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Coach Ryan lauds Shiva Boys’ family vibe
« Reply #180 on: December 07, 2017, 07:24:44 PM »
Coach Ryan lauds Shiva Boys’ family vibe
By Joel Bailey (T&T Newsday)


Shiva Boys coach Hayden Ryan has thanked God for his team’s successful campaign in the Coca-Cola National Intercol competition – especially since the school faced two major obstacles in the 2017 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL).

Midway during the SSFL Premier Division season, Shiva Boys, the 2016 Premier Division winners, lost the use of their home ground at Lachoos Road in Penal due to security issues.

And with a handful of Premier Division games remaining, the SSFL docked 17 points from Shiva Boys – a decision which saw them relegated from the top flight – due to the school’s illegal registration of midfielder Kierron Mason and defender Matthew Beal.

But Shiva Boys proved their worth when it mattered most, as they whipped 2016 National Intercol champions San Juan North 2-0 in Monday’s Intercol final at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Ryan, in an interview yesterday, said, “I give God all the glory. I owe it all to Him.”

The Shiva Boys coach is hopeful the team can continue their impressive showing into the 2018 season, as the majority of the 2017 squad is expected to remain.

“We have about three or four players (who) have reached the end of their rope with the school, but we already have replacements,” said Ryan. “We’re becoming a community team – that’s the key. This is why I want to publicly also thank the supporters who stuck behind us, who cooked food before every match, who prepared refreshments, they’re with the team.”

National midfielders Levi and Nathaniel Garcia are former Shiva Boys stand-outs, while their 17-year-old brother Judah is the captain of the 2017 outfit.

Ryan hailed the support of the brothers, as well as past students, during this year’s season. “This has become a family. We have a whole bunch of (past) players who were monitoring the scene and sending this and sending that. This is a well-backed team by past players. It’s not just calling to congratulate but they’re involved all the way.”

He indicated that the 2017 Intercol success was one of the team’s goals this season (the other was to retain their Premier Division trophy). “(The SSFL) took away our points,” said Ryan.

The Shiva Boys coach is still disturbed over how things transpired during the Premier Division season. “I don’t understand how, in the middle of a tournament, you come to take away a team’s home ground and talking about people fearing for their lives,” Ryan said.

“They never came down and watch a match and see the environment down (here),” the Shiva Boys coach continued. “It’s a community team. So I don’t know how they arrived to this view.” Ryan was impressed by the display of his team in Monday’s final, particularly the adjustments they made during the half-time interval to take control of proceedings.

“Half-time is to fix stuff,” he said. “It doesn’t mean that everything will be going well but we can fix it. We made a couple changes and it did work. As the game (went) along, we were getting stronger and taking more control of the match. In the second half we were the far better team.”
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SSFL to host inaugural All-Star game
« Reply #181 on: December 07, 2017, 08:35:23 PM »
SSFL to host inaugural All-Star game
T&T Newsday


The Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) will be hosting its inaugural All Star Game on Sunday, at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

This game will form part of the SSFL’s North-South Classic, with action set to begin at 3 pm.

According to William Wallace, president of the SSFL, “On the weekend of the 9th and 10th, we are putting on, for the first time, what we’ll call a North-South Classic. It’s an All Star game featuring teams from the North Zone, East Zone and Tobago versus the Central and South (Zones).”

Wallace said the North-South Classic will be staged in collaboration with legendary Trinidad and Tobago striker Steve David and local television network ACTS TV.

“We are inviting one and all to this game,” said Wallace. “Entry is free. It’s more than a game, it’s an event.

On Saturday we’ll have a skills competition starting at 3 (pm) and, on Sunday, we’ll have the actual game.”

The SSFL president said that coaches – local and international – will be involved in the process. “The national coaches will be there to look at players,” noted Wallace.

“We’ll also having some scouts at the game from outside of Trinidad and Tobago.

For the secondary school players who are going out on scholarships, that’s a very important thing for us.”
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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #182 on: December 07, 2017, 09:02:30 PM »
Actually, I beg to differ. There used to be a North South game in the old days. Well, the old div1 teams were onli in POS and Sando.

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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #183 on: December 08, 2017, 05:57:43 AM »
South wants All-Star victory for sweep.
By Jelani Beckles (Newsday).


A South All-Star XI will look to make a clean sweep of titles this season when the Field of Dreams Football Show/Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) All Star Game kicks off at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella this weekend.

The initiative, a collaboration between the SSFL and former national striker Steve David, will see a South XI battle a North XI in a match featuring the top players in the SSFL on Sunday at 3 pm. Prior to the match, a skills competition will take place on Saturday at 3 pm at the same venue. The skills competition, which is open to all the players in the SSFL, will include a 60-yard dash, a juggling competition and strikers going one on one with a goalkeeper.

South has dominated the 2017 season with Shiva Boys Hindu College of Penal winning the Intercol title on Monday and Presentation College San Fernando taking the league title. Shiva Boys and Presentation players dominate the South squad with nine players from Shiva Boys and seven from Presentation on the 20-man provisional squad. Judah Garcia of Shiva Boys will captain the South team.

The 24-man North team provisional squad will be captained by Matthaeus Granger of St Mary’s College. St Anthony’s College and St Mary’s each have five representatives on the team.

Garcia was at the launch of the All-Star event yesterday and said, “It is a big weekend and I want to thank the Field of Dreams for keeping this event. The players are really excited to play against the other players which includes national players. It is the best players in the country and it will be a very exciting battle to see the North go against the South. What they need to keep in mind (is) that South took everything this year and we are coming all out in that game Sunday to take this All Star game.”

