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Paragon off to a flyer

 Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board Outdoor League Women’s Championship winners Paragon jumped to a winning start when the TTHB Big Four competition flicked off Wednesday night at the National Hockey Centre in Tacarigua 

Paragon edged Notre Dame 5-4 with national player Kristin Thompson leading the way with a double in their first round match. On the Men’s side,  newly-crowned outdoor champions Notre Dame were easily defeated by the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force 4-1. 

The Army/Coast Guard combination shot four straight. goals without a reply from Shane Legerton,  Nicholas Wren, Marcus James and MacAllister Estrada. The Dames’ Shaquille Daniel scored the consolation goal in the 57th minute. 

On Thursday, Petrotrin shut out outdoor league runners-up QPCC 4-0. Wayne Leger ton led with a double while Asia Whittington and Tristan Grant scored one a piece. And Shandy Carib Magnolias and Malvern battled to a 1-1 draw that night. Stacey Sui Butt’s 30th minute strike was neutralised by Krista Layne’s 56th minute effort.

 

TTHB Big Four results

 

Wednesday 

Notre Dame 1 (Shaquille Daniel, 57th) vs TTDF 4 (Shane Legerton 9th, Nicholas Wren 17th, Marcus James 28th, MacAllister Estrada, 35th)

Paragon 5 vs Notre Dame 4

 

Thursday 

QPCC 0 vs Petrotrin 4 (Atiba Whittington 11th, Wayne Legerton 45,57, Triston Grant 48

SC Magnolias 1 (Stacey SiuButt 30) vs Malvern 1 (Krizia Layne 56)

 

Today’s fixtures

Notre Dame v SC Magnolias,  2pm

TTDF v QPCC,  4pm

Malvern v Paragon,  6pm

Petrotrin v Notre Dame,  8 pm

All matches at National Hockey Centre

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