BLANCHISSEUSE Secondary secured their place in the quarterfinal round of the 2018 Coca-Cola InterCol North Zone competition after shutting out Tranquillity Secondary on penalty kicks yesterday.
Secondary Schools - Boys
Hail Naparima College, champions of the Premier Division of the Shell/First Citizens 2018 Secondary Schools Football League, a title the southerners won after beating Trinity Moka 2-0 at Maraval yesterday, while fellow southerners Presentation College, the defending champions, was held 1-1 by San Juan in Bourg Mulatresse, San Juan.
It will be a race to the end in the Premier Division of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary School's Football League (SSFL) after the top three teams in the race for the title were all in winner's row yesterday.
It's the kind of climax all league and tournament organisations wish for, having their final day of play grab all the attention and headlines available.
"It's a situation we have been in before, so needing to win our next two matches will be no problem for us," said Presentation College (San Fernando) coach Shawn Cooper to Guardian Media Sports yesterday, ahead of today's crucial match-up with St Anthony's College in the Premier Division of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella.
ST MARY’S moved a step closer towards avoiding relegation from the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division when they blanked hosts St Augustine 4-0 in a rescheduled Round 10 match yesterday.
ST MARY’S joined Fatima and QRC in the naitonal quarter-finals, of the new Fruta-sponsored Form One (Under-13) Football League on October 25.
New Intercol champs to be crowned as…
A NEW team will be crowned as the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Intercol champions as 2017 winners Shiva Boys will not be defending their title.
Presentation College (San Fernando) succumbed to its first defeat of the season in the Premiership Division of the Secondary Schools Football League yesterday, going down 1-3 to arch-rivals Naparima College at Lewis Street, San Fernando. But 'Pres' as the school is commonly called, still maintained the lead on the 15-team standings with 29 points.