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BDO School League wraps up with 3 finals today

-action begins at 3pm at Millicent Mercer Recreation Grounds in Baughers Bay
Michael Palladino smashed his way into the record books with a three minute, three goal salvo for St George's as they beat ASPS 4-1. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Jerome Parkins put a stop to any St George's come back with a penalty save from Michael Palladino as First Impressions ran out 7-0 winners in the semi final clash. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Jerome Parkins put a stop to any St George's come back with a penalty save from Michael Palladino as First Impressions ran out 7-0 winners in the semi final clash. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Gethin Jones takes a shot from a difficult angle on his way to a two goal performance for Cedar Green against Cedar White in the BDO U12 semi final. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Gethin Jones takes a shot from a difficult angle on his way to a two goal performance for Cedar Green against Cedar White in the BDO U12 semi final. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Today, Wednesday December 2, 2015, will see the conclusion of the BVI Football Association’s (BVIFA) BDO Primary School League with three finals being contested at the Millicent Mercer Recreation Grounds in Baughers Bay.

First up will be Robinson O'Neal Primary School against First Impressions in the U7 final at 3pm.

Bregado Flax Primary of Virgin Gorda will then clash with St George’s Primary in the U9 championship after which Cedar Green ‘G’ will take on First Impressions in the U12 final.

The presentation of trophies will immediately follow the last game.

First Impressions were the last to confirm a place in the finals when they beat St Georges 7-0 in the U12 semi final on Tuesday December 1, 2015.

Jalen Prentice netted twice, as did Nathan Adams and Justin Smith, whilst the other score was off an own goal.

St George’s had overcome Althea Scatliffe Primary School (ASPS) 4-1 in the quarter-final on Monday, when Michael Palladino had netted the fastest hat trick in school league football.

His first came in the opening minute and he had scored three inside the first three minutes to devastate ASPS, who battled bravely to get back into the game, but were no match for Palladino and his team mates on the day.

Cedar Green ‘G’ had booked their place in the final with a comfortable 3-1 victory against Cedar White after Gethin Jones netted twice and Azarni Callwood once.

Nikki Haycraft lifted the spirits of his team, but his strike came too late in the game.

On Thursday December 3, 2015 the High School League closes out at Greenland Playfield, when Elmore Stoutt High School and Bregado Flax go head to head in an exhibition game before the trophy presentations.

3 Responses to “BDO School League wraps up with 3 finals today”

  • one eye (02/12/2015, 09:22) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    just love to see the children playing this sports
  • winners (02/12/2015, 09:46) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    First Impressions....Lets do this!!!!!!!!
  • Proud (02/12/2015, 12:49) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Proud of the youths both male and females as they conquer the sport. As the parent of the one of the players, it gives me great joy to see the accomplishments. Keep it up all youths. Job well done for all teams.


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