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Pleasantville capture Girls’ South Zone crown

Friday, November 24, 2017
Pleasantville Secondary School girls’ football team pose after beating Penal Secondary 3-0 at the InterCol South Zone Final at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

The girls from Pleasantville Secondary can add the CocaCola InterCol South Zone title to the Big 5 title they won on Monday, following a 3 nil win against Penal Secondary yesterday, at the Mannie Ramjohn stadium in Marabella.

Jasandra Joseph, Aalyeh Pascal, and Kimberly Stewart were all on the score sheet for the team from Coconut Boulevard, San Fernando.

Joseph opened the scoring, following a great individual show of skill and composure, and continued the onslaught for her team just four minutes later when she won a penalty after being brought down in the box by Penal’s captain, Jhaney Simon.

Aaliyah Pascal, who secured the Big 5 title for the team on Monday, stepped up to convert the ensuing spot kick, firing a shot past the hopeless Jamilla St. Clair.

Pascal would then register an assist, as she whipped in a corner, St Clair spilled, and the ball fell kindly to Kimberly Stewart who sent a strike into the back of the net.

Elsewhere, Bishop Anstey defeated Tranquility 2-0 in the CocaCola InterCol North Zone Final, which took place at the Fatima grounds.


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