Granger, choosing the humble approach, said his team will let their play do the talking.

“It is a great gesture on behalf of the league and Mr (Steve) David to organise this game for the players. I hear a lot of back talk going on between North and South, but I will leave talking for the pitch on Sunday, because we really confident after the training session yesterday (Wednesday) that we will get the required result.”

Steve David, who is one of the hosts of the Field of Dreams Football Show on ACTN TV, said this weekend’s activities is a great opportunity for the footballers.

“We are going to have coaches from the US Colleges who are coming down and want to see our players. We are hoping we could open up a channel for them to get scholarships or even to get professional contracts,” he said.

David called on the TT public to give the players more motivation to play at a higher level. “All we need is the people in the stands...support is so important, I played, I know, when you run out on the field in front of five people, it is different to when you run out on the field in front of a full stadium,” he said. The event is free to the public.

South All-Stars:

Goalkeepers – Denzil Smith (Shiva Boys), Levi Fernandes (Naparima).

Defenders – Mylz Barrington (Presenation), Jabari Graham (Shiva), Yohannes Richardson (Shiva), Shirwin Noel (Presentation), Matthew Beal (Shiva).

Midfielders – Kierron Mason (Shiva), Tyrel Baptiste (Shiva), Quinn Rodney (Shiva), Darnell Hospedales (Presentation), Judah Garcia (Shiva), Jordan Riley (Presentation), Jerrin Jackie (Presentation), Tyrel Emmanuel (Presentation), Josiah King (Carapichaima East).

Forwards – Keon Boney (St Benedict’s), Junior Asson (Shiva).

Reserves – Theophilus Bourne (Carapichaima East), Ackeel Jacob (Presentation).

North All-Stars:

Goalkeepers – Regaleo Holder (St Mary’s), Hezron D’Abreau (Valencia Secondary), Emmanuel John (Trinity East).

Defenders – Anfernee Stokes (QRC), Derron John (St Anthony’s), Kyle Thomas (San Juan North), Matthaeus Granger (St Mary’s), Jesse Williams (St Anthony’s), Giovanni Lewis (Valencia).

Midfielders – Che Benny (St Anthony’s), Haile Beckles (St Anthony’s), Tyrese Bailey (St Anthony’s), Gabriel Nanton (St Mary’s), Tyrese Spicer (St Mary’s), Anthony Samuel (St Augustine), Saleem Henry (Trinity), Nathaniel Perouse (San Juan North).

Forwards – Brandon Semper (San Juan North), Renaldo Boyce (San Juan North), Devon Charles (St Mary’s), Akil Frank (Signal Hill), Justin Araujo-Wilson (Fatima), Kishon Hackshaw (Trinity East), Kerri McDonald (Speyside).

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SSFL to host inaugural All-Star game.
T&T Newsday Reports.


The Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) will be hosting its inaugural All Star Game on Sunday, at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

This game will form part of the SSFL’s North-South Classic, with action set to begin at 3 pm.

According to William Wallace, president of the SSFL, “On the weekend of the 9th and 10th, we are putting on, for the first time, what we’ll call a North-South Classic. It’s an All Star game featuring teams from the North Zone, East Zone and Tobago versus the Central and South (Zones).”

Wallace said the North-South Classic will be staged in collaboration with legendary Trinidad and Tobago striker Steve David and local television network ACTS TV.

“We are inviting one and all to this game,” said Wallace. “Entry is free. It’s more than a game, it’s an event.

On Saturday we’ll have a skills competition starting at 3 (pm) and, on Sunday, we’ll have the actual game.”

The SSFL president said that coaches – local and international – will be involved in the process. “The national coaches will be there to look at players,” noted Wallace.

“We’ll also having some scouts at the game from outside of Trinidad and Tobago.

For the secondary school players who are going out on scholarships, that’s a very important thing for us.”

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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #184 on: December 08, 2017, 07:05:36 AM »
WATCH: Former Trinidad and Tobago Head Coach Stephen Hart weighs in on the SSFL scandals. He says "All parties involved have to sit down and tackle the problem."

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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #185 on: December 08, 2017, 01:52:38 PM »
Who were the top goal-scorers in this year's SSFL?
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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #186 on: December 09, 2017, 09:22:05 AM »
Inter-Col Nostalgia: Forgotten teams of the past.
By Gyasi Merrique (Guardian).


Another season of Secondary Schools Football has come and gone, once again parading to the football enthusiasts out there with another glut of unbelievably talented and promising future stars.

However, the 2017 season will perhaps be remembered for the mischief, malpractices and malfeasance of some school administrators just as much or even more than it would be remembered as the fourth consecutive year that a South Zone team won the Premier Division League title and the second out of four years under the new format that Southern-based teams swept the League and Intercol double.

Long before this essentially national format existed, the College’s Football League (CFL) as it was known before becoming the Secondary School’s Football League, was a conquest many schools dared to take on, and like anything else, there have been periods of dominance by several schools on a cyclical basis.

Teams first established their title winning credentials in their zones before attempting to widen their domain in the InterCol competition.

As calendars have been hung up and then discarded however, many of the schools that would have considered themselves and been considered by many as having pedigree within this arena through achieving league and/or InterCol supremacy through the years, have seemingly disappeared from prominence giving way to new dynasties.

Guardian Media Sport looks back at some of those teams.

