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Post season places still up for grabs in BDO Schools Football

Cedar Green defenders remain solid to protect the goal. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Robinson O’Neal Primary School cemented the top spot in the BDO Primary School League Under 7 Group B with a 1-0 victory over Althea Scatliffe Primary School at the Virgin Gorda Recreation Ground on Saturday May 16, 2015.

The only goal of the game came from Jaden Quashie, in the 24th minute and was enough to not only secure his team a place in the semi-final, but also meant that Althea Scatliffe missed out on the second semi-final berth, which now goes to Claudia Creque Educational Centre, with St George’s Primary School third.

In recent results, Claudia Creque Educational Centre beat ASPS, 1-0; St George’s beat Enid Scatliffe Tan, 5-1 with a Christian Vanterpool hat trick and a goal each for Riley White and Stephan Palmer. Akeem Paddy netted the consolation for Enid Tan. Cedar Green won by forfeit over Enid Tan, Enid Scatliffe Tan beat First Impression, 2-0, thanks to a brace from Akeem Paddy, Robinson O’Neal beat Cedar Green five nil, with Jaaden Quashie scoring four and Kyle Farrington the fifth.

 

Seventh Day Adventists and Enid Scatliffe Maroon Under 7 boys played to a 0-0 draw. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
Seventh Day Adventists and Enid Scatliffe Maroon Under 7 boys played to a 0-0 draw. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
 
First Impressions open the scoring against Cedar White. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
(Below) First Impressions open the scoring against Cedar White. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
 

 

Team

PL

WI

DR

LO

PO

GS

GA

GB

1

Robinson O'Neal

9

9

0

0

27

35

0

+35

2

Claudia Creque

9

7

0

2

21

22

8

+14

3

St Georges

9

6

1

2

19

26

10

+16

4

Althea Scatliffe

9

6

1

2

19

12

3

+9

5

Joyce Samuel

9

5

2

2

17

20

9

+11

6

Cedar Green

9

4

0

5

12

14

17

-3

7

Enid Scatliffe Red

9

2

1

6

7

6

26

-20

8

Enid Scatliffe Tan

9

2

0

7

6

6

21

-15

9

First Impressions 2

9

1

1

7

4

5

25

-20

10

St Mary's

9

0

0

9

0

0

27

-27

In recent results, Claudia Creque Educational Centre beat ASPS, 1-0; St George’s beat Enid Scatliffe Tan, 5-1 with a Christian Vanterpool hat trick and a goal each for Riley White and Stephan Palmer. Akeem Paddy netted the consolation for Enid Tan. Cedar Green won by forfeit over Enid Tan, Enid Scatliffe Tan beat First Impression, 2-0, thanks to a brace from Akeem Paddy, Robinson O’Neal beat Cedar Green five nil, with Jaaden Quashie scoring four and Kyle Farrington the fifth.

Robinson O’Neal beat First Impressions 2, 5-0 with Jaden Quashie scoring four and Kyle Farrington the other. Joyce Samuel also beat First Impressions 5-0 with G’Anton Grant notching four and Shamari Fahie the fifth.

Althea Scatliffe beat Enid Scatliffe Red 2-0 with a brace by Jayden Glasgow and St George’s, 1-0 thanks to Denoi Stout.

St George’s won 3-0 over Cedar Green with two goals from Christian Vanterpool and one by Regan White. ASPS 2 drew 1-1 with Robinson O’Neal as Malique Collins cancelled out K’siron Martins opener for ASPS 2. St George’s won by forfeit against BFEC.

In Group A, Cedar beat Montessori, 1-0 and BFEC also had a 1-0 win over Enid Maroon with Jacky Morton scoring the only goal of the game in the 9th minute. SDA beat Montessori, 4-0 with a goal apiece from Roeshawn Hemerding, Danique Joseph, Kevaun Glasgow and D’Aunte Williams. The same outfit also recorded a 3-0 win over Cedar White with a brace from Dannique Joseph and one from Glasgow.

Enis Adams/Pelican Gate combined won by forfeit over Leonora Delville; AMPS beat Cedar White, 2-0, with Shamoy Smith scoring twice. Enid Scatliffe Maroon were held scoreless by the Seventh Day Adventists.

 

Team

PL

WI

DR

LO

PO

GS

GA

GB

1

Begrado Flax

8

7

1

0

22

20

0

+20

2

Alexandrina Maduro

9

6

3

0

21

18

1

+17

3

Seven Day Adventist

8

4

3

1

15

10

4

+6

4

Enid Scatliffe Maroon

9

4

3

2

15

16

3

+13

5

First Impressions 1

9

4

1

4

13

12

7

+5

6

Enid Scatliffe Teal

9

3

3

3

12

7

5

+2

7

Enis Adams/ Pelican

9

2

2

5

8

5

14

-9

8

Cedar School

8

2

1

5

7

4

21

-17

9

montessori

9

2

1

6

7

7

14

-7

10

Leonora Delville

8

0

0

8

0

0

30

-30

In the Under 9 Group A, Begrado Flax Educational Centre snuck into the playoffs with a 2-0 victory over Jost Van Dyke. Jori Mass and Jaden Abrams scored the goals that secured second spot in the standings on goal difference from Alexandrina Maduro Primary School. Cedar School Green are top with a game to play but can still be caught by BFEC.

