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St Augustine dethroned: Trinity East KOs Intercol champs

St Augustine Secondary’s bid to retain its Coca Cola Intercol title ended yesterday evening at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar as the defending champion school was eliminated after a 1-0 defeat to Trinity College East in the East Zone semifinals.

Trinity East will now battle San Juan North on Wednesday November 19 from 3.45 pm in Malabar for the East Zone Intercol crown. San Juan North also booked its place in the zonal final yesterday after a 3-1 win over Arima North Secondary at the Larry Gomes Stadium.

Photo: Trinity College East striker Dareem Daniel (left) holds off St Anthony's College right back Jared Flement (right) during a SSFL Premier Division fixture. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Trinity College East striker Dareem Daniel (left) holds off St Anthony’s College right back Jared Flement (right) during a SSFL Premier Division fixture.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Elsewhere in the South Zone yesterday, Presentation College (San Fernando) romped to a 5-0 win over Moruga Secondary while St Benedict’s College whipped Fyzabad Secondary 5-2 at a Mannie Ramjohn Stadium double header in Marabella.

Presentation (San Fernando) and St Benedict’s will join Premier Division and Big Four champs Naparima College and Pleasantville Secondary in the South Zone semifinals on Tuesday afternoon in Marabella.

In the North Zone, Trinity College and St Mary’s College also cruised into the final four after comfortable wins over Fatima College (3-1) and Malick Secondary (4-0) respectively. They join St Anthony’s College and East Mucurapo Secondary in the other semifinal match up on Monday.

Miracle Ministries Pentecostal High School fell 4-2 on penalty kicks to ASJA Boys in Carapichaima while defending zonal champions, Chaguanas North Secondary, whipped Preysal Secondary 4-1 at Woodford Lodge.

Chaguanas North and ASJA Boys will square off in the Central Zone semifinals on Monday evening in the second game of an Ato Boldon Stadium double header, which also features Presentation College (Chaguanas) against Carapichaima East.

Tobago will be first to crown its zonal champion as Speyside Secondary and Signal Hill Secondary battle for the title on Monday from 5 pm at the Plymouth ground.

Photo: Presentation College (San Fernando) midfielder Kyle Moodie (left) tries to hold off Shiva Boys left back Jerry Ramdeo during a SSFL Premier Division contest. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Presentation College (San Fernando) midfielder Kyle Moodie (left) tries to hold off Shiva Boys left back Jerry Ramdeo during a SSFL Premier Division contest.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Last week’s Coca Cola Intercol results

Fri Nov 14

(Central Zone)

ASJA Boys 0, Miracle Ministries Pentecostal 0 at Carapichima;

*–ASJA won 4-2 on penalties

Chaguanas North 4, Preysal Secondary 1 at Woodford Lodge;

(North Zone)

Fatima College 1, Trinity College 3 at Fatima;

St Mary’s College 7 (Ethan Shim [2], Rickel Dixon, Justin Brooks, Nathan Harte, Aaron Skeene, OG), Malick Secondary 0 at St. Mary’s;

(East Zone)

Arima North Secondary 1, San Juan North 3 at Larry Gomes;

St Augustine Secondary 0, Trinity College East 1 at Larry Gomes;

(South Zone)

Presentation College (San Fernando) 5, Moruga Secondary 0 at Mannie Ramjohn;

St Benedict’s College 5, Fyzabad Secondary 2 at Mannie Ramjohn;

Photo: St Benedict's College custodian Jamari Warrick (centre) takes a ball off the head of San Juan defender Josiah Trimmingham during a SSFL Premier Division fixture at Bourg Mulattrasse. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: St Benedict’s College custodian Jamari Warrick (centre) takes a ball off the head of San Juan defender Josiah Trimmingham during a SSFL Premier Division fixture at Bourg Mulattrasse.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Wed Nov 12

(East Zone)

Trinity College East 3, Valencia Secondary 0 at Larry Gomes;

St Augustine Secondary 4, North Eastern College 2 at Larry Gomes;

(Tobago Zone)

Signal Hill 3, Pentecostal L&L 3 at Roxborough;

*–Signal Hill won 4-2 on penalties;