Malick Senior Comprehensive/Malick Secondary

League titles:

1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995

North InterCol titles:

1990, 1993, 1994

National InterCol titles:

1990, 1993

Notable Players: Arnold Dwarika, Shawn David, Gary Glasgow, Kerwyn Jermott, Devorn Jorsling, Jason Scotland, Dennis Lawrence, Aurtis Whitley, Densil Theobald, Brent Sancho,

Arguably the greatest school team of the 1990’s, Malick Secondary School was virtually unstoppable during this period.

Led by an over-abundance of star players, who would play for the national team in the future, and legendary school’s coach Kenneth Franco, the school won the league and national InterCol double in 1990 and 1993, and won league titles in 1992, 1994, and 1995. It is no small feat that school had at least five past pupils on T&T’s 2006 World Cup Squad in Germany and many more who played a role in earlier parts of that historic campaign.

These days however, Malick Secondary is a stranger to top flight football and has never participated in the Premier Division since it was formed in 2014, the 50th year of organised Secondary Schools Football in T&T.

Belmont Boys Secondary/St Francis Boy’s College

League titles:

1969, 1975

North InterCol titles:

1969, 1975, 1992

National InterCol titles:

1975, 1992 Notable players: Ron La Forest, Wayne Lewis

Malick’s glory years mirrored that of a Belmont Boys School team which disrupted the status quo decades before. At a time when CFL founding members QRC and CIC together with Fatima College ruled the roost, Belmont stuck a proverbial spoke in the wheel first in 1969, after it won the North league and InterCol titles.

This achievement was no fluke and Belmont stayed on the scene as North Zone hot-shots for at least a decade winning the league and national InterCol double in 1975. They blew hot and cold during the 1980s before returning to display its penchant for crashing the party in 1992 when at the very beginning of Malick’s run, Belmont would do the North and National Intercol double again in 1992. However it is the team of 1975 that will be most remembered for its amazing feat.

Tranquility Government Secondary

National InterCol titles:

1974

North InterCol titles:

1972, 1973, 1974, 1976

Notable players: Russell Latapy

When Belmont first arrived in the 1970s they brought Tranquility Government Secondary with them. After a spell of continuous domination of the North by QRC, CIC, and Fatima, the school notoriously captured the three-peat of North InterCol titles from 1972-1974 and capped off the winning period with a national InterCol victory in 1974.

The school has not lifted a notable trophy in 40-plus years, And after floating between the Championship and top division in the 1990s and 2000s it has seemingly found a permanent place in the lower category on North Zone football.

Princes Town Secondary

South league titles:

2002, 2003

South InterCol titles:

1994, 2001, 2002

National InterCol titles:

1994, 2001

South Zone teams have featured on winners’ row in the College’s Football League since its inception, but Princes Town Secondary has never been mentioned among that elite group. That is until the 1994 season when it won the national InterCol title, ending a nine-year drought during which South Zone teams failed to win the coveted title. Princes in shining amour, indeed, who will always be remembered for bringing the title back to the South.

Seven years later, the team would win another national InterCol title and achieve the unique distinction of winning that year’s Cricket Intercol title too. Minding wicket an goal in both of those title winning teams was current T&T shot-stopper Marvin Phillip. Sadly Phillip remains the only symbolic representation of “P-Town’s” right to be named among the top teams in the mid to late 1990s and early 2000s.

El Dorado East Secondary

East league titles:

2001, 2010, 2011

East Zone InterCol titles:

2001, 2010

National InterCol titles:

1986, 2009

Notable players: Shaun Boney, Stern John, Jamal Gay, Daneil Cyrus

Whenever the debate was about the East Zone, El Dorado Secondary could not be left out of the discussion.

Popularly called “Blue Thunder”, “Eldo” or “Eldo Blue” The school rose beyond the canopy to win a national InterCol title in 1986, but it would fail to capitalize on this momentum and would only capture a second national InterCol title in 2009. Still, the “Blue Thunder” era of the 80’s was unforgettable. And in the very next decade T&T’s all-time national top scorer, Stern John began building his unquestionable legacy when he ran riot for his school team.

Arima Senior Comprehensive Secondary/Arima North Secondary

East league titles:

2012

East InterCol titles:

2011

Notable players: Timothy Haynes, Kerry Jamerson, Mickey Trottman

Arima Senior Comprehensive’s two titles is an injustice to a school which was undoubtedly one of the East Zone’s finest and one which produced a long line of talented players, among them debatably the greatest goal-scorer to ever play in the CFL, Timothy Haynes.

First arriving on the school’s football scene in the 1980’s, Haynes scored an unheralded 40 goals in the 85’ season, registering hat-tricks in six games for the Dial Dynamos.

Unfortunately for the school, however, Haynes existed in the era of Russel Latapy and his legendary San Fernando Technical unit, which meant his team would finish second best to the school which won the league and InterCol double that year.

Arima was among the teams in the debut year of the Premier Division in 2014 but was relegated that year and has never been close to promotion since.

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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #187 on: December 12, 2017, 12:51:11 AM »
South SSFL All-Stars prevail over North.
T&T Guardian Reports.


South All Stars prevailed 4-2 on penalties over their Northern counterparts in the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) All Star match at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium on Sunday, after the game finished 1-1 at the end of regulation time.

