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BDO School League semi-finals all set

Felix Walters (right) of Alexandrina Maduro Primary School U12's scored all six goals for his team in the 6-1 win over Claudia Creque on Saturday February 18, 2017. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Teams have been battling furiously to secure one of the four spots in each age group and qualify for the knock out stages of the BDO Primary School League. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Teams have been battling furiously to secure one of the four spots in each age group and qualify for the knock out stages of the BDO Primary School League. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – As the BDO Primary School League reached the end of the regulation season, teams have been battling furiously to secure one of the four spots in each age group and qualify for the knock out stages.

In the U12’s, St George’s suffered a 1-0 defeat to Joyce Samuel, with the only goal of the game coming from Jesse Cockburn and Cedar White made strides up the standings with victories, both 2-1, against Alexandrina Maduro and Pelican Gate.

Johan Block scored twice against AMPS and was also on hand to fire home the winner against Pelican Gate after Jalen Cameron had cancelled out Dylan Clines opener for Cedar. St Georges were also held 0-0 by Ciboney/Robinson O’Neal, but beat Jost Van Dyke, 2-0, on goals from Jefferson Frank and Adrian Padilla.

JVD and Pelican shared the points in a 1-1 draw with Mark Morris scoring for JVD and Tyler Franks netting the equaliser. An Own Goal by Claudia Creque handed Pelican Gate three points, Cedar Green, also beat Ciboney/Robinson O’Neal, 3-0, on a hat-trick by Alex Salter.

Walters’ goal spree

AMPS beat Claudia Creque 6-1 with all the goals scored by Felix Walters and BFEC also beat CC, 6-0, with goals from Joel Mars, Jaden Abrams (2), Andres Bailey and Javelo Woodley (2).

The semi-final line up sees Cedar Green against Cedar White and Althea Scatliffe facing Bregado Flax on Wednesday March 1, 2017.

In Under 9 Group A, Alexandrina Maduro beat Joyce Samuel Primary, 2-0, with Omari Simmons finding the net and JSPS contributing to their own down fall by scoring an own goal, Althea Scatliffe Red then beat AMPS, 2-1, with goals from Malik Fenton and Amos Pollard but First Impression top group A, followed by JSPS, AMPS and Cedar Green.

In Group B games, Robinson O’Neal finished their season with 10 wins and 30 points after a 4-0 victory against Cedar White, thanks to a brace from Kyle Farrington and one each from Jaadon Quashie and Te’Mauri Isaac.

Montessori claimed a semi-final berth with a 4-0 win over Pelican Gate, with goals coming from Sam Potgeiter, Noe Pyranet and Tino.

The semi-final line up sees Robinson O’Neal against Cedar Green, as well as First Impressions playing Althea Scatliffe Maroon on Tuesday February 28, 2017 also on the ASPS playing field.

The Under 7 league is complete with Cedar Green cementing third place with a 1-0 win over Claudia Creque, thanks to a goal from Ethan Singh.

The semi-final line up sees Montessori play Bregado Flax and Cedar Green against First Impressions on Monday February 27, 2017 at Althea Scatliffe School.

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