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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #180 on: October 29, 2015, 02:20:21 AM »
St Benedict’s, Tigers clinch Big-Five spot.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


St Benedict’s College and St Anthony’s College both got narrow 2-1 wins to cement their places in the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football Premier Division League “Big-Five” competition, yesterday.

At Queen’s Royal College Ground, St Clair, St Benedict’s got strikes from Shaquille Dunkley and Taryll Coutou to cancel out Demitri Dunkley’s item for the Royalians.

With the win, St Benedict’s ended with 28 points from its 14 match schedule, to slip ahead of Presentation College of San Fernando, which fell to ten-man St Anthony’s College, 2-1 at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

The “Westmooring Tigers”, last year’s League and Big-Four runner-up, went into the match needing nothing less than a win to qualify.

However, it was Presentation College of San Fernando which took an early lead, through Nate Brooks in the fifth minute.

Ten minutes later, St Anthony’s College got back on level terms through Haile Beckles but midway through the second-half the visitors suffered a blow when Brent Noel was shown a second yellow-card by referee Larry Campbell.

But despite, being down a man, St Anthony’s dug deep and on one of their breaks got the go-ahead item from Adriel Kerr in the 72nd minute after which they defended doggedly to grab all three points and the fourth and final “Big-Four” spot.

At the other end of the table, Carapichaima East and Speyside joined Trinity College East as the relegated teams after defeats at the hands of St Augustine, 3-2 and champion Naparima College, 4-1.

Results

St Augustine 3 (Jesse Joseph 9th, 59th, Tyriq Alexander 57th) vs Carapichima East 2 (Aaron Kennedy 4th, Darion Thomas 76th pen)

St Mary’s College 3 (Chinua Bernard 2, Ethan Shim) vs Trinity Moka 2 (Isaiah Mc Lean, Josiah Bentick)

Fyzabad 5 vs Fatima 2 (Krishorn Alexander 2)

St Benedict’s 2 (Shaquille Williams, Taryll Coutou) vs QRC 1 (Demitri Dunkley)

Naparima 4 (Akinol Gregory 2, Shobal Celestin, Jeremiah Kesar) vs Speyside 1 (Weah Adams)

St Anthony’s 2 (Haile Beckes 15th, Adriel Kerr 72nd) vs Presentation 1 (Nate Brooks 5th)

Shiva Boys 2 (Simeon De Bourgh 26th, Junior Assoon 86th) vs Trinity East 0

Final Standings:

Teams P W D L F A Pts
Naparima 14 11 2 1 29 7 35
St Benedict’s 14 8 4 2 21 14 28
Presentation 14 8 3 3 27 16 27
St Anthony’s 14 8 3 3 23 19 27
Shiva Boys 14 7 5 2 20 11 26
St Augustine 14 8 2 4 27 19 26
QRC 14 5 6 3 18 13 21
San Juan North 14 7 0 7 20 16 21
St Mary’s 14 7 1 6 26 19 22
Trinity Moka 14 3 5 6 23 26 14
Fyzabad 14 5 1 8 20 25 16
Fatima 14 2 4 8 19 29 10
Speyside 14 3 1 10 16 34 10
Carapichaima East 14 1 5 8 11 24 8
Trinity East 14 1 0 13 11 37 3

Coco-Cola Inter-Col fixtures

Monday, North Zone:
Venue: Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo,

Blanchisseuse vs Diego Martin central, 3.30pm

Tranquillity vs Malick, 5.30pm

Wednesday, South Zone:

Princes Town West vs Moruga, 3.30pm, VTBA

Pleasantville vs Pt Fortin East, 3.30pm, VTBA

Siparia West vs Vessigny, 3.30pm, VTBA

Zonal quarterfinals

November 5:

East Zone:

Five Rivers vs Arima North,

San Juan North vs Barataria South,

Tobago:

T1 vs T6

T3 vs T4

November 6:

South Zone:

PD4 vs Fyzabad

PD1 vs Pleasantville/Pt Fortin East winner

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #181 on: October 31, 2015, 05:26:46 AM »
St Benedict’s coach wants ‘Big 4’ title to return
By JONATHAN RAMNANANSINGH (NEWSDAY).


