DEFENDING champions Naparima will face the high-flying East Mucurapo at Fatima Ground in Mucurapo, when round two of the Shell/First Citizens Premier Division Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) kicks off at 3.30 pm, today.
Secondary Schools - Boys
Naparima and St Benedict's Colleges could escape with a mere slap on the wrist, for their parts in breaching an agreement between the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) and its sponsors, particularly its main sponsor Digicel, for the 2019 season.
Youth football seems to be in safe hands in T&T despite the perception it has been dying.
Naparima College got a brace from Ezekiel Kezar which got the defence of their titles, off to a perfect start with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over St Mary's College at their Lewis Street, San Fernando ground on Wednesday.
NAPARIMA College took home the first piece of silverware in the 2019 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) season with a 5-4 win, via kicks from the penalty spot, over rivals Presentation College, San Fernando for the Digicel Cup.
EAST MUCURAPO began their season, in the 2019 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division, with an emphatic 6-0 rout of QRC this afternoon, in a first-round encounter, at the Fatima Ground, Mucurapo.
Arguably the most exciting, pulsating and supported football league in T&T - the Secondary Schools Football league (SSFL) kicks off this Saturday with the Digicel Cup between the two top schools from last year - southern rivals Naparima College against Presentation College.
Reigning champion team Naparima College will begin the defence of its titles, the Premier Division, South Zone Intercol and the National Intercol title, on Wednesday when the team hosts St Mary's College at its home ground at Lewis Street, San Fernando from 3:30 pm.
Head coach: ‘I feel great’
AFTER more than a decade, Malick Secondary School will return to the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) and head coach Anthony Bartholomew says they are “ready to work hard.”