Ramish and Leela
Thursday, 19 October 2017 18:15

SSFL: St. Benedict's In 3-2 Win Over Trinity College-Moka

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The inclement weather forced the postponement of three matches long before the scheduled kick-off in the Secondary Schools Football League today.

Leaders Naparima College had their trip to Fyzabad called off, as did Fatima and Presentation College-San Fernando, as well as the Shiva and St. Mary's College clash.

But there was play in Moka, where Trinity College hosted St. Benedict’s College, with both seeking some crucial points.

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