MALICK, Arima, St Benedict's and Signal Hill have emerged as first round winners in the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League. Malick are atop the North Zone with 16 points from their seven matches. The Morvant side hold a four point lead over St Mary's, who in turn is a point ahead of third placed Queen's Royal College.
Secondary Schools - Boys
AN interesting first round comes to an end this afternoon. But possibly in only one zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League has a clear pattern developed.
QUEEN'S Royal College did not use a whip. But yesterday at the St Clair Avenue ground, the Royalians succeeded in taming the "Tigers" 2-0 with good passing and football.
FIVE-TIME champions Malick Secondary will start the second round on the North Zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League this week with a four-point cushion at the top of the standings.
SAN JUAN Senior Comprehensive's winning streak in the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League came to an end yesterday when they were held to a 1-1 draw playing away to Carapichaima Senior Comprehensive at Carapichaima.
El Dorado Senior Comprehensive crushed St Augustine 5-1 in the East/Central Zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League yesterday. Taking full advantage of home crowd, the Dial Dynamos came from behind to stun the Green Machine.
INTEREST in the race for top honours in all four zones of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League heightened after Tuesday's matches as the young aspiring footballers began their busiest week of competition - they play three times with only a one day break in between.
ST BENEDICT'S is the only team assured of topping the first round in the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League competition, going into today's final round of matches.
ARIMA Senior Comprehensive joined San Juan at the top of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League East/Central Zone yesterday. The Dial Dynamos outclassed St Augustine 3-1 to carry its tally to 13 points, the same as San Juan, who was held to a 1-1 draw by Carapichaima.