Tinesha Cobham was again on target for Vessigny when the school defeated Holy Faith Convent Penal 2-1 at Mahaica Ground in the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Girls Championship South Zone on Thursday.
Secondary Schools - Girls
Eleven BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Girls Champions Division matches will kick off as round two begins in three of the four zones across the island.
National Champion team Debe Secondary will kick off their South Zone BGTT/First Citizens Secondary School Football League Girls Championship defence against Holy Faith Convent at the David Williams Grounds, Penal from 3.45 pm.
South Zone defending champions and current leaders Debe High dropped their first points of the season when the school was held to a 0-0 draw by Point Fortin West Secondary on Sunday in the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League.
With defending champions Debe having their opening match against Fyzabad cancelled, Point Fortin East were the only victors of the South Zone BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Girls Championship on Sunday.
Shinelle Arjoon netted a double when defending champion Debe Secondary continued their winning ways with a crushing 4-1 victory over Vessigny in the South Zone of the BGTT/First Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Football League, yesterday.
The Under-15 team of St George’s College had an outstanding season in the Secondary Schoolgirls Football League. After copping the East Zone title, the “Georgian Family”, as they are popularly known, maintained their composure by going on to capture the national crown. In the East Zone final, St George’s whipped Bishop’s East 2-1; while in the National Zonal final it turned back the challenge of Point Fortin East Secondary, winning 3-1.
Debe High School started their triple crown title defence in fine style after they eased past Holy Faith Convent, Penal 2-0 in their opening fixture of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) at the David Williams Recreation Ground, Penal on Thursday.
Debe High School has in recent years earned a reputation as a breeding ground for top female footballers in Trinidad and Tobago and look set to maintain their dominance in the Secondary Schools Football League for many seasons to come.