Before an appreciative crowd that included Minister of Sports Darryl Smith and a number of ex school and national stars such as Leroy De Leon, Everald ‘Gally’ Cummings, Steve David, Alvin Corneal, Alvin Henderson, Russell Latapy, Reynold Carrington and Anthony Sherwood, both teams produced an entertaining display, but in the end it was Denzil Smith, the Shiva Boys Hindu College goalkeeper whose acrobatics between the uprights in the shoot-out, saving Matthaeus Granger and Andrew Peter-Abraham assured his team the win.

North struck first through San Juan North Secondary’s Renaldo Boyce who was presented with the simple task of tapping in the 50th minute before substitute Quinn Rodney drew the South team level in the 85th minute.

US coach Zach Ganzberg, head of the Mount Vernon Nazarene University was on hand to witness the talent among the T&T schools and said afterwards he was pleased with what he saw.

Smith was later voted the game’s MVP. According to the US coach, “I thought the talent was a little bit better. Obviously, what you get in the American game is a little higher intensity and sheer athletes and size.

But what I’m looking for are creative players and that’s why I’m here in Trinidad. There’s a lot of that here so I was pleased.”

The game was intended to expose players to a wider audience and as such, a video of it will be placed on Youtube, Corneal and William Wallace, president of the SSFL said. They believe more coaches as Ganzberg will get the opportunity to see the players.

The game will be aired today on ACTN (Acts 25TV) from 9.30pm. South coach Shawn Cooper said his players’ involvement in Saturday’s Footy Fest tourney left them weary.

(Teams - by Wired868.com)

South All-Stars (4-2-3-1): 1.Denzil Smith (GK); 2.Mylz Barrington, 5.Yohannes Richardson, 4.Shirwin Noel, 3.Matthew Beal; 8.Kierron Mason, 6.Judah Garcia (captain); 7.Jordan Riley (16.Quinn Riley 52), 10.Tyrel Emmanuel (15.Tyrell Baptiste 55), 11.Darnell Hospedales (14.Joshua King 55 [13.Jabari Graham 76]); 9.Keon Boney (17.Junior Asson 40).

Coach: Shawn Cooper

North All-Stars (4-2-3-1): 1.Jacque Poon-Lewis (GK); 15.Lukeman Brooks (12.Stephon Marcano 36), 3.Nkosi Salandy, 8.Matthaeus Granger (captain), 4.Joshua Araujo-Wilson; 11.Anthony Samuel, 10.Gabriel Nanton (5.Andrew Peter-Abraham 69); 13.Kishon Hackshaw, 14.Jaydon Prowell (7.Justin Araujo-Wilson 72), 11.Nickel Orr (16.Tyrese Spicer 60); 9.Renaldo Boyce (6.Nathaniel Perouse 81).

Coach: Ronald Daniel

Referee: Kevin Smart

All-Star MVP: Denzil Smith (South All-Stars)

South All-Stars 1 (Quinn Rodney 85) v North All Stars 1 (Renaldo Boyce 50) at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;
(South All-Stars won 4-2 on penalty kicks.)

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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #188 on: December 12, 2017, 05:35:32 PM »
The issue is, do these players have the grades to get scholarships?

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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #189 on: December 12, 2017, 08:07:50 PM »
The issue is, do these players have the grades to get scholarships?
In addition be informed. ~7 K only covers about 1/3 expenses. To get full, it possible to combine excellent grades and exceptional ability. In addition, check the quality of the school, after all, the greatest benefit is the level of education. Some schools are more recognized for certain degrees than others. Not many athletes graduate from college to professional status, thus the quality of education, and contacts made is important. In most cases, academics may be more important than ability, depending on the division.
I have also learned that not all athletic scholarships are equal. A lot depends on what is the main sport at the school, and that sometimes determine the level/div. it plays in. Thus a school with strong history of football or basketball will have less access to full scholarships for soccer or swimming (in our cases). Stuff like that. The potential athletes should ask a lot of questions and get stuff in writing.
eg. Is International student Insurance covered, Foreigner fees,  tuition, books, room and board, meals, student activities..etc be informed.
I have been advised to be careful, many coaches would make promises to get an athlete on campus, but then the story changes to "Well, we will see what we can work out ". Inexperienced be aware.

I noted already the foreign coach made the comment..

According to the US coach, “I thought the talent was a little bit better. Obviously, what you get in the American game is a little higher intensity and sheer athletes and size.

But what I’m looking for are creative players and that’s why I’m here in Trinidad. There’s a lot of that here so I was pleased.”


means IMO, he don't plan or can offer full rides. Yet, one doesn't know for sure.

https://exactsports.com/blog/ncaa-and-naia-scholarships-know-the-difference/2011/02/05/

https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings


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« Reply #190 on: December 21, 2017, 04:59:33 AM »
Wallace, SSFL praised for work in youth football.
T&T Guardian Reports.


The Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) led by president William Wallace came in for high praises from the Ministry of Education for its commitment and vision towards national development through youth football.

At an end of season appreciation event for its executive, staff and partners at the Ato Boldon Stadium Saturday, Cheryl Ann Wilkinson, Adviser to Minister of Education Anthony Garcia, congratulated Wallace and his team for a successful 2017 football season.

“I want to congratulate Mr Wallace and his executive, the coaches and players for their job this season.

“We are very proud of the league to see that you now have an office and you have indeed come a long way. I will do everything that I can to ensure that you go an even longer way as an administration” Wilkinson said.

“I think there should be a secondment and also a subvention from the Ministry of Education for the League.

“This is a very costly exercise and out of this, so many students continue to get opportunities.

“We have had many players who were able to get scholarships as a result of the football and this is indeed a worthy exercise. I am proud to have been associated with the League and continue to be associated with the league,” Wilkinson added.

