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.

Mason Hall led 2-0 at half time and confirmed their place in the semis with two more strikes in the second half. The national title looks to be staying in Tobago based on this display.

Port of Spain champions, Carenage Girls Government, fell to Caroni giants and former national champs Longdenville Government. Longdenville went into the lead in the 10th minute when the Carenage custodian misjudged a shot from Abeola Abraham and watched it roll into the net. Aaliyah Adams made it 2-0 three minutes later.

The Carenage team squandered away at least five more chances before the half ended.

In the second period it was all Carenage as they bombarded the Longdenville goal but continued to miss the target. However, Natisha Jules finally got her name on the scoresheet in the 30th minute before Abraham converted to give her team a two-goal cushion.

Carenage fought on bravely but missed another five chances to walk off the field 1-3 losers.

Meanwhile, Moruga RC atoned for their boys’ defeat by Sacred Heart Boys with a 4-0 drubbing of Penal RC, while Vos Government kept up the great form of the Victoria schools with a polished display in dismissing Manzanilla Government 3-0.