Speyside High School and Trinity College East advanced to the semi final of the Coca Cola InterCol yesterday after recording victories over Pentecostal Light and Life and Five Rivers Secondary.
Secondary Schools - Boys
SECONDARY Schools Football League Premier Division champions Shiva Boys, stormed into the semifinals of the South Zone in the Coca-Cola Boys Intercol competition with a 3-0 win over fellow southern team St Benedict’s at Mahaica Oval in Point Fortin, yesterday.
Princes Town Secondary, favourites to claim the top position in the Championship Division play-off of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League, face their darkest hour today as they are to receive the outcome of a disciplinary hearing that stemmed from Tuesday’s postponed match with Carapichaima East.
CARAPICHAIMA EAST, Trinity College East and Speyside all earned promotion to the Premiership Division of the 2017 edition of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL).
SHIVA Boys Hindu College footballer Judah Garcia said Manchester City midfielder Raheem Sterling was impressed with the talent in the Caribbean following the Digicel Kickstart Programme which took place in Manchester, England, recently.
Presentation College Chaguanas beat Couva East yesterday to advance to the Central Zone semi-finals as action continued in the Coca Cola Intercol Zonal Quarterfinals at Carapichaima School Ground. Presentation College saw off a spirited Couva East 2-1 to book their place in the next round. Also, Chaguanas North shut out Miracle Ministries 2-0 at Couva East School Ground.
Moruga Secondary, Pleasantville Secondary, Tranquillity Secondary and Diego Martin North Secondary all progressed to the zonal quarter-finals when the 2016 Coca-Cola InterCol competition kicked off yesterday.
Fatima College capped off long-time rivals Queen’s Royal College woeful 2016 Secondary Schools Football League campaign with a 5-4 penalty-kicks win after a 1-1 deadlock in their Coca-Col North Zone preliminary round clash at St Mary’s College Ground, Serpentine Road, St Clair, yesterday.
PRESIDENT of Trinidad and Tobago Anthony Carmona told the young footballers at Shiva Boys Hindu College the importance of hard work and determination when the team became the first Secondary School football team to get invited to the Office of the President in St Ann’s, yesterday.