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The International School of Port-of-
Spain pulled off a major upset at Satur-
day s final of the Girls Under-17 division
of the Digicel Secondary School Rugby
League, beating Bishops Anstey High
ISPS was a team of debutants, but fans
could not tell based on the thrashing the
rugger-girls placed on Bishops, making easy
work of their defence at the game played
at St Mary s College Ground, Serpentine
Road, St Clair.
The ISPS girls victory was being viewed
by many in that camp as retribution for
the boys team, in a similar age group, which
entered this year s competition as the
defending champion, but was, knocked out
during the semifinal round.
But the ISPS girls were not the only
school with changing fortunes on the day.
Competition in the Boys U-17 saw Bel-
mont Boys Secondary School end its report-
ed 20-year dry-spell to clinch victory 12-
5 against Fatima College.
Judging from the results at the end of
the U-14 game this was not Fatima College s
season. They were beaten by St Mary s Col-
lege 26-7. Fatima got the better of CIC
during the last three seasons.
Interviewed, Junior Arismandez, head
coach at (ISPS) said the results did not
come as a surprise to the technical team,
even though this was the girls maiden out-
ing in the tournament.
"We worked hard. The girls are very
green. They don t know anything about
rugby. So, we had to be drilling them like
three times a week and expose them to the
boys. I also coach the boy s team. They
played against the boys which would have
made their competitive spirit a lot better.
They came in for the fun of it. I took them
away from volleyball. They didn t sign up
Four different players were on target as San Fer-
nando Giants slammed Legends SC 4-2 to capture
the Southern Football Association Petrotrin Super
League on Saturday November 21.
For Giants , Kowyn Samuel, Odel Fitz-Allen, Kevin
Rouse and Aaron Andrews all scored while Matthew
Bartholomew got both replies for Legends.
The win carried Giants points tally to an unassailable
33 points from 14 matches, three six more than Erin
FC which it fell to 2-1 in its final match on Saturday
In other matches, Erin FC 2 got two goals from
Che Forbes in a 2-1 win over Bridge Force Utd which
got its lone item from Joel Phillip.
On Monday, Erin FC also edged Gasparillo Youths
1-0 on a strike from Al Sinclair while Club Sando
won by default from Legends SC.
Giants are also through the Executive Cup semifinals
after whipping Penal All Stars 4-1 with Fitz-Allen
and Samuel scoring two goals each while Club Sando
got the better of Legends SC 4-1 on penalty-kicks
in their quarterfinal after an entertaining 5-5 draw.
Today, in the first semifinal, Giants will come up
against Gasparillo Youths at Erin from 7 pm while
tomorrow Club Sando meets Erin FC at La Brea from
6.30 pm in the other semifinal.
SFA Petrotrin Super League:
Executive Cup quarterfinals:
San Fernando Giants 4 (Odel Fitz-Allen 2, Kowyn
Samuel 2) vs Penal All Stars 1 (Curt Hamilton)
Club Sando 5 Kevon Cumberbatch 2, Niamke Alphonso,
Akil Charles, Joel Adams) vs Legends SC 5 (Dane Paul
2, Matthew Bartholomew, Kellon Green, Idarryl Pope) -
Club Sando won 4-1 on penalty-kicks.
Final SFA Petrotrin Super League
Gasparillo Youths 14 7 2 5 39 21 23
PenalAllStars 14 2 3 9 19 51 9
Giants slam Legends for
SFA Super League title
ISPS girls, Belmont Boys reign as rugby stars
for rugby. They signed up for volleyball. I asked
them if they were interested because I gave the asso-
ciation the assurance that I was going to field a
team," he said.
Arismandez explained, "Most of these girls are
into basketball, too. It was a lot easier for me to deal
with the girls because they have good co-ordination,
their enthusiasm is very high and their discipline is
excellent. I am using this as a stepping stone for the
boys so that they could raise their level of the game.
They are just as new. The boys that graduated were
the core, so now I have new boys, but the girls were
a lot easier to train. The adapted quicker and their
response was 75 per cent better than the boys."
Justin Charlerie, head coach at St Mary s College
said it was not just that the U-14 team, won, but
more importantly how, it won. In recapping the per-
formance he made it clear the athletes delivered as
expected and even though the score line at the end
was 27-7 his defence did not falter.
"It was hard work by the boys. It could be attested
throughout the year, as we didn t lose a game, as
they boys came out every Tuesday and Thursday to
training and they put in the work. It was difficult
to keep up the momentum. We had two coaches
and 30 plus boys, because we had U-14 and U-17
training sessions. But it was the hard work of the
boys and the persistence in the training sessions and
the willingness to learn," he said.
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