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13-Feb-2008 Elijah Manners eyes US scholarship.
26-Jan-2008 Manners, Forbes Schools top footballers.
20-Dec-2007 T&T SSFL All-Stars tie 1-1 in Jamaica.
18-Dec-2007 Jamaicans edge All-Stars 2-1 in opener.
16-Dec-2007 Primus leads SSFL All Stars in Jamaica.
09-Dec-2007 Naps' season to remember.
05-Dec-2007 Naps is 2007 Inter-Col champs.
01-Dec-2007 Signal Hill rule Girls InterCol.
29-Nov-2007 Naparima, El Dorado Inter-Col final.
28-Nov-2007 El Do ends Saints Cinderella run 2-1.
24-Nov-2007 Naparima in InterCol semis.
24-Nov-2007 ‘Gustine’ surrenders Girls Inter-Col title.
23-Nov-2007 CIC into InterCol semis.
18-Nov-2007 Green Machine roll past El Dorado.
17-Nov-2007 Naps clinch South InterCol.
16-Nov-2007 Saints put the hurt on Malick.
15-Nov-2007 Carapichaima win Central InterCol. 
14-Nov-2007 Naps, Pres in South InterCol final.
13-Nov-2007 St Augustine, El Do to contest East final.
11-Nov-2007 Fatima out, CIC fairy tale run continues.
08-Nov-2007 'Saints' shock 'Tigers' in InterCol.
07-Nov-2007 Pres slams Preysal, Green Machine win.
03-Nov-2007 Malick edge Diego 3-2.
03-Nov-2007 ‘Pres’ whip ‘Naps’ 2-0 for Memorial Trophy.
02-Nov-2007 Siparia upset P'Town in InterCol opener.
31-Oct-2007 Elijah’s goal manners Naps.
27-Oct-2007 San Juan stop Mason Hall in 'Big Five'.
25-Oct-2007 Naps tame Tigers.
23-Oct-2007 Mason Hall into SSFL 'Big Five' semis.
21-Oct-2007 Tigers, Naps scrape through to 'Big Five'
19-Oct-2007 San Juan clinch East title.
17-Oct-2007 Mason Hall clinch Tobago title.
13-Oct-2007 St Augustine draw level in East.
11-Oct-2007 Fatima win again in North Zone.
09-Oct-2007 Fatima upset Malick, Speyside gun down.
07-Oct-2007 Balthazar saves P/Town, Mason Hall leads.
30-Sept-2007 Naps rout Siparia, Fatima battle to draw.
23-Sept-2007 Malick maintian, P-Town thrash Benedicts.
16-Sept-2007 QRC fail 'Tigers' test.
07-Sept-2007 Tigers win opener, Toco hold St Augustine.
06-Sept-2007 BG TT $.3 million for college football.
08-Aug-2007 CIC striker DuCoudray joins St. Paul's.
28-Jan-2007 St Augustine dominate SSFL Awards.
22-Dec-2006 San Juan, overseas stars.
12-Dec-2006 Jamaica schoolboys keep Friendship Cup.
10-Dec-2006 T&T All Stars & Jamaica All Stars draw.
06-Dec-2006 ‘Green Machine’ wins BGTT Girls’ InterCol.
30-Nov-2006 San Juan upset champs Fatima 3-2.
28-Nov-2006 San Juan go through, Naps sent home.
25-Nov-2006 Dominating Fatima defeat St Augustine.
24-Nov-2006 San Juan shuts out Pres, Naps proceed.
22-Nov-2006 Fatima, St Augustine advances to semis.
21-Nov-2006 SSFL All Stars to play Jamaican All Stars.
20-Nov-2006 'Pres' shock defending champs 'Naps' 2-1.
18-Nov-2006 Fatima, ElDo win InterCol titles.
17-Nov-2006 Sookraj, Beckles goals give 'Caps' title.
16-Nov-2006 San Juan sends El Dorado packing.
12-Nov-2006 Fatima, ‘Compre’ in north final.
11-Nov-2006 Scarborough, Signal Hill, Intercol finalists.
09-Nov-2006 Naps hit seven down South.
08-Nov-2006 QRC upset St Anthony's.
07-Nov-2006 Pres, Marabella, Chaguanas move on.
05-Nov-2006 Fatima, Malick progress in InterCol.
02-Nov-2006 South colleges' booster.
01-Nov-2006 St Augustine stop Mucurapo.
29-Oct-2006 Mucurapo book place in Big Five final.
28-Oct-2006 SSFL rescinds decision to reduce teams.
24-Oct-2006 Mucurapo travel well in SSFL Big-Five.
16-Oct-2006 Naps retain South crown.
11-Oct-2006 SSFL Round-Up.
07-Oct-2006 Pres close gap on Naps, Tigers find form.
06-Oct-2006 ‘Caps’ stay on course for first title.
05-Oct-2006 No relief for QRC, CIC.
03-Oct-2006 Fatima hammer St Mary's 6-1.
01-Oct-2006 The Metamorphic Warrior.
01-Oct-2006 ‘Compre’ beat Fatima, Pres, Naps win too.
29-Sept-2006 Bulls boast 4 players from T&T.
28-Sept-2006 QRC shock Fatima, El Do upsets San Juan.
27-Sept-2006 ‘Caps’ remain unbeaten Pres beaten again.
24-Sept-2006 Mucurapo held, Naps maintain good form.
21-Sept-2006 Mucurapo again, P' Town swamp 'Pres'
20-Sept-2006 Scarborough swamps Roxborough.
17-Sept-2006 ‘Compre’ & San Juan stays on top.
14-Sept-2006 'Pres' snatch south zone lead.
14-Sept-2006 U-17 midfielder ponders College action.
14-Sept-2006 TD enters SSFL/TTFF debate.
13-Sept-2006 Scarborough, Signal Hill win big.
12-Sept-2006 Knox shine, St Augustine clobber Arima.
10-Sept-2006 Flying start for Toco.
09-Sept-2006 East, South big names open with wins.
08-Sept-2006 Mucurapo at the death, Tigers pip QRC.
08-Sept-2006 SSFL keep national stars for now.
05-Sept-2006 BGTT drills $350,000 SSFL.
05-Sept-2006 Six footballers get US scholarships.
04-Sept-2006 Rijsbergen backs Corneal in SSFL rift.
31-Aug-2006 SSFL vow to keep players.
27-Aug-2006 Anton Corneal ponders SSFL boycott.

