Week four in BDO Primary and LIME Secondary Leagