Malick's unbeaten run will be tested on Wednesday when the team visits Trinity College East at Henry Street, Arouca in the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL).
Coach Anthony Bartholomew said he believes his charges have played their two easiest matches of the tournament to date, and have gained maximum points from them, although the margin of victory should have been different.
In the school's opening game, Malick destroyed Speyside High 5-0 courtesy a hat-trick from instrumental striker Mamade Guerra. And in their second match against Trinity College Moka, Guerra was again on target, along with Zion Carpette to hand them a 2-1 triumph away in Maraval.
Bartholomew and company, who will be carrying the hopes of the entire Morvant/Laventille and surrounding areas, will be in for their real challenge with Trinity East making themselves a household name in the school's league. "From this match, we will be taking it each game at a time. We will not be taking any team for granted, especially the Trinity boys who have had a win and draw in their last two games. And I know they have some dangerous players who attack down the flanks, so we will have to watch out for this," Bartholomew explained.
The Malick coach said he will be making a few changes for this encounter, by bringing in central defender Shaquan Duke and wingback Matthew Constantine to cope with Trinity's attacks, while captain Nathaniel Barbour and company, will be charged with the responsibility of marshalling the midfield.
Trinity manager Nigel Ojagir said his team will treat Malick with the utmost respect, being the only team with a 100 record to date. He believes his charges will deliver a total team effort, saying his defence will be just as important as the attack if his team is to stop Malick in their third away game for the season.
"Of course we have some players who we expect to stand out, such as wingers Jovann Gomes (left side) and Tyrell Wiley (right side) and captain Romario Mahabir. Last year we finished 11th on the standing, so this year we will be aiming to do much better," Ojagir said.
At St Clair Queen's Royal College will be at home to St Augustine Secondary, known famously as the 'Green Machine.' In the last round of matches Saturday, the Royalians rebounded from a dismal display in their first game that led to a 0-6 loss to East Mucurapo, by beating Pleasantville Secondary 4-2 at home.
St Augustine is yet to record its first win of the season and will be hoping to do so on Wednesday.
At Lewis Street San Fernando, champs Naparima College will be at home to arch-rivals St Benedict's College, and both teams will be desperate to improve on their win-and-draw results in their first two matches. All matches begin at 3:30 pm.
Carapichaima East vs East Mucurapo @Carapichaima
Trinity East vs Malick @Henry Street Arouca
Speyside High vs SanJuan North @ Speyside
QRC vs St Augustine @ QRC
Naparima vs St Benedict's @ Lewis Street
Presentation College vs St Mary's @ Mannie Ramjohn
Pleasantville Sec vs Trinity Moka @Pleasantville
Current SSFL Premier Division Standings
2. East Mucurapo*2*1*0*1*8*2*4
3. St Anthony's*2*1*1*0*8*2*4
5. Trinity East*2*1*1*0*4*3*4
7. St Benedict's*2*1*0*1*5*4*3
8. Carapichaima East*2*1*0*1*2*1*3
11. St Augustine*2*0*0*2*3*3*2
12. San Juan North*1*0*0*1*0*1*0
13. St Mary's*2*0*0*2*2*7*0
14. Trinity Moka*2*0*0*2*1*8*0
15. Speyside High*2*0*0*2*1*12*0
5 - Akeem Mason (St Benedict's)
4 - Mamade Guerra (Malick),
3 - Kai Phillip, Kahim Thomas (St Anthony's), Malachi Celestine (East Mucurapo), Zion Mc Leod (East Mucurapo), Ezekiel Kesar (Naparima)
2 - Jean-Heim Mc Fee (St Anthony's), Nathaniel James (QRC), Jaheim Patrick (East Mucurapo), Jaiye Sheppard (Presentation), Zion Carpette (Malick), Omario Mahabir (Trinity East), Tyrese Spicer (St Augustine)
1- Nathaniel Brown, Ronaldo Mullings (QRC), Adriel George (Speyside), N'Kosi Charles, Acelino Medford, Dantaye Gilbert, Shakeem Cooper, Jardel Sinclair (Presentation), Alemo Sampson, Dillon Yearwood, Sherwin Andrews (Pleasantville), Isaiah Bramble, Sean Shippley (Naparima), Jabari Williams (Malick), Malik Robinson, Rasean Britto (Carapichaima East), Jaheim Ryan, Abdul Hypolite (St Mary's), Temesgn Tezera (Trinity Moka), Jirel Meloney (St Augustine), Isaiah Edwards, Jeremiah Williams (Trinity East).