03-Feb-2006 - Machel James of Fatima College and Ashley Alonzo of Providence Girls High School were named as the Secondary Schools Football League “Male and Female” Most Valuable Players of the 2005 season. ... More.


10-Dec-2005 - The DaCosta Cup All-Stars, a group top players from rural schools, beat Trinidad and Tobago's All-Schools 3-1 in their Friendship Trophy football match at Brancourt, Jamaica on Wednesday. ... More.


07-Dec-2005 - Goals from Andre Fagan, Keammar Daley and Craig Hunter helped the Coporate Area's All-Manning football team to a 3-1 beating of the Trinidad and Tobago SSFL All-Stars at Constant Spring Sport Complex, Jamaica yesterday. ... More.


07-Dec-2005 - Twenty-six years have passed since Fatima College last experienced the joy of winning the coveted national InterCol football crown. ... More.


03-Dec-2005 - None of the players from 2005 national RBTT Intercol champions Fatima College have been selected to represent the Secondary Schools Football League "All Star" team, which will be travelling to Jamaica for a schools football tour from tomorrow. ... More.


30-Nov-2005 - San Juan Jabloteh is boasting of a host of young players currently playing in Secondary Schools League Competition (SSFL). ... More.


27-Nov-2005 - The Fatima College old boys were out in their numbers yesterday afternoon. So too were those of the current generation. Together, they saw a new chapter written in their school's football history. ... More.


24-Nov-2005 - A war of attrition between North and South was fought down at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium yesterday afternoon. It stretched into the evening. And at the extended end, the boys from the North, Fatima College were the ones left standing. ... More.


23-Nov-2005 - Despite losing its zonal league crown, St Augustine Senior Comprehensive made it clear yesterday at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar that it is still king of the East. ... More.


