal L&L 1 Roxborough 2

Bishop’s High 3 Signal Hill 1

Mason Hall 0 Speyside 5

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« Reply #208 on: October 24, 2013, 02:06:12 AM »
Saints demolish Malick 7-1 for North Zone title
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After a four-year haitus, St Mary’s College finally captured the North Zone title of the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL), dethroning St Anthony’s College with an emphatic 7-1 win over Malick in the final match day of league competition, yesterday.

The win was recorded simultaneously with Presentation College’s 4-1 win over Princes Town Secondary, which saw “Pres” retain its league zonal crown.

In the North, many supporters had their attention on both the clash between St Mary’s College and Malick, and St Anthony’s versus East Mucurapo, which had a say in three teams’ chances of taking the title. Aside from St Mary’s, East Mucurapo stood the next best chance of winning the title.

However, St Anthony’s, hoping for a draw or a loss for St Mary’s, exacted revenge on Mucurapo with a humiliating 5-0 defeat, after the latter took the first leg battle 2-1 to hand the Tigers their first league defeat since the 2011 season.

For St Mary’s, which went into half-time leading 3-1, before adding four more spectacular second half goals, Jelani Christopher, Rashad Hyacinth and Adrian Welch all scored a double each, while Sebastien Cabral got the other goal. Most mentionable was a wonderfully struck Welch shot from a considerable distance, which may have been credited as one of the goals of the season.

It was a fitting finale for St Mary’s, which last won the title back in 2009. Jason Edwards, coach of the Saints, said it was a well deserved title for his team, which ended with a record of just one loss in 12 matches.

“We worked hard, but it was always going to be close. When you look at it, we ended up taking four points against Mucurapo and three against St Anthony’s. We have been consistent,” said Edwards.

“We only lost one match against St Anthony’s, which in itself was questionable. But, the stats don’t lie. We deserve it.”

There was not much other to play for in the zone, with no team facing relegation due to the introduction of next season’s inaugural SSFL Premier League. The four spots allotted to the North Zone were already determined, with St Mary’s, St Anthony’s, East Mucurapo and Fatima College, the four teams sealing berths.

In the South Zone, which was the only one left to be decided, Presentation College defended it with a (postponed) match in hand. Shackiel Henry, Presentation College’s top scorer last season, scored a hat-trick, while Angel Williams added to the rout with a first half penalty.

Christopher Mohammed pulled one back for Princes Town, just before the half to make it 2-1. Despite it being the final round of action, two reschedule matches remain, which will determine the last remaining berth for the Premier League. Either Shiva Boys, which has a far superior goal difference or Mayaro, which is three points behind, on a much lower goal-difference will take the spot.

Teams confirmed in the 2014-2015 SSFL

Premier League

North Zone: St Mary’s College, St Anthony’s College, East Mucurapo, Fatima College.
South Zone: Presentation College of San Fernando, Naparima College, St Benedict’s College.
East Zone: St Augustine, El Dorado West, Arima North Secondary, San Juan Secondary.
Central: Chaguanas North Secondary, Carapichaima East Secondary.

Fixtures

North Zone

St Anthony’s 5 (Kadeem Corbin, Matthew Woo Ling, Shaquille Long, Shaquille Huggins, Jomoul Francois) v East Mucurapo 0

St Mary’s 7 (Sebastien Cabral, Jelani Christopher 2, Rashad Hyacinth 2, Adrian Welch 2) v Malick 1

Fatima 3  v Diego Martin North 1 (Josh Toussaint) (3-1)

East Zone

El Dorado West 2 v El Dorado East 0

San Juan North 3 v Valencia 1

Arima North 3 v Trinity East 2

South Zone

Naparima 2 (Jabari Mitchell 13th, Nicholas Dillon 16th) v Mayaro 2

Presentation 4 (Shackiel Henry 8th, 46th, 85th, Angel Williams pen 40th) v Princes Town 1 (Christopher Mohammed 43rd)

St Benedicts 3 (Tyler Williams 25th, Yafeu Rougier 38th, 85th) v Pleasantville 1

Tobago Zone

Scarborough 3 v Goodwood 0

Pentecostal L&L 1 v Roxborough 1

Bishop’s High 1 v Signal Hill 1

Speyside 5 (Simeon Skeete 2, Brandon Benjamin 2, Terquiel Mahabal) v Mason Hall 0

Standings [North]

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
St Mary’s    12    9    2    1    34    13    29
St Anthony’s    12    9    1    2    39    14    25
East Mucurapo    12    8    2    2    21    14    23
Fatima    12    5    2    5    21    23    17
Diego Martin    12    2    2    8    11    24    8
QRC    12    2    1    9    19    30    7
Malick    12    1    0    11    13    40    3

South Zone

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Presentation    11    8    2    1    30    7    26
Naparima     12    6    4    2    23    15    22
St Benedict’s    11    6    2    3    22    13    20
Shiva Boys    11    4    4    3    18    17    16
Mayaro    11    3    4    4    11    21    13
Princes Town    12    2    2    8    12    23    8
Pleasantville 12    1    2    9    10    5    24    5

East

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
St Augustine    12    11    1    0    47    2    31
El Dorado West12    7    2    3    26    12    23
Arima North    12    7    1    4    23    20    22
San Juan    12    6    1    6    24    27    20
Trinity East    12    6    1    5    20    19    19
El Dorado East    12    2    0    10    4    26    6
Valencia    12    0    0    11    2    40    0

Central

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Chaguanas North    8    7    0    1    56    5    21
Carapichaima East    8    7    0    1    49    8    21
Tabaquite    7    3    0    4    14    28    9
Presentation College    7    2    0    5    14    30    6
Vishnu Boys    8    0    0    8    8    68

Tobago

Teams    Pld    W    D    L    F    A    Pts
Speyside    14    11    2    1    41    9    35
Scarborough    14    6    7    1    21    10    25
Roxborough    14    6    5    3    27    20    23
Mason Hall    14    7    2    5    30    23    23
Signal Hill    14    3    4    7    23    27    13
Pentecostal L&L    14    3    4    7    11    23    13
Bishop’s High    14    3    4    7    17    26    13
Goodwood    14    1    4    9    12    48    7

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Re: 2013 Secondary Schools Football League Thread.
« Reply #209 on: October 24, 2013, 06:40:11 AM »
Was scoring 18 necessary?

yeah, if yuh receiving it and dont like it then put a stop to it.

So, would you be aboard with 40, if they could score 40?

there is a reason for scoring plenty goals....ask Carapichaima about that.

If we are honest, the title came down to the head to head between Caps and Chag North, rather than on who prevailed comparatively in trouncing Vishnu Boys ... if you can score 18 and still find yourself reliant on goal difference to put you over the top, you're not my champion.

 

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