St AUGUSTINE Senior Comprehensive got over Presentation College 4-1 in their postponed East/ Central zone match at Warren Street yesterday.
Secondary Schools - Boys
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.
NORTH Zone champions St Anthony's College are floundering in this year's BWIA Secondary Schools Football League. The West Moorings-based unit have found themselves one place from the bottom of the table after the first round of competition. They have amassed just six points from seven games to date and ended the first round with a string of three straight losses.
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.
THE "Saints" have been at times brilliant and sometimes disappointing. Against both St Anthony's and QRC, they had more then 70 per cent possession of the ball, more opportunities to score in the first half, went in at half time leading 3-0, only to see the opposition comeback in the second half to nearly steal the points.
Will Blue Thunder destroy all in their path in the East/Central Zone again this season? That is the question the El Dorado fans were asking on the weekend after their side found itself in the middle of the pack after the first round of action. El Do were three points off the pace of leaders Arima Secondary (17 pts) - who finished third last season - after last Saturday's final round of matches in the first round.
MALICK Secondary and Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive are tough football schools. Especially when they come face to face.
DEFENDING champions Naparima College are heading into a real dogfight with arch-rivals St Benedict's College to regain their South Zone title. After a brilliant start to the season, in which they rattled off three straight wins and seemed invincible, Naps suddenly became erratic losing two of their remaining four matches in the first round.
CARAPICHAIMA Senior Comprehensive continued their climb up the ladder of the East/Central Zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football league, with a 2-1 win over Presentation College, Chaguanas on Saturday.