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Intercol 19: Azahrias fills his boots as Fatima spank Blanchisseuse 10-1 in pick of Friday’s fixtures

Fatima College breezed into the North Zone Intercol quarterfinal round yesterday after an emphatic 10-1 win over Blanchisseuse Secondary at the St Mary’s College ground in Serpentine Road, St Clair.

Fatima, who are also fighting for promotion to the SSFL Premier Division via the Big Five competition, did not mess about against their fellow Championship team. Attacker Azahrias Ali scored four times for the Mucurapo Road boys while Giovanni Warner and Joshua Mason notched doubles and Joshua Nurse and Christopher Syms chipped in with a goal apiece.

Photo: Fatima College right back Christian Bailey (left) tries to evade a challenge from a Moruga Secondary opponent during Big 5 action on Mucurapo Road on 29 October 2019.
(Copyright Allan V Crane/CA-Images/Wired868)

Elsewhere in the North Zone, recently relegated Premier Division team St Mary’s College were made to sweat in Westmoorings as they scraped their way to a 5-4 win over Diego Martin Central Secondary. And it was slightly more comfortable for Tranquility Secondary as they downed Mucurapo West Secondary 2-0 on Mucurapo Road.

Fatima will now play East Mucurapo Secondary from 3pm in a North Zone quarterfinal double header at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on 12 November while St Anthony’s College and Tranquility clash from 5pm at the same venue.

St Mary’s College face rivals Queen’s Royal College from 3pm on Mucurapo Road on 7 November in another North quarterfinal.

Intercol action continues on Monday as Malick Secondary tackle Diego Martin North Secondary and Trinity College Moka take on St Francis Boys in a double header at the Hasely Crawford Stadium from 3pm and 5pm respectively.

See below for more Intercol action:

Coca Cola Intercol results

Thursday 31 October

(Intercol East Prelims)

El Dorado East 1, Malabar Secondary 3 (Jordan Ferdinand [2], Mervyn Highley) at Larry Gomes Stadium;

Friday 1 November

(Intercol North Prelims)

Fatima College 10 (Azahrias Ali [4], Giovanni Warner [2], Joshua Mason [2], Joshua Nurse, Christopher Syms), Blanchisseuse Secondary 1 at Serpentine Road;

Mucurapo West 0, Tranquility Secondary 2 at Mucurapo Road;

St Mary’s College 5, D’go Martin Central 4 at Westmoorings.

Photo: St Mary’s College attacker Kristoff Dingwell (left) runs at a Naparima College opponent during SSFL action at Lewis Street, San Fernando on 11 September.
CIC turned out in the new SSFL approved hit while ‘Naps’ did not.
(Copyright Kerlon Orr/CA-images/Wired868)

Upcoming Intercol fixtures

Monday 4 November

(Intercol North Prelims)

Malick Secondary v D’go Martin North, 3pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

Trinity Moka v St Francis Boys, 5pm, Hasely Crawford Stadium;

Tuesday 5 November

(Intercol South Prelims)

Rio Claro West v Princes Town West, 3.30pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

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

Photo: Naparima College fans cheer on their team during SSFL Digicel Cup action against Presentation (San F’do) at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium on 7 September 2019.
(Copyright Allan V Crane/CA-Images/Wired868)

Thursday 7 November

(Intercol North Quarterfinals)

QRC v St Mary’s College, 3pm, Mucurapo Road;

Trinity Moka/St Francis Boys v Malick Sec/D’go Martin North, 5pm, Serpentine Road;

(Intercol Tobago Quarterfinals)

Speyside High v Pentecostal L&L, 1.30pm, Dwight Yorke Stadium;

Signal Hill v Roxborough, 3.30pm, Dwight Yorke Stadium;

Friday 8 November

(Intercol South Quarterfinals)

Pleasantville Secondary v Fyzabad Anglican Sec, 1.30pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium;

Naparima College v Rio Claro West/Princes Town West, 3.30pm, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium.

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