 

Team

PL

WI

DR

LO

PO

GS

GA

GB

1

Cedar School Green

5

5

0

0

15

17

1

+16

2

Bregrado Flax

6

5

0

1

15

12

2

+10

3

Alexandrina Maduro

7

5

0

2

15

15

7

+8

4

Claudia Creque

7

3

1

3

10

7

10

-3

5

Jost Van Dyke

5

2

0

3

6

7

8

-1

6

Montessori

5

1

1

3

4

2

16

-14

7

Corner Stone

4

1

0

3

3

1

10

-9

8

First Impressions

7

0

0

7

0

0

7

-7

Claudia Creque beat JVD, 2-0 on goals from Mykal Haslick and an own goal.

In the BDO Primary School League, Under13 division, Group A, Cedar White missed an opportunity to close the gap on the top two after being held 2-2 by Althea Scatliffe 2. ASPS held the lead with goals from Deandre Rodgers and K’Shawn Martin, before Noah Leese and Connor McCullum handed Cedar a post season lifeline.

First Impressions and the Seventh Day Adventists hold on to the semi-final places with 15 points each, but Cedar, although five points back have two games in hand. Pelican Gate/Agape beat Althea Scatliffe 2, 3-1, on goals by Requan Garraway and two from Wayne Reid. Keshawn Martin netted for ASPS.

ASPS then claimed a win by forfeit against Enis Adams. First Impressions beat ASPS 2, 5-0, with goals from Jalen Prentice, Justin Smith, Nathan Adams and a pair from Jahmal Prentice. SDA beat WWPS 6-1 with goals from Denvin Jones (4) and keon Sampson (2). J’khoi smith pulled one back for WWPS.

 

Team

PL

WI

DR

LO

PO

GS

GA

GB

1

First Impressions

7

5

0

2

15

21

5

+16

2

Seventh Day Adventist

7

5

0

2

15

21

9

+12

3

cedar white

5

3

1

1

10

17

5

+12

4

Bregrado Flax 1

4

3

0

1

9

10

3

+7

5

Althea Scatliffe 2

6

2

1

3

7

11

13

-2

6

Willard Wheatley

6

2

1

3

7

8

23

-15

7

Robinson O'Neal

8

2

1

5

7

11

22

-11

8

Pelican Gate

4

2

0

2

6

7

4

+3

9

Enis Adams

5

0

0

5

0

0

22

-22

In Group B, Cedar Green secured a passage into the semi-finals with a 13-0 romp over BFEC. Luka Chalwell notched four, Luka Reich added a hat trick, Alejandro Santos a brace, Lawton Green one, Robert Wong one, Josh Cowled and Bamford one. St George’s beat AMPS, 3-2, with goals by Stephon Deleon, Michael Pallandino and Jeremy Grant. Alonzo Baptiste and Kemario Watson scored for AMPS.

SDA beat WWPS 6-1 with goals from Denvin Jones (4) and Keon Sampson (2). J’khoi Smith pulled one back for WWPS.

Althea Scatliffe 1 remain in contention for the semi finals as do St Mary’s as they have games in hand over St George’s who are currently second.

 

Team

PL

WI

DR

LO

PO

GS

GA

GB

1

Cedar School Green

7

6

1

0

19

38

1

+37

2

St Georges

6

4

1

1

13

13

4

+9

3

Althea Scatliffe 1

4

2

1

1

7

11

4

+7

4

St Mary's

4

2

1

1

7

7

10

-3

5

Jost Van Dyke

4

1

1

2

4

5

10

-5

6

Alexandrina Maduro

5

1

1

3

4

7

13

-6

7

Leonora Delville

6

1

0

5

3

2

19

-17

8

Bregrado Flax 2

4

0

0

4

0

1

23

-22

 

5 Responses to “Post season places still up for grabs in BDO Schools Football”

  • 911 (20/05/2015, 08:39) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    I am a big admire of the BDO programme…our youth are playing a new sports no help from the NDP
  • Samantha (20/05/2015, 12:59) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Great job Jaden! You are representing your North Sound community and even more so Robinson O'Neal very well. Great job BDO, hats off to you.
  • gee (20/05/2015, 13:13) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    the GOAL programme finally made progress under the NDP though after years of languishing in obscurity under each. the field is to be built in east end.
  • Observer (20/05/2015, 21:02) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Very proud of these young people! I go to as many games as I can to support the children and friends' children. Many big scoring names keep popping up....BIG Ups to that young fellow Christian Vanterpool as an Under 7 player he looks like he been playing for years....that boy is a beast on the field! BDO keep an eye on him he going go far!!!! Congrats to all the youngsters!


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