Agboola Silverthorn

GOT THE WINNER: Agboola Silverthorn, seen in action for Trinidad and Tobago, scored against Exiles at the death to win the Senior Division KO title for Rainbow on Sunday. --Photo: Rugby Americas North (RAN)

SIMON NAVARRO kicked in 15 points and Harvard were held scoreless in the second half as Trinidad Northern recovered from a 12-point deficit to beat the Woodbrook squad 35-22 and claim the Marcus Minshall Cup, Saturday afternoon at the Queen’s Park Savannah.

Trailing 10-22 after the opening 40-minute period, Northern strangled Harvard’s offence and Navarro accounted for 10 of their 25 points in a brilliant second-half display, turning the game on its head to take the Premier Division knockout title in convincing fashion.

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