She promised to lobby for members of the SSFL to be seconded to carry out their duties, as it brought her a sense of satisfaction to see talented, dedicated and disciplined youths coming together to be part of an effort towards national development through sport.

Wallace spoke of the milestones achieved this year that included the most watched Intercol and Premier League finals on television via Sportsmax TV and other live broadcast of matches during the season.

The League also staged a TTFA “B” License coaching course and will join with the TTFA to play a bigger role in football nationally.

The SSFL also launched its own website and staged a first responders course for team officials. It is expected to hold a symposium for all stakeholders in 2018.

“We are happy that the T&T Football Association is willing to work with us.

“They are the ones who have reached out to us and offered to work and at the end of the day it is about the development of Trinidad and Tobago football.

“It goes beyond us and we always have to see the bigger picture,” Wallace said.

TTFA Director of Football Muhammad Isa said: “I am proud to say that we have started some negotiations with the Secondary Schools Football League on things that we believe need to be looked into to outline the football in the SSFL.

“I am happy to say that the TTFA continues to be supportive of the League.”

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« Reply #191 on: December 22, 2017, 03:57:14 AM »
Tigers’ football fiesta for ex manager.
T&T Guardian Reports.


A number of big name footballers such as Kenwyne Jones, Yohance Marshall, Jan-Michael Williams, Julius James and Kevon Villaroel etc will be on show when the St Anthony’s College Football Fiesta takes place tomorrow at the Training Field of the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo from 6pm.

This year’s event is being dedicated to ex manager Anthony Clarence who passed away from cancer in January this year. Nigel Grovesnor, the former St Anthony’s coach described Clarence as his man of business for many years and his riding partner.

Clarence who lost the battle for life after ailing for a while, also had two sons who represented the school in football, Abiola and Ajani Clarence.

Both are expected to be among the gathering of ex players from the different eras, who will battle among themselves for bragging rights.

In spite of using a different venue instead of the school ground where it has been held for many years, Grovesnor said he holds the football fiesta close to his heart as he enjoys seeing the reunion of many past players whom he coached when they were at the college.

He called on all past pupils to come out for a time of fun and remembrance of the times they had at the school.

Grovesnor is now coach at Queen’s Royal College (QRC) taking it to ninth in the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) this season.

The fiesta began back in 1990 as a memorial tournament for midfielder Martin Anatol who drowned while he was on scholarship abroad.

It has since grown to include others who have died and those who have made significant achievements in their lives.

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« Reply #192 on: December 25, 2017, 06:10:52 AM »
Bishop Anstey Girls’ Warriors make football history.
T&T Newsday Reports.


Bishop Anstey Girls’ High School, which has traditionally been a strong academic institution, is now making a name for itself as a powerhouse in girls’college football. The Port of Spain team defeated Pleasantville Secondary School 6-0 in the Coca-Cola Girls’ National Intercol tournament final on December 4 at the Ato Boldon Stadium.

Their victory is further evidence of the success that the Ministry of Education’s Physical Education (PE) programme is playing in producing healthy students, who are excelling in the education system.Physical Education is now a compulsory subject in both the primary and secondary schools and is also being tested at both CSEC and CAPE levels.

The Bishop Anstey players made history for their school as the first team to win the prestigious trophy.

A hat trick from Ranae Ward, a double from Brittney Williams and a single item from Kiana Alexander ensured a resounding thrashing of the southern footballers who were left shell shocked after the defeat.

First time Captain Leah Dos Santos said she was delighted with her team’s triumph which she chalked up to the many long hours of training and positive attitude the team gave to the game.

“I’m incredibly humbled by our success,” she said, “especially with how much we were able to win by. I am super proud of my team and it’s really a great feeling seeing all of our hard work reap this reward.”

A happy Principal Joanne Shurland expressed her pride for the team, in particular the level of on-field intelligence and maturity displayed.

“Our girls are academic and they are thinkers. When everybody else was playing football our girls were using strategy… you saw the calmness, the measured thinking,which play to make, where to place the ball,” she said.

Commenting on the team’s first time success, Coach Brian Smith said “It’s actually a fantastic achievement and it took us a period of five years to get here.”

Come 2018, as defending champions, the Bishop Anstey girls’ football squad intend to fight hard to retain the title.


Captain Leah Dos Santos (left) and coach Brian Smith holding the Coca-Cola National Girls’ Intercol trophy.

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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #193 on: December 25, 2017, 06:16:55 AM »
SSFL receive plaudits from Education Ministry.
T&T Newsday Reports.


The Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) and its executive committee, led by president William Wallace, came in for high commendation from the Ministry of Education for its commitment and vision towards national development through youth football.

At an end of season appreciation event for its executive, staff and partners at the Home of Football, Ato Boldon Stadium on December 16, adviser to the Minister of Education, Cheryl Ann Wilkinson lauded Wallace and his team for the successful completion of the 2017 season which ended with the staging of an All Star Match at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium the previous weekend.

“I am honoured to be here. I do not feel as a guest here, I feel as if I have returned home after some length of time,” the former principal of Arima Senior Comprehensive said.

“I want to congratulate Mr Wallace and his executive, and the coaches and players for their job this season. We are very proud of the league to see that you now have an office and you have indeed come a long way. I will do everything that I can to ensure that you go an even a longer way as an administration.”

