Facebook
go here
cnews
Friday, 20 October 2017 17:08

SSFL: QRC Holds Off Signal Hill Secondary

Rate this item
(0 votes)

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.

Read 160 times Last modified on Friday, 20 October 2017 18:50
  • C SPORTS
  • C SPECIALS
  • Press Releases
One of this country's top strength coaches has decided to offer national athletes free appraisals, as he believes they
The battle for second place in the TT Pro League is more or less sewn up by W Connection who gained three valuable
Arima Boys Government and Scarborough RC were victorious in the Atlantic Primary Schools Boys and Girls Under-15
The stand-off between the Super League and the Referees Association is set to continue, unless the TTFA intervenes.
W Connection stayed in second place behind North East Stars after knocking off former champs Central FC 3-1, while San
Shiva Boys put all their recent troubles behind them to take out another big fish in local schools football. After
  • 1
  • 2
bottom
Top