BRIAN LONDON, coach of the Coca Cola National Girls Intercol champions Pleasantville, is urging corporate T&T and other stakeholders to invest in women’s football from a grassroots level.
Secondary Schools - Girls
PLEASANTVILLE Secondary retained its coveted Coca Cola National Girls Intercol title by trumping Signal Hill 3-1, at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, on Wednesday.
Shania Jordan netted the winner for Five Rivers Secondary School to earn them the East Zone title in the Coca Cola Girls' Intercol Competition in the Secondary Schools Football League.
Led by a double from Alexcia Ali, Pleasantville Secondary School earned the right to defend its Coca Cola National Girls Intercol title after crushing Carapichaima East, 8-1 in the semifinals on Sunday at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella.
Luann Craig put on a grand performance to lift Five Rivers Secondary School to the Malta Girls Under-15 Division Trinidad title in the Secondary Schools Football League.
Five Rivers Secondary School captain Kayla Baboolal and her team were unfazed by the unfamiliar surroundings and dominated the Malta Girls' Under-15 Division final in the Secondary Schools Football League to emerge the national champion.
Celine Loraine scored the winner for Signal Hill Secondary School to be crowned the Girls' "Big Five" champion in the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League on Wednesday.
Shania Jordon scored the lone item to book Five Rivers Secondary School’s spot in the Coca Cola National Girls Intercol semifinals in the Secondary Schools Football League after edging Holy Name Convent Port-of-Spain, 1-0 on Sunday.
Havana Ramdeen and Britanny Mahabir played key roles in helping Holy Name Convent School cop the North Intercol title in the Coca Cola Girls Intercol final on Sunday at St Mary's Ground in St Clair, Port-of-Spain.