Coach of the 2015 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) runners-up St Benedict’s, Dexter Cyrus, has called on tournament organisers to reintroduce local trophies such as the ‘Big Four’ in an effort to keep the students motivated to give their utmost throughout the entire season.

While elated with his team’s improved finish from placing 4th in 2014, Cyrus observed that squads’ intensity began to diminish after the overall Premier Division winners (Naparima College) were crowned. According to the south coach, teams in mid-table who were safe from being relegated into the Championship Division, showed lesser interest in matches with the winner already decided and their spot confirmed in next year’s highest competitive school category.

“I think the ‘winner-takes-all’ in schools football is really poor and outdated,” said Cyrus on Thursday. “There should be some form of a ‘Big Four’ or a ‘Big Six’ because what you find happening is that the teams that cannot win or get relegated from the league tend to exhale coming to the end.”

He added: “It is difficult to motivate kids to play to their last ounce of energy if they know that they cannot win. For them, there is nothing like a ‘Big Four’ title or anything else to fall back on or play for. The kids now become very difficult to manage in those games because mentally they lose focus with nothing to play for.” Two years ago, the League was contested by five Zones—North, East, Central, South and Tobago.

However, since 2014, a 14-team Premier Division format was introduced by the SSFL executive.

Now, the League comprises of the top four teams from the North, East and South Zones as well as the top two teams from the Central Zone. There is also a demotion and promotion battle with the bottom two school teams dropping into the lower Championship Division, while the winners and runners-up of the Championship are then promoted to the Premier Division for the following season.

Cyrus and his managerial team of Ravi Ramgoolam and Nolan Bernard have all shifted focus though to next week’s knockout tourney, the Coca Cola Intercol.

As far as for preparations, Cyrus admitted that his team is presently in great physical form with Taryl Coutou captaining the squad.

“Intercol at this level is more mental preparation than anything else. You need to get the boys to understand that they need to play every game like a final and that’s mental. Once I get their heads in the right place, I think we should do well. Their mentality has changed over the past two seasons. St Benedict’s College has a wining mentality and they don’t play as though any team is better than them. They believe they can beat any team and that’s how they approach every game,” he declared.

Additionally, the ‘Southern Lions’ were one of the few teams this year to once again miss out on use of their original home ground (The Commons). They played home games at Mahaica Oval in Point Fortin.

“Playing at Mahaica Oval was not a problem for us and we were pretty comfortable as the boys adapted quickly. But, we have been given the assurance that it (Commons) would be completed next year and we should be back to our original home turf in 2016.

The boys settled down a bit late (this year), much later than last season. I think that is attributed to the fact that we lost our top two goal scorers in the form of Moriba Descartes and Anthony Herbert; we also lost our first choice goalkeeper, Jamari Warrick, who was the best goalie in the league last year; so we lost three top players.

However, the boys adapted well to the pre-season training and we were able to get in a seven-game unbeaten streak, and that contributed greatly to us coming in second place,” Cyrus concluded.

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #182 on: November 01, 2015, 10:14:12 PM »
Signal Hill, Mucurapo promoted
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Tobago’s Signal Hill Secondary and East Mucurapo Secondary have returned to the top flight in the BG T&T/First Citizens Secondary School Football League.

Yesterday, Signal Hill returned to Tobago bubbling after a 2-0 victory over Five Rivers Secondary in a Champions Division promotion match at the Larry Gomes Stadium, while East Mucurapo got a decisive point from a 1-1 draw with Pleasantville Secondary at Moka, Maraval. Both will now play in the Premier Division next season.

Both East Mucurapo and Signal Hill have seven points from three matches and meet tomorrow at Signal Hill in their final match of the promotion series.