20-Nov-2005 - A goal 13 minutes from time from roving defender Cion Samuel sent Naparima College into next week's RBTT InterCol semis. ... More.


16-Nov-2005 - It has been 24 years since Fatima College last won a North Zone Intercol title. Well, pupils of the school, both past and present, teachers, and family members and friends of the players were overjoyed yesterday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, as the team ended its drought in the competition, beating North league winners Mucurapo 5-4 on penalty kicks, after what was arguably the best match of the Secondary Schools Football League season. ... More.


15-Nov-2005 - Naparima College is the new champions of RBTT Southern InterCol Football. The San Fernando boys left their chanting fans happy as they ran away 2-0 winners over Vessigny at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium. ... More.


12-Nov-2005 - St Augustine Secondary Comprehensive successfully defended their RBTT Intercol East Zone title with a comfortable 2-1 victory over their biggest zonal rivals, San Juan Secondary Comprehensive, yesterday at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar. ... More.


11-Nov-2005 - Scarborough Secondary beat Signal Hill Senior Comprehensive 2-0 in a repeat of 2004’s Secondary Schools’ Football League RBTT Inter Col Tobago Zone final, at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet, Tobago, yesterday. ... More.


08-Nov-2005 - Sheldon Small and Leon Alexander netted doubles for Signal Hill College and Bishop’s Hill School, respectively, but it was Small’s team emerging victors in the Tobago Zone RBTT InterCol semifinals at Shaw Park yesterday. ... More.


06-Nov-2005 - Queen's Royal College became the latest casualty in the 2005 RBTT Intercol competition, as Malick Secondary Comprehensive sealed their place in the North Zone semi-finals with a 2-0 extra-time victory over the Royalians at Fatima's Mucurapo Road ground. ... More.


03-Nov-2005 - Vessigny Government Secondary made light work of their first round RBTT Intercol fixture when they scored an easy 3-0 victory over Mayaro Composite yesterday at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella. ... More.


01-Nov-2005 - Defending North and National Inter Col champions, the “Westmooring’s Tigers” St Anthony’s College and this year’s Secondary Schools’ Football League North Zone League runners-up Fatima College easily advanced to the semifinals of the 2005 North Zone Inter Col yesterday. ... More.


30-Oct-2005 - Naparima College made the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) National League final seem like a fight to the death, with some resolute defending to see their team to their second "Big Five" title with a 1-0 win over favourites San Juan Secondary Comprehensive yesterday at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar. ... More.


28-Oct-2005 - The stars of the 2005 RBTT-sponsored Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) InterCol tournament have the chance to be selected on a Trinidad and Tobago schoolboys All-Star team which will tour Jamaica for a two-match series against a Jamaican All-Star selection. ... More.


27-Oct-2005 - Some guys have all the luck. Last night at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, Naparima College had it all, as they got past Signal Hill Secondary Comprehensive 6-5 in a spot kick shootout in the BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League Big Five semi-final. ... More.


26-Oct-2005 - The chant filled the air at the Hasely Crawford Stadium at the end of the first Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) "Big Five" semi-final and the San Juan Secondary Senior Comprehensive fans had all rights to cheer after their team booked their place in the national league final with a hard-fought 3-1 triumph over North Zone champs Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive. ... More.


23-Oct-2005 - The match did not involve them but Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive's presence was felt during and after yesterday's BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League rescheduled North Zone game between Fatima and QRC. ... More.


21-Oct-2005 - Prolific scorer Atullah Guerra netted three times for defending champions Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive, as the team moved a step closer to retaining the North Zone League crown with a 7-0 thrashing of St Mary’s yesterday. on Fatima ground, Mucurapo. ... More.


19-Oct-2005 - Naparima stopped Mayaro 3-1 in their final encounter in the South Zone of the BG T&T Secondary Schools Fooball League at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium yesterday. The hosts got a double from Dinaka Jamdir, plus a single strike from Javed Mohammed, in registering their eighth victory for the 2005 season. ... More.


16-Oct-2005 - With the finish line in sight, Fatima College stumbled at the most inopportune time, to leave the race for the North Zone title in the BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) wide open like the Queen's Park Savannah. ... More.


