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Cedar Green & SDA battle to draw in BDO School League

- wins for Joyce Samuel, ESHS & BFEC
The top of the group clash between Cedar Green and Seventh-day Adventist School U12’s ended all square at 1-1 when action in the BDO Primary School Football League continued this week. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
After squandering a trio of good first half chances against Seventh-day Adventist School, Cedar Green finally went ahead through Azarni Callwood late in the second half. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
After squandering a trio of good first half chances against Seventh-day Adventist School, Cedar Green finally went ahead through Azarni Callwood late in the second half. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
SDA kept going and got their reward inside the last two minutes when Elijah Davies equalised after a goal mouth scramble. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
SDA kept going and got their reward inside the last two minutes when Elijah Davies equalised after a goal mouth scramble. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – The top of the group clash between Cedar Green and Seventh-day Adventist School U12’s ended all square at 1-1 when action in the BDO Primary School Football League continued this week.

After squandering a trio of good first half chances, Cedar finally went ahead through Azarni Callwood late in the second half. However, SDA kept going and got their reward inside the last two minutes when Elijah Davies equalised after a goal mouth scramble.

Joyce Samuel Primary beat Enis Adams

In other U12 games, Joyce Samuel Primary beat Enis Adams 3-0. Khiri George scored twice and Brandon Benjamin once.

St George’s then whipped First Impressions 4-1. Xiomar Gun netted a double and Michael Pallandino and B’John Christopher scored one each.

Cedar White left it late to win 2-1 after Wayne Reid put Pelican Gate ahead. An own goal leveled the match in the last 5 minutes and Alex Fox scored the winner with two minutes to go.

In Under 9 play, Montessori drew 1-1 with St George’s. Giovanni Baptiste opened the scoring in the 15th minute and Christian Vanterpool equalised.

Montessori were then indebted to a cool Sam Potgeiter penalty kick in the 20th minute to secure a 3-2 victory over Althea Scatliffe Primary School (ASPS) 1. Giovani Baptiste put CHMS ahead in the 12th minute before Mario Carter equalised for ASPS 1 in the 15th minute.

Baptiste then restored the lead for Montessori, only to see Carter level once again, before Potgeiter sealed the points from the penalty spot.

ASPS bounced back with a 2-0 win against Pelican Gate, with Carter again scoring twice.

Seventh-day Adventist School then beat Pelican Gate 1-0, courtesy of a 7th minute strike from Kevon Glasgow.

High School action

In Open High School Boys action, Elmore Stoutt High School beat St George’s Secondary 2-0 on goals from Phillip Jules and Kedesh Talla. Cedar beat SDA 7-0. Leo forte hit four, Liam Blok 2 and Noel Maxwell one.

In Under 15’s, Bregado Flax beat St George’s 4-0, with Khemron Tillack notching a hat trick and Kyreek Gardiner scoring one.

Cedar White were powered to a 7-1 rout against ESHS, thanks to Luca Reich’s four goal salvo. Alejandro Santos with one and Liam Blok with a brace rounded out the scoring whilst Marcus Butler scored for ESHS.

In the Girls Tournament, ESHS beat SDA 8-0, with hat tricks from Morgan Creque and Sheneice St Jean, whilst the other two came from Laresha Martin.

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