Press Pass Correspondent
This week, The Libero introduces to you the leading goal scorers and promising players for the 2012 Secondary Schools’ Football League. These individuals play a significant role in the success of their schools and also shine on a personal level. Shaquille Holder - This youngster has netted 15 goals for the season (thus far) for his school - Carapichaima East Secondary School. His latest bit of success being his four goals against Tabaquite Secondary School. ‘Caps’ as the team is usually referred to are top of their table in the Central Zone and are defending last year’s title.
Shackiel Henry - This talented forward has come up trumps for his school team, Presentation College, San Fernando as well as Trinidad and Tobago as he has represented this country at the Under-17 level and the Under-20 level. Henry has scored for his school in almost every match for the season thus far with his most recent success being a hat-trick against Princes Town in a come from behind victory. The impressive forward is expected to be an excellent addition to senior football in Trinidad and Tobago. Presentation College’s team is currently leading the south zone winning all of their games thus far.
Quesi Weston - This Palo Seco born goalkeeper has represented Trinidad and Tobago at the Under-17 level and at the Under-20 level. His versatility has been proven last season and continues to be shown as he frequently comes out of the goal keeping position and strikes for his school team Shiva Boys’ Hindu College. Players from other teams find it hard to score against him when he is in the goal with his clever skills and tactics. He is among the goalkeepers who conceded the least amount of goals since he has been representing his school. Quesi is another youngster who is expected to make Trinidad and Tobago proud with his talent.
Brent Sam - San Juan North Secondary can boast of having a shining star in its Secondary School Football League line up. Brent Sam is the leading goal scorer for his school team. He has excelled at the national level making the red, white and black proud when he scored seven out of 23 goals in the Caribbean Football Union 2013 World Cup Qualifying bid against the British Virgin Islands. Sam also plays for Police FC.
These four players have shown exceptional skill and quality. Let’s see what else they will produce for the rest of the season.