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Earl Lovelace, award winning writer
Mungal Patasar, internationally celebrated musician
Brian MacFarlane, master mas man and designer
Richard Lewis, business leader and Chairman of the Council for
Competitiveness and Innovation
You are invited to attend and participate in this panel
discussion led by these four luminaries exploring the
theme of THE HUMAN IMAGINATION AT WORK as it
relates to their personal development and success.
Chaired by Dr. the Honourable Bhoendradatt Tewarie, this
panel discussion is one of many planned activities leading up
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The theme of the ACF VIII is "The Human Imagination at
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Senator Dr. the Honourable Bhoendradatt Tewarie,
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A PANEL DISCUSSION
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Defending Central Zone and national
"Big-Five" BGTT/First Citizens Secondary
Schools Football League champion, Cara-
pichaima East Secondary, will be confident
of maintaining its 100 per cent winning
record to start the season when it faces
Vishnu Boys at Frederick Settlement
Ground, Caroni from 3.45 pm.
Following their 5-4 win over Coca-Cola
national InterCol champion, St Anthony s
College, for the inaugural Ormond Gabriel
Trophy, the Leon Carpette-coached "Caps"
kicked off their zonal defence with 4-1
spanking of Tabaquite led by a double from
captain, defender Larry Brown a week ago.
Vishnu Boys were beaten 4-2 by former
perennial kings Presentation College of
Chaguanas and will be hard pressed to stop
the champion from a second victory.
Presentation College will have the advan-
tage of a match under its belt as it welcomes
Chaguanas North, which was on a bye on
the opening day due to its opponent, Couva
West not being ready to start the season
because of school repairs.
Today, Couva West will finally start its
campaign away to Tabaquite in the zone s
In the North Zone, former champion St
Mary s College will have a chance to take
sole possession of top spot when it entertains
Diego Martin North at St Mary s Ground,
The "Saints" with six points from two
matches are currently second on the table,
on goal-difference from three-time reigning
champion St Anthony s College which is
on a bye today ahead of their "Battle of the Saints"
on Tuesday at Westmoorings.
St Mary s will also be brimming with confidence
after clawing its way back from a 3-0 deficit to
register a 4-3 triumph in the match of the season
so far after eking out a 1-0 win over East Mucurapo
in its opener.
A short distance away from St Mary s Ground,
Queen s Royal College, coming off a 3-2 home loss
to another former champion, East Mucurapo will
look to rebound against winless Fatima College,
which also went under to St Anthony s 3-0 in its
opener while East Mucurapo host Malick at Fatima
In the East Zone, the "Green Machine" of St
Augustine will also be going after a third straight
victory to start the season when it welcomes Trinity
East at Warren Street.
The "Green Machine" blanked El Dorado East 2-
0 and followed it up by edging past Arima North
3-2 to take early charge of the table while Trinity
East after a first day bye, battled past El Dorado
West 3-2 on Wednesday to share second with Arima
North, El Dorado West and San Juan North.
In the two other matches, Arima North will have
a good chance to get back to winning away to winless
Valencia High at the Arima Municipal Stadium while
El Dorado East 2-0 victors over Valencia on Wednes-
day, is at home San Juan North in a very interesting
Down South, defending champion Presentation
College is on a bye today but sits atop the standings
with maximum six points, two ahead of Mayaro
which can go top of the standings with victory over
Shiva Boys at the BPTT Mayaro Resource Centre.
However, it will not be an easy task for Mayaro,
2-0 winners over Pleasantville in its opener which
was followed by a 2-2 draw with Naparima which
was shot-out 2-0 in its opener by Presentation.
In the two other South matches, Naparima goes
after its first victory of the season when it faces cel-
lar-placed Pleasantville at Guaracara Park, Point-a-
Pierre while St Benedict s and Princes Town also
seek a first win also at La Romaine.
Over in Tobago, pace-setters, Speyside can make
it three wins from as many matches when it travels
to Goodwood, one of three teams with one point.
The clash of the day in the zone will see former
champions, Scarborough, second with four points
at home to Signal Hill, a point behind while Pen-
tecostal Light & Life tackles Bishop s at Signal Hill,
and Roxborough entertains Mason Hall.
NB: All kick off at 3.45 pm
East Mucurapo vs Malick, Fatima Ground
QRC vs Fatima, QRC Ground
St Mary's vs D/Martin North, St Mary's Ground
Valencia vs Arima North, Arima Municipal Stadium
St Augustine vs Trinity East, St Augustine
El Dorado East vs San Juan North
St Benedict's vs Princes Town, La Romaine
Naparima vs Pleasantville, Guaracara Park, Point-a-
Mayaro vs Shiva Boys, Mayaro Resource Centre
Vishnu Boys vs Carapichaima East, Frederick
Presentation vs Chaguanas North, Presentation
Tabaquite vs Couva West, Tabaquite
Pentecostal L&L vs Bishop's, Signal Hill
Scarborough vs Signal Hill, Shaw Park
Goodwood vs Speyside, Goodwood
Roxborough vs Mason Hall, Roxborough
Caps' hunts third straight win
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