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Thursday, 26 October 2017 15:19

SSFL Thrillers

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A resurgent Queen's Royal College held the League leaders Naparima College to a 2-2 tie, but second and third placed St. Anthony's and Presentation College-San Fernando failed to take advantage on the field of play after a thrilling 3-3 tie in Westmoorings.

But the Tigers still celebrated a win as their protest against Shiva Boys for using Kierron Mason against them, despite not being fully registered, saw the Tigers climb to the top of the table tied with Naps on points, but with a superior goal differential.

But they had their hands full on a muddy field in Westmoorings against a determined Presentation College outfit.

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