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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.

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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.

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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.

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“TTFA is taking advantage of coaches!” Primary school coaches still unpaid after six month wait.

“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…”

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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.

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Former Span and Real Madrid footballer Alvaro Arbeloa, now a Real Madrid Foundation Ambassador speaks to young football fans at the St Mary’s College Grounds, Port of Spain, yesterday.

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.

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