The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association commenced its distribution process of the indestructible footballs to local schools at the Finals of the Atlantic LNG Primary Schools Finals at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Wednesday.
Primary Schools Football League
THREE NEW champions were crowned yesterday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium when the curtain came down on the Atlantic Primary School Football League.
Tobago under-15 champions Whim Anglican marched on to the semifinal round of the Atlantic National Primary School Football League when they defeated La Brea RC 2-0 at Guaracara Park, in Marabella on Thursday.
The Hasely Crawford Stadium will be the venue for the finals of the 2013 Atlantic National Primary Schools Football League. Three finals are carded to be played, with the first championship title up for grabs, being the inaugural Boys Under 11 category.
Tobago champions Mason Hall showed their quality when they easily defeated St George East Under-15 winners St Mary’s Home 4-0 in the quarter-final round of the Atlantic Primary School Under 15 competition on Tuesday.
Eastern Boys Government School, yesterday continued its triumphant march toward the national final of the 2013 Atlantic National Primary Schools Football League, when the team thrashed Valencia Government RC, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.
San Fernando Boys Roman Catholic edged Bon Accord Government 2-1 on kicks from the penalty mark in their boys under 11 quarter-final clash of the Atlantic LNG National Primary Schools Football League at Jubilee Park, Sangster Hill,Tobago yesterday.
Kelisha Grant scored three goals to guide Mason Hall to the Girls Under-15 final of the Atlantic National Primary School Championship yesterday after a 4-0 victory over Vos Government in the semifinals at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.
For the first time in the history of the Atlantic Primary School Football League, Under-11 national champions will be crowned.