SADIQ DENOON turned early Arima Boys RC joy into tears, when he struck in the final minute to give Bon Accord Government a 3-2 victory in their Atlantic- sponsored Primary Schools Football League semi-final at Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya, Tunapuna, yesterday, The Tobago lads will meet Enterprise Government in the Under- 15 boys final at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.
Primary Schools Football League
Orlando James slotted in a hat-trick to help Whim Anglican secure a place in the Boys’ Under-12 final of the Atlantic Primary School, upsetting last year’s runner-up San Fernando Boys RC 4-1 in their semifinal match, yesterday at the Coaching School Ground in Bon Accord, Tobago.
CARENAGE Boys Government clung on to their Under-15 Port of Spain and Environs Education District Atlantic Football League title, but only just.
Tobago Under-12 champion, Whim Anglican, will take on last year’s runner-up San Fernando Boys RC in the semi-finals of the Atlantic Primary School Football League which kicks off today at two venues in T&T. This will be at the Coaching School ground in Bon Accord, Tobago.
IT took 24 penalties to stop St Agnes Anglican School of St James, from writing themselves into the annals of primary schools football history yesterday, when the Port of Spain & Environs Education District Atlantic Football League finals were contested at Fatima College Ground in Mucurapo.
CHAMPIONS Bon Accord Girls’ Government blasted their way into this year’s semi-finals of the Atlantic- sponsored National Primary Schools Football League with a 12-0 victory over Chaguanas RC.On a day when 37 goals were scored, the Tobago girls, playing at home, never allowed Chaguanas RC into the game with Delicia Nicholson firing in four goals, Jennifer Maxime four, Diamond Arthur two and Treselle Thomas the other. The Bon Accord boys also advanced, but had to work hard for a 3-1 triumph over Carenage Government.
fter a weekend of training with two coaches from Manchester United Academy, which also included motivational lectures by two local Olympic athletes, the top 50 primary school footballers of Trinidad and Tobago have learned the “Manchester United way” – becoming more skilled in problem-solving in both football and their everyday lives.
Last year’s Atlantic Under 12 Boys Champions San Fernando Boys RC, started their title defence in impressive fashion when they whipped Sangre Grande Government School 3-0 at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella yesterday, when action in the National Primary School Atlantic Football League quarterfinals kicked off.
Tobago champions Bon Accord Government walked away with two national titles at the end of the Ministry of Education Atlantic Primary School Football League at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port-of-Spain, yesterday.