At Fatima ground, the relegated “Saints” produced their famed InterCol spirit to rally from a goal down at half time to oust the flagging Royalians from the competition.

Second half goals from Germell Dosithee (57th), Tyrique Huggins with a penalty (76th) and Harrison Parks (81st) put an end to QRC’s season, handing them their fourth straight loss.

However, things went according to the script in the other North Zone quarter-final yesterday in Maraval, where Premier Division survivors Malick Secondary completed a 2-0 win over another relegated side, Trinity College Moka. Zion Carpette and Nickell Alexander got the goals in the second half for Malick.

Over in Tobago, the other relegated Premier Division side, Speyside High School had no problems despatching Roxborough Secondary 8-1 in the first match of a Tobago Zone quarter-final double-header at Plymouth, Jelani James leading the way with a hat-trick.

Today, InterCol action will continue with a South Zone quarter-final double-header at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella, Defending national champions Naparima College play Rio Claro West Secondary from 3.30 p.m., while at 1.30pm, St Benedict’s College face Fyzabad Anglican Secondary.




North Zone

QRC 1 St Mary’s 3 (Germell Dosithee, Tyrique Huggins (pen), Harrison Parks)

Trinity Moka 0 Malick 2 (Zion Carpette, Nickell Alexander)

Tobago Zone

Speyside 8 (Jelani James 3, Deleon Beckles, Adriel George, C’el Toppin, Kael Moore, Kern McDonald) Roxborough 1

Mason Hall 2 Goodwood 2. Goodwood won 4-3 on spot kicks.


(East Zone)

San Juan North 7 Malabar 0

Arima North 1 Manzanilla 1; Manzanilla won 5-3 on spot kicks


Oct 31

(East Zone) Malabar 1 El Dorado East 0

Nov 1

(North Zone) Fatima 10 Blanchisseuse 1

Mucurapo West 0 Tranquillity 2

St Mary’s 5 Diego Central 4

Nov 4

(North Zone) Malick 13 Diego Martin North 1

Trinity Moka 3 St Francis 0


(South Zone) Rio Claro West 2 Princes Town West 0


West Indies head coach Phil Simmons said his team will be guarding against complacency the best way they know how—by focusing on improvement and building on what was done before.

A new approach to batting is beginning to pay dividends for Jermaine Blackwood.

Speaking to the media during a virtual press conference from Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester, yesterday, the Jamaican said his new outlook involves tempering his aggressive instincts and spending as much time as possible out in the middle.

Captain Jason Holder has attained the highest rating points by any West Indies bowler in 20 years, reaching a career-best second place in the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings after playing a crucial role in his side’s four-wicket victory over England in Southampton that helped take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

KEVIN MOLINO came on as a second half substitute and sparked Minnesota United to a 2-1 win over Sporting Kansas City (SKC) on Sunday night in Group D of the MLS is Back Tournament begin played in Orlando, Florida.

After a month’s training, new men’s national team head coach, Englishman Terry Fenwick, has cut his locally-based training squad into a 29-man ‘A Squad’ and a ‘B Squad’ comprised mainly of local players.