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Fatima's Seth Hadeed, right, tries to get by opposing captain of QRC, Phillip Nelson, to keep possession during the Secondary School Football League North Zone Under-14 match at the Hasely Crawford Training Field, Mucurapo on Tuesday, November 1st 2022. Seth scored the winner in Fatima's 3-2 win. (Photo by Daniel Prentice)
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Point Fortin East and St Madeleine Secondary Schools marched on to the quarterfinal round of the Coca-Cola Intercol Play-Off in similar fashions yesterday in their respective South Zone matches of the Secondary Schools Football League.

Akiel Vasprey continued his rich goal-scoring form with a beaver trick to help Point Fortin East march on from the early round of the Intercol Play-Off, with a convincing 8-0 victory over Fyzabad Anglican Secondary at Clifton Hill.

Vasprey's goal-scoring asset had been the one thing that the Point Fortin men were hoping for, and they got it. His four goals were complimented by other items from Rickel Ramgosine, Ruben Phillip, Serryon Mitchell and Jamal Seepersad.

However, it now puts them in line to face southern champion Presentation College (San Fernando) in the first match of a doubleheader at Mahaica Oval on Thursday.  

St Madeleine Secondary also moved on by virtue of hammering Princes Town Secondary, 7-0, courtesy of double strikes from Kiaheem Dyer and Kareem Stewart.

Jamali Barclay, Tyrell Dyette and Adriel Acheverro scored the other goals to complete their passage into the quarters, where they face an intimidating task against Tiger Tanks Premier Division champion St Benedict's College in the second match of a doubleheader at Mahaica.

Despite the unpredictability of the Intercol, St Madeleine coach Anton Quashie said they will be facing the storm after the calm.

Fatima begins quest for glory

Meanwhile, today in the North Zone, Fatima College, the losing finalist in the premier division final, will begin their campaign for Intercol glory against Blanchisseuse Secondary at St Mary's College from 3.30 pm, while at the same time, Queen's Royal College, considered under-achievers in the premier division, will begin their quest for Intercol success against Tranquility Secondary at Fatima College ground.  

QRC was fourth in Group B of the premierships division and will be hoping to make amends, while Blanchisseuse will try to continue their winning ways, since beating Trinity College Moka in their opening match.

In two other matches, East Mucurapo and St Anthony's College will tangle in the first match of a doubleheader at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo from 2 pm, while at 4 pm- Malick Secondary will take on St Mary's College.


SOURCE: T&T Guardian