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Digicel T&T Pro League duo,
Japs North East Stars and Mor-
vant Caledonia AIA will be hop-
ing to avoid being early casualties
when the Toyota Classic kicks off
today with three round-of-16
At the Marvin Lee Stadium,
Macoya, Stars winners in 2012
and runners-up in 2010 will tackle
Super League outfit Siparia Spurs
in the feature match from 8 pm
in Group B.
Two hours earlier at the same
venue, Super League pair, Defence
Force and FC Santa Rosa lock
horns in Group D.
Down at the Ato Boldon Stadi-
um, Couva, Morvant Caledonia
United, which has never reached
the final faces a tricky tie in Super
League s 1976 Tobago Phoenix
from 6 pm.
Last season the Keith Jeffrey-
led Play Whe San Jabloteh defeated
Pt Fortin Civic 4-2 on penalties
following a 1-1 draw in the final
for the club s first title in six years.
This season, the Toyota Classic
will feature an increased champi-
ons prize of $75,000 while the
runners-up will receive $20,000.
Stars, Morvant Caledonia try to avoid upsets
Group A: Pt Fortin Civic, FC
Phoenix, Morvant Caledonia Utd,
Group B: North East Stars, W
Connection, Club Sando, Siparia
Group C: Guaya Utd, Marabella
Family CC, San Juan Jabloteh,
Group D: D/Force (Super
League), St Ann's Rangers,
D/Force (Pro League), FC Santa
Round of 16 matches:
Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva:
Morvant Caledonia United vs
Phoenix, 6 pm
Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya:
D/Force (Super League) vs FC
Santa Rosa, 6 pm
North East Stars vs Siparia
Spurs, 8 pm
Mahaica Oval, Pt Fortin:
W Connection vs Club Sando
(B2), 5.30 pm
Point Fortin Civic vs Central FC
(A1), 8 pm.
TOYOTA CLASSIC 2015
Afernee Joefield got the lone goal as host Pleas-
antville edged Chaguanas North 1-0 to secure
the third and final promotion spot from the
BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football
League (SSFL) Championship Division Big-Five
Going into the encounter Chaguanas North had
three points the same as Five Rivers while Pleas-
antville was bottom of the five-team level on two
points in the race to join already promoted East
Mucurapo and Signal Hill and Joefield s 58th
minute item proved to be decisive as the south-
erners jumped to five points.
The top three teams will now be promoted at
the expense of relegated trio Trinity College East
(East Zone), Carapichaima East (Central Zone)
and Speyside (Tobago) for the 2016 season.
Joefield fires Pleasantville
into SSFL Premier Division
Five different players were on target as Fyzabad
crushed Scarborough 5-1 in their BGTT/First Citizens
Secondary Schools Football League National Girls
Big-Four semifinal at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium,
Ray-ann Montano, Kadean Louison, Collette Morgan,
Tamara Johnson and Elise Simon were all on target
for the South Zone champions while Cherise Roberts
got Scarborough s lone reply.
Fyzabad will now face St Augustine in the National
Girls Big-Four final at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva
on Thursday from 3.30 pm.
St Augustine outclassed Diego Martin Central 5-2
on Thursday October 22nd, led by a Laurelle Theodore
hat trick in their semifinal at the Larry Gomes Stadium,
Pleasantville 1 (Afernee Joefield 58th) vs
Chaguanas North 0
Signal Hill 3 (Omarley James 37th, Kareem
Carter 56th, Antonio Pantin 90th) vs East
Mucurapo 1 (Isaiah Lopez 67th)
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Fyzabad girls set
up Gustine final
Blanchisseuse edges Diego
Martin in Inter-Col opener
Blanchisseuse set up a North Zone Coca-Cola
Inter-Col meeting with St Mary s College on Monday
after edging past Diego Martin Central 2-1 at Patna
River Estate Ground, Diego Martin, on Monday.
The preliminary round match was the lone encounter
played in the zone as the other between Tranquillity
and Malick was re-scheduled for today at the same
Diego Martin venue from 3.30 pm with the winner
to face St Anthony s College.
Also on today is two South Zone preliminary match-
es, with Princes Town West at home to Moruga, and
Siparia West meeting Vessigny at Palo Seco.
Tranquillity vs Malick, Patna/River Estate Grd, Diego
Princes Town West vs Moruga, Princes Town, 3.30 pm
Siparia West vs Vessigny, Palo Seco, 3.30 pm.
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