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Ramish and Leela
Thursday, 21 September 2017 20:35

Naps & Tigers Draw

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Naparima College and St. Anthony's College played to a two-all draw at the Tigers home ground in Westmoorings as action continued in the Secondary Schools Football League.

It would be the visitors from the south who took a 34th-minute lead. The ball played into the box and Captain Rondell Payne got his head to it to silence the Tigers crowd. Naps got 1-nil at the half.

Naps doubled their lead in the 49th-minute. Again the ball played in the air causing problems for the Tigers, this time Renaldo McIntosh got on the end of the cross to give the boys in blue their second of the match.

The game took a dramatic turn when Naps captain and goal scorer Rondell Payne was sent off by referee Nicholas Murray. That left Jodel Brown with the task to pull a goal back from the spot and that he did.

And as faith would have it, the Tigers were awarded a free kick on the 75th and National Youth Standout Che Benny took the responsibility and delivered, earning the Tigers a share of the points with Naps in an entertaining two-all draw.

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