BDO Primary School League update

By the BVI Football Association

2018 BVIFA BDO Primary School League teams in action. Photo: BVIFA

As the BVI Football Association’s BDO sponsored Primary School League continues, in the BDO U7 League, Bregado Flax Education Center (BFEC) relied on Liam Munn to overcome Enis Adams / Althea Scatliffe (ASPS) Red by a goal to nil and Alexandrina Maduro (AMPS) Black drew 0-0 with AMPS Olive

In the U9’s Cedar School lost 1-2 to AMPS/Agape as Jaheim Bijai put the visitors ahead before Blake Kirk equalized for Cedar and then Elijah Maduro netted the winner. Kirk though had a much better result in the game against First Impressions as he scored all the goals for his team in a 4-0 victory.

Robinson O’Neal drew 0-0 with ASPS Maroons

In U12 action Cedar School hit Joyce Samuels (JSPS) for six with a hat trick from Dylan Kline, two from Ryan Lettsome and one from Oli Henderson, whilst AMPS and Willard Wheatley/ Francis Lettsome (WWPS/FLPS)  drew 1-1 as Kymani Campbell cancelled out a 23rd minute penalty from Shajahni Deport.

WWPS/FLPS also drew 0-0 with ASPS

Elsewhere, Lewis Munn grabbed a hat trick for Cedar in their 5-0 romp over First Impressions, with Kline and Niki Haycraft also on the score sheet and BFEC beat JSPS 4-0 with Andres Bailey scoring twice, Joel Mars once and Jaden Abrams once.

Results, rankings and fixtures:

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Scores of goals for BDO Primary School Football League

By BVI Football Association

U7 action at BDO Primary School League. Photo: BVIFA

As the action in the BDO Sponsored Primary School Leagues continued to hot up the local football scene, future national team strikers began to serve notice on who the serious contenders are for the Golden Boots.

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

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

Althea Scatliffe (ASPS) benefited from an own goal to share the points in a 1-1 after Miseal Venzen of St Georges Black had put his team ahead.

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. Willard Wheatley Primary School (WWPS) then beat SDA 2-0 with Shajahni Deport netting in the 3rd and 24th minutes. Bregado Flax Education Center (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

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.

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BDO Primary School League action continues with wins and draws for U9s & U12s

By BVI Football Association

As the BDO Primary School League continued, St Georges U7’s drew 1-1 with Willard Wheatley and Devone Doharty’s opener was cancelled out by Demauri Turnbull

Alexandrina Maduro Olives beat Cedar School 1-0, with Zaveed Mattias notching the only goal of the game. The Seventh Day Adventists (SDA) beat Enid/Althea Scatliffe Maroon with a goal from Caedon Fraites and Althea Scatliffe Maroon beat Cedar School 1-0 after Ronell Jeffersen scored in the 25th minute

Bregado Flax beat St Georges 4-1, with Shomari Lennard scoring twice, Kenroy Williams once and Ethan Winchester also once, whilst Devante Smith netted for St Georges. The Olives then beat SDA 2-0, with Mattias and Nicquan Freeman both on the score sheet and Joshua Pitt scored the only goal of the game to give Willard Wheatley Primary a 1-0 win over Enid/Althea Scatliffe Reds, who then turned spoilers to hold Alexandrina Maduro Black to a goalless draw.

In the U9’s, Pelican Gate beat Althea Scatliffe Red 2-0, with goals coming from Nicklaus Vergel and Zakaya Stoutt, whilst in the U12’s, St Georges Blacks recorded a 4-0 victory against Joyce Samuel Primary thanks to a brace from Mohammed Tarabin and one apiece from Miseal Venzen and Jeffersen Frank.

Also, in U12 action, Cedar beat Willard Wheatley/Francis Lettsome 3-0, with Nicki Haycraft scoring in the 28th and 32nd minutes after Ryan Lettsome had opened the scoring in the 25th minute.

