TAKING a line through Presentation, it will be no walk-over for triple-crowned champions Naparima, as well as St Benedict's today when fourth round matches in the first round of the South Zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League are played from 4 pm.
Secondary Schools - Boys
THEY have sailed past Barataria, Presentation and St Augustine. Now San Juan Senior Comprehensive will try not to have the wind knocked out of their sails when they face champions ElDorado.
DEFENDING champions Signal Hill Senior Comprehensive opened their 2000 BWIA Secondary Schools Football League season with a 2-0 win over Elizabeth’s College at Bon Accord yesterday.
FIVE-TIME champions, Malick, surrendered their lead in the North Zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League with a dismal performance yesterday against cellar-placed Tranquillity on St Mary's Ground, Serpentine Road, St Clair. Unable to do anything right, the Morvant boys were humbled 2-0 by their Woodbrook counterparts with a goal in either half.
EVEN with the services of Ian "The Dread Dribbler" Clauzel and former national captain Selris Figaro at their disposal, Mucurapo fell 1-0 to five-time champions Malick yesterday in their opening match in the North Zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League on Fatima Ground, Mucurapo.
QUEEN'S Royal College made a desperate bid to pull back a 0-3 half-time deficit but had to settle for a 2-3 loss against arch-rivals St Mary's College in their BWIA Secondary Schools Football League encounter at the Royalians ground yesterday. The visitors went ahead in the 16th minute when James Odogwa ran around goalkeeper Ayinde Abu Bakr following a Scott Sealy pass.
INSPIRED by a hattrick from national Under-17 striker, Nkosi Blackman, St Benedict's stopped Moruga 4-1 yesterday in their opening match in the South Zone of the Secondary Schools Football League on their home ground at La Romaine.
THE ball has only just begun to roll. And already this afternoon, East/Central champions El Dorado Senior Comprehensive will face a serious examination of their credentials for 2000.
SUCCESS/LAVENTILLE, making their debut yesterday to top flight soccer in the North Zone of the BWIA Secondary Schools Football League, began their campaign on a winning note by shutting out Tranquillity 3-1 at Queen's Park Oval, Port-of-Spain.