Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : October 7th 2015 Contents to get back to winning ways after
its 3-1 home loss to Shiva when it
tackles Speyside while St Anthony s,
which conceded a last gasp equalis-
er in a 3-3 draw with St Augustine
last time out, travels to Fatima Col-
lege, which is coming off a first win
this season, 3-0 against Trinity
In the other match on today,
Carapichaima East is at home to
Trinity Moka. All matches kick off
at 3.45pm unless otherwise stat-
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Having surged to the top of the
BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools
Football League (SSFL) Premier Divi-
sion with a 2-0 win over Speyside in
the last round of matches, new leader
San Juan North will now look to solidify
its hold on the top spot.
Currently San Juan North, third placed
finishers behind double-crown cham-
pions Naparima College and St Anthony s
College last year lead the 15-team table
with 18 points from eight matches, one
more than Presentation College of San
Naparima and fellow southerners Shiva
Boys are joint third with 16 points from
seven matches each followed by St Bene-
dict s College (14 pts), St Mary s College
(13) and the duo of St Anthony s College
and St Augustine Secondary, both with
11 points and still in the hunt for the
league and top four finish as well.
Today, San Juan North led by lanky
striker Brent Sam, scorer of both goals
in the win over Speyside to carry his
season tally to eight, will travel to Fyz-
abad, which is coming off a 1-0 loss to
Trinity College, Moka, to remain in the
bottom four with six points.
With Presentation on a bye, fellow
south schools Naparima, Shiva Boys and
St Benedict s can all move ahead should
they pick up full points over Trinity Col-
lege East, Queen s Royal College and St
Over in Tobago, St Mary s will hope
San Juan aims to stay top
as SSFL race heats up
FIXTURES & STANDINGS
Presentation College of San
Fernando's Kareem Riley, left,
and Queen's Royal College's
Keyshawn Villafana contest a
header in their 2015 BGTT/First
Citizens Secondary Schools
Football League Premier Division
at QRC Ground, St Clair on
Saturday. The match ended 0-0.
PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS
San Juan North
Pres San F'do
CarapichaimaEast 8 0 3 5 5 16 3
Today's (October 7) SSFL Premier
NB: All matches kick off at 3.45pm
Naparima vs Trinity East, Lewis
Street, San Fernando
Shiva Boys vs QRC, David Williams
Recreation Ground, Penal
Fatima vs St Anthony's, Fatima
Grounds, Mucurapo Road
Speyside vs St Mary's, Speyside
St Augustine vs St Benedict's, St
Fyzabad vs San Juan North,
Carapichaima East vs Trinity Moka,
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first aid kit on hand.
Monitor the radio for weather updates and evacuate immedi-
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Move your furniture and valuables to higher floors of your
home or place them high if possible.
Bring in all loose items from outside, like garbage cans and
yard furniture for safe keeping.
Turn off the main electrical switch and other utilities.
Place important documents and valuables in plastic and store
them in a safe place.
During the flood:
Do not walk through flowing water. Just six inches of moving
water can knock you off your feet.
Never attempt to cross a swollen stream, river or gully by
foot or vehicle. The force of these waterways can have deadly
If your vehicle stalls in rising water, abandon it immediately
and climb to higher ground. A mere two feet of water can
float a large vehicle, even a bus.
After a flood:
Clean and dry everything water-soaked.
Check appliances and motors for damage and do not use them
until they have been cleaned and dried.
Watch out for wild animals, snakes and centipedes.
Have your electrical wiring checked before turning on the
Purify water before using. Use chlorine bleach or water puri-
fying tablets. Boil tap water for ten minutes.
Are you ready for aflood?
Source: The T&T Red Cross Society
Floods are the leading cause of disaster-related death
in the Caribbean, but since most can be forecasted,
You should have time to prepare. Your Red Cross
urges You to get ready. There are simple steps You
can take to help protect Your family from a flood.
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