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‘Naps’ and QRC open SSFL with Wed double header in POS

Reigning Secondary School Football League (SSFL) champions Naparima College will make their first outing of the 2015 Premier Division schoolboy season on Wednesday September 8 as the season kicks off with a double header at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

Photo: Naparima College players (from left) Jarred Dass, Nicholas Thomas, Martieon Watson and Justin Sadoo celebrate their Big Four success. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Naparima College players (from left) Jarred Dass, Nicholas Thomas, Martieon Watson and Justin Sadoo celebrate their Big Four success.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

‘Naps’ face newly promoted Queen’s Royal College from 5.30 pm at the Port of Spain venue while, in the opening fixture, St Mary’s College tackles Trinity College East from 3.30 pm.

The SSFL’s remaining 10 teams join the fray on Thursday. Speyside High and Trinity College Moka join QRC as the newly promoted teams while Carapichaima East, St Benedict’s College, Presentation College (San Fernando), Fatima College, Shiva Boys Hindu College, St Augustine Secondary, San Juan North and St Anthony’s College all retained their top flight status.

Photo: St Mary's College playmaker Aaron Noel (left) fires past St Anthony's College defender and captain Mawasi Charles during the 2014 season. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: St Mary’s College playmaker Aaron Noel (left) fires past St Anthony’s College defender and captain Mawasi Charles during the 2014 season.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

SSFL opening week fixtures

(Wednesday September 9)

St Mary’s College v Trinity College East, 3.30 pm, Hasely Crawford;

QRC v Naparima College, 5.30 pm, Hasely Crawford;

Photo: Shiva Boys midfielder Tyrel "Pappy" Emmanuel (right) dribbles past Presentation College (San Fernando) midfielder Kareem Riley. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Shiva Boys midfielder Tyrel “Pappy” Emmanuel (right) dribbles past Presentation College (San Fernando) midfielder Kareem Riley.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

(Thursday September 10)

Speyside High v Carapichaima East, 3.45 pm, Speyside;

Trinity College Moka v St Benedict’s College, 3.45 pm, Moka;

Presentation San F’do v Fatima College, 3.45 pm, Mannie Ramjohn;

Shiva Boys HC v St Augustine, 3.45 pm, Penal;

San Juan North v St Anthony’s College, 3.45 pm, San Juan;

Photo: St Anthony's College playmaker Matthew Woo Ling (centre) looks for space between San Juan North players Hakeem Wilson (right) and Josiah Trimmingham (partially hidden) during 2014 SSFL Big Four action.  Looking on is St Anthony's College midfielder Jules Lee (far left). (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: St Anthony’s College playmaker Matthew Woo Ling (centre) looks for space between San Juan North players Hakeem Wilson (right) and Josiah Trimmingham (partially hidden) during 2014 SSFL Big Four action.
Looking on is St Anthony’s College midfielder Jules Lee (far left).
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

(Saturday September 12)

St Benedict’s College v San Juan North, 3.45 pm, Mahaica Oval, P/Fortin;

Carapichaima East v Fyzabad Secondary, 3.45 pm, Carapichaima;

St Anthony’s College v St Mary’s College, 3.45 pm, St Anthony’s;

Fatima College v Shiva Boys HC, 3.45 pm, Fatima;

St Augustine v Speyside High, 3.45 pm, St Augustine;

Presentation San F’do v Naparima College, 3.45 pm, Mannie Ramjohn;

Trinity College East v QRC, 3.45 pm, Trincity.

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  1. Don’t be surprised if the new Royalian boys on the block ketch the reigning champions napping. QRC, we want four goal…!