She added that will lobby to have members of the SSFL Executive be seconded to carry out their duties within the League

Wallace meantime spoke of the milestones achieved this year which included one of the most viewed Intercol and Premier League Finals on television via live telecast on Sportsmax TV along with several live broadcast of other matches during the season.

Additionally the League was able to stage a TTFA “B” License coaching course for coaches of schools in conjunction with the TTFA and have held discussions with the TTFA as it related to structuring the League to suit the needs of the national football.

The SSFL also staged for the first time a first responders course for team officials an launched its official website in 2017.

A symposium with all stakeholders and officials will also be staged early in 2018.

“We are happy that the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is willing to work with us.

“They are the ones who have reached out to us and offered to work and at the end of the day it is about the development of Trinidad and Tobago football. It goes beyond us and we always have to see the bigger picture,” Wallace said.

TTFA Director of Football Muhammad Isa said, “We have started some negotiations with the Secondary Schools Football League on things that we believe need to be looked into to outline the football in the SSFL. I am happy to say that the TTFA continues to be supportive of the League.”
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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #194 on: December 26, 2017, 11:29:39 PM »
Allow Trade Schools and Technical Schools...all schools that have students below the age of 19..nobody over 19yrs should be representing in school boy football.


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« Reply #195 on: February 14, 2018, 06:40:40 AM »
SSFL to host Stakeholders Forum on February 24th
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The Secondary Schools Football League, under the leadership of President William Wallace will host a one-day Stakeholders Forum on Saturday February 24th at the National Cycling Velodrome in Couva.

The day’s proceedings starts at 9:30am, going until 4pm and is aimed at encouraging inclusive cooperation and greater dialogue among football stakeholders and key people in the local football landscape including fans.

“We are excited to host the forum as part of a commitment encouraging more collaborations, dialogue and inclusions of key stakeholders in advancing the Secondary Schools Football League and addressing issues that need to be looked at,” SSFL Presdient Wallace said.

“As an Organisation and a League, we are totally against an organisation such as the SSFL operating in a vacuum but rather in a business environment, which is comprised of different stakeholders, some of which are internal and others external; having the capacity to influence the organisation in one way or the other. We want to encourage a level of influence which in the long run can play a key part  in determining a level of success for the League, our teams, players and by extension football in Trinidad and Tobago,” Wallace added.

There will be discussions dedicated to topics such as development, refereeing, coach education, student athlete policy among other items. And there will also be an open forum segment.
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Re: 2017 SSFL & Inter-Col Thread.
« Reply #196 on: February 14, 2018, 04:09:12 PM »
Good initiative. Perhaps a bit more lead time would have been ideal (although the SSFL directorate signalled that such a consultation was coming).
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« Reply #197 on: February 18, 2018, 05:44:10 AM »
Good initiative. Perhaps a bit more lead time would have been ideal (although the SSFL directorate signalled that such a consultation was coming).
emails notifications were out in good time to the relavant stakeholders.......our school got notification a few weeks ago.

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« Reply #198 on: February 18, 2018, 06:32:45 AM »
Good initiative. Perhaps a bit more lead time would have been ideal (although the SSFL directorate signalled that such a consultation was coming).
emails notifications were out in good time to the relavant stakeholders.......our school got notification a few weeks ago.

Yuh sure they eh jes tell Tobago early o'clock so allyuh could reach. ;D

That is extremely good to hear. Nonetheless, in the context of when placed in the public domain, I'm unaware of publication of information that preceded the media release.

The role of external stakeholders is what directed my comment.

Does your school plan to attend?
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Tigers claw to two titles at Nostalgia football.
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ST ANTHONY’S College won two titles when the Intercol Nostalgia Football Festival 2018 took place at the Marvin Lee Ball Park in Macoya, on Saturday.

Former school footballers from Queen’s Royal College, St Mary’s College, Fatima College, St Anthony’s College, Tranquillity Secondary, St Francis College (formerly Belmont Intermediate) and St Augustine Secondary represented the north, while Presentation College San Fernando, St Benedict’s College and Naparima College were the south representatives.

Tranquillity won the Over-55 category, while St Mary’s had to settle for second place. In the 40-55 age group St Anthony’s won Group A, while Fatima was the top team in Group B.

In the Under-40 age group, St Anthony’s claimed the title in Group C and Naparima took the top prize in Group D.
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Corneal for SSFL stakeholders forum today.
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The first official Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Stakeholders forum is set to take place this morning from 9:30am at the National Cycling Centre (NCC) media room in Balmain, Couva.

Anthony Harford, a former journalist and sport promoter will be the moderator for the forum which will also include members of the footballing public and specially invited guests, League president William Wallace said.

“All is in place for what we expect to be a full day of vibrant, open and productive interactions with members of the footballing fraternity and the Secondary Schools League as an organisation. We have extended invitations to different members and officials and people who hold influential positions in office in local football. At this time I can confirm that the technical director of the T&T Football Association, Anton Corneal will be one of the presenters. And we will also have Attorney Ricardo Williams on the agenda to address related matters,” Wallace said.

The day’s proceedings starts at 9:30am, going until 4pm and is aimed at encouraging inclusive cooperation and greater dialogue among football stakeholders and key people in the local football landscape including fans.

There will be discussions dedicated to topics such as development, women’s football, refereeing, coach education, student athlete policy among other items including an open forum segment.

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« Reply #201 on: March 01, 2018, 02:50:15 AM »
Schools’ league grapples with issues of registration, player development and TTFA relations.
By Lasana Liburd (Wired868).


