San Fernando Boys will try to turn back the challenges of the Tobago teams when they meet Whim Anglican at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in the Atlantic Primary School Football League from 10 am today.
Primary Schools Football League
Ten-time national primary school football champions Bon Accord Government is into the semifinals of the 2012 Atlantic Primary Schools football tournament, after trouncing VOS Government 5-1 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, yesterday.
Tobago’s youth football was put in a great light yesterday as both their boys and girls teams were on song in whipping their opponents as matches in the Big-16 of the Atlantic Primary Schools football league kicked off at the Dwight Yorke Stadium.
Vos Government Primary and Carenage Government Primary both secured quarterfinal berths in the Atlantic National Primary Schools Football League boys' competition, following tense wins in the round of 16, yesterday.
The Atlantic Primary Schools Big-16 football will kick off on Thursday in Tobago with a double header. This was revealed at the official draw yesterday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.
Icacos Government and Lower Cumuto Government booked their spots in the quarterfinal round of the Atlantic National Primary Schools football competition when they won their respective games yesterday. Cumuto whipped Enterprise 3-0 while Icacos sneaked past former champion Vos Government 2-1.
A HAT-TRICK of goals from Giovanni Gordon propelled Eastern Boys Government to an emphatic 4-1 win over last year’s winners and six-time champions, Carenage Government Primary in the finals of the Port of Spain and environs, Atlantic-sponsored Primary Schools Football League yesterday.
Atlantic National Primary School kicked off their Round of 16 last Thursday at Dwight Yorke Stadium in Tobago, with former 10 times champions Bon Accord destroying Manzanilla Govt School by a 9-0 margin.
Six-time champions Carenage Government School marched into the final of the Atlantic sponsored Primary School Football League, with a hard-fought 2–1 win over St Agnes Anglican School at the Queen’s Park Savannah, yesterday.