It’s a two-team race to the finish in the Secondary Schools Football League’s Premier Division this year which will be decided next Saturday (November 4) instead of this weekend, as was originally scheduled.
Secondary Schools - Boys
The investigation into the falsifying of documents for two students to qualify for a place in the sixth form – and on the Fyzabad Secondary School football team – took a dramatic twist yesterday, as members of the fraud squad have now become involved.
More football confusion and bacchanal; no not quite the TTFA, their bacchanal will come later with the home of football and non-compliant clubs, but this time it’s the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL).
Out of a genuine desire to protect his player and student Kierron Mason, Shiva Boys Hindu College principal Dexter Sakal said yesterday his school will not pursue legal action or launch an appeal against the decision of the Disciplinary Committee of the Secondary Schools Football League on Thursday to award St Anthony’s College three points and as many goals for the use of the midfielder in a match against the Tigers on October 7.
Naparima College remained ahead in the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Queen's Royal College (QRC) at St Clair yesterday.
Yesterday, the second round of matches in the Secondary School’s Football League (SSFL) Championship Division Boys Big Five kicked off.
Shiva Boys Hindu College will know whether its midfielder Kierron Mason and team, will be given an opportunity at winning the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) by lunchtime today, Laurence Seepersad, Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee said yesterday.
The Disciplinary Committee of the Secondary School Football League (SSFL) ruled on Tuesday that Shiva Boys Hindu College has lost a protest brought by St Anthony’s College with regards to the legality of midfield player Kierron Mason.
Brian Williams, the former Fyzabad Secondary School football coach has called on stakeholders, including Secondary School Football League (SSFL) executives, teachers, players, principals and other key stakeholders to address the issues with players’ ineligibility to compete in the competition in the coming years.