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Intercol 19: Kaihim scores another blinder as ‘Tigers’ send Speyside packing in quarters

North Zone Intercol winners St Anthony’s College completely dominated Tobago Zone champions Speyside High in a 4-0 thrashing in the Coca Cola Intercol quarter-final at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Tuesday. The scoreline, bad as it was, flattered the Tobago outfit. St Anthony’s semi-final opponent, Presentation College (San Fernando), who …

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Intercol 19: Manswell and Phillip Roar as Tigers Defend North Zone title

Kiron Manswell and Kai Phillip roared as St Anthony’s College defended their North Zone title in the Coca Cola National Intercol 2019 with a 2-1 victory over East Mucurapo at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. Kiron ‘Albo’ Manswell led from the front with an enterprising display that made his head coach, …

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Intercol 19: St Anthony’s and East Mucurapo advance to North finals via penalties

St Anthony’s College will meet East Mucurapo Secondary in the SSFL Coca-Cola Intercol North Zone final after slipping past Malick Secondary 4-3 on penalties in their semi-final at CIC ground on Serpentine Road. St Anthony’s coach Ronald Daniel counted his lucky stars after the match. “The game was balanced because …

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St Anthony’s steamroll Speyside 7-1, Tobagonians concede 12 in opening two matches

St Anthony’s College made a 7-1 thrashing of the Secondary School’s Football League Premiership’s lone Tobago-based school, Speyside High, look routine on a blistering 36-degree day. After the match this afternoon, St Anthony’s head coach Ronald Daniel declared his team’s ambition was a top-three finish in 2019. “The season is …

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SSFL 2018: Fifth time lucky for North Zone? Wired868 speaks to coaches on upcoming season

The start of the 2018 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division season is just over a week away and League and school administrators alike will be determined that the 2018 season is not filled with the off-field shenanigans that occurred last year. In the north, the schools will be …

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