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A clear leader may materialise in the
North Zone today when the top three
teams take on teams in the lower half of
the standings in the most competitive zone
in this season s BGTT First Citizens Sec-
ondary Schools Football League, in the
second match day of the second round of
St Mary s College and St Anthony s Col-
lege, separated only by goal-difference share
the top position with 16 points each. Both
teams have shown themselves to be the
league s most serious title contenders, losing
just one and drawing one match each after
seven matches. St Mary s will take on
fourth-placed Fatima College at St Mary s
College Ground from 3.45 pm, the same
time as all other matches in the five zones.
The two teams met last month, with the
Saints taking the edge in a 4-3 victory over
Fatima. Chinua Bernard, St Mary s leading
scorer bagged the winning goal and his sec-
ond in added time, in that triumph for the
Meanwhile, a plucky Diego Martin North,
despite sitting second from bottom, has
proved to be a thorn in the side of some
of the top teams in the zone, scoring goals
against every team but East Mucurapo.
Diego Martin and St Anthony s are sched-
uled to do battle tomorrow. The first leg
between Diego Martin and St Anthony s
ended in a 3-1 win for the visiting Tigers.
In other zones, Central s Big-Five cham-
pion Carapichaima East, the only team with
an unblemished record this season will be
seeking its seventh win in as many matches
when it hosts second-from-bottom, Vishnu
Boys Hindu College.
South leader, Presentation College San
Fernando is also unbeaten and holds a five-
point gap between itself and second-placed
Shiva Boys. Pres will meet rock-bottom
Pleasantville. In the East, St Augustine,
which is six points clear over El Dorado
West meets fourth-placed Arima North.
Two matches will be played in Tobago,
including Speyside s trip to Mt Pleasant to
face sixth-placed Bishop s high.
Four different players were on target as Moriah
Youths held off Federal Northside 4-3 to maintain
a one point lead at the top of the ten-team table in
Division One of the Tobago Football Association
Championship Division on Thursday.
The quartet of Sheldon Boxhill, Eldon Paul, Kieff
Roberts and Cha Burris netted one each while North-
side got its goals through Andell King, Brendon Hors-
ford and Juma George.
The win saw Moriha improved to 22 points from
11 matches, one ahead of Earlbrokes which defeated
Goodwood 3-1 while Buccoo Ball Park also won 3-
1 over Charlotteville Unifiers.
Moriah Youths 4 (Sheldon Boxhill, Eldon Paul, Kieff Roberts,
Cha Burris) vs Northside 3 (Andell King, Brendon Horsford,
Earlbrokes 3 (Norlan Orr, Henson Charles, own-goal) vs
Goodwood 1 (Mark Agard)
Buccoo Ball Park 3 (Atiba Roberts, Kerwyn Roberts, Rondel
Kendall) vs Unifiers 1 (Arnold Beckles)
Hills Utd vs Leeds Utd, Patience Hill, 3.30pm
Youth Stars vs Black Rock, Richmond, 3.30pm
HV Milan vs Signal Hill Utd, Shaw Park, 5pm
Marabella Family Crisis Centre and Petrotrin
Palo Seco took a major step toward advancing to
the Southern Football Association League Cup
final with victories in their first-leg semifinals
at the Palo Seco Velodrome on Thursday night.
In the opener, Marabella Family meets Pt Fortin
and two hours later Petrotrin Palo Seco tangles
with Big Dreams United with the return legs set
fo October 10.
In the night s first match, Marabella used goals
from Stephon Campbell, Patrck Pierre and Shavon
Frederick in their 3-1 whipping of Pt Fortin which
got its lone reply from Mervyn Frederick.
Petrotrin Palo Seco was much more emphatic
with Jamal Ayres scoring a beaver-trick as Tigana
Sparks, the other in a 5-2 thumping of Big Dreams
United. Nigel John got both items for the losers.
The secopnd-leg matches will take place on
Thursday at the same venue.
Meanwhile, the Executive Cup quarterfinals will
kick off today with Pt Fortin meeting University
of T&T at Mahaica Oval, from 3.45 pm and Rangers
hosting Cedar Hill United at Diamond Ground.
Tomorrow, the two remaing matches will be
contested with Siparia Spurs at home to Petrotrin
Palo Seco and Penal All Stars entertaining Valley
Line, both from 3.45 pm.
The semifinals are carded for October 15, and
the final two days later.
Marabella Family CC 3 (Stephon Campbell, Patrck Pierre,
Shavon Frederick) vs Pt Fortin CC 1 (Mervyn Frederick)
Petrotrin Palo Seco 5 (Jamal Ayres 4, Tigana Sparks) vs Big
Dreams Utd 2 (Nigel John 2)
Thursday October 10 (Second-Leg):
Big Dreams vs Petrotin Palo Seco, 6pm
Pt Fortin CC vs Marabella Family CC, 8pm
SFA EXECUTIVE CUP QUARTERFINAL FIXTURES:
Pt Fortin vs UTT, Mahaica Oval, Pt Fortin, 3.45pm
Rangers vs Cedar Hill United, Diamond Ground, 7pm
Siparia Spurs vs Petrotrin Palo Seco, Siparia rec ground,
Penal All Stars vs Valley Line, Penal, 3.45pm
Clear leader expected
in SSFL's N Zone today
St Anthony's v Diego Martin
East Mucurapo v QRC, Fatima
St Mary's v Fatima, St Mary's
St Augustine v Arima North, St
Valencia v El Doreado East,
El Dorado West v Trinity East, El
Naparima v Shiva Boys,
Presentation San/do v
Pleasantville, Union Hall
Mayaro v Princes Town, Mayaro
Carapichaima East v Vishnu
Chaguanas North v
Presentation, New Settlement
Couva West v Tabaquite, Ato
Bishop's High v Speyside, Mt
Signal Hill v Goodwood, Signal
All matches kick off at 3.45 pm
Marabella, Palo Seco
SFA LEAGUE CUP SEMIFINAL RESULTS
TODAY'S CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES
Moriah Youths stay
ahead in Division One
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