News day / The four teams will have an extra week’s preparation however, to accommodate the goodwill visit of Canadian team Yeti Rugby Club which will use the League’s regular venue at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain.

In the final round of preliminary matches on March 15, St James Secondary leapfrogged Bishop B for the lead in the standings after scoring a 17-5 win over their previously unbeaten rivals in the competition.

Keryce Baptiste continued to be an attacking force for Bishop B but her single try was wiped away by Pateia Paul’s double for St James while Jade Husbands scored one conversion.

Both teams finished with five wins and a defeat from six matches in regular league play but while they ended tied on 21 points, St James boasted a superior points difference.

Bishop A team came in third with 18 points from six matches after shutting out Holy Name Convent 20-0. Imanuel Francis scored three tries and Maya Ours scored the other.

Providence Girls, who were on a bye on the final day, round off the top four with 15 points.

Bishop’s Centenary College missed out despite a 15-0 win over Holy Name B as they could only muster 12 points in league play.


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