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Wallace: The SSFL is improving, on and off the field; explains rulings on Championship protests

“The SSFL executive is a serious executive that is bent on ensuring things happen correctly,” Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) president William Wallace told Wired868. “It’s bent on cleaning up whatever existed before and what people got away with… I think last year was really a watershed moment for SSFL …

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SSFL 18: Moruga protest taints Pleasantville’s Big 5 campaign; SSFL ruling questioned

Pleasantville Secondary will represent the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) South Zone in the 2018 Shell/First Citizens Bank Big 5 competition, which carries the potential for promotion to next season’s Premier Division competition. Pleasantville open their campaign from 3:30pm today against Holy Cross College at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in …

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TTFA “killing dreams” of our young players; SSFL president “fearful” as inactive U-20s near Concacaf tourney

“We are very fearful that what could occur in a couple weeks time [at the Concacaf Under-20 Championship) in Bradenton may not be something our players may want to remember; and will not auger well for those players who are hoping that this tournament would afford them opportunities to be …

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