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Race for Golden Boots on in BDO Primary School Leagues

Action in the BDO Sponsored 2018 Primary School Leagues continue to produce many goals. Photo: Provided
Action in the BDO Sponsored 2018 Primary School League. Photo: Provided/File
Action in the BDO Sponsored 2018 Primary School League. Photo: Provided/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- As the action in the BDO Sponsored Primary School Leagues continue to hot up the local football scene, serious contenders for the Golden Boots are making themselves known.

In the U12’s, Orett Kennedy continued his goal scoring spree as his brace sent First Impressions (FIPS) on their way to a 5-0 win over St George’s Green. Daniel Manning, Marc Tan and Adrian Sherone also scored and then Kennedy repeated the effort as his two goals saw FIPS secure a 3-3 draw with Joyce Samuels Primary School (JSPS).

Michael Findley replied with a hat trick for JSPS after Kennedy’s first goal had put FIPS ahead. Daniel Manning made it 3-2 and with time running out Kennedy popped up to net the equaliser.

Alexandrina Maduro Primary got another win under their belts, 3-0 against Pelican Gate with goals coming from Delvin Freeman, Khamari Smith and Kymani Campbell.

Althea Scatliffe benefitted from an own goal to share the points in a 1-1 after Miseal Venzen of St George’s Black had put his team ahead.

Wins for Cedar & WWPS

Cedar overcame Althea Scatliffe 4-1 led by two goals from K’Lam Williams and one apiece from rush Broderick and Niki Haycraft. Jahmani Titley was the lone scorer for ASPS. WWPS then beat SDA 2-0 with Shajahni Deport netting in the 3rd and 24th minutes. BFEC beat Pelican Gate, 1-0 on a goal by Benjamin Moore and WWPS/ Francis Lettsome, 4-0, on a brace from Jadon Abrams, one from Joel Mars and one from Deshawn Richardson, JSPS and Pelican Gate draw 2-2 as Michael Findlay’s two goal salvo was matched by late goals from Ethan George and Connor Chalwell.

U9 Action

In U9 action, Bregado Flax beat Cedar School, 3-1, courtesy of two goals from Kyle Farrington and one from Nicholas Moore. Blake Kirk had made it 1-1 with his first half strike. Althea Scatliffe Maroons, Willard Wheatley 3-0 as Othniel Gillings scored twice either side of a Tiondre Frett strike and Cedar School beat Pelican Gate, 4-1 on the back of four goals from Blake Kirk, whilst Niklaus Vergel scored for the Pelicans.

AMPS/Agape beat First Impressions, 7-0 with Jaheim Bijai scoring three, Kenley Williams one, Elijah Maduro one, Caleb Toussaint one and Rushane Dixon also one.

ASPS Maroons beat SDA 7-0 as Gillings netted four and Latriel Williams three.

In U7’s, Enid/Althea Scatliffe Reds drew 1-1 with AMPS as Bryson Walters opener in the 11th minute was cancelled out by a 21st minute goal from Kester Agard and then drew 0-0 with Seventh Day Adventist School, before AMPS Blacks beat SDA 2-0 with Alessandro Peters scoring both goals. St Georges overcame AMPS, 2-1 as Demauri Turnbull and Devonte Smith replied after Amari Goodwill had given AMPS an early lead. Peters then netted a hat trick as AMPS Black then beat Pelican Gate 4-0. Johnathon Bijai scoring the other goal and BFEC beat AMPS Olives with Liam Munn scoring twice and Mayan Baptiste also on the score sheet in a 3-0 victory.

2 Responses to “Race for Golden Boots on in BDO Primary School Leagues”

  • 1 (12/05/2018, 11:48) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    good sports
  • I am so glad (12/05/2018, 17:16) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    at least the children are occupied with doing something worthwhile and help to ease the pain of losing relatives and friends ,personal effects etc during and after the hurricanes of 2017.Continue to keep our children occupied in gainful activities as BVI will rise again.

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