Nathaniel Babour

HUSTLED: Malick Secondary captain Nathaniel Babour, left, sets up to play the ball before St Mary’s national U16 player Abdul Qudoos Hypolite can close him down during their SSFL Premier Division match at St Mary’s Ground in St Clair on Wednesday. The ‘Saints’ won 2-1. —Photo: STEPHEN DOOBAY

With their nearest challengers on a bye, Naparima College will be aiming to consolidate their lead atop the Premier Division of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League when round six is played today.

Presentation College will sit out the round, so “Naps” have the chance to stretch their lead to at least three points when they go to Siparia to face fellow South Zone team Pleasantville Secondary.

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