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Trinity East hit Holy Cross for six

Trinity College East’s Liu Chin, centre, is tackled by Holy Cross’ Neil Walcott, right, in a Coca Cola Intercol East Zone quarterfinal at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima, yesterday. PHOTO BY ALLAN V. CRANE/CA-IMAGES.

Trinity East cruised into the East Zone semi-final round, of the Coca Cola Intercol, with a convincing 6-0 win over Holy Cross in the first game of a double-header at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima yesterday.

Mickel Orr registered a hat-trick for the Premier Division outfit, while Kurdell Sween notched a double and Romario Williams got the other.

In the latter game at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Valencia eliminated Five Rivers courtesy of a 3-1 scoreline. Jeremy Adolphus, Kurdel De Verteuil and Daniel La Croix were the goal-getters for Valencia, while Jamal Thompson got the lone item for Five Rivers.

Pleasantville and Point Fortin East registered contrasting victories in their South Zone quarter-final matches at the Mahaica Oval, Point Fortin.

In the opening fixture, Dillon Yearwood netted a hat-trick as Pleasantville blanked Fyzabad Anglican 5-0. Yearwood scored in the 65th, 66th and 76th minutes, while Sherwin Andrews (sixth) and Jishawn Joefield (80th) contributed one apiece.

However, Point Fortin East earned a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over Princes Town West in the second of back-to-back games at the Mahaica Oval.

Zidane Geoffroy put Princes Town West in front after 48 minutes before Tyrese Jones replied four minutes later. Brent Williams gave Princes Town West their second lead of the match, in the 61st, but Jones responded once again in the 69th.

The game had one final twist, as Stephan Joseph netted the winner, for Point Fortin East, in the 81st.

Presentation Chaguanas had an easy time in disposing of Couva East 4-0 at the Carapichaima East Ground. Kemuel Hagley, Veron Aqui, Joshua Bobb and Stephen Allang got their names on the scoresheet for Pres Chaguanas.

Today will feature five quarter-final matches, including double-headers in the North and Tobago Zones.

At the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, St Mary’s will oppose East Mucurapo from 1.30 pm while, two hours later, Fatima will face off against Malick.

In the sister isle, two games will be staged at Bon Accord with Bishop’s High tackling Roxborough at 3 pm and Signal Hill meeting Scarborough at 5 pm.

And, in the Central Zone, Gasparillo and Cunupia will square off, from 3.30 pm, at the Carapichaima East Ground.


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