Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) officials will have to wait until Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Minister of Education Anthony Garcia give an update on the reopening of school term in time for the CSEC Examinations, to see if a League will be held, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which has taken hold on the country and the globe.
Secondary Schools - Boys
For years, Anthony Roy has worked quietly to promote the state of local football, starting with its youngest players.
Lodge Secondary ran defending champions Shiva Boys’ Hindu College of Trinidad & Tobago ragged last evening to eventually win their semifinal match via kicks from the penalty mark to ascend to the final of the second annual KFC under-18 schools’ Goodwill football tournament.
Long-time national Intercol title sponsor, Coca Cola, is currently working with a Miami-based scouting agency to provide some of T&T’s talented Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL) players with an opportunity to secure international scholarships and contracts.
A double from Ovid Andrews with a goal each on either side of half time and first half strike from Whitaker Paul handed DC Caesar Fox Secondary of Waramadong, Region Seven a 3-1 victory over Lodge Secondary of Georgetown, while Shiva Boys of Trinidad and Tobago defeated Annai 3-0 when the Petra Organisation/ KFC Goodwill schools football tournament continued yesterday at the Guyana Football Federation National Training Centre, Providence.
Jaiye Sheppard (Presentation College, San Fernando) and Alexcia Ali (Pleasantville Secondary) were crowned male and female Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL) Players of the Year respectively at the 2019 Awards and Presentation Ceremony, which kicked off at the Couva/Point Lisas Chamber of Commerce on Thursday.
The Shiva Boys Hindu College Football Team of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago played undefeated in the inaugural KFC Goodwill Tournament in Guyana back in 2018, and will again be in action in this tournament today.
“No matter where we roam, if near or far from home, let us be always one Naparima.”
A 92nd-minute strike from midfielder, Jardel Sinclair, put an end to Presentation College San Fernando’s 44-year Coca Cola National Intercol title drought and also sank hearts of the San Juan North-faithful when action climaxed in the 2019 finals at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, on Wednesday.