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BDO U-7 semi-finals today

St Georges U12's (green) clinched a 1-0 win over Cedar White to confirm their place in the quarter-finals-finals. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
The semifinals of the BDO U7 School League take place at 4pm today, November 18, 2015 on the Althea Scatliffe Primary School field. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
The semifinals of the BDO U7 School League take place at 4pm today, November 18, 2015 on the Althea Scatliffe Primary School field. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
A player from St George's Primary School bravely heads the ball away from two opposing players of Cedar School. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
A player from St George's Primary School bravely heads the ball away from two opposing players of Cedar School. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - The semi-finalists in the BDO U7 School League have all been confirmed after the latest round of matches. Teams will now know who their opponents are on game day, today Wednesday November 18, 2015 when they will be pulled out of a hat.

Both semi-finals will be held on the field at Althea Scatliffe Primary School and will commence after the draw is made by the respective team coaches at 4pm.

Finishing at the top of Group A were Robinson O’Neal Primary, whilst Group B leaders were Cedar White. In Group C, First Impressions ended an impressive campaign in top spot and in Group D, Bregado Flax Educational Centre progressed to the post season knock out stages with an unbeaten record.

Results

In other recent games, Cedar White beat Enid Scatliffe Red 1-0 with Ethan Mohammed scoring the game’s only goal in the third minute, also First Impressions had a 5-0 romp over Enid Maroon on a two goal salvo from Blyden Aldridge and Jordan Smith. Tre Lake rounded off the goal spree in the 17th minute.

In Group B action, Montessori beat Enid Scatliffe Red thanks to a 5th minute penalty by James Tucker-Davies and in Group C, Cedar Green had a 2-0 win over Alexandrina Maduro, with goals from Neven Josipovic and Joshua Tobin, whilst over in Group D, BFEC drew 0-0 with Althea Scatliffe, whilst Alexandrina Maduro beat SDA 1-0, courtesy of a third minute penalty by Jaheim Bijai.

In BDO U9 action, SDA beat ASPS 3-0 on a brace of goals by Kevaun Glasgow and one from Andre Mundle. St George's also beat Pelican Gate 4-0 with a hat trick from Jefferson Frank and one from Christan Vanterpool. Begrado Flax recorded a 4-0 win over First Impressions with a goal each for Andres Bailey, Jaadon Quashie, Dremalachi Findlay and Emmanuel Ettiene.

All to play for in U12 Division

It’s all to play for in the U12’s as well with Cedar Green and First Impressions level on points at the top of Group A and Robinson O’Neal hot on their heels following a 5-0 win over Claudia Creque. Cameron Rhymer netted twice and there were further goals for Lekoy Lennard, Jahlam Millett and Shakoy O’Neil.

Cedar "J" Green went top of the group on goal difference with a 3-0 win over Althea Scatliffe Primary thanks to Alejandro Santos (2) and Johan Blok.

Cedar “G” Green put a dent in BFEC hopes of reaching the quarter finals with a 4-1 victory, on a brace of goals from Alex Salter. Cedar ‘J” Green cemented their place in the knockout stages with a 3-1 win over Althea Scatliffe, courtesy of two goals from Azarni Callwood and one from Ryan Lettsome.

Tight Group B

In Group B, Cedar Green and the Seventh-day Adventist School are locked in a battle for top place with Cedar narrowly ahead on goal difference, and in Group C, St George's confirmed their place in the quarter finals with a 1-0 win over Cedar White. The only goal of the game came from B’jon Christopher.

Cedar White could still progress as one of the best 3rd place finishers, whilst Jost Van Dyke still have a say in the final standings with two games in hand.

In High School U15 action, St George's beat Cedar School 4-2. An own goal gave Cedar the lead against the run of play before Jose Lopez equalized with a 20 yard free kick.

In the second half, substitute Michael Pallidino grabbed a quick fire hat trick to put the game beyond doubt, before Alex Salter scored a late consolation for Cedar.

3 Responses to “BDO U-7 semi-finals today”

  • ccc (18/11/2015, 10:23) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    They better hurry and build the statium in greenland
  • My $0.02 (18/11/2015, 10:24) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I just love to see these kids playing this sports
  • Proud mom (18/11/2015, 11:24) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    so proud to see St. Georges' players are doing their best. Congrats to them and to Cedar as they are both incredibly hard to beat. The kids love the sport and we should try our utmost to continue to promote and foster..yes a new playing field will accommodate this very well..hope this will be accomplished soon. Congrats kids...


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