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Coaching School share points in opening game

St. Clair Coaching School playing without two key players in Keon Boucher who was on national duty and Vernon Wilson who had another commitment had to settle for a share of the points in their opening game of the bmobile National Super League Promotional Play-off tournament.

Playing against Biche United in Trinidad, the Bertille St Clair coached team outplayed their opponents but had to settle for a goalless draw because they failed to capitalise on the numerous chances they created.

Coaching School was back to action yesterday (Thursday) in Trinidad against Petit Valley FC and will play Harlem Strikers in Trinidad on Sunday.

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