St George’s claims LIME U15 High School League Championship


St George's claim Boys' LIME U15 High School League Championship. Photo: BVIFA

St George’s claim Boys’ LIME U15 High School League Championship. Photo: BVIFA

The boys of St George’s High School claimed the LIME U15 High School League Championship with a 3-2 narrow and tense victory over Begrado Flax Educational Centre, at Greenland’s on Friday, May 8.

The confirmed destination of the U15 Boys’ trophy concluded the various High School Leagues and after the final whistle, Avondale Williams, National Men’s coach and High School Development Officer, presented the awards to all the winners

It was a very successful tournament in all the different categories, but there is lots of room for improvement,” commented Williams. “It was great to see such wonderful young talented boys and girls displaying their skills, hard work and togetherness at this level of the game”

Cedar International were named BVIFA/LIME Boys’ Open High School Champion’s, having stayed unbeaten throughout the season to garner 10 points. ESHS were second with 7 points and St George’s and BFEC shared fourth.

Noel Maxwell was named as the Golden Boot winner, scoring nine goals, while Leo Forte was awarded the tournament Most Valuable Player, for his hard work and for being second top scorer in the league.

The Girls’ High School tournament was also competitive with newcomers Claudia Creque High School adding a little competitive spice to the proceedings.

Elmore Stout High School was crowned Champion, with four wins from four games, Cedar School came second with nine points and Claudia Creque, third.

Laresha Martin was awarded the Golden Boot award, scoring eleven goals, while Lily Pierce was named as the tournament Most Valuable Player and also was second top scorer with seven goals.

“The Under 15 Boys’ tournament was the most competitive of them all, but St. George’s High School showed their skill, strong will and togetherness,” declared Williams.

The final day victory over BFEC leap frogged the boys over Cedar School to claim the title with 7 points. Cedar came second with 5 points, and BFEC, third with four.

Jose Lopez was awarded the Golden Boot award, scoring four goals, while Devante Samuel was awarded Most Valuable Player and was the tournament second top scorer.