Derisha Bristol and Ashante Campbell continue to prove that they are vital components of the Signal Hill Secondary attack, helping their team reach the semifinals of the Shell/First Citizens National Girls InterCol in the Secondary Schools Football League.
The Tobago zonal champion battled with Five Rivers Secondary and fought to a comfortable 6-3 win in the quarterfinal round at the Mt Pleasant ground in Tobago.
Bristol and Campbell shared the spotlight, netting a pair of goals each for Signal Hill. Not to discount the efforts of its leading scorer for the season, Celine Loraine and also the accurate Gamelia Waldron, who scored one apiece in the win.
For Five Rivers, who finished as runners-up in the league competition in its debut season the Girls Championships, Jada Gaskin produced a double while Luann Craig scored the other item.
Signal Hill advances to the semifinals and will meet Tranquility, which also placed second in the North Zone competition, at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Arima on Thursday from 1.30 pm.
In the other semifinal match-up down at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella that same day, Big Five and South Zone winner Pleasantville Secondary will face Carapichaima East. Kickoff is at 3.30 pm.
The winners will meet in the final next Tuesday (December 4).
SOURCE: T&T Guardian