Trinity College East moved up the Secondary School Football League (SSFL) standings yesterday after handing Carapichaima East their first defeat of the season in round three action at the Trinity College East ground in Trincity.
Trinity East took the lead in the first half with an own goal, before Nickell Orr doubled the team’s advantage with a 46th minute strike. Tyrese Williams scored a late goal in the 86th minute as Trinity East prevailed 3-0 to grab their first win of the season. With the win, Trinity East moved from 13th position to seventh place on the standings.
Fatima College also earned an upset win over Naparima College 2-1 to move from 14th to 10th on the standings. Mikhail McComie gave Fatima a 1-0 lead in the 24th minute at Fatima Grounds in Mucurapo. Ronaldo McIntosh equalised in the 38th minute as the teams were locked 1-1 at halftime.
The match seemed to be heading for a draw, but Justin Araujo-Wilson found the winner in the 84th minute to give Fatima their first victory of the 2017 season.
Defending champions Shiva Boys are now the only team with a perfect record this season, after defeating Fyzabad Secondary 2-0.
It was a tough day for the Tobago teams as Speyside High lost 2-1 to Trinity College (Moka) and Signal Hill fell 1-0 to St Anthony’s. In other results, San Juan North drew their third match of the season when they were held goalless by Queen’s Royal College, while St Augustine defeated St Benedict’s 4-2 and Presentation College San Fernando crushed St Mary’s 4-1.
Trinity East 3 (own goal, Nickel Orr 46th, Tyrese Williams 86th) vs Carapichaima East 0
Fatima 2 (Mikhail McComie 24th, Justin Araujo-Wilson 84th) vs Naparima 1 (Ronaldo McIntosh 38th)
Trinity Moka 2 (Keshorn St Rose 2) vs Speyside 1
St Anthony’s 1 (Krishon Alexander) vs Signal Hill 0
Shiva Boys 2 vs Fyzabad 0
QRC 0 vs San Juan North 0
St Augustine 4 vs St Benedict’s 2
Presentation College, San Fernando 4 vs St Mary’s 1.