Scarborough RC School won its semi-final match in the Atlantic National Primary School Football League at the Plymouth Recreation in Tobago after a 2-0 win over Victoria champion Mon Repos RC on Monday.
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In the final match of the Under-12 Boy's Division of the Atlantic National Primary School Football League Finals, Port-of-Spain and Environs champion Newtown Boys RC travelled to Tobago and beat the Tobago champion Bon Accord 1-0 at Plymouth Recreation Ground in a thriller on Thursday.
The players of La Pastora Government Primary School of Santa Cruz wrote their names into the annals of School's Football history when they successfully moved up from being champions of the Atlantic National Primary School Under-12 Boys League in 2017, to become the Under-15 Boys National Champions last Wednesday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.
Carenage Boys’ Government School have all right to celebrate after they walked away winners of the Port-of-Spain and Environs Education District Primary School Under-15 Boys’ Championship on Friday.
PRIMARY SCHOOL footballers battled to be crowned the best in the country yesterday at the Atlantic National Primary School finals held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.
“The coaches came out and were willing to work and they did their best with what they got from the [TTFA],” said an official from the TTFA’s Nationwide Primary Schools Project, who spoke under condition of anonymity. “One of the things the [TTFA] does constantly is they take advantage of the coaches who want to give their all to the children…”
Scarborough Roman Catholic School from Tobago is the only champion from 2017 which is defending its title in 2018. The Tobago lasses marched into the Atlantic Primary School Football League Under-15 Girls Final after producing a comprehensive 4-1 victory over Carenage Girls Government at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo on Thursday.
ATLANTIC has vowed to continue using sport to boost youth development and national sustainability, as it celebrated its partnership with the Real Madrid Foundation yesterday, at the St Mary’s College Grounds, Port of Spain. The company held a ceremony for the Atlantic/Real Madrid Foundation Social Sports School, which saw World Cup winner and Champions League winner Spaniard Alvara Arbeloa, give a speech on how to use sport as a tool for social positivity.
Trinidad and Tobago is among four CONCACAF member associations that will host the Concacaf Scotiabank NextPlay Cup, a new invitational youth tournament that will be held from November 10 – December 8.