14-Oct-2005 - Fatima edged closer yesterday to clinching the North Zone crown on goals from Yohance Williams and Kieran Marin, when it beat hosts QRC 2-1 in a rough and tumble affair on QRC Grounds, St Clair. ... More.


09-Oct-2005 - Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive remained within range of Fatima College at the top of the North Zone of the 2005 BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) after romping to a 5-0 victory over Malick Secondary Senior Comprehensive at Fatima ground yesterday. ... More.


06-Oct-2005 - San Juan registered their eighth successive win while Fatima’s 100-percent record came to a halt in the British Gas Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) yesterday. ... More.


02-Oct-2005 - Second-placed Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive extended their lead over Malick Secondary Senior Comprehensive to four points when they earned a 2-0 victory over St Anthony's College on their BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League visit to Westmoorings. ... More.


29-Sept-2005 - South Zone leaders Vessigny Secondary beat Moruga Composite 4-1 yesterday to go to the top of the South Zone on goal difference in the Championship Division of the BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League. ... More.


28-Sept-2005 - Eighteen years is certainly a long time to wait. However it appears that finally my alma mater, Fatima College is well placed to make a run at a national title or titles this season. ... More.


24-Sept-2005 - St Anthony's College jumped to fourth spot in the North Zone standings of the 2005 BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League when they got past St Mary's College 2-1 at St Mary's Serpentine Road ground yesterday. ... More.


21-Sept-2005 - Nippy winger Kieran Marin scored twice for Fatima College in a convincing 3-0 defeat of four-time InterCol winners St Anthony’s in Westmoorings, yesterday. ... More.


18-Sept-2005 - Two goals from Makesi Lewis ensured that Fatima College kept up its 100 per cent record in the North Zone of the Secondary Schools Football League yesterday. ... More.


15-Sept-2005 - Jonathan Romain scored a career best seven goals to lead San Juan Senior Comprehensive to a resounding 13-0 win over St George’s College in the BG T&T East Zone Secondary Schools Football League Championship Division. ... More.


14-Sept-2005 - President of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Ewing Davis, will head a five-member executive team which flies off to Tobago today for an emergency meeting with officials of the Tobago zone of the SSFL. The zone was scheduled to kick off its season with two matches at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet, yesterday, but no one could say why none of the matches took place. ... More.


13-Sept-2005 - Defending zonal champions Naparima College scored two goals in three minutes to shut out Moruga Composite as action in the South Zone of the Secondary Schools Football League continued at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella yesterday. ...More.


11-Sept-2005 - Fatima College lead the North Zone standings on goal difference after the first round of competition in the 2005 BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League with a 6-0 dismantling of Tranquillity Government Secondary at Fatima ground, Mucurapo Road yesterday. In related news, Secondary Schools’ Football League South Zone league champs Naparima College and Intercol champs Fyzabad Composite struggled on the zone’s opening day. ... More.


09-Sept-2005 - Mucurapo opened their defence of the BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League North Zone title with a comfortable 3-1 victory over St Anthony's College at the Hasely Crawford Stadium yesterday. .. More.


06-Sept-2005 - The 2005 BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League will kick off with a significantly smaller sponsorship figure than what was offered to the League last year for the tournament, and youth football development. ... More.


30-Aug-2005 - Whenever chatting with St Anthony's "Tigers" coach Nigel Grovesnor, the conversation must almost always gravitate to the subject of football. And why not? His is one of the more renowned names in local football-- albeit mostly for secondary schools' football. ... More.

 

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2007 SSFL boys top 5 Players of the year.

Daniel Joseph - St Augustine Senior.
Elijah Manners - San Juan Sec.
Jamal Gay - El Dorado Senior.
Keston Smith - Naparima College.
Sheldon Bateau - Fatima College.

2007 SSFL girls top 5 Players of the year.

Avanelle Isaac - St Augustine Senior.
Anna-Lisa Cummings - St Augustine.
Afiyah Matthias - Malick.
Karyn Forbes - Signal Hill.
Mariah Shade - Debe High.

SSFL boys 2007 MVP of the year.

Elijah Manners - San Juan Senior.

SSFL Girls 2007 MVP of the year.

