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Jabari and Ke’die take top honours; SSFL names All-Star teams

Naparima College playmaker Jabari Mitchell and St Augustine Secondary winger Ke’die Johnson took the top individual honours in the Secondary School Football League (SSFL) boys and girls categories today as the SSFL held its 2014 season prize giving ceremony at the Digicel IMAX building in St Clair, Port of Spain.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago midfielder Jabari Mitchell plays the ball around a Curacao player during the 2014 Caribbean Cup. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago midfielder Jabari Mitchell plays the ball around a Curacao player during the 2014 Caribbean Cup.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Mitchell, who is on international duty with Trinidad and Tobago at the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship in Jamaica, was instrumental in helping “Naps” to snatch the inaugural SSFL Premier Division title as well as the BGTT Big Four crown.

The players who joined Mitchell in the male SSFL’s Top Five list are his teammate and striker Nicholas Dillon, the San Juan North Secondary duo of forward Brent Sam and utility player Josiah Trimmingham and St Anthony’s College midfielder Matthew Woo Ling.

Woo Ling is also with the young “Soca Warriors” in Jamaica.

The complete boys SSFL All Star team consists of:

Goalkeepers: Jamari Warrick (St Benedict’s College), Aaron Enil (East Mucurapo Secondary), Myron Mark (Trinity College East);

Photo: Naparima College midfielder Martieon Watson (right) advances with the ball while St Anthony's College midfielder Shakeem Patrick looks on. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Naparima College midfielder Martieon Watson (right) advances with the ball while St Anthony’s College midfielder Shakeem Patrick looks on.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Defenders: Nicholas Thomas, Amritt Gildharry, Martieon Watson (all Naparima College), Rickel Dixon (St Mary’s College), Simon Joseph (St Anthony’s College), Taryll Coutou (St Benedict’s College);

Midfielders: Jabari Mitchell (Naparima College), Matthew Woo Ling (St Anthony’s College), Josiah Trimmingham (San Juan North Secondary), Adrian Charles (Trinity College East), Tyrel Emmanuel (Shiva Boys HC), Shemar Ravello (St Benedict’s College);

Forwards: Brent Sam (San Juan North Secondary), Nicholas Dillon (Naparima College), Kwesi Allen (St Anthony’s College), Sean Bonval (Trinity College East), Ethan Shim (St Mary’s College).

In the female division, the free-scoring Johnson led St Augustine to a sweep of the Championship Division’s major title as the “Green Machine” made off with the BGTT Intercol and FCB Big Four trophies along with the East Zone gongs for the respective league and knock out competitions.

Photo: St Augustine Secondary footballers celebrate with the BGTT 2014 Girls' National Intercol trophy. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: St Augustine Secondary footballers celebrate with the BGTT 2014 Girls’ National Intercol trophy.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Johnson apart, the rest of the SSFL’s Top Five girls list comprised of defender Naketa John (St Augustine), striker Kayla Prince (Point Fortin East Secondary), midfielder Jordan Ree-Ken (St Joseph’s Convent, Port of Spain) and striker Njemile Charles (Scarborough Secondary).

The complete girls SSFL All Star team is:

Goalkeepers: Portious Warren (St Augustine Secondary), Kherdine Cuffy (Point Fortin East Secondary);

Defenders: Naketa John (St Augustine Secondary), Renee Ward (Bishop’s Anstey, Port of Spain), Shaunelle Govia (Tranquility Secondary), Tamara Johnson (Point Fortin East Secondary), Demi Guevara (St George’s College);

Midfielders: Ke’die Johnson, Celeste Thomas, Naomie Guerra (all St Augustine Secondary), Jordan Ree-Ken (St Joseph’s Convent, Port of Spain), Ray-Ann Montano (Debe Secondary), Cherise Roberts (Scarborough Secondary), Nia Honore (Bishop’s Anstey East);

Photo: Point Fortin East Secondary student Denicia Prince (left) takes on two St Augustine Secondary defenders in the Coca Cola Girls' National Intercol final. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Point Fortin East Secondary student Kayla Prince (left) takes on two St Augustine Secondary defenders in the Coca Cola Girls’ National Intercol final.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Forwards: Kayla Prince (Point Fortin East Secondary), Njemile Charles (Scarborough Secondary), Chelsy Ralph (Providence Girls HS), Laurelle Theodore (St Augustine Secondary).

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16 comments

  1. Thanks Lasana Liburd and no problem Kirwin Weston

  2. Finally I see this rasping Allen bullet ! Thanks for the video Travis Joseph (Y)

  3. Very nice footage by the way, Travis Joseph. 😉

  4. Its amazing Kwesi was not in that top five while he supposed to be challenging for the top award. Apparently football is never about facts anymore but personal opinions. Kwesi was the Best forward in the league and his stats and his quality of goals matches that. If you disagree that’s your opinion again.
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8glxWvBLjFU

  5. Ok. That would have been Naps and St Augustine.

  6. They just have an award for school of the year that the SSFL don’t have. St. Augustine Girls should really be recognized for their exploits

  7. Congrats to Naparima and all the teams that participated in the 2014 premiership season great article once again las .

  8. Bright future ahead…keep striving for perfection. ..

  9. What does the SSCL do differently?

  10. I won’t argue with that. All in all, they selected a good team. The main difference with my squad would be that I had Aaron Noel from CIC and Shane Sandy from Naps in there as well. Those two were in my first XI.

  11. I think the SSFL needs to award a male/female team of the year award and a school of the year award like the SSCL

  12. I think Kwesi Allen replaces N. Dillion in that top 5 for me.

  13. Its amazing Kwesi was not in that top five. Apparently football is never about facts anymore but personal opinions. Kwesi was the Best forward in the league and his stats and his quality of goals matches that. If you disagree that’s your opinion again.
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8glxWvBLjFU