This Saturday’s match between Naparima College of San Fernando and St Anthony’s College of North-West Trinidad will decide the League Champions in Secondary SchoolBoys Football for 2014.
Yesterday the colleges swept to second victories in as many matches in the Big Four contest — Naparima handing Tobago champions Speyside High School a 5-2 beating at the buzzing Roxborough Sporting Complex in Windward Tobago while at Westmoorings in Trinidad St Anthony’s won a tense duel with San Juan North 4-3.
Naparima had beaten San Juan North 2-nil while St Anthony’s put away Speyside 3-nil when the Big Four Championship featuring the top three from the 14-team all-Trinidad Premier Divison and the Tobago champions, opened last weekend.
San Juan and Speyside meet at San Juan’s Bourg Mulatresse home ground Saturday afternoon while the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium is venue for the Naps/St Anthony’s showdown.
In tennis, Vaughn Wilson, who lost the hold on his national men’s singles tennis title without playing a match, is making ground in the doubles competition as the National Open Championships continue its late-evening rounds at the Nelson Mandela Park Courts St Clair just outside Port-of-Spain.
Wilson who reported difficulty in airline connection for his journey from Tobago to Trinidad for his Monday match is partnered by fellow Tobagonian Yohansey Williams for action in today’s men’s doubles….