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Sam strikes for Jabloteh; but D/Force and Stars win

Eighteen-year-old San Juan North Secondary schoolboy Brent Sam got a goal on his first appearance for San Juan Jabloteh this season but it was not enough to save his team from a 2-1 Pro League loss to Defence Force at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya yesterday. The Army/Coast Guard …

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School’s out! Wired868 highlights its favourite SSFL stars

The 2014 Secondary Schools Football League season reaches its climax this evening with a new champion set to be crowned as Mucurapo East Secondary faces St Benedict’s College in the Coca Cola National Intercol boys’ final from 5 pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. (The Coca Cola National Intercol girls …

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One-on-one with San Juan North’s Brent Sam

Reminiscent of tall, skillful and popular Swedish footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Brent towers some 6’ 2” over me and the rest of his team mates. At first impression, Sam renders a shy quiet personality, however once you begin to talk his language, football, he absolutely comes alive. At 18 years, Sam’s …

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Naps and Tigers set up SSFL Big Four Saturday showdown

The BG T&T/First Citizens SSFL Big Four champion will be crowned at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella on Saturday evening. Will it be worth the price of admission? Does Carnival come after Christmas? Is Tim Tam the most talked about snack in the country? Naparima College, the reigning Premier Division …

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Sam silenced as San Juan held by Benedict’s

Brent Sam’s scoring streak was bound to end sometime. And today, after nine goals in his last five matches, the lanky striker finally fired blanks as San Juan North Secondary was held goalless by St Benedict’s College in Bourg Mulattrasse. With just two games remaining in the SSFL Premier Division …

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Naps maintain purple patch with 8-0 caning of Chaguanas

For the final 10 minutes, passionate Chaguanas North Secondary supporter Germain Raymond’s horn was silent. There is probably be no higher praise than that for any football team that travels to the New Settlement Ground in Chaguanas. A Nicholas Dillon hattrick plus items from Jabari Mitchell, Martieon Watson, Jeremiah Kezar, …

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Tigers tamed again; San Juan giants subdue St Anthony’s

Anyone who believes you shouldn’t kick someone when they are down should look away now. A 5-1 hammering from Naparima College on Saturday became two defeats in a row today as St Anthony’s College again surrendered home advantage with a 3-2 loss against San Juan North in Westmoorings. On Wednesday, …

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