Meanwhile, one of either Chaguanas North (three points) or Pleasantville Secondary (two points), will earn the third promotion spot, depending on the result of their meeting tomorrow in Pleasantville. Five Rivers Secondary also have three points but cannot win promotion having ended their four-match series with defeat yesterday.

The promoted trio will replace Speyside Secondary, Carapichaima Secondary and Trinity East, who have been relegated from the Premier Division.

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #183 on: November 01, 2015, 11:08:40 PM »
Four South teams and one from the North...wah is dah one bai?

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #184 on: November 02, 2015, 02:53:35 AM »
Zonal InterCol kicks off today
By Sean Taylor (Express).


The BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) has shifted gears, as the Boys Zonal InterCol competition commences today.

Today will only feature two matches from the North Zone preliminary stage, as Blanchisseuse Secondary will tackle Diego Martin Central, while Tranquillity Secondary will take on Malick Secondary.

Tomorrow the South Zone teams will be in action, as Princes Town West Secondary face Moruga Secondary, while Siparia West Secondary will take on Vessigny Secondary. Pleasantville Secondary take on Point Fortin East Secondary on Friday due to Pleasantville’s Big Five clash with Chaguanas North Secondary tomorrow.

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #185 on: November 04, 2015, 01:39:47 AM »
Signal Hill Secondary defeated East Mucurapo Secondary 3-1 to win the SSFL Premier League playoffs yesterday at Signal Hill Secondary School grounds.

Not sure of the scorers. Both teams had aready qualified for the SSFL Premier League prior to this match.

Signal Hill's Intercol match-up against Goodwood has been pushed back to Monday 9th November after playing approx. 5 matches in 12 days. For Speyside, it would be at 16 days since playing their last official match on the 24th October...a 4-1 loss vs Naparima.

Thursday 5th November (All matches are tentatively scheduled for Mt. Pleasant Recreational Ground)

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Scarborough Secondary vs Mason Hall Secondary 3pm

Light and Life vs Bishop's High 5pm


Monday 9th November (Venue and time TBD)

Speyside High vs Roxborough Secondary

Signal Hill Secondary vs Goodwood High

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #186 on: November 04, 2015, 02:51:21 AM »
Pleasantville join promotion party.
T&T Express Reports.


Pleasantville Secondary sealed their place in next year’s BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division after clinching third place in the Championship Boys Big Five competition with a 1-0 win over Chaguanas North yesterday.

The round-robin competition also served as the promotion play-off from the Championship, with the top three teams sealing promotion. East Mucurapo Secondary and Signal Hill Secondary, who both secured qualification on Sunday, played in the other match yesterday, with the Tobago team coming away with a 3-1 win to clinch the Big Five crown.

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Intercol action continues today
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THE PRELIMINARY round of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Coca Cola Zonal Intercol competition will continue today with three matches – one in the North Zone and two in the South Zone.

All games will get going at 3.30 pm.

In the North Zone, a rescheduled fixture will be staged at the Mucurapo West Ground with Tranquility facing Malick. This game was originally due to take place on Monday but was postponed due to a waterlogged outfield.

In the South Zone, Princes Town West will host Moruga while Siparia West will square off against Vessigny at Palo Seco.

The Zonal quarter-finals will begin tomorrow.

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #187 on: November 04, 2015, 08:23:38 AM »
So Premier Division now has Naps, Pres, Benedicts, Shiva, Fyzo and Pleasantville from south and QRC, CIC, Fatima, Trinity, Mucurapo and St. Anthony's from town.

Outside of Signal Hill and Gustine who are proven big sides over the years too...I think them other zones need to check themselves quick cause I seeing Malick and Princes Town probably regrouping and will make this thing turn into a two zone league just now.



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« Reply #188 on: November 04, 2015, 01:06:02 PM »
So Premier Division now has Naps, Pres, Benedicts, Shiva, Fyzo and Pleasantville from south and QRC, CIC, Fatima, Trinity, Mucurapo and St. Anthony's from town.

