Secondary Schools - Boys
DURING the last week or so, the National Intercol competition has come very close to a state of virtual chaos, following the appeals lodged by some teams eliminated during the first two rounds of the competition.
St Anthony's College midfielder Kenwyne Jones and Malick Senior Comprehensive striker Alania Burgin were named the male and female Player of the Year, respectively, at yesterday's presentation of awards for the 2002 season of the British Gas Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) at Barataria Secondary Comprehensive.
St AUGUSTINE Senior Comprehensive got over Presentation College 4-1 in their postponed East/ Central zone match at Warren Street yesterday.
“Move over Naparima, let the mighty Tigers pass!"
Having just collected the RBTT national Intercol trophy, the players of St Anthony’s College chanted those words for the media cameras. Their red-shirted fans had been repeating that refrain over and over during yesterday’s final against Naparima College at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. It was no mere robber talk.
THE never say die attitude associated with teams in the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League will come into play over the next 18 days the duration of the second round of the league competition.
St Anthony’s scored an unimpressive 4-1 win over Fatima yesterday to remain the only unbeaten team after five rounds of matches in the North Zone of the British Gas Secondary Schools Football League.
NORTH Zone leader Malick was left sweating after yesterday's opening second round matches in the North Zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League. The Morvant-based outfit had its lead atop the table cut in half after it was held to a 2-2 draw by Mucurapo at Queen's Park Oval, Port-of-Spain.