Karyn Forbes - Signal Hill.

2007 boys SSFL All-Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Glenroy Samuel - San Juan Sec.
Joel Johnson - St Augustine Senior.
Kevin Mussio - St Anthony's College.

Defenders:
Isiah Smith - Naparima.
Laython Friday - Toco Composite.
Staron Timothy - El Dorado.
Sheldon Bateau - Fatima College.
Sherrick Hillaire - Naparima.

Midfielders:
Anthony Parris - Naparima College.
Akeem Adams - Presentation, Sando.
Elijah Manners - San Juan Secondary.
Keston Smith - Naparima College.
Robert Primus - Malick Senio Comp.

Forwards:
Akeem Marshall - Presentation, Sando.
Daniel Joseph - St Augustine Senior.
Jamal Gay - El Dorado Senior.
Jeffon Cornwall - Carapichaima Senior.

Boys 2007 Reserve All Star Team.

Goalkeeper:
Joseph Baird - Malick Secior Comp.

Defenders:
Brandon Neptune - Naparima College.
Jamaal Spencer - San Juan SC.
Randy Primus - Malick Senior Comp.
Rayshad Griffith - QRC.
Uriah Bentick - St Anthony's.

Midfielders:
Jason Joseph - Naparima College.
Kerron Doldron -
QRC.
Kaydian Gabriel - Malick Senior Comp.
Mekeil Williams - St. Anthony's.
Nuru Mohammed - El Dorado Senior.

Strikers:
Jerrel Britto -
QRC.
Jamaal Clarence - Presentation, Sando.
Neil Mitchell - San Juan Secondary.
Nigel Wright - Naparima College.
Stephen Knox - Fatima College.

2007 SSFL Girls All Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Breanna Rajkumar - St Joseph's Convent, POS.
Shantelle Roberts - Malick SC.

Defenders:
Anna-Lisa Cummings - St Augustine Senior.
Diamond Henderson - Malick SC.
Jameliah Layne - Malick SC. 
Karyn Forbes - Signal Hill.
Stephanie Beam - Debe High.
Tiana Bateau - St Joseph's Convent, POS.

Midfielders:
Avanelle Isaac - St Augustine Senior.
Afiyah Matthias - Malick SC.
Lyndsey Murray - Providence Girls.
Sherrelle Young - Debe High.
Stephanie Woo Ling - Providence Girls.
Yosha Jacob - Toco Composite.

Strikers:
Cassey McKenzie - Malick SC.
Jamila Murphy - Corpus Christi College.
Mariah Shade - Debe High.
Shantel Superville - Blanchisseuse.

SSFL boys 2006 MVP of the year.

Elton John - St Augustine Senior.

2006 boys SSFL All-Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Adrian Foncette - Fatima College.
Akini Adams - Presentation - Sando.

Defenders:
Sheldon Bateau - Fatima College.
Sherrick Hillaire - Naparima College.
Glynn Franklin - St Augustine SC.
Stephan Chang - St Augustine SC.
Joel Russell - San Juan SC.
Gyasi Joyce - St Augustine SC.

Midfielders:
Elijah Manners - San Juan SC.
Khaleem Hyland - Mucurapo SC.
Elton John - St Augustine SC.
Ryan O'Neal - St Augustine SC.
Kareem Beckles - Carapichaima.

Forwards:
Ricardo Peltier - Mucurapo SC.
Kevon Piper - Mucurapo SC.
Jevon Morris - Fatima College.
Daniel Joseph - St Augustine SC.

SSFL girls 2006 MVP of the year.

Avanell Isaac - St Augustine Senior.

2006 girls SSFL All-Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Nicole Walker (Arima SC).
Latisha McAllister (St Augustine SC).

Defenders:
Stevie-Ann Patrick (Corpus Christi).
Karyn Forbes (Signal Hill SC).
Annalis Cummings (St Augustine SC).
Stephanie Beam (Debe High).
Chinaka Springer (Providence High).

Midfielders:
Talisha Vire (Providence Girls' High).
Lyndsey Murray (Providence High).
Avanell Isaac (St Augustine SC).
Nika Fiddler (Pleasantville SC).
Renatia Ashby (Carapichaima SC).

