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One school will have the chance to go clear in the six-team standings when the current top two teams in the East Zone, St Augustine Secondary and Arima North Secondary battle in the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Girls Championship, at St Augustine Ground, today.

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League champions Debe Secondary (South) and St Francois Girls College (North) remained undefeated, and on top of the standings in the BGTT/ First Citizens Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL) Girls Championship, after Sunday’s matches.

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Despite loss of five top players...

Zonal league champion and Trinidad InterCol finalist St Francois Girls’ College will be back out in full force in search of a clean sweep of titles, as it opens its account in the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL) Girls Championship North Zone against Malick Secondary, today.

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DEFENDING South Zone League champions, Debe High School is eager to get back on the competitive circuit as they count down the final days for the official start of the 2012/ 2013 BGTT/ First Citizens Girls Secondary Schools Football League, which kicks off on September 13.

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Holy Name’s Denise Tucker, centre, is tackled by Providence duo Kennisha Cedeno, left, and Jordan Van Reeken, in the BGTT Secondary Schools’ Football League Girls’ Championship, on Sunday. Providence won the match 1-0. Photo: Anthony Harris.After being made to wait an extra match-day to get off the mark, reigning South Zone champions Debe Secondary did so in style with a 4-1 come-from-beind win over Fyzabad Secondary, as both teams opened their campaigns in the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL) Girls’ Championship on Sunday.

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A 14-member Debe High School girls football team will leave Trinidad today to embark on a colourful 15-day trip to the US, in a move to develop athletic and educational prowess.

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KHADIJAH DE FREITAS scored a double as St George’s College defeated St Joseph Convent Port-of-Spain 2-0 on November 25 to retain the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Under-15 Girls Championship crown.

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