Outside of Signal Hill and Gustine who are proven big sides over the years too...I think them other zones need to check themselves quick cause I seeing Malick and Princes Town probably regrouping and will make this thing turn into a two zone league just now.




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« Reply #189 on: November 04, 2015, 05:15:05 PM »
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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #190 on: November 05, 2015, 05:01:45 PM »
Tobago Zone SSFL Intercol match-ups postponed due to waterlogged field at Mt. Pleasant Recreational Ground. All matches have been re-scheduled for Monday 9th November. Venue is TBD. Chances are......it might not be Mt. Pleasant unless the weather eases up from tomorrow till Monday.

Roxborough will NOT be fielding a team for Intercol. Speyside will now receive a bye into the semi finals. This could be 3 weeks without a match played for Speyside.

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #191 on: November 06, 2015, 04:49:45 AM »
Fyzabad clinch SSFL Big-4 title.
By Roger Seepersad (Express).


Fyzabad Secondary clinched the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Girls Big-4 League title in dramatic style yesterday, defeating St Augustine 4-2 on penalty kicks following a 1-1 deadlock after full time at Ato Boldon Stadium, Balmain, Couva.

The teams were locked 1-1 after 80 minutes following late strikes by both teams. Laurel Theodore put St Augustine ahead in the 75th minute before Kadeen Louison equalised three minutes from time to keep the South team in contention.

There was no extra time and the teams went straight into a shootout, with Fyzabad holding their nerve to come away with the victory.

St Augustine won the Big Four title in the previous two seasons and were going for a hat-trick of titles in the competition.

It was a well deserved win for the South Zone team after coming close in previous seasons. However, their coach, calypsonian Bryan London was always confident they could win a national title this year saying it was in the making for a long time.

“Last year we were in rebuilding mode. Seeing the players and having them early in the season and knowing the work they put in, I told them that this year we had a good chance at the national double,” London said.

“We started off in April with a lot of gym work and other things so when I saw the kind of work they were doing, I knew we had what it took to win a national title. We went down late in the second half and the players showed great character to come back and take the game to penalties,” he added.

Fyzabad manager Nigel Lakhan was also proud of the team’s performance and said it was a great achievement not only for the school but for the community of Fyzabad and football fans in the South area.

Lakhan also noted that former Trinidad and Tobago footballer Anthony Rougier signed on as technical director at the school in an effort to give back to his former school. Lakhan said the girls are now focussed on completing the double with their InterCol campaign starting tomorrow.

In other matches yesterday, San Juan North Secondary romped past Barataria South 9-0 in the Boys East Zone InterCol quarter-final played in St Augustine. San Juan’s goals were spread out with Rhondel Gibson, Brandon Semper and Joshua Leach scoring two each while Brent Sam, Lukman Brooks and Jermelle Britto scored one each.

The Boys Tobago Zone InterCol quarter-final double-header at Mount Pleasant yesterday had to be postponed due to rain. Scarborough will now face Mason Hall on Monday while Pentecostal Light and Life B tackle Bishop’s.

The Boys InterCol quarter-finals continue today with action in the North, East and South Zones.

Yesterday’s SSFL Scores Girls Big-4 League Final

Fyzabad 1 (Kadeen Louison 77th) vs St Augustine 1 (Laurel Theodore 75th)
—Fyzabad won 4-2 on penalty kicks

Boys East Zone InterCol Quarter-final

San Juan North 9 (Brent Sam 1, Rhondel Gibson 2, Brandon Semper 2, Joshua Leach 2, Lukman Brooks 1, Jermelle Britto 1) vs Barataria South 0

Today’s Boys InterCol Quarter-final Fixtures

East Zone

Five Rivers vs Arima, Bourg Mulatresse, 3.30 p.m.

South Zone

Pleasantville vs Point Fortin East, Pleasantville, 3.30 p.m.

Shiva Boys vs Fyzabad, Manny Ramjohn Stadium, 1.45 p.m.

Naparima vs Princes Town West, Manny Ramjohn Stadium, 3.45 p.m.