Forwards:
Ashley Quashie (Corpus Christi).
Bianca Walker (St Joseph's Convent).
Denisha O'Brien (St Augustine SC).
Onella Lewis (Point Fortin/Holy Name).
Shadelle Stubbs (St George's College).

2005 SSFL boys top 5 Players of the year.

Machel James (Fatima).
Elton John (St Augustine SC).
Emmanuel Joseph (Fatima).
Makesi Lewis (Fatima).
Akiel De Freitas (St Anthony’s).

2005 boys SSFL All-Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Adrian Foncette (Fatima).
Leston Shade (Naparima).

Defenders:
Machel James (Fatima).
Kevin De Verteuil (Naparima).
Corneal Thomas (Mucurapo).
Sean Bateau (Fatima).
Dwayne James (St Anthony’s).

Midfielders:
Keston Henry (El Dorado SC).
Elton John (St Augustine SC).
Javed Mohammed (Naparima).
Richard Roy (Mucurapo SC).
Emmanuel Joseph (Fatima).

Forwards:
Elijah Manners (San Juan SC).
Makesi Lewis (Fatima).
Adisa Connell (Naparima).
Shastri Spencer (St Augustine SC).
Akiel De Freitas (St Anthony’s).

2005 SSFL girls top 5 Players of the year.

Tricia Lawrence (St George’s).
Ayanna Russell (El Dorado Sen).
Ashley Alonzo (Providence).
Lindsay Murray (Providence).
Dernelle Mascall (Moruga Composite).

2005 girls SSFL All-Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Isis Elcock (Union/Claxton Bay).
Tricia Lawrence (St George’s).

Defenders:
Ayana Lum York (Providence Girls).
Ayanna Russell (El Dorado Sen).
Patrice Superville (Pleasantville SC).
Merlin Blackford (St Augustine Sen).
Tyanna Jan (St Joseph Convent PoS).

Midfielders:
Ashley Alonzo (Providence).
Talisa Vire (Providence).
Lindsay Murray (Providence).
Dernelle Mascall (Moruga Composite).
Tamar Watson (Pleasantville SC).

Forwards:
Bianca Walker (Convent (PoS).
Vhenice Frederick (St Augustine).
Shen O’kefe (Pt Fortin SC).
Ashley Alonzo (Providence).

SSFL 2005 coaches of the year.

Richard Hood - (Providence).
Trevor Spice - (El Dorado SC).
Kirtwin Baird - (Naparima).
Keith Kirton - (Couva Junior Sec).

2004 SSFL top 5 Players of the year.

Yohance Marshall (St Anthony's).
Kevon Neaves (St Anthony's).
Ataullah Guerra (Mucurapo).
Hayden Tinto (Malick).
Shane Calderon (St Augustine).

2004 SSFL Boys All-Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Nigel Parris (St Augustine).
Bevon Francois (Hillview).

Defenders:
Dezi Lara (Naparima).
Jesse Martinez (St Augustine).
Kareem Freitas (St Anthony's).
Irvin Rullow (Mucurapo).

Midfielders:
Kevon Neaves (St Anthony's).
Ataullah Guerra (Mucurapo).
Javed Mohammed (Naparima).
Mathew Ramirez (St Augustine).
Terryl Elwin (San Juan).

Forwards:
Shane Calderon (St Augustine).
Hayden Tinto (Malick).
Akil De Freitas (St Anthony's).
Shastri Spencer (St Augustine).
Richard Roy (Mucurapo).

2004 SSFL Girls All-Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Nadia Nunes (Providence).
Tricia Lawrence (St George's).

Defenders:
Anastacia Prescott (Malick).
Candace Brewster (St George's).
Krystal Rose (Providence).
Ayanna Russell (El Dorado).
Sabrina Frederick (Malick).

Midfielders:
Afiya Castle (Malick).
Niasha Reyes (Malick).
Dernell Mascall (Moruga).
Aveann Douglas (St George's).
Kermica Alexander (Arima).

Forwards:
Danielle Douglas (Malick).
Bianca Walker (St Joseph Convent).
Arielle Ramchand-Du Quesnay (St Augustine).
Cecile Hinds (Pleasantville).
Ashley Alonzo (Providence).

