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Ashante Wilson-Campbell

Express YSS headed to Signal Hill Secondary School in Tobago to meet up with Ashante Wilson-Campbell. She is eighteen years old and very passionate about football. She eats, sleeps and breathes the sport. Ashante says she is very quiet at school and tries to stay out of trouble. When people see how aggressive she is on the football field, they often question if she is the same quiet person they just met.

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Five Rivers Sec­ondary School cap­tain Kay­la Ba­boolal and her team were un­fazed by the un­fa­mil­iar sur­round­ings and dom­i­nat­ed the Mal­ta Girls' Un­der-15 Di­vi­sion fi­nal in the Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League to emerge the na­tion­al cham­pi­on.

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Sha­nia Jor­don scored the lone item to book Five Rivers Sec­ondary School’s spot in the Co­ca Co­la Na­tion­al Girls In­ter­col semi­fi­nals in the Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League af­ter edg­ing Holy Name Con­vent Port-of-Spain, 1-0 on Sun­day.

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Sha­nia Jor­dan net­ted the win­ner for Five Rivers Sec­ondary School to earn them the East Zone ti­tle in the Co­ca Co­la Girls' In­ter­col Com­pe­ti­tion in the Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League.

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Led by a dou­ble from Alex­cia Ali, Pleas­antville Sec­ondary School earned the right to de­fend its Co­ca Co­la Na­tion­al Girls In­ter­col ti­tle af­ter crush­ing Cara­pichaima East, 8-1 in the semi­fi­nals on Sun­day at the Man­nie Ramjohn Sta­di­um in Mara­bel­la.

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Lu­ann Craig put on a grand per­for­mance to lift Five Rivers Sec­ondary School to the Mal­ta Girls Un­der-15 Di­vi­sion Trinidad ti­tle in the Sec­ondary Schools Foot­ball League.

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