UNBEATEN “Soccer starlets” Dunross Preparatory School will face St Agnes Anglican in the Under-12 division final of the Atlantic Port of Spain and Environs Primary Schools Football today.
Primary Schools Football League
SIX primary schools will revive the memories of good football and other activities at the St Paul Street Multi-Purpose Facility and the Recreation Ground on St Paul Street in East Port of Spain.
Tobago Under-15 girls’ champion St Andrews Anglican cruised into the final yesterday when they easily defeated Good Shepherd Anglican 4–0 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain.
Extra time goals by Oba Meritt and Antawn Williams helped Tunapuna Boys RC retain the Atlantic National Primary Schools Football League Boys Under-11 crown with a 3-1 victory over Whim Anglican at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar yesterday.
Tunapuna Boy’s Rc School earned the right to defend their title yesterday when they came from behind to defeat Sangre Grande Government 3-2 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium yesterday in the semi-finals of the Atlantic Primary School Football League.
Eight-times national champions Arima Boys’ RC marched into the Atlantic National Under-15 National Primary Schools Boys final with a 3-1 beating of Mayaro Government at the Arima Velodrome yesterday.
Tunapuna Boys’ RC, the inaugural winners of the boys U-11 category of the Atlantic Primary School Football League, will continue its title defence tomorrow at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain, from 10 am.
Tobago champion Montgomery Government moved into the final round of the Atlantic National Primary Schools Football League when they defeated Sangre Grande Government at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain, yesterday morning.
Eight-time national primary school’s football champion, Arima Boys RC came to Port-of-Spain and conquered Nelson Street Boys RC at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, yesterday.