NATIONAL Primary Schools Football champions Bon Accord Government and rivals Whim Anglican will battle for the 2013 Godrick Alfred Primary Schools Knock Out Cup after both teams scoring commanding wins in their semifinals at the Shaw Park Recreational Grounds earlier yesterday.
Primary Schools Football League
With the introduction of an under-12 seven-a-side competition, the Atlantic sponsored National Primary Schools Football League kicks off this year with nearly 350 teams.
After last week’s exciting conclusion of the 2012 primary school football season at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Tobago, the top 50 players in the Atlantic National Primary Schools Football League were announced on Wednesday by the league’s chairman, Vincent Graham.
National Primary Schools Football champions Bon Accord Government and runner-up Whim Anglican booked their spots in the quarterfinal stage of the Godrick Alfred Knockout Competition, both with massive 9-0 victories.
Jabari Francis still has some growing to do, but maybe, just maybe, he might be the next big thing in football coming out of Tobago.
The National Primary Schools Coaching Licence Programme hosted by Atlantic LNG and the T&T Football Federation (T&TFF) kicked off with the first of several courses at the St Mary’s Government Primary School, Moruga on Thursday.
SHANICE MAYNARD scored the only goal, as Longdonville Government Primary School yesterday won the Atlantic National Primary School Big 16 eight-a-side final with a comfortable 1-0 win over Tobago Light & Life Primary School at the Dwight Yorke stadium, Bacolet, Tobago.
Jabari Francis and Shanice Maynard copped the “Most Valuable Player” (MVP) awards, as Atlantic distributed prizes to the top footballers in this year’s Atlantic Primary Schools Football tournament, yesterday at the VIP Room of the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.
A GOOD crowd is expected to show today at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Tobago when history will be created in the Atlantic Primary Schools Football league.