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Goals Galore in BDO/LIME School Leagues

March 1st, 2015 | Tags: BDO Lime BVIFA Football School Leagues
Games are coming thick and fast in the BDO Primary School League with action taking place both in Road Town and Virgin Gorda almost daily. Photo: BVIFA
The U7 games have been action packed and a thrill a minute entertainment for Parents, Players and Family Members. Photo: BVIFA
The U7 games have been action packed and a thrill a minute entertainment for Parents, Players and Family Members. Photo: BVIFA
All the games have shown that young children love football, enjoy playing the game and want to learn how to play better. Photo: BVIFA
All the games have shown that young children love football, enjoy playing the game and want to learn how to play better. Photo: BVIFA
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Recent action in the BVI Football Association (BVIFA) BDO and LIME school leagues included a big win for St Georges Primary School in the U7’s over Enid Scatliffe Red and for Bregado Flax Educational Centre (BFEC) against Montessori School.

The big win for St Georges, 7-0, over Enid Scatliffe Red came on the back of two goals each by Christian Vanterpool, Reagan White and Reilly White, whilst Steven Palmer scored the other one.

Alexandrina Maduro Primary School then drew, 0-0, with BFEC, before Enid Scatliffe Maroon beat Enis Adams/Pelican Gate, 2-0.

BFEC U7’s romped to a 7-0 victory over Montessori with Joel Mars scoring four along with Jaden Abrams, Andres Bailey and Jeriek Samuel one each.

St George’s also had a 4-2 win over Claudia Creque, thanks to goals from Ronni Skelton (2), Vanterpool and Reilly White. Shamarr Thompson and Henrique Warren were on target for Claudia Creque.

Robinson O’Neal Primary put five past Joyce Samuel Primary School (JSPS), courtesy of a Jaden Quashie hat trick and a brace from Kye Farrington.

In the under 9’s, JSPS beat BFEC, 5-1, with two goals from M’Khori Crabbe and one each from Akeem Percival, Kimori Maduro and Jayden Fahie. Zwayah Hodge netted in reply for JSPS. Claudia Creque then beat BFEC, 2-0, on goals from Jordan Dabreo and Nicholas smith, Althea Scatliffe Primary School beat Willard Wheatley Primary School, 6-0, with four goals from Shammah Peters and two from De Andre Rodgers, whilst JSPS had forfeiture win over St Georges.

In under 13 action, First Impressions beat Willard Wheatley, 7-0, with Jamal Prentice scoring five, Jalen Prentice two and Justin Smith one, the Seventh-day Adventist School played out a goalless game with Althea Scatliffe Primary, St Georges beat Jost van Dyke (JvD), 3-1, with Michael Pallandino, Xiiomar Gunn and Sheldon Harry scoring before Tristan Palmer pulled one back for JvD and AMPS beat BFEC, 9-1, with four goals from Shomari Maduro, three from Akonzo Baptiste and two from Kemari Watson.

In LIME High School action St Georges drew 1-1 with BFEC as the Virgin Gorda school equalized late on after Guillaume Parkins opened the scoring for St Georges.

BFEC beat SDA, 4-0, Elmore Stoutt High School overcame SDA, 7-2 and SDA beat BFEC, 2-0.

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