North Zone

Trinity Moka vs Fatima, St Anthony’s Ground, 3.30 p.m.

St Anthony’s vs Malick, Fatima Ground, 3.30 p.m.

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #192 on: November 06, 2015, 10:16:11 AM »
Is QRC out of Intercol?

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #193 on: November 06, 2015, 09:41:24 PM »
Is QRC out of Intercol?

No, they play East Mucurapo on Monday, November 9th.
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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #194 on: November 06, 2015, 09:41:46 PM »
WATCH: St. Anthony's College trounces Malick Secondary School 5-0 in a North Zone Intercol Quarterfinal.
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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #195 on: November 07, 2015, 06:34:24 AM »
I can't believe that is an intercol match. Whey the friggin people? Whey the rhythm section? Whey the students?

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #197 on: November 08, 2015, 03:03:05 AM »
Girls zonal InterCol moves to semis stage.
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It was an anti-climactic day in the BGTT/First Citizens Girls Zonal InterCol competition yesterday as only three of the eight quarter-final matches scheduled in the North and South Zones actually kicked off.

In the North, Tranquility Secondary edged Bishop Anstey 1-0 at the St Joseph’s Convent ground in the only match of the day in the zone. Both Providence Girls and St Joseph’s Convent won by default as their opposition St Francois Girls and Success Laventille Secondary respectively did not show for their matches.
 
The clash between Diego Martin Central Secondary and Holy Name Convent has been rescheduled to Wednesday, after which, the winners of that contest will play St Joseph’s Convent in the semi-final. Providence are set to play Tranquility in the other North Zone semi-final.

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« Reply #198 on: November 09, 2015, 06:56:54 AM »
Tobago Zone SSFL Intercol match-ups Monday 9th November

Speyside High - Bye (Roxborough Secondary pulled out)

Signal Hill Secondary 3 vs Goodwood High 0

Scarborough Secondary 1 vs Mason Hall Secondary 1 (Mason Hall wins on penalty kicks)

Pentecostal Light and Life Foundation 1 vs Bishop's High 0

Semi Final Match ups (Thursday 12th November)

Speyside vs Light and Life

Signal Hill vs Mason Hall
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« Reply #199 on: November 10, 2015, 02:50:40 AM »
East Mucurapo dumps Royalians on penalty kicks.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Reigning champion East Mucurapo created the first major upset of this year’s tournament when it dumped Queen’s Royal College 5-4 on penalty-kicks in their North Zone Boys Coca-Cola Inter-Col quarterfinal match-up on St Mary’s College Ground, St Clair, yesterday.

Glenroy Pierre had given East Mucurapo, the North Zone Championship Division winners an 11th minute befor national youth tam midfielder Jean-Paul Rochford drew the Royalians level in the 35th after which both teams failed to find a winner in regulation time.

East Mucurapo will now face St Mary’s College in the zonal semifinal after the “Saints” came from behind to whip Blanchisseuse 3-1 at QRC Ground in their quarterfinal.

In the East Zone, Valencia also created a stir with a 2-1 win over Trinity East and will next face St Augustine which punished Toco 8-1 led by a hat trick from Anthony Samuel, both at Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar.

Down South at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, St Benedict’s edged Pleasantville 1-0 on a Jaron Francois 19th minute goal while Presentation College of San Fernando blasted Vessigny 8-1 inspired by a Neon Lamie beaver trick, in the 14th, 16th, 19th and 61st.

And over in the sister isle, Tobago, Mason Hall got the better of Scarborough 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw while zonal league winners’ Signal Hill crushed Goodwood 3-0.

Pentecostal Light & Life faced Bishop’s High in a late match while the Central Zone quarterfinals takes place today.
 
