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OCTOBER 5-11, 2016
Signal Hill Secondary scored their third
win of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary
Schools Football League Premier Division
season in style last weekend, as they showed
their fighting spirit in a 4-3 victory over for-
mer champions and league leaders St Antho-
ny s College.
Omarley James netted a double in the sixth and
23rd minute as the Hill stunned the home side
2-0 going into the interval at Westmoorings last
Saturday. Five minutes after the resumption, Akil
Frank added a third item against the stunned
But N Kosi Salandy pulled a goal back for the
hosts on the hour before national Under-17 mid-
fielder Che Benny (83rd) and Krishorn Alexander
(86th) gave the leaders hope of earning some
points in the match at 3-3.
However, the Tobago boys were not to be denied
on the day as Jelanie James then banged in a fourth
item three minutes from time as Signal Hill took
all three points.
Signal Hill (11 pts) moved into eighth spot with
the win while Shiva Boys Hindu College took
over the lead in the 15-team competition with a
2-1 win over Naparima College.
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RESULTS & STANDINGS
Signal Hill 4 (Omarley James 6th, 23rd, Akil Frank 50th,
Jelani James 87th) v St Anthony's 3 (N'Kosi Salandy
60th, Che Benny 83rd, Krishorn Alexander 86th)
San Juan North 2 (Tigana O'Brien, Tyrell Cameron) v
Fatima 2 (Andrew Abraham, Keyon Williams)
Fyzabad Sec 4 (Daviyd Jones 1st, 61st, Nashorn Simon
6th, 8th) v Trinity College 0
QRC 1 (Kalev Kiel) v Pleasantville 1 (Daniel Cowan)
Shiva Boys 2 (Junior Assoon 29th, Jerome Samuel
90+3) v Naparima 1 (Judah St Louis 2nd)
St Mary's 2 (Daniel Conocchiari 55th, Tyrese Spicer
57th) v East Mucurapo 1 (Zion Mc Leod 38th)
St Augustine 0 v Presentation (San F'do) 0
ABBREVIATED PREMIER DIVISION STANDINGS:
1. Shiva Boys 19 pts; 2. St Anthony's 16 pts; 3.Naparima
16 pts' 4. Presentation (San F'do) 16 pts; 5. St Mary's 12
pts; 6. Fyzabad Sec 11 pts; 7. San Juan North 11 pts; 8.
Signal Hill 11 pts; 9. Pleasantville 9 pts; 10. Fatima 8 pts;
11. St Augustine 8 pts; 12. Trinity Moka 7; 13. East Mucu-
rapo 4; 14. QRC 3; 15. St Benedict's 2
Signal Hill Police Youth Club representatives
"Dem Boys" emerged as champions of the Division
of Education, Youth Affairs and Sport s DYA Chal-
lenge 5 at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park two Sun-
The team of Berten Smith, Johnathon Baker, Kyheem
James, Tyshaun Noray and Jarreil Edwards tallied 162
points to take the title.
Eighty (80) youth groups from throughout Tobago bat-
tled each other in several novelty games for over $100,000
in cash and prizes.
While some games tested one s intellect, others were
down to physical strength and skills.
In the end, the Signal Hill team prevailed and walked
away with $20,000 and HP Touchscreen laptops. Taking
the second place prizes of $15,000 and Samsung Galaxy
S6 phones was the Pembroke United team with 149 points.
Third place was won by another Signal Hill Police Youth
Club team - Bio Hazard - with 125 points. For their efforts,
they received $10,000 and Dell Windows Tablets.
Winning the Best of the Rest category was Dem Boyz
Entertainment, who won smart watches. This was a cat-
egory for teams who did not make the cut to qualify for
the main prizes.
All monetary prizes are to be used for a community
This year s challenge was held under the theme "What
matters to Youth" and formed part of the Department of
Youth s 20th anniversary.
Buzz Concepts, out of Trinidad, known for hosting
sports and family days across the country, hosted the
games, while radio personalities Richard Trumpet and
Tim Tim were celebrity Emcees alongside Tobago s MC
Olympic and Paralympic champions Keshorn Walcott
and Akeem Stewart were on hand as guests of the event.
Spectators were given the opportunity to take pictures
and greet the national heroes. Walcott also participated
in few of the events while an unwell Stewart had to make
an early exit.
The Challenge follows several youth specific activities,
namely World of Work, International Youth Day and
Capacity Building Training. 2016 will end with Roundtable
Discussions and Youth Awards as DYA celebrates its 20th
Anniversary into June 2017.
Fierce battle in tug of war.
Teams getting ready for battle at DYA Challenge.
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