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Cedar School firing on all cylinders in BDO Primary School Leagues

BVI Football Association BDO Primary School League 2018 teams in action. Photo: BVIFA
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - As the BVI Football Association’s BDO sponsored Primary School League continues, in the BDO U7 League, Bregado Flax Education Center (BFEC) relied on Liam Munn to overcome Enis Adams Primary School and Althea Scatliffe Primary School (ASPS) Red by a goal to nil, while Alexandrina Maduro Primary School (AMPS) Black drew 0-0 with AMPS Olive.

In the U9’s Cedar School lost 1-2 to AMPS and Agape as Jaheim Bijai put the visitors ahead before Blake Kirk equalised for Cedar and then Elijah Maduro netted the winner. Kirk though had a much better result in the game against First Impressions as he scored all the goals for his team in a 4-0 victory.

Robinson O’Neal drew 0-0 with ASPS Maroons.

In U12 action Cedar School hit Joyce Samuels (JSPS) for six with a hat-trick from Dylan Kline, two from Ryan Lettsome and one from Oli Henderson, while AMPS and Willard Wheatley/ Francis Lettsome (WWPS/FLPS)  drew 1-1 as Kymani Campbell cancelled out a 23rd-minute penalty from Shajahni Deport.

WWPS/FLPS also drew 0-0 with ASPS.

Elsewhere, Lewis Munn grabbed a hat-trick for Cedar in their 5-0 romp over First Impressions, with Kline and Niki Haycraft also on the scoresheet and BFEC beat JSPS 4-0 with Andres Bailey scoring twice, Joel Mars once and Jaden Abrams once.

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