CARAPICHAIMA East Secondary attacking midfielder Josiah King has won the inaugural First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Player of the Month award. King started the season in ripping form and won the judges approval to take the prize for September. The First Citizens Group has been a proud sponsor of the SSFL for eight consecutive years.
Secondary Schools - Boys
Jordan “J-man” Riley, who plays on the right wing for defending Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division champions, Presentation College (San Fernando), believes consistency and persistence will be key to his school defending their title this season.
Presentation College of San Fernando stayed on course to retain its Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Premier Division title with a hard fought 2-1 win over hosts St Augustine Secondary at Warren Street, St Augustine, on Saturday.
SAN JUAN and Naparima remain unbeaten after yesterday’s slate of matches in Round 10 of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division.
Chaguanas North Secondary and Pleasantville Secondary are the only two schools assured of a place in the Champion of Champions Play-Off of the Championship Division of the Secondary Schools Football League to date.
Malick Secondary's return to the top flight Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premiership Division is 50 per cent complete.
Arima North Secondary has paid the ultimate price for its use of trio Josiah Joseph, and brothers Leonardo and Leandro Da Costa in the Championship Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL).
With leaders and defending champions, Presentation College of San Fernando on a bye today, San Juan North Secondary has a chance to play for a share of the lead or even go top via goal-difference when Round Ten matches in the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League Premier Division takes place from 3.40 pm today.
The Secondary Schools League wishes to advise that a decision has been reached by the Disciplinary Committee in the matter involving three Arima North Secondary players.