Speyside Secondary 4, Goodwood 1 at Roxborough;

 

Tue Nov 11

(North Zone)

St Anthony’s College 4 (Denzil Woods 25, Kwesi Allen 30 pen, 74, Matthew Woo Ling 48), QRC 1 (Joash Williams 76) at St Anthony’s;

East Mucurapo Secondary 9 (Malique Quow 1, Kazim Donald 8, Kathon St Hillaire 51, Sherlon Roberts 55, Tekay Hoyce 60, 85, 88, Keshawn Mark 80, Aquinde Marcellin 84), Diego Martin Central 0 at Fatima;

Photo: San Juan North's Josiah Trimmingham (centre) is tackled by St Anthony's College defender Isaiah McIntyre while St Anthony's captain Mawasi Charles (far right) and San Juan captain Brent Sam (far left) look on in Big Four action. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: San Juan North’s Josiah Trimmingham (centre) is tackled by St Anthony’s College defender Isaiah McIntyre while St Anthony’s captain Mawasi Charles (far right) and San Juan captain Brent Sam (far left) look on in Big Four action.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Mon Nov 10

(South Zone)

Shiva Boys HC 0, Pleasantville Secondary 2 at Mannie Ramjohn;

Naparima College 2, Princes Town West 0 at Mannie Ramjohn;

(East Zone)

Arima North Secondary 7, Five Rivers 0 at Larry Gomes;

San Juan North Secondary 7, Toco 0 at Larry Gomes;

(Central Zone)

Presentation (Chaguanas) 1, Couva West 1 at ABST Field;

*–Presentation won 4-0 on penalties

Carapichaima East 4, Tabaquite 0 at ABST Field;

 

Upcoming Intercol Fixtures

Mon Nov 17

(Central Zone Semifinals)

Presentation College (Chaguanas) v Carapichima Secondary, 3 pm, Ato Boldon;

ASJA Boys v Chaguanas North, 5 pm, Ato Boldon;

(Tobago finals)

Signal Hill Secondary v Speyside Secondary, 5 pm, Plymouth;

Photo Naparima College captain and defender Amritt Gildharry (right) tries to keep possession from Carapichaima East Secondary midfielder Kerwin Mitchell in SSFL Premier Division action. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo Naparima College captain and defender Amritt Gildharry (right) tries to keep possession from Carapichaima East Secondary midfielder Kerwin Mitchell in SSFL Premier Division action.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Tue Nov 18

(North Zone semifinals)

St Anthony’s College v East Mucurapo Secondary, 3.30 pm , CIC ground;

Trinity College v St Mary’s College, 3.30 pm, Fatima ground;

(South Zone semifinals)

Pleasantville Secondary v Naparima College, 2 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Presentation College (San Fernando) v St Benedict’s College, 4 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

 

Wed Nov 19

(East Zone finals)

San Juan North Secondary v Trinity College East, 3.45 pm, Larry Gomes Stadium;

 

Thu Nov 20

(South Zone finals)

To be announced, 3.45 pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

(Central Zone finals)

To be announced, 4.15 pm, Ato Boldon Stadium;

 

Fri Nov 21

(North Zone finals)

To be announced, 4.30 pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium.

 

Editor’s Note: St Mary’s College defeated Malick Secondary 7-0 and not 4-0 as previously stated in the score panel provided by the SSFL.

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9 comments

  1. Rising Stars in the East!!! Congrats to Trinity College East.

  2. Yeah. It is definitely a tight schedule.

  3. St. Mary’s College beat Malick Secondary 7-0 on Thursday, not 4-0. That was the first half score. The goals were scored by Ethan Shim(2), Rickel Dixon, Justin Brooks, Nathan Harte, Aaron Skeene and an own goal.

    • Lasana Liburd

      Thanks Gervais. We cannot be at all the games so we assume the scores we get from the SSFL are accurate.
      It is very unfortunate that this turns out not to be the case. Sigh.
      Will make adjustment. Thanks again.

  4. Lol, you know what I mean. Ph well, if the national teams doing it…say wat…

  5. Two days apart according to the fixtures

  6. South zone semis and finals are 1 day apart ?