Special Recognition:

Goalkeepers:
Kristal Second (Malick).
Shanice Headley (Corpus Christi).

Midfielder:
Sandi Agard (St George's).

Forwards:
Shelly Griffith (Holy Name Pt Fortin).
Nneka Garcia (St George's).

2004 Coaches:

Boys Team:

Glenford Thomas (Central Zone).
Michael Grayson (East Zone).
Howard Spencer (South Zone).
Selris Figaro (North Zone).

Girls Team:

Stephen Smart (North Zone).
George Valentine (East Zone).
Curtis Sylvester (South Zone).

SSFL 2003 All-Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Thorne Holder (QRC).
Declan Squires (Fatima).

Defenders:
Real Didier (Arima SC).
Christopher James (Arima SC).
Keegan Mills (Scarborough).
Ancil Farrier (Naparima).
Yohance Marshall (St Anthony’s).

Midfielders:
Kevon Neaves (St Anthony’s).
Julius James (St Anthony’s).
Jammiel Smith (Arima SC).
Kezi Lara (Naparima).
Keon Daniel (Signal Hill).

Forwards:
Lyndon Luke (P/Town).
Gorian Highley (Arima SC).
Atiba Forde (Naparima).
Andy Haghley (Mayaro).
Shane Calderon (St Augustine).

2003 SSFL All-Star Second Team.

Goalkeepers:
Kegan Davidson (St Anthony's).
Devon Thomas (St Augustine).

Defenders:
Patrick Winchester (Scarborough).
Kareem Freitas (St Anthony's).
Jesse Martinez (Arima).
Lyndel Pompey (Naparima).
Carlon Roberts (Mayaro).

Midfielders:
Jason Devenish (QRC).
Brenton DeLeon (Naparima).
Clevon George (St Anthony's).
Devon King (Arima).
Josimar Belgrave (Fatima).

Forwards:
Dorean Daniel (Arima).
Kern Robinson (Naparima).
Simba Aberdeen (QRC).
Abiola Sandy (St Anthony's).
Devon Draton (St Benedict's).

2003 Girls All Star Team.

Goalkeepers:
Kelly-Ann Forderingham (D/Martin).
Gail-Ann Thomas (Toco).

Defenders:
Nadia James (Malick SC).
Ayanna Russell (El Dorado).
Katrina Meyer (Holy Name Convent POS).
Kimi Forrester (Moruga).
Chantel Regis (D/Martin).

Midfielders:
Dernelle Mascall (Moruga).
Niasha Reyes (Malick SC).
Anastassia Prescott (Malick).
Afiya Castle (Malick SC).
Kenya Cordner (Signal Hill).

Forwards:
Tenekar Alexander (Malick).
Avianne Douglas (St George’s).
Maylee Attin-Johnson (D/Martin).
Julie Lorraine (Moruga).
Ashya Gibbons (Malick SC).

Top five players of 2003.

Boys:

Thorne Holder (QRC).
Julius James (St Anthony's).
Kevon Neaves (St Anthony's).
Keon Daniel (Signal Hill).
Gorian Highley (Arima).

Girls:

Anastasia Prescott (Malick).
Nadia James (Malick).
Maylee Attin-Johnson (D/Martin).
Aveanne Douglas (St George's).
Gail Ann Thomas (Toco).


T&T schoolboys unbeaten in B’dos.

By: Nigel Simon - T&T Guardian Reports.
16-Dec-2004 - Fatima College defender Machel James led a 17-member T&T schoolboys team to an impressive three wins in the Barbados College Soccer Showcase last weekend at the National Stadium in Waterford.
In their opening match the T&T team, comprising players from Fatima College, Queen’s Royal College, St Mary’s College and El Dorado Senior Comprehensive School and coached by Garnet Pierre, blanked US team Virginia Casl 2-0 with goals from St Mary’s College player Jack Weedon, and Dwight Crichlow of El Dorado Senior Secondary.
Next up for the T&T schoolboys was a Barbadian combined senior team, who they whipped 5-1, led by a double from Aldo Hope (St Mary’s College) and one each from Weedon, Kedan Crosby (former Fatima) and James.
Hope and Kern Gardiner (ex-Fatima player) then netted in a narrow 2-1 victory over a Jamaica XI to complete an unbeaten tournament for the T&T players who drew high praises from the US coaches at the showcase, hosted by the Barbados Football Association (BFA), in conjunction with the Harvard Sports Management Group Inc (USA) and Sporting Zones (BRB).
At the end of the three-day event, team co-ordinator Kenny Rosemin noted that all 17 T&T players were offered full athletic scholarships by the visiting US schools, but they all need to complete the SAT 1 exam.

