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St Augustine player Jamal Ollivere, right, vies for the ball with Trinity College Moka's Jahiem Marshall during the Secondary School Football League Premiership Division at St Augustine School Grounds on October 22. Trinity Moka won 3-1. ...ABRAHAM DIAZ
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It rained goals in the North Zone of the Co­ca Co­la In­ter­Col on Mon­day at the Hase­ly Craw­ford, Mu­cu­rapo, with Pre­mier­ship strug­glers Mal­ick Sec­ondary ham­mer­ing Diego Mar­tin North Sec­ondary 13-0. And in an­oth­er game, de­mot­ed pre­mier di­vi­sion cam­paign­ers Trin­i­ty Mo­ka made a bold state­ment for the zone's In­ter­Col ti­tle by clob­ber­ing St Fran­cis Col­lege 3-0.

In the end, how­ev­er, the tal­ly showed 17 goals scored in two match­es. Mal­ick's Zion Car­pette, Nick­el Alexan­der and Jabari Williams all scored hat-tricks in the win to set up a mouth-wa­ter­ing con­test with Trin­i­ty Mo­ka on Thurs­day at St Mary's Col­lege Ground in St Clair.

The trio has scored more than three-quar­ter of their school's goals this sea­son de­spite their 12-place fin­ish.

Yes­ter­day coach An­tho­ny Bartho­molmew sent a warn­ing to his op­po­nents who de­feat­ed them in the pre­mier­ship sea­son, that they should not be com­pla­cent when the teams meet in the In­ter­Col.

"The play­ers en­tered the Pre­mier Di­vi­sion an in­ex­pe­ri­enced bunch, but have now got­ten the ex­pe­ri­ence they need­ed. We are se­ri­ous­ly go­ing af­ter the In­ter­Col ti­tle and we be­lieve we can do it. We are ready now," Bartholomew said.

He added, "We have even changed our for­ma­tion from 5:3:2 to 4:3:3 to al­low the at­tack­ers the room and chance to ex­press them­selves and score goals."

In the oth­er game, Trin­i­ty Mo­ka got goals from Jardel Mitchell, Je­sus Phillip and Josi­ah Su­perville in their 3-0 tri­umph of St Fran­cis Col­lege. Man­ag­er Shawn Lyn­d­say said he team will be pre­pared for Mal­ick when the time comes, say­ing foot­ball is played on the day. "For sure we will not be un­der­es­ti­mat­ing any team and we will be go­ing out to play."

MON­DAY'S RE­SULTS

Mal­ick 13 (Zion Car­pette 3, Nick­el Alexan­der 3, Jabari Williams 3, Ma­made Guer­ra 2, John-Mark Mor­ris, Kel­lon Lewis) vs Diego Mar­tin North Sec 1

Trin­i­ty Mo­ka 3 (Jardel Mitchell, Je­sus Phillip, Josi­ah Su­perville) vs St Fran­cis 0

Tuesday 5 November

(Intercol South Prelims)

Rio Claro West 2, Princes Town West 0 at Mannie Ramjohn Stadium.

Upcoming fixtures

Wednesday 6 November

(Intercol East Quarterfinals)

San Juan North v Malabar Secondary, 3.30pm, St Augustine;

Arima North v Manzanilla Secondary, 3.30pm, El Dorado East;

(Intercol Central Quarterfinals)

Miracle Ministries v Preysal Secondary, 3pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

Presentation (Chag) v Couva East, 5pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

Thursday 7 November

(Intercol North Quarterfinals)

QRC v St Mary’s College, 3.30pm, Mucurapo Road;

Trinity Moka v Malick Secondary, 3.30pm, Serpentine Road;

(Intercol Tobago Quarterfinals)

Speyside High v Roxborough Secondary, 3pm, Plymouth;

Mason Hall Secondary v Goodwood Secondary, 5pm, Plymouth;

Friday 8 November

(Intercol South Quarterfinals)

St Benedict’s College v Fyzabad Anglican Secondary, 1.30pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Naparima College v Rio Claro West, 3.30pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Sunday 10 November

(Intercol Girls East Quarterfinals)

San Juan North v Valencia Secondary, 3pm, El Dorado East;

Manzanilla Secondary v Bishop Anstey East, 3pm, St Augustine;

(Intercol Girls Tobago Quarterfinals)

Bishop’s High v Goodwood Secondary, 1.30pm, Dwight Yorke Stadium;

Scarborough Secondary v Mason Hall Secondary, 3.30pm, Dwight Yorke Stadium;

(Intercol Girls North Quarterfinals)

St Joseph’s Convent v Diego Martin Central, 3.30pm, Mucurapo;

Tranquility Secondary v Success Laventille, 3.30pm, QRC;

(Intercol Girls South Quarterfinals)

Point Fortin East v Moruga Secondary, 3pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

(Intercol Girls Central Quarterfinals)

Chaguanas North v Chaguanas South, 3pm, Ato Boldon Stadium