Althea Scatliffe then smashed five past Joyce Samuels Primary School with Johari Lacey scoring a hat trick and both Mario Carter and Khaleel Parkinson a goal each.

Click on the relevant link below for information on schedules, results, standings and goal scorers:

BDO Primary School League U9

BDO Primary School League U12

BVIFA U14 High School League

 

BDO Primary School League and BVIFA High School League underway

By the BVI Football Association

Photo: BVIFA

The BVI Football Association BDO sponsored Primary School Leagues are well underway with Bregado Flax Educational Center (BFEC) in fine, free flowing scoring style.

Their U7 team had already recorded a 4-0 win over Enid Adams Maroons (EAM), courtesy of a hat trick by Shamari Lennard and a further strike from J’Leah Morton. Lennard went one better and scored all the goals as BFEC beat Alexandrina Maduro Primary School (AMPS) beat 4-1

AMPS Olive recorded a 2-1 win over Enid/Althea Scatliffe with Zavee Matthias scoring the winner after Ronell Jefferson’s goal cancelled out an own goal.

Also, in U7 action the Seventh Day Adventist School got a forfeit win against Pelican Gate, Willard Wheatley Primary School (WWPS) drew 0-0 with AMPS Black and 1-1 with AMPS Olive with Ricardo Blair equalizing after Matthias had put the AMPS Olive ahead.

Blake Kirk headlined in the u9 Division with a hat trick that put Cedar School well on the way to an 8-0 win over Althea Scatliffe Red. Ronaldo Estridge and Christian Esser both scored a pair each and Hugo Hlacer was also on the score sheet.

AMPS also beat the Reds, 6-0, with Elijah Maduro scoring four, Jaheim Bijai one and Amayao Walker also one. And the Seventh Day Adventist School, 7-0, with Bijai scoring six and Damion Miller the seventh. A 3-2 victory over WWPS followed with Maduro (2) and Rushane Dixon securing the win after Twariba Jacob had scored twice for WWPS.

In the U12’s, BFEC hit ten unanswered goals against Alexandrina Maduro/ Agape School, with Jaden Abrams scoring twice, Joel Mars and Jaeden Brown also notched a brace, whilst there was one apiece for Tikhoy Morton, Jadon Abrams, Andres Bailey and Benjamin Moore.

First Impressions had a much tougher time against AMPS/Agape, coming out 4-3 winners thanks to a last ditch own goal. Earlie Orrett Kennedy smashed home a hat trick which was cancelled out by two goals from Kymani Campbell and one from Jadon Glasgow.

Willard Wheatley / Francis Lettsome Primary combined also had a 7-1 victory over Claudia Creque Educational Centre (CCEC) with Sajahni Duports scoring three, Felix Walters two and both Antonio Bramble and Mervin Latouche one. Henrique Warren scored for CCEC.

WWPS then beat the five brave boys of St Georges by the same score line with a Walters hat trick matched by one from Antonio Bramble and Duporte also scoring

AMPS/Agape also had a 5-3 victory over Joyce Samuel Primary School thanks to a hat trick by Jaden Glasgow and one each for Khamari Smith and Kymani Campbell. BFEC beat Althea Scatliffe Primary School, 2-0, with T’Khoy Morton and Deshawn Richardson both finding the net.

St Georges beat Pelican Gate 3-0 on two goals from Jefferson Frank and one from Miseal Venzen, but then lost 10-0 to BFEC as Jaden Abrams scored a hat trick, Joel Mars two, Jaden Brown two, Deshawn Richardson one, Jadon Abrams one and Andres Bailey one.

In the High School League U15 Division, BFEC beat CCEC, 2-1, with Quelahni Nickie and Sheldon Toney scoring for BFEC and Kiara Fahie for CCEC.

In the Open Division, BFEC beat Elmore Stout High School, 2-1, with a late Timothy Louis goal coming as consolation after Devante Samuel put BFEC ahead and Kyreek Gardiner doubled the advantage.

