School Football League Continues

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Published: December 07, 2016 12:41 pm AST
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Junior teams from various primary and high schools around the Territory are pushing on, all aiming to be at the top of the charts in this year’s BDO Primary School and High School Football League.

As a result of recent games played earlier this month, Althea Scatliffe under 9 Maroons and Cedar School under 14 are holding top spots with scored goals of 7 and 11, respectively.

The maroons earned their 7 nil victory against Pelican Gate, with Othniel Gillings, Mario Carter and Akeem Paddy scoring two goals each, added with one from Latriel Williams.

Cedar under 14 recorded their 11 nil win against Seventh Day Adventist School, with courtesy goals coming from Luca Chalwell (2), Grant (2), Kirk (3), Luca Reich (2) and Zac Jackson (2)

In the under 7 action, First Impressions made their way into second place behind Montesorri with a 1 nil win over Cedar Green, who is currently in third place on the board.

Begrado Flax is following close behind in fourth, thanks to their 5-1 win against Agape, where Drekailly Findlay scored three of the winning goals, with one each coming from Mason Rigobert and Joluya Morton.

In the under 12’s, Cedar Green is sitting at the top of the rankings, one goal difference from Alexandrina Maduro, thanks to their back-to-back wins against Pelican Gate and Leonora Delville.

The game saw goals coming from Azarni Callwood (2) and Alex Salter (1), in a 3-1 defeat against Pelican Gate, followed by a 5-1 win over Leonora Delville.

In the High School League, Elmore Stoutt’s Under 14 recorded a 4-2 defeat against Cedar School, with goals coming from Miquel Marshall (2) and Kahil Farrington (2).

The Cedar Girls also secured a 9 nil win against St Georges.
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