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St Francois takes North Zone lead
A lone goal from Kelsey Walker sealed top spot in the standings for defending North Zone league champion St Francois Girls College, which trumped Bishop’s Anstey 1-0, in the Girls BGTT First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League at Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular Road, on Thursday. Walker’s effort put St Francois a point ahead of Tranquility Secondary, which won two of its opening matches thus far, but remains with a match in hand. Tranquility enjoyed its latest win by a 3-0 scoreline over Providence Girls. In its previous win, Tranquility eased past St Joseph’s Convent Port-of-Spain 6-1.
Tomorrow, the North Zone will ignite with a clash of the top two teams, St Francois and Tranquility, at Tranquility Grounds, Queen’s Park Savannah, from 3 pm. In the South Zone, reigning Big-Four and coca-Cola InterCol champion Debe Secondary remained with its 100 per cent winning record, with a 3-0 win over Mayaro. Also maintaining a 100 per cent winning steak was East Zone’s reigning champion St Augustine, which was the only victorious team of the zone on Thursday. The team eased past San Juan North 3-1. Arima North and El Dorado East played to a goalless draw as did St George’s College and Toco Secondary. Trailing St Augustine is San Juan North, which won both of its league fixtures before losing to the new league leader.
Tomorrow’s Girls SSFL
(NB all matches kick off at
Tranquility v St Francois, Tranquility
Bishop’s PoS v Holy Name, Bishop’s
St Joseph’s v Providence, St Joseph’s
El Dorado East v St Augustine, El Dorado
San Juan North v St George’s, San Juan
Toco Secondary v Arima North, Toco
Mayaro v Fyzabad, Mayaro
Siparia East v Debe, Siparia
Signal Hill v Bishop’s Tobago, Signal Hill
Roxborough v Mason Hall, Roxborough
Scarborough v Speyside, Shaw Park
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