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Students of Tobago’s Scarborough R.C . Primary School had an
opportunity this week to observe the manufacture of yogurt, hard
candy and a scientific exposition in Trinidad as part of the first prize
in the Integrity Commission’s “Do Right Champions competition in
the Integrated Arts.” Scarborough R.C . emerged winner among all
Tobago Primary Schools in the fourth annual competition.
At the Benedictine Monastery at Mt. St. Benedict the monks
explained the production of local flavours of yogurt and soft drinks
while at the Diana Candy Company at O’Meara the students
witnessed the manufacture of their favourite candies and nut bars.
There was much excitement at the NIHERST Science Centre at
D’Abadie as students and teachers explored scientific applications of
biology, chemistry and physics. Before returning to Tobago the
students spent some time at the Trincity Mall.
The prize trip to Trinidad provided opportunity for the Integrity Com-
mission to remind students and teachers that real success is made up
of hard work, persistence, personal growth and ‘doing the right thing
past goalkeeper Adrian Foncette.
Forward Kareem Freitas, younger
brother of Rangers midfielder Sayid
Freitas, levelled Police 1-1 in the 25th
minute with his fifth goal of the season
in all competitions.
Freitas slid in at the back post to put
the ball over the line after a Jibri Mc
David right side cross was flicked
beyond goalkeeper Christopher Biggette.
It was downhill from there on for
Rangers, especially Biggette and his
Police utility player Christon Thomas
made it 2-1 in the 27th minute with a
cracker from 24 yards out to beat
Two minutes later and Biggette was
beaten again from distance when Make-
si Lewis executed a blast of his own,
for his first item on the night and a 3-
1 Police cushion.
Lewis got to his second for a 4-1
score four minutes before the break by
smashing the ball past Biggette at the
far post after Kurdell Brathwaite headed
on a Dylon King corner.
Brathwaite had started in midfield
in place of captain and veteran Todd
Ryan, who picked up an injury during
the pre-game warm-up.
It clearly didn’t affect the night for
Police although losing substitute and
scorer Anton Hutchinson to a successive
Lewis, from an Elijah Belgrave cross
in the 69 minute, completed his hat-
trick with his 11th goal in all compe-
titions this season before Hutchinson
made it 6-1 in the 73rd minute.
W Connection’s Jomal Williams and
San Juan Jabloteh’s Jamal Gay are the
only other two players to have scored
hat-tricks this season in all competi-
tions, while North East Stars’ Jomoul
Francois and Club Sando’s Kevon
Woodley are with a beaver-trick each.
Hutchinson, however, who replaced
Jasimar Ashers in the 46th minute, will
miss Friday’s clash with Club Sando
from 6 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium
in their final match before the Christ-
Hutchinson was issued a second yel-
low card two minutes after scoring for
a foul, reducing coach Richard Hood’s
Lawmen to 10 men.
Also on Friday at the Couva venue,
W Connection will tackle San Juan
Jabloteh from 8 pm.
The action continues tomorrow
before heading into the break. At the
Hasely Crawford Stadium, Defence
Force will face North East Stars from
4 pm prior to a 6 pm kick-off between
St. Ann’s Rangers and Point Fortin
Civic. Also, tomorrow, Morvant Cale-
donia United will take on Central FC
from 3:30 pm.
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Lewis scores third
hat-trick of the season
Round One Match Day Seven
Point Fortin Civic 1 (Shackeil Henry 10’)
vs Morvant Caledonia United 0; at
Club Sando 0 vs San Juan Jabloteh 6
(Ricardo Harriott 16’, Jamal Gay 27’, 65’,
73’, Fabian Reid 63’, Brent Sam 78’); at the
Ato Boldon Stadium
W Connection 0 vs Defence Force 2
(Ross Russell Jr. 41’, Devorn Jorsling 59’
penalty); at the Ato Boldon Stadium
Hasely Crawford Stadium
St. Ann's Rangers 1 (Jelani Peters 4’) vs
Police FC 6 (Kareem Freitas 25’, Christon
Thomas 27’, Makesi Lewis 29’, 42’, 69’,
Anton Hutchinson 73’); at the Hasely
North East Stars 1 (Own Goal 43’) vs
Central FC 0; at the Hasely Crawford
Today (Ato Boldon Stadium)
Club Sando vs Police FC—6 pm
W Connection vs San Juan Jabloteh—8
Saturday (Hasely Crawford Stadium)
Defence Force vs North East Stars—4
St. Ann’s Rangers vs Point Fortin Civic—
Larry Gomes Stadium
Morvant Caledonia United vs Central FC
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