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Paul, O’Brien trick Debe hockey boys
Jarry Paul and Jordi o’Brien both scored hat-tricks as St Mary’s College mauled Debe High 12-0 in the Boys’ division of the T&T Hockey Board Secondary Schools Outdoor League at St James Barracks, Western Main Road, St James on Wednesday.
Paul got his goals in the third, 29th and 35th minutes while O’Brien completed his treble in the sixth, 22nd and 24th minutes for the “Saints” who were beaten, 3-1 by Fatima College in their opener.
Zachary Clarke, Che Modeste, James Attieh, Craig Cockburn and Maleik Ross added one each in the lopsided win for the “Saints” who led 4-0 at the half-time interval of the 40-minutes match.
However, at the top of the table is Queen’s Royal College which followed up its 3-0 blanking of South East Port-of-Spain
with a 6-0 thrashing of newcomers, Woodbrook Government Secondary.
Leading the way for the Royalians were Ghardel Elcock (1st, 39th) and Kristien Emmanuel (27th, 30th) with two goals each while Jadel Poon-Lewis and Lyndell Byer, chipped in with one apiece.
Today, SEPoS girls and boys teams will hope for better fortunes when they come up against Providence Girls and Fatima, from 3.15 pm and 4.15 pm respectively
For the schools which have recently become involved in the TTHB’s Development Program the TTHB will host its Secondary Schools Minor-League Tournament on Friday March, 21, 2014 from 8am to 5pm at the National Hockey Centre, Tacarigua, for schools in the North, West and East Zones and at Debe High School, Debe for schools in the South and Central Zones.
The sponsors of this league are the Sport Company of Trinidad and Tobago and Blue Waters
St Mary’s 12 (Jarryon Paul 3rd, 29th, 35th, Jordi O’Brien 6th, 22nd, 24th, Zachary Clarke 16th, Jean-Luc Hinds 20th, Che Modeste 25th, James Attieh 26th, Craig Cockburn 33rd, Maleik Ross 34th) vs Debe High 0
QRC 6 (Ghardel Elcock 1st, 39th, Kristien Emmanuel 27th, 30th, Jadel Poon-Lewis 18th, Lyndell Byer 29th) vs Woodbrook Gov’t Sec 0
Girls: SEPoS vs Providence, 3.15pm
Boys: SEPoS vs Fatima, 4.15pm