St Joseph’s Convent will be looking to close the gap on St Francois Nationals in the North Zone when the BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League resumes today in the four zones.
St Joseph, which are trailing St Francois by three points will host Holy Name at St Joseph Convent Ground, Port-of-Spain at 3.45 pm. Leaders St Francois will take on winless Maple Leaf at the Queen’s Park Savannah while Providence plays Malick in the other fixture, at the same time.
Meanwhile, in the East Zone, Arima North will have the opportunity to extend their lead at the top of the zonal table when the school takes on Sunday’s big 9-0 winners, El Dorado East at the El Dorado West Ground.
Granted El Dorado secure a win, the school may jump over St Augustine which are two points ahead of them. St Augustine will be in action against bottom placed San Juan North.
Second placed team in the South Zone, Vessigny will take on zonal and Intercol champions Debe at Guaracar Park, Point-a-Pierre in a battle for top spot. A win for Vessigny will put the team level with Debe on 13 points.
One other match will be played in the zone, between third place Point Fortin East and Holy Faith in Penal.
Tobago Zone leaders Roxborough will host point-less Mason Hall at the Roxborough Ground, while Bishops chellenges second place Scarborough at Bishops Ground. Speyside and Signal Hill will take to the Speyside Recreation Ground in the other Tobago fixture.
Providence vs Malick, QPS
St Joseph vs Holy Name, St Joseph Ground
Maple Leaf vs St Francois, QPS
El Dorado East vs Arima North, El Dorado West Ground
Toco vs St George’s, Anglais, Ground Cumana
St Augustine vs San Juan North, St Augustine Ground
Debe vs Vessigny, Guaracara Park, Point-a-Pierre
Holy Faith vs Point Fortin East, Penal
Roxborough vs Mason Hall. Roxborough
Bishops vs Scarborough, Bishops
Speyside vs Signal Hill, Speyside Recreation Ground