Race for top four of SSCL Premiership still on
THE race continues for the top four Secondary Schools’ Cricket League (SSCL) Premiership spots as six teams are on 24 points each, heading into round four on Tuesday.
Current Secondary Schools’ Cricket League (SSCL) Premiership leaders Presentation College Chaguanas, Naparima College, St Benedict’s College and Vishnu Boys’ have all won two of their three matches played and are all level at the top.
However, ‘Pres’ (+1.295) holds the superior net run rate followed by ‘Naps’ (+1.801), the La Romaine Lions (0.894) and Vishnu Boys (+0.464).
Additionally, fourth and fifth ranked Fatima College and Presentation San Fernando are also on 24 points each having won both of their two matches played so far.
Shiva Boys Hindu College (12pts), St Mary’s College (eight pts) and Hillview College (six pts) round off the SSCL table.
In Tuesday’s matches, Presentation Chaguanas will be hoping to capitalise on cellar-placed, Hilview’s current run of form. ‘Pres’ only loss came last week against their “brother school” in San Fernando while Hillview are yet to notch a win in their two matches played.
Naparima are on a bye this week. St Benedict’s will be hoping to hand Shiva Boys their fourth consecutive defeat at Inshan Ali Grounds in Preysal, Vishnu Boys welcome Fatima at Endeavour Grounds in Chaguanas while CIC plays host to ‘Pres’ Sando at the College Grounds.
Also, six matches bowl off in the North and South Championships on Tuesday.
Today’s SSCL Schedule
Pres Chaguanas vs Hillview at Gilbert Park, California
Vishnu Boys College vs Fatima College at Endeavour Grounds, Chaguanas
St. Mary’s College vs Pres Sando at CIC Grounds, Port of Spain
St. Benedict’s vs Shiva at Inshan Ali Park, Preysal
North Championship C/SHIP
Toco vs Trinity East at Curepe
Manzanilla vs Tunapuna at Dinsley
QRC vs El Do East at QRC
Asja Sando vs St. Stephen’s at Cunjal
Asja Charlieville vs Couva East at Marchin Grounds
Princes Town West vs Miracle Ministries at Moruga Youth Facility
"Race for top four of SSCL Premiership still on"