Cedar School Ahead In Football League
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Published: December 13, 2016 12:43 pm AST
Scott Kirk steers home the opener as Cedar School beat BFEC, 2-0 in the U14 High School League
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The junior football team from Cedar International, Cedar Green, is leading so far on the score board for this year’s BDO Primary School League in the under 12 division.

Since the beginning of the season, which started in October 2016, both Cedar Green and Alexandrina Maduro Primary School (AMPS) are unbeaten.

AMPS is trotting behind Cedar Green in second place, with Brigado Flax Educational Centre (BFEC) (3rd) and Althea Scatliffe Primary (4th) junior football teams closely behind.

As a result of games played during the course of last week, in the under 14 High School league, Cedar School leaped over BFEC with a 2 nil win, into second place in the standings.

Cedar stands five points behind the unbeaten leaders, Elmore Stoutt High School.

In the High School Girls league, Cedar stands at the top, thanks to their recent 8-1 win against the Seventh Day Adventist girls.

Cedar’s winning goals came compliments from Darci Reich, Lilly Pierce, Tola Broderick and Caron Simmons.
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