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National Status!!!


Congratulations to 3 members of Fatima College cricket team for achieving national status in the recently concluded 2023 season.


Joshua Davis, senior team captain of Fatima College, led us to 3rd place in the Secondary Schools Cricket League, Premiership Division (SSCL), in addition to the National Schools Intercol finals. Joshua also captained the North Zone U19 team as they brought home the zonal title. He continues to lead from the front with both bat and ball. With all these accolades under his belt, it is no surprise that he has been selected to captain the Trinidad and Tobago’s U19 team in the upcoming regional series to be played in July '23.


Josh’s leadership qualities are also apparent off the field as he is also a School Prefect at the College.


Joshua continues to keep good company as he is the second Fatima College student to captain Trinidad and Tobago in cricket, after Brian Lara.

Congratulations Joshua on your noteworthy accomplishments!

Below are his season's stats by competition:

Premiership

Batting 283 runs. 11 wks.



Zachary Siewah has been selected as a reserve to the Trinidad and Tobago National U19 team. Congratulations on this achievement


As the Vice Captain of the College’s senior team, Zac’s display of competence on both sides of the wicket led to a fantastic season scoring 277 runs, with an average 55.4 in the League, in addition to being a leading wicket taker, grabbing 16 wickets. Zac’s performance in the National Schools Intercol series played an integral part in getting the College to the finals.


Zac was also part the North Zone U19 team, which was triumphant in the Zonal tournament.


All the best to you Zac in the upcoming regional series.



Congratulations Niall Maingot on your selection to the Trinidad and Tobago National U17 team as the team’s wicket keeper/batsman.


Niall truly defines an all round cricketer as he had a fantastic season at the batting crease, behind the stumps and always answering the call to take wickets, bowling his right arm off breaks when needed. He scored 141 runs for the season, averaging 23.5.


At the zonal level, he represented North Zone in both the U17 and U19 teams, scoring another 196 runs, with an average of 39.2, and was a member of the victorious U19 team that brought home the trophy. Niall was also prolific in the outfield taking numerous game changing catches, stumpings and runouts throughout season.


Niall’s leadership transcends the cricket field as he is also the Vice Captain of St. Luke House.


We congratulate Niall Maingot on his selection and wish him a successful tournament.









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