Yesterday’s Zonal Coca-Cola Boys SSFL Inter-Col quarterfinal results:

East Zone:

Valencia 2 (Damien Weekes 38th, Hakeem Lee 45th) vs Trinity East 1 (Keshorn Hackshaw 7th)

St Augustine 8 (Anthony Samuel 40th, 44th, 86th, Jesse Joseph 6th, 22nd, Tyrik Alexander 84th, 87th, Kenton James 88th) vs Toco 1 (Lyndon Felix 29th)
 
Tobago:

Scarborough 1 (Kellon James 69th) vs Mason Hall 1 (K’Jaun John 30th)
– Mason Hall won 5-3 on penalty-kicks

Signal Hill 3 (Jalani James, Omarley James, N’Kosie Chance)  vs Goodwood 0
Pentecostal L&L vs Bishop’s High – late match
 
South:

St Benedict’s 1 (Jaron Francois 19th) vs Pleasantville 0

Presentation 8 (Neon Lamie 14th, 16th, 19th, 61st, Akeel Bridgeman 81st, 86th, Kareem Riley 8th, Jarod Gordon 76th) vs Vessigny 1 (Omri Baird 67th)
 
North:

QRC 1 (Jean-Paul Rochford 35th)  vs East Mucurapo 1 (Glenroy Pierre 11th)
– East Mucurapo won 5-4 on penalty-kicks

St Mary’s 3 vs Blanchisseuse 1

Today:

Central Zone:

Presentation vs Tabaquite, Presentation Ground, Chaguanas, 3.30 pm
Couva East vs Miracle Ministries, Couva East, 3.30 pm
Chaguanas North vs ASJA, New Settlement Ground, Chaguanas 3.30 pm

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Mucurapo beat QRC, move into North Zone InterCol semis
By Sean Taylor (Express).


It seems that East Mucurapo Secondary have the right formula for knockout football, as the reigning national champions reached the Coca-Cola North Zone InterCol quarter-finals against Queen's Royal College at the St Mary's ground in St Clair yesterday.

Mucurapo, who campaigned in the Championship division this season, and won the competition last year despite being relegated from the Premier Division, had to rely on the penalty shootout to overcome the “Royalians,” winning 5-4 from the spot after the match finished in a 1-1 draw.

They will face St Mary's College in the semi-finals on Friday after CIC had a comfortable 3-1 win over Blanchisseuse Secondary at the QRC ground.

Meanwhile in the southland, Presentation College San Fernando clobbered Vessigny Secondary 8-1, while St Benedict's College edged Pleasantville 1-0 in their respective quarter-finals. The win means “Pres” will take on Benedict's in the South Zone semi-finals at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium on Friday.

Back in the north, QRC could not make the most of their dominance in the first half when they held on to the ball for nearly an eternity.

QRC's Jean-Paul Rochford missed a sitter at the near post when he side-footed his volley wide in the tenth minute.

Mucurapo were dangerous only on the sporadic counter-attack, and scored against the run of play when QRC custodian Jadel Poon-Lewis failed to tip over Glenroy Pierre's left-footer from outside the 18-metre box.

The “Royalians” kept the ball moving has the half wore on, and eventually got their reward in the 39th minute, when their ace Rochford made space for a firm left-footer that went in past Terral Cambridge in the Mucurapo goal.

However, QRC lost their edge in the second half and were unable to take the few chances they made, while Mucurapo came more into their own as the match approached the dreaded penalty shootout.

Cambridge was the hero in the shootout for the reigning InterCol champions, as he dove to his left to make a smart save when QRC's Keyshawn Villafana took his spot kick.

The miss meant Mucurapo substitute Ishaq Abdulla had the chance to send his team into the semis and he made no mistake from the spot, prompting wild celebrations at the end.

The Royalians on the other hand, would have to wait until next year, as their season is over.

Tomorrow's fixtures
(All matches at 3.30pm)

Central Zone

Presenatation College Chaguanas v Tabaquite Secondary

Couva East Secondary v Miracle Ministries

Chaguanas North Secondary v ASJA Boys Secondary

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #200 on: November 10, 2015, 09:33:21 AM »
Jeez, you mean ah have to put back meh QRC jersey early oclock back in the closet. jeez!!

