BACKED by an entire community, San Juan North Secondary are hoping to reclaim their title as Coca Cola National Intercol champions when the final kicks off today at 5.15 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. Standing in their way are defending champions and favourites Naparima College who are seeking to become the first team to go undefeated for an entire campaign.
Secondary Schools - Boys
Southern champs edge St Anthony’s 2-0 in Intercol semis
NAPARIMA College continue their quest for their third title for the season after they got past a resilient opponent in St Anthony’s College by a 2-0 margin, yesterday at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, in the semi final of the National Intercol. The result means that Naps will feature in the National Intercol final, on Tuesday, against San Juan North, for a chance to claim the prestigious treble and clean sweep the boys secondary schools football titles.
ST ANTHONY’S cruised to the semi-final round of the Coca Cola National Intercol competition, with a convincing 4-1 win over Carapichaima East in their quarter-final fixture yesterday, at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.
ANGUS EVE, ex-national football captain and Under-23 coach, yesterday stressed more could be done to help future T&T prospects from falling victims to gun violence.
NAPARIMA College will be looking to add to an already exceptional Secondary Schools Football League season which has seen them claim two titles, when they face St Anthony's on Friday in the semi-finals of the Coca Cola National Intercol competition at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.
Isaiah Chase and captain Ronaldo Boyce scored two goals each to fire San Juan North Secondary past Signal Hill Secondary, 5-0, in their National Secondary Schools Football League Coca-Cola Inter-Col semifinal at Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Arima, Thursday.
NAPARIMA College claimed their second title of the season yesterday, edging Presentation College 4-3 on penalties in a gripping Coca Cola South Zone Intercol final at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella. The most anticipated derby of the season ended 0-0 after regulation time and proved to be a thrilling contest as it took eight kicks from the penalty spot to separate the teams.
CANIOS RUIZ scored twice and Addae Paponette netted the other as QRC defeated Fatima 3-1 yesterday, in the final of the inaugural Fruta Form One (Under-13) National League football competition.
ST ANTHONY’S, also known as the “Westmoorings Tigers”, captured the Coca Cola North Zone Intercol trophy yesterday after a 4-2 result, courtesy kicks from the penalty spot, over Trinity Moka, in an entertaining final at the St Mary’s Ground, St Clair.