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Academic requirements for school footballers, wider powers for the credential committee, an electronic database for players, small-sided games for Under-14s and a re-evaluation of the registration period and deadline for players to participate in external competitions.

There were no shortage of talking points as the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) held its first Stakeholders Forum on Saturday morning at the National Cycling Centre in Couva.

And that was before you got to the really ticklish stuff.

Should the SSFL be designed with a view to participation or development? Should schools attempt to fill the vacuum left by local clubs or keep off the toes of the latter party?

Where does the SSFL fit into the TTFA’s blueprint for international football success? What impact does refereeing have on the League and vice versa and what is the ideal relationship between the pair? Can the SSFL force-feed morality to dishonest principals?

And perhaps the deepest philosophical question of all, courtesy of Trinity College East principal Derek West: is this a league of schools or just a league that schools play in?

“Criticism helps us grow,” said SSFL president William Wallace, as he kicked off the forum at roughly 10am and with just over 40 persons in attendance.

The SSFL Executive, he stressed, was all ears and willing to take suggestions on board to improve its product. It is worth pointing out the parties who opted not to take part in the process.

Remarkably—especially after the Fyzabad Secondary scandal last season—there was no representative from the Ministry of Education at the Cycling Centre. Just as telling was the absence of direct involvement from the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFA).

True, the football body’s technical director, Anton Corneal, was present—he said he dragged himself out of his sick bed to be there. But, when it came down to the matter of policy, Corneal conceded that his contributions were generally not vetted by his employer and could not be considered the TTFA’s viewpoint.

Arguably, the most eyebrow-raising no-show was—for more reasons than one—the local referees. First, because the issue of “refereeing” was literally high on the agenda as the Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTFRA) had promised to send a representative. And because this contentious profession has been highlighted for all the wrong reasons of late and a non-acrimonious sit-down could only help.

But, mostly, because the president of the TTFRA and chairman of the TTFA’s Referee Committee, Joseph Taylor, was at the forum but claimed to be there only as a Mucurapo West Secondary staff member.

Last September, my then 6-year-old daughter was contemplating the definition of a mixture, which was “two or more substances that can be mixed and can be separated.” A cup of tea or bowl of cereal, she suggested, cannot be mixtures then.

Well, if ever there was a man capable of perfectly separating a cup of tea—I would assume that his last name is Taylor.

Perhaps fittingly, Laurence Seepersad, the SSFL’s assistant secretary operations and Credentials Committee chairman, got the show on the road.

The Credentials Committee comprises Seepersad, SSFL general secretary Azaad Khan (who was absent) and the secretaries for all five zones.

The biggest issue, according to Seepersad, was that most schools submitted their teams just before the deadline and created an impossible workload for the volunteers. Notably, schools are able to register players up until three days before the final game of the season. It means that—particularly when you consider the number of zones and divisions under their portfolio—the scale of Seepersad’s task might be second only to curbing violent crime.

There were several suggestions. Keith Look Loy, who was there as Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) president, recommended that the SSFL implement a registration deadline—just like almost every other league.

Since the forum was recorded, it is possible that the SSFL Executive might consider this at a later date. On Saturday, it got short shrift, though. Apparently, school teams habitually chance across a player they missed during their pre-season and would like to retain the option of belatedly including that boy or girl in their squad.

FIFA match commissioner Norris Ferguson and San Juan North Secondary vice-principal Phillip Fraser suggested that maybe the controversial article 16. 4 (a) should be amended so as to avoid a repeat of the Matthew Beal situation at Shiva Boys Hindu College.

The clause reads: “A player, who having been registered and/or is playing with the TTFA or with another league or association affiliated to the TTFA after 31st August of the current year, shall not be eligible to be registered as a player for their school unless they meet the criteria of the Credentials Committee.”

But, as Wired868 pointed out, if you eliminated the “unless they meet the criteria…” bit, then would this not infringe on the school’s ability to include that last-minute player they had chanced across? Suppose the boy had just transferred in and, through no fault of his own, had represented a zonal team after the deadline since he was not with a school team at the time?

And would most issues not be solved by more interaction between the Credentials Committee and SSFL match commissioners anyway?

For instance, if every school had to submit a 25-member shortlist on the eve of each game, then there would be much less chance of an ineligible student getting on to the field, as happened with Shiva Boys midfielder Kierron Mason.

It was a combination of registration issues between Beal and Mason that led to Shiva Boys being relegated last season and nearly reduced the competition to farce.

Former St Augustine Secondary principal Andre Moses—or maybe it was former SSFL executive Trevor Bridglalsingh—noted that schools were conflating the submission of documents with registration. If they accepted that registration was incomplete until the schools body said so, then maybe there would be fewer issues.

Point well made, sir.

Corneal, who said he was recovering from the virus and looked to be standing by the grace of God, gave pointers for improving the quality of schoolboy players and, ultimately, national youth teams. At Form One and Under-14 level, the technical director suggested unlimited substitutions or, further, a rule to ensure that all squad members received playing time in each game. It was, he said, an idea imported from the United States.

Or, like Belgium and Holland, the SSFL could turn its competitions for the younger players into eight-a-side games so as to encourage more touches of the ball and, as a result, more technically skilled players.

Trinity East coach Michael Grayson, who is also well versed in the US soccer system, agreed wholeheartedly. For others, this radical shift might require some more discussion but at least the seed was planted.

Wallace said he was happy to take Corneal’s proposal to the SSFL Executive and general membership on one condition—that the idea was formally passed over with the TTFA’s stamp of approval.

