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Goals galore in BDO & BVIFA High School Leagues

November 3rd, 2015 | Tags: ESHS BDO League High School League BVIFA Football
The BDO and BVI Football Association (BVIFA) School Leagues are continuing to build up steam with several high scoring encounters over the last week and some stellar individual performances. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Action in the BDO Primary School League. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Action in the BDO Primary School League. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Lorreal George scores for BFEC against Cedar School. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Lorreal George scores for BFEC against Cedar School. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Olivia Messum scores from the penalty spot for Cedar against BFEC. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Olivia Messum scores from the penalty spot for Cedar against BFEC. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI– The BDO and BVI Football Association (BVIFA) School Leagues are continuing to build up steam with several high scoring encounters over the last week and some stellar individual performances.

In BDO Primary School League U7 action this weekend, October 31, 2015, Robinson O’Neal beat Claudia Creque Educational Centre 3-0 with Kyle Farrington netting twice after Kejeal Telemaque opened the scoring.

Althea Scatliffe then beat Seventh-day Adventist by the same score-line, courtesy of a brace of goals by Othniel Gillings and one from Akeem Paddy.

Bregado Flax were indebted to Ayondre Findlay, who scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Alexandrina Maduro.

Hat-trick for Orett Kennedy

In U9 action, Orett Kennedy grabbed a hat trick in First Impression’s 3-0 win over Joyce Samuel Primary, Joel Mars netted for BFEC in the 1-0 victory over ASPS and AMPS won by forfeit against BFEC Girls.

In U12 Games, BFEC beat CCEC 2-0 with Cedric Mars Junior and T’Khoi Richardson both on the scoresheet, also Cedar Green and SDA drew 1-1 after Azarni Callwood’s opener for Cedar was cancelled out late on by Lijah Adams.

ESHS demolish Claudia Creque Educational Centre

In High School games, ESHS beat CCEC 8-1 in the Girls Division on a five goal salvo by Morgan Creque and a hat trick by Laresha Martin. Shauntae White scored for CCEC.

Also Cedar School bounced back from going a goal down to Bregado Flax, thanks to a double strike from Olivia Messum, to run out 4-2 winners.

Lilly Pierce and Alisha Ayres also scored for Cedar, whilst Kaylah Skelton and Lorreal George replied for BFEC.

In the High School Boys Open Division, Bregado Flax held on to beat SDA 2-1.

Kemron Tillack and Kreek Gardiner put BFEC two goals to the good before Denvin Jones pulled one back for SDA to set up a nervy few last minutes.

4 Responses to “Goals galore in BDO & BVIFA High School Leagues”

  • zoe (03/11/2015, 09:14) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    This sports have big money behind it
  • Voter Too (03/11/2015, 11:12) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    @Zoe,Are you making a statement or asking a question? Most schools in all the islands along with the MIN. of Sports or the local FA usually come together to have such league for the development of the sports and with some able sponsors they may be able to put on a league or two. So it is not all about the money but for the development of the sports, creating longlife relationships, socialising and the list goes on and on. At least it sometimes help some of the children to come out of the shells and be better individuals as most sports or pasttimes do. Keep up the good work BVIFA.
  • wondering (03/11/2015, 12:32) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    I would like to ask the persons who are in charge of this BDO league, when are you going to be fair and have coaches for each school and not just a few. Some schools get absolutely no practice and don't even have a coach. At game time these poor kids are trowed to the wolves ( I must say they have hearts like a lion because despite the lack of coaching they still show up and play their hearts out). And the schools are to be blamed as well because no information is passed on the the parents as to what is going on. Shame on all of you. Get you all act together fast.
    • Coaches (03/11/2015, 13:18) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
      Each school should have a coach. Which school is it? Have you spoken to the principle at the school in question? The BVIFA paid for the coaches to attend a course so no excuses.


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