Teams vie for four age group spots in BDO Primary School League semis

By BVI Football Association

Felix Walters heading home as Alexandrina Maduro beat Claudia Creque 6-0 to round up the BDO Primary School Leagues regular season games. Photo: BVIFA

Felix Walters heading home as Alexandrina Maduro beat Claudia Creque 6-0 to round up the BDO Primary School Leagues regular season games. Photo: BVIFA

As the BDO Primary School League reaches the end of the regulation season, teams have been battling furiously to secure one of the four spots in each age group and qualify for the knock out stages.

In the U12’s, St George’s suffered a 1-0 defeat to Joyce Samuel, with the only goal of the game coming from Jesse Cockburn. Cedar White made strides up the standings with 2-1 victories against Alexandrina Maduro and Pelican Gate.

Johan Blok scored twice against AMPS and was also on hand to fire home the winner against Pelican Gate after Jalen Cameron had cancelled out Dylan Cline’s opener for Cedar. St George’s were also held 0-0 by Ciboney / Robinson O’Neal, but beat Jost Van Dyke, 2-0, on goals from Jefferson Frank and Adrian Padilla.

JVD and Pelican shared the points in a 1-1 draw with Mark Morris scoring for JVD and Tyler Franks netting the equalizer. An own goal by Claudia Creque handed Pelican Gate three points. Cedar Green also beat Ciboney/ Robinson O’Neal, 3-0, on a hat trick by Alex Salter.

AMPS beat Claudia Creque 6-1 with all the goals scored by Felix Walters and BFEC also beat CC, 6-0, with goals from Joel Mars, Jaden Abrams (2), Andres Bailey and Javelo Woodley (2).

The semi final line up sees Cedar Green against Cedar White and Althea Scatliffe facing Begrado Flax on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 and February 29 on the field at ASPS

In Under 9 Group A, Alexandrina Maduro beat Joyce Samuel Primary, 2-0, with Omari Simmons finding the net and JSPS contributing to their own down fall by scoring an own goal.

Althea Scatliffe Red then beat AMPS, 2-1, with goals from Malik Fenton and Amos Pollard but First Impression top group A, followed by JSPS, AMPS and Cedar Green.

In Group B games, Robinson O’Neal finished their season with 10 wins and 30 points after a 4-0 victory against Cedar White thanks to a brace from Kyle Farrington and one each from Jaadon Quashie and Te’Mauri Isaac.

Montessori claimed a semi final berth with a 4-0 win over Pelican Gate, with goals coming from Sam Potgeiter, Noe Pyranet and Tino.

The semi final line up sees Robinson O’Neal against Cedar Green, as well as First Impressions playing Althea Scatliffe Maroon on Tuesday February 28 on the ASPS playing field

The Under 7 league is complete with Cedar Green cementing third place with a 1-0 win over Claudia Creque thanks to a goal from Ethan Singh.

The semi final line up sees Montessori play Begrado Flax and Cedar Green against First Impressions on Monday, February 27 at Althea Scatliffe School.

BDO Primary and BVIFA High School Leagues resume

By VINO

Action in the game this week between Cedar Green and Seventh-day Adventists. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO

Action in the game this week between Cedar Green and Seventh-day Adventists. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO

Schools’ football has climbed back into the spotlight as the BDO Primary and BVIFA High School Leagues are both back in full action for 2017, with Cedar International School U12’s especially carrying on where they left off in 2016.

In the U12’s, Azarni Callwood claimed outright leadership of the race for the Golden Boot, scoring in the 12th minute to send Cedar Green on their way to a 2-0 win over the Seventh-day Adventists. With the win, Cedar cemented top spot in the standings with a perfect record of seven straight wins.

In second place are Bregado Flax on 15 points. Third place belongs to Althea Scatliffe on 13 points and Alexandrina Maduro Primary round out the top four on 12 points.

In U7 action, a Myles Penn hat trick secured all 3 points for First Impressions in the 3-1 win over Enid Scatliffe Maroon. The win also leap frogs FIPS over Montessori and into top spot of the BDO Standings, with 13 points compared to 12, but Montessori have a game in hand.

