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Better than all the rest

Nowhere to go – Providence (in red) close in on the Vauxhall Primary’s mid-fielder.

Nowhere to go – Providence (in red) close in on the Vauxhall Primary’s mid-fielder.

A number of teams are starting to emerge as possible quarter-finalists, boasting unbeaten records and looking definite picks for the business end of the Bico-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Football Tournament that is just over a month from completion.

West Terrace, Cuthbert Moore, Arthur Smith, Hilda Skeene and All Saints Primary are among the schools that have been in dominant form. Defending champions St. Gabriel’s have already tasted defeat and will be looking to make a surge within the coming weeks.

Barbados TODAY was on the trail of the youngsters again today and brings a pictorial review of the action from Bagatelle, St. Thomas and Briar Hall, Christ Church where West Terrace, Good Shepherd, Welches Primary, St. James Primary, Providence, Vauxhall Primary, Wills Primary and St. Christopher’s Primary were among the schools in action.

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