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« Reply #201 on: November 10, 2015, 10:39:30 AM »
Jeez, you mean ah have to put back meh QRC jersey early oclock back in the closet. jeez!!

Why yuh take it out tuh begin with? ;D
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« Reply #202 on: November 10, 2015, 10:52:08 AM »
Any idea when the North semis are?


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« Reply #203 on: November 10, 2015, 11:32:49 AM »
Any idea when the North semis are?

The original schedule said Friday, November 13th. Don't know if that's still the case.
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« Reply #204 on: November 10, 2015, 03:27:56 PM »
Jeez, you mean ah have to put back meh QRC jersey early oclock back in the closet. jeez!!

Why yuh take it out tuh begin with? ;D


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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #205 on: November 11, 2015, 01:57:58 AM »
Tobago Zone Intercol Match-ups

(Saturday 14th November)

Speyside vs Light and Life

Signal Hill vs Mason Hall

Venue TBD
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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #206 on: November 11, 2015, 07:29:28 AM »

And in the east, St Augustine continues to rule the roost...they hammered Toco Secondary for 8 at the Larry Gomes Stadium.
However, Trinity East's miserable season finally came to an end as the relegated Blue Hawks were put out of their misery by Valencia High School. See Video https://www.facebook.com/CNC3Television/videos/10153748872432996/
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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #207 on: November 12, 2015, 02:59:37 AM »
InterCol down to zonals last 4
By Sean Taylor (Express).


So we’re down to the last four in the Boys Coca-Cola Zonal InterCol competition, with more drama and excitement on the menu in store for the travelling fans across the country.

Today’s action will feature both the East and Tobago zones, with a place a in the respective zonal finals up for grabs.

San Juan North Secondary are coming into today’s semi-final with Five Rivers Secondary after mauling Barataria South Secondary 9-0, and will be hoping to dish out a similar punishment to “Rivers”. However, If East Mucurapo’s exploits last year are anything to go by, Five Rivers should not be written off, especially as they dispatched Arima North Secondary 4-0 in their respective quarter-final.

St Augustine Secondary will be aiming for their stake on the East Zone InterCol trophy when they take on Valencia High in the second match of the double-header at the Larry Gomes Stadium.


“The Green Machine” put an 8-1 thumping on Toco Secondary in Monday’s quarter-final, and finished strongly in the premier division, while Valencia edged Trinity East 2-1 in their respective quarter-final.


SURPRISE PACKAGE: Mucurapo’s Micah Lansiquot, left, motors away from his QRC marker Tshad Selvon during their North Zone InterCol quarter-final clash on Monday. Mucurapo held on for a hard-fought 1-1 draw and triumphed on penalties 5-4 to book their semi-final place against St Mary’s College tomorrow at 5.30pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. --Photo: Kerwin Pierre

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« Reply #208 on: November 12, 2015, 03:07:24 AM »
‘Pres’ humiliate Tabaquite
T&T Newsday Reports.


PRESENTATION CHAGUANAS humiliated Tabaquite 8-1 yesterday, in the Central Zone Quarter Finals of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Coca Cola Intercol.

The Presentation team, spurred on by their home supporters, ended Tabaquite’s 2015 season in convincing fashion.

And this result was the most one-sided out of the three matches which took place yesterday.

Couva East spanked Miracle Ministries 4-1 at the Couva East Ground, while ASJA Boys thumped Chaguanas North 3-0 at the New Settlement Ground in Chaguanas.

The attention will turn to the Zonal Semi Finals, which will get going today in the East and Tobago Zones.

In the East Zone, Five Rivers will meet San Juan North while St Augustine will battle Valencia in a double-header at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima from 1.30 pm and 3.30 pm.

And, in the sister isle, Signal Hill will tackle Pentecostal Light and Life while Mason Hall will face Speyside. However, up to press time last night, no venue/ venues were confirmed for those contests.

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Re: 2015 Boys & Girls SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« Reply #209 on: November 12, 2015, 05:55:33 AM »
Who won the Fatima vs trinity clash?