As straightforward as Wallace’s request might seem, it sparked some to-ing and fro-ing.

Corneal felt that the extra paperwork and/or chain of approval was unnecessary as Wallace could simply jot the point down there and then and move it along the assembly line. Wallace retorted that he felt it necessary to operate within the framework of a memorandum of understanding between the TTFA and the SSFL, which, he stressed, had been repeatedly sought by the schools football body without success.

“What happens if we go ahead with this [without TTFA sanction],”Wallace asked,  “and then there is a new technical director telling us something different next month?”

“Somebody told you something I don’t know?” Corneal shot back, lightheartedly.

Wired868 asked Corneal how could the SSFL better assist the national youth programme starting with coach Russell Latapy’s Under-20 Team that enters Caribbean competition in November.

It sparked a debate on essentially what role the school game plays within the local football ecosystem.

In essence, the SSFL is expected not to get in the way of Latapy’s plans, which means to release players to train on demand and also to have them potentially participate in the 2018 TTSL or Pro League competition. School football fans could expect to miss the likes of Che Benny (St Anthony’s College), Jordan Riley (Presentation College, San Fernando), Judah Garcia and Tyrel Emmanuel (both Shiva Boys) next season then.

Almost inevitably, though, there will be conflict this September when schoolboys are faced with the choice of playing in front of hundreds of schoolmates and live on SportsMax, or in front of a few dozen onlookers in the Pro League.

It is a decision that might cause nights of head-scratching for the teenaged players who feel they might not make Latapy’s final squad anyway. Or those who think they are undroppable.

Corneal pointed out that the last group of schoolboys to sacrifice SSFL glory for the more testing Super League competition went on to qualify for the Egypt FIFA 2009 Under-20 World Cup.

“After that the whole idea [of nurturing national youth teams in adult competitions] just fell away,” said Corneal.

“It fell away because there was no TTFA policy in place,” Wallace retorted. “The SSFL and the TTFA are always operating in silos…”

Corneal had “good news” for the SSFL too; FIFA, he said, had recognised the role of school competitions in its new initiative, which urged all countries to have eight-to-ten months per year of youth football.

The 2018 calendar, Corneal explained, should have been split as follows: January to March (Flow Youth Pro League), March to early July (Republic Bank National Youth League) and September to early December (SSFL).

The Pro League being the Pro League, the calendar is already out of sync as they began their competition two months late. Since the RBNYL—and its organiser and All Sport chairman Tony Harford was the SSFL’s moderator on Saturday—is unwilling to butcher its own schedule to compensate for the Pro League’s sluggish organisation, it means Trinidad and Tobago youth players are already down to eight months at best in 2018.

There were two primary concerns about the TTFA’s eight-to-ten-month football initiative, which came under the heading of youth development.

Several SSFL schools—Fatima College and Trinity College East among them—had taken to opening football academies so as to nurture their players all year round.

Look Loy was sceptical.

“Schools can never replace clubs,” said the TTSL president.

Corneal’s suggestion was that the players would split time between competing with their clubs and training with schools. It means that, apart from having two masters/coaches simultaneously—three if a player were also on the national team—schoolboys would be doing pre-season training with one outfit while doing mid-season work with another.

Pre-season training includes a lot of strength and conditioning work meant to stretch muscles to their limits. Mid-season training means lighter work designed to keep the body ticking over and, specifically, designed not to overburden the players physically.

“But that is madness,” said West.

By then, Corneal had already left—presumably for his sick bed.

It is uncertain whether he heard West’s first point. But he definitely did not hear the second criticism.

“Since when is more competition the same as development?” someone asked. “Where in the TTFA’s youth development plan do the players actually train and improve?”

It was six hours of cut and thrust and there were many fine ideas that will not be touched on in this summary.

Former SSFL president Anthony Creed, ex-Arima North Secondary teacher Gregory Wales, South Zone secretary Essiel Seecharan were not short of ideas as were Look Loy, Bridglalsingh, Moses and, of course, West.

As the sole media house present, Wired868 made a plea too for visible numbers on team shirts and pants—the St Mary’s College kit looked like it was found behind a dumpster—as well as a database of registered players with names correctly spelled.

Photographer and CA Images head Allan V Crane spoke  on marketing and copyright issues, abetted by sport attorney Ricardo Williams who sat at the head table.

Wired868 suggested too that, since schools complained of players who did not show up after the football season or sit exams, perhaps the SSFL should implement a transfer ban. If the majority of a school’s repeaters do not sit exams, the said school would not be allowed to field repeaters in the following year.

It was not a suggestion which seemed to find enthusiastic approval although Wallace was pleased to announce that the SSFL had begun discussions with the Education Ministry to create education centres designed to help players to catch up with their schoolwork.

On the thorny issue of a minimum education requirement for players, Wales suggested the introduction of a GPA formula which rates their performances in the context of their classmates—that way, it would be fair to students from “non-prestige” schools while still challenging for those at the other end of the spectrum.

Although, come to think of it, a GPA system probably would not appeal to colleges who poach students from secondary comprehensives and would have a tall task getting them to fit in academically.

So, there is a lot for the SSFL executive members to consider before they next face their general membership.

And is the SSFL a league of schools or just a league that schools play in? Maybe they will get closer to an answer by the next forum.

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2017 SSFL North All-Star selectee, defender Stephon Marcano (Fatima College; Santa Cruz), and his Cal State Bakersfield teammates and coach attract attention for their "diversity".

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