St Anthony fall 2-1 to Jamaican All-Stars.

By: Nigel Simon.
06-Dec-2004 - Steven Morrissey scored a second-half brace as the Jamaican Secondary Schools All-Stars-comprising players mainly from the Excelsior High School (champion team) and Glenmuir High School-edged St Anthony’s College 2-1 at Westmoorings, yesterday.
On a lush green surface, hosts “Westmoorings Tigers”, three-time reigning national RBTT Inter-Col champion, took the deserved lead in the 18th-minute through midfielder Troy Thompson which they carried into the interval.
But on the resumption, the Jamaicans, who beat national Secondary Schools Football League champion St Augustine Senior Comprehensive, 2-1 on Friday, took the match to St Anthony’s and tied the score through Morrissey in the 68th minute.
Ten minutes later, Morrissey again netted. The visitors then withstood a late push by St Anthony’s to hold on for the win.
Morrissey was also on target in the win over St Augustine, with Garnel Learmond netting a last-minute winner on Friday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. Aaron Peters scored for St Augustine.
Following the completion of the match, all three teams, St Augustine, St Anthony’s College and the visiting Jamaica team were feted by the SSFL at St Anthony’s.
The SSFL 2004 end-of-season prize-giving function is scheduled for January 25 at the Rudranath Capildeo Learning Resource Centre in Couva from 5 pm.

Jamaican schoolboys derail Green Machine.

By: Kern De Freitas - T&T Express Reports.
04-Dec-2004 - Despite dominating the match and the chances on goal, national Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) "Big Five" champions St Augustine Senior Secondary fell to only their second loss for 2004 when they went down 2-1 to a combined Jamaican champion school XI yesterday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The visitors-in Trinidad for a two-match tour on which they will face both the SSFL National League and Intercol champs-pulled off a goal in the final minute of regulation time to start their visit on a high note.
The Glenmuir High/Excelsior High School team started the match more watchfully, trying to stave off the early chances by the "Green Machine", who began in a very attacking mood.
The Jamaicans seemed to be playing for the swift counter-attack, and that plan bore fruit.
In the 17th minute, an unmarked Steven Morrissey collected a pass on the left and rounded St Augustine 'keeper Nigel Parris to slot home after the linesman's flag stayed down for two advancing forwards, catching the East Zone champs' defence off-guard.
St Augustine had a swift reply, though, equalising two minutes later, in the 19th, through Aaron Peters.
He received the ball just outside the 18-metre box and made room for himself between two defenders, before placing low to the right of Andrew Land in the Jamaican goal.
National Under-17 player Shastri Spencer did not have a very good game, but still managed to trouble Land with a shot just overbar in the 24th, while John Stewart had Land diving at full stretch to his right in the 37th, but only hit the side netting, the teams going in at the interval at 1-1.
In the second half, St Augustine went on the hunt for the winner, but their attack seemed to lose focus, having trouble finding the mark. The Jamaicans, too, stepped up their game, and nearly found a goal in the 56th, Anthony Christie shooting wide with just Parris to beat, then chipped overbar in a similar situation in the 70th.
In the 87th, the visitors thought they had had the winner, Garnell Learmond side-stepping the advancing Parris and passing to Norado Brown, who knocked home, but the linesman's flag was up. But they would have their win through Learmond, who found himself free on the right and slotted under Parris to give them the 2-1 victory.
The Jamaicans will face RBTT Intercol champs, the St Anthony's "Tigers", at home at their Westmoorings ground tomorrow afternoon, before returning home on Tuesday.


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