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SSFL: QRC Holds Off Signal Hill Secondary

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In the Secondary Schools Football League, Fyzabad Secondary was punished for using two ineligible players whose academic documents were found to be falsified.

Well Coach Brian Williams, the former Strike Squad star, resigned his position when he found out about the situation.

But on the field, St. Anthony's climbed into second place with a big win at San Juan, edging them 3-2.

But the biggest winner on the day were the boys from QRC who held off Signal Hill Secondary for a big 4-2 success.

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