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MINISTRY OF THE PEOPLE AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
DIVISION OF AGEING
Public Open Forum
for Older Persons
Are you 55 years and over?
Do you want to know about the range of Social Programmes currently
available for senior citizens in Trinidad and Tobago?
Are you willing to share your concerns and ideas to help improve
the quality of life for older persons in your community.
All Senior Citizens, Retirees, Interested persons, Family Members,
Care-givers, NGOs, CBOs, FBOs are invited to attend.
Venue: Signature Hall - Lp#63 Main Road, Longdenville, Chaguanas
Date: Friday 13th September, 2013
Time: 10:00 am -- 3:00 pm
Interested Persons are asked to pre-register by calling 800-OPIC (6742)
After three weeks out of
action, second-placed Guaya
United will be keen to return to
winning ways, but will have one
of its toughest tests to date,
when it comes up against third-
placed Malabar FC in Super
League action at Guaya Recre-
ation Ground, Guayaguayare.
The match and all others today
will kick off at 4 pm.
Only one point separates Guaya
(22 points) and Malabar (21 points)
but Guaya has two matches in
hand. The newly promoted East-
ern Counties League champion
has won all but one of its fixtures
to date, being held to just one
draw in between.
Stokely Vale vs Bethel United,
Plymouth Recreation Ground, 4
Club Sando vs Real Maracas,
Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, 4 pm
FC Santa Rosa vs Defence
Force, UTT Ground, O'Meara, 4
Siparia Spurs vs 1976 FC
Phoenix, Palo Seco Velodrome, 4
Guaya United vs Malabar FC,
Guaya Recreation Ground, 4 pm
Joe Public vs Westside
Superstarz, Marvin Lee Stadium,
Macoya, 4 pm
WASA FC - Bye
Captain Larry Brown led from the front with
a double as reigning BGTT/First Citizens Sec-
ondary Schools Football League "Big-Five"
champions kicked off their Central Zone title
defence with a 4-1 whipping of Tabaquite at
Brown, a defender, opened the scoring on the
stroke of half-time for the Leon Carpette-coached
squad to lead 1-0 at the break.
Six minutes after the resumption, Tabaquite
drew level via Andre Gonzales but within eight
minutes Brown fired his team back into the when
he he slammed home a penalty-kick.
The match remained a tight one until nine min-
utes from full-time when Aaron Kennedy made
it 3-1 followed by a Joshua Eneau strike, two min-
utes later to join Presentation College of Chaguanas
which spanked Vishnu Boys 4-2 on Friday as early
leaders in the zone.
Down at Westmoorings, Intercol holders, St
Anthony s College also came away with a com-
fortable win, 3-0 over Fatima with strikes from
three different players.
At Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, the
Royalians, as Queen s Royall College are called,
edged promoted Malick Secondary 2-1 in the other
North Zone match, while in the East Zone, El
Dorado West clobbered newcomers Valencia 7-
0 led by a second-half hat-trick from Aaron
Auguste in the 46th, 47th and 80th minutes.
Keshorn Seecharan (14th, 19th) and Bryan De
Verteuil (60th, 75th) added two goals each in the
biggest win of the season so far.
In the lone South Zone match, hosts Mayaro
used strikes from Randy Hughes (43rd) and Moriba
Des Cartes (50th) to blank Pleasantville Secondary
Over in Tobago, Bishops High got a 75th minute
item from Shane King to registered a come-from-
win over Roxborough at Mt Pleasant.
In the other match played, Pentecostal Light &
Life and Goodwood battled to a 1-1 draw at Signal
Brown gets 'Caps' off
and running in Central
Trevin Latapy of St Anthony's College, left,
battles with Fatima College's Arvin Prescod for
the ball during their BGTT/First Citizens North
Zone Secondary Schools Football League match
at St Anthony's College Ground, Westmoorings,
yesterday. St Anthony's won 3-0.
PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS.
ST ANTHONY'S 3 (Kadeem Corbin 36th, Kwesi Allen 43rd,
Trevin Latapy 90+4 pen) vs FATIMA 0
QRC 2 vs MALICK 1
M AYA RO 2 (Randy Hughes 43rd, Moriba Des Cartes 50th)
vs PLEASANTVILLE 0
CARAPICHAIMA EAST 4 (Larry Brown 45th, 59th pen,
Aaron Kennedy 81st, Joshua Eneau 83rd) vs TABAQUITE
1 (Andre Gonzales 51st)
EL DO WEST 7 (Aaron Auguste 46th, 47th, 80th, Keshorn
Seecharan 14th, 19th, Bryan De Verteuil 60th, 75th) vs
BISHOPS HIGH 2 (Burton Patrick 29th, Shane King 75th)
vs ROXBOROUGH 1 (Junior Antoine 19th)
GOODWOOD 1 (Kyle Wright 17th) vs PENTECOSTAL
LIGHT & LIFE 1 (Jokaih Leacock 23rd)
Friday's late result:
ARIMA NORTH 5 (Kwesi Windsor 25th, 34th, Neveal
Hackshaw 56th, Thomas O'Neil 70th, Hakim Baird 79th) vs
SAN JUAN NORTH 4 (Anthony Downes 13th, 60th, Brent
Sam 23rd, Oneal McDowell 35th)
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