Havana Ramdeen and Britanny Mahabir played key roles in helping Holy Name Convent School cop the North Intercol title in the Coca Cola Girls Intercol final on Sunday at St Mary's Ground in St Clair, Port-of-Spain.
Ramdeen, who scored a double in Holy Name's semifinal 5-0 win against last week, again netted a pair of goals so too her teammate Mahabir to see their team to a comfortable 7-2 victory over Bishop Anstey.
Shaday Grell, Analeisse Arneaud and Charlize Hood each scored one for the champion team against a tough Bishop Anstey unit.
Down South, Pleasantville Secondary repeated as champion of that zone with a cool 7-2 win over Fyzabad Anglican at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella.
In Central, Carapichaima East also retained its Intercol crown, defeating Miracle Ministries 2-1 in the title-match.
The champions in the other two zones will be decided later this week with Five Rivers facing off against El Dorado East in the East final at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Arima 1.30 pm and on Saturday, Signall Hill will battle Speyside in the Tobago final at a venue to be announced.
Today, the Five Rivers and Holy Name Convent will face off for the Girls Under-15 national title at Bishop East in Trincity from 3 pm.
Holy Name 7 (Havana Ramdeen 2, Britanny Mahabir 2, Shaday Grell, Analeisse Arneaud, Charlize Hood) vs Bishop Anstey 2
Pleasantville 7 vs Fyzabad Anglican 2
Carapichaima East 2 vs Miracle Ministries 1