Cedar are in third with 10 points and BFEC fourth on 8.

In other games played this week, Agape and Enid Scatliffe Red battled to a 0-0 draw.

In the u9’s, two late goals, from Tiqoun McKensie and Nicolas Yerkel handed Pelican Gate a comfortable 3-0 win over Agape, with the other goal coming early in the first half from azar Beazer. However, the real excitement came at the top of Group B, when Robinson O’Neal/Ciboney handed Althea Scatliffe a 4-2 defeat to go top of the group.

Jaadon Quashie netted a hat trick to close the gap on Mario Carter, who scored for ASPS, in the race for Golden Boot, but more importantly the win saw the VG based team go 3 points clear at the top.

The other goals came from Te’ Mauri Isaac and Latriel Williams (ASPS).

BDO Primary and BVIFA High School League updates

Begrado Flax U12's beat Pelican Gate, 2-0. Photo: BVIFA

Begrado Flax U12’s beat Pelican Gate, 2-0. Photo: BVIFA

Bregado Flax took a share of top spot in the BDO U12 Primary School League with a 2-0 win over Pelican Gate.

Jaden Abrams converted a first half penalty, whilst Jamoi Hodge put the icing on the cake with a late second half strike.

St Georges continued a recent run of good form with a 3-1 win over Althea Scatliffe, thanks to a first half brace from Jefferson Frank. Adrian Padilla made it 3-0 towards the end of the second half, before Jeremiah Hopkins scored a late consolation for ASPS.

Cedar Green and Alexandrina Maduro Primary remain unbeaten in the standings to be first and second, respectively on goal difference, from BFEC, whilst ASPS are fourth.

In the U14 High School League, Cedar School leapfrogged over BFEC, with a 2-0 win, into second place in the standings, but still five points behind unbeaten leaders, ESHS.

Cedar’s game against BFEC was called off after an injury to the goalkeeper reduced the boys from VG to just six players on the field.

The goals coming from Scott Kirk and Luca Reich

In the High School Girls league, Cedar went top, on goal difference, from BFEC, with an 8-1 romp over the SDA Girls.

Hat tricks from Darci Reich and Lilly Pierce along with a goal each for Tola Broderick and Caron Simmons sealed the deal for Cedar, although SDA had been level at 1-1 after a strike from Daveon Topper.

BFEC maintained the pace in the race for the Championship with a hard fought 4-2 win over St Georges Girls, despite being a goal down, scored by Kiara Woodley, for much of the first half.

Jakisha Rigobert netted the equalizer and Kayla Skelton the go-ahead goal on the stroke of half time, before Loreal George scored twice in the second half to secure all 3 points.

BDO BVIFA Primary and High school League updates

By BVIFA

First Impressions U7's win 4-1 against Agape in BDO Primary U7s League. Photo: BVIFA

First Impressions U7’s win 4-1 against Agape in BDO Primary U7s League. Photo: BVIFA

In featured games across the BDO Primary and BVIFA High School Leagues in the past week, First Impressions U7’s made it two wins from two, Seventh Day Adventist School got off to a winning start in the Under 9 Group B and Elmore Stout High School Open Boys recorded their first win of the season.

In the U7’s BDO League, Myles Penn scored all four goals in the victory over Agape, who got a consolation strike from Kecdlum Louie.

Meanwhile Cedar Green stay atop the group despite being held to a 0-0 draw by Enid Scatliffe Maroon and Montessori grabbed second place, just a point back, with a 11-0 victory over Enid Scatliffe Red.

Charlie Potgeiter netted seven of the goals, whilst James Davies scored a hat trick and Lochan Geyser the other one.

The ESPS Maroons beat the Seventh Day Adventists thanks to a lone strike from N’Sean Woods, but SDA returned to winning ways with a 3-1 victory over ESPS Reds, with goals coming from Shawn Hodge (2) and Nazri James.

Ashrah James scored for ESPS.

In the BDO U9’s, Group A, First Impressions stay top after Logan Titley scored the only goal of the game against Alexandrina Maduro Primary, but Cedar Greens 2-1 win over Althea Scatliffe put them second, thanks to a goal apiece from Blake Kirk and Robert McKensie.
Antawon Dawly scored for AMPS Reds

In Group B, Robinson O’Neal are still unbeaten following a 2-0 victory against SDA, with Jadon Quashie scoring both, whilst SDA rebounded with a 4-2 over Montessori to be in second place.

Kevaugn Glasgow scored a hat trick and Jordan Joseph the other, whilst Sam Potgeiter netted twice for Montessori.

In the U12’s, Althea Scatliffe leapfrogged over Begrado Flax to claim top spot with a 2-0 victory against Joyce Samuel Primary, with goals from Johari Lacey and DeAndre Rogers, whilst St Georges got off to a winning start with a 3-1 result against Jost Van Dyke Primary.

Jefferson Frank and Xiiomar Gunn (2) were on the score sheet for St Georges, whilst Henrique Warren replied for JVD.

In the BVIFA Open Boys High School League, BFEC are the form horses with a second successive victory, this time 4-1 over SDA, with goals coming Daniel Gilford (2), Devante Samuel and Joshua Ramprasad, whilst Nathan Nibbs scored for SDA, which followed a 2-0 defeat of ESHS, with goals from Jahdique Winchester and Sheldon Toohey.

St Georges also beat SDA, 2-0, with Lilly Pierce and Justin Smit doing the damage and ESHS beat St Georges, 4-2, thanks to goals from Sheldon Harry (2), Timothy Louis and Kemario Watson, which were answered by Guillaume Parkins and Pierce.

In the Open Girls Division, Cedar School pipped Claudia Creque by 1-0, with Darci Reich on hand to fire home the winner

In the U14 Boys, ESHS are top with 3 wins from 3 after a 5-1 rout of SDA.

Watson, Marcus Butler (2), Jeremy Grant and Kahil Farrington doing the damage in response to a Denvin Jones goal, which had made 3-1, before a late onslaught and St Georges and Cedar shared the points in a 2-2 draw, leaving BFEC in second and St Georges third.

Jahmal Prentices opener for St G cancelled out by Scott Kirk and then Luca Reich netting an equalizer for Cedar after Smith had put St G back in front in the second half.

BDO Primary School and BVIFA High School Leagues update

By BVIFA

BFEC drew 2-2 with SDA in the U7's. Photo: BVIFA

BFEC drew 2-2 with SDA in the U7’s. Photo: BVIFA

Whilst many games have been lost to rains, there has still been plenty of action, excitement and goals in the BDO Primary and BVIFA High School Leagues.

In the BDO Primary U7’s, Montessori School are top of the standings, but only on goal difference from Cedar School “Green”, having won both their games played so far and with the league’s top scorer, Charlie Potgeiter (5) in top form.

Begrado Flax sit in third place and would have hoped to have gone top in their latest game, against the Seventh Day Adventist School. However, as it turned out they were indebted to a late equalizer from Drekailly Findlay to share the points. Findlay had also cancelled out Nazri Jones’s first half opener, before J’Lynn Penn made it 2-1 to SDA at the break.

Findlay secured the point with his 18th minute goal to make it 2-2.

In the U9 Division, Group A, there has been little action so far, but a 3-0 win for First Impression’s against Joyce Samuel Primary sees them sit atop the group.

In Group B, Robinson O’Neal Primary and Cedar School “White” have identical records to sit one and two in the standings, as they both beat St Georges and Pelican Gate, 2-0, respectively.

Meanwhile in the U12’s, Cedar “Green” got their campaign off to a winning start, 3-1, against Begrado Flax, courtesy of goals from Ryan Lettsome, Azarni Callwood and Nici Haycraft. An own goal briefly made it 1-1, but in the end the Green’s had too much firepower.

Alexandrina Maduro Primary are unbeaten at the top of the Group with two wins from two, with the latest being a 3-0 romp against Pelican Gate, as Felix Walters scored twice and Keryan Provost once.

Joyce Samuel Primary moved into second place with a 4-0 victory against Leonora Delville Primary, thanks to a hat trick from M’Khori Crabbe and a goal in the just the third minute from Jesse Cockburn.

Althea Scatliffe Primary sit in third after they overcame Jost Van Dyke Primary, 3-0, on goals from DeAndre Rogers and Jahari Lacey (2).

Most of the High School action has been in the U14 Boys Division, which sees Elmore Stoutt High currently pipping Begrado Flax to the top spot on goal difference.

The pair shared nine goals in their first clash of the season with ESHS holding on to win 5-4 with Johnathon Jarris putting the hosts up 5-2 before a late onslaught from the Virgin Gorda boys saw them pull it back to 5-4 with a few nervous moments left to play.

Marcus Butler, Sheldon Harry and Jeremy Grant all scored for ESHS in the first half, whilst Division top scorer Jahdique Winchester (7), pulled one back before the break for BFEC. In the second half Shamari Maduro made it 4-2, T’Khoi Richardson then made it 4-2, Jarris 5-2 and then both Winchester and Richardson netted again to almost secure at least a deserved point.

St George’s are in third place as they put defeats to ESHS (2-5) and BFEC (3-4) behind them to beat District 3 rivals, SDA, 3-1, with goals from Guillaume Parkins and Jalen Prentice (2)

In the High School Boys, Open Division, BFEC beat ESHS, 2-0, in the only game played so far, thanks to goals from, yes you guessed it, Winchester and Sheldon Toohey.

In the Girls Division, SDA held on to beat St Georges, making their debut in the tournament, 2-1, after Sheniece St Jean had scored from the penalty spot. However earlier goals from Marline Daguiar and Neemie Odvil provided just enough of a cushion.

Robinson O’Neal, Bregado Flax and First Impressions Champions of BDO Primary League

Photo courtesy of BVIFA

Photo courtesy of BVIFA

By the BVIFA

As the BVIFA BDO Primary School Leagues drew to a close yesterday at Baughers Bay, Robinson O’Neal beat First Impressions 2-0 to be crowned U7 champions after an own goal and a cleanly struck penalty from Kyle Farrington.

“I’m very pleased with them” commented Coach Thomas Albert “we worked hard all week on how we were going to play this game and we were successful”.

In the Under 9’s Joel Mars netted twice to hand Bregado Flax a 2-0 win over St Georges.

“The whole season they had been playing a certain style, but it took them a while to settle down. At half time I reminded them of how they should be playing and in the second half they put it all into practice to win the game” stated Albert, who also coached Bregado Flax.

And in the U12 Final, First Impressions proved too strong for Cedar G Green to run out 2-1 winners with Justin Smith and Nathan Adams on the score sheet. Azarni Callwood pulled one back late on for Cedar, who were indebted to goal keeper Ollie Henderson for keeping them in the game as he pulled off a string of great saves.

“We had a couple of good players who are very technical and made good use of the ball, control, passing and of course scoring goals. Their goal keeper should be praised though, he made some great saves and kept them in the game” noted First Impressions Coach, Michael Fieron.

The Golden Boot awards went to Kyle Farrington in the U7’s, Christian Vanterpool in the U9’s and Azarni Callwood in the U12’s.

The MVPs were Te Mauri Isaac, Joel Mars and Justin Smith respectively.

Golden Gloves went to Caliq Creque, Jaden Abrams and Ollie Henderson.

Andy Bickerton, BVIFA President summed up the tournament: “It has been tough getting the leagues done in the September Term, but in the end today all three finals were good contests. We shouldn’t forget the runners up either; Cedar School had a young team, which gave First Impressions a good run for their money in the U12’s. The overall standard and the quality of play makes the BVIFA very happy and to see the likes of Henderson playing so well in goal, can only bode well for the future of the game”