National Under-20 captain, Mariah Shade was obviously not tired after leading T&T to a 5-0 victory over St Lucia on Wednesday night as she returned to her school team, Debe High, yesterday, to score five of its 15 goals against Moruga, in the Girls Secondary Schools Football League.
Secondary Schools - Girls
Roxborough Secondary will almost certainly take the Secondary Schools Football League Girls Championship Tobago Zone, after slapping four goals past Scarborough Secondary in a 4-0 win last weekend.
Maple Leaf International maintained its unbeaten run in the Girls Secondary Schools’ Football League yesterday, as St Joseph’s Convent succumbed to a disappointing defeat. St Joseph’s defence was penetrated by Carly Coutt, Dominique Campbell and Brianna Winford who were on target. The 3-0 victory puts Maple Leaf in second place, two points behind defending North Zone champ, Providence Girls’, with the deciding battle between the two to be played on Sunday, when they meet at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain. Providence, meanwhile, made light work of Blanchisseuse, putting a 5-1 thumping on them, as Akesha De La Rosa netted a hat-trick to keep her team at the top.
Roxborough Secondary beat Signal Hill Secondary 3-0 yesterday, to eliminate any chance the defending champion may have had of retaining its title in the Tobago Zone of the Girls Secondary Schools Football League.
Debe High School proved their form in the 2009 Secondary Schools Football League Girls Championship is just as impressive as their dominant season last year, hammering Moruga Secondary 16-0 on Thursday at Debe.
The second round of the Secondary Schoolgirl’s Football League kicks off today, but respective zonal winners seem to be more or less decided with only the first round of action completed. In the North Zone, Maple Leaf International and St Joseph’s Convent gave away opportunities to dethrone defending champion, Providence, when both suffered defeats at the feet of the Belmont Girls.
Providence Girls High School continued their winning ways in the Secondary Schools Football League Girls Championship, slamming Corpus Christi 11-0 at the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain on Sunday.
Roxborough Secondary continued its unbeaten run in the Girls’ Secondary School Football League yesterday, with a 13–0 demolishing of Mason Hall Secondary.
Debe High showed its strength when beating Fyzabad Anglican 3-0 in the opening match of the Secondary Schools Girls Football League which kicked off yesterday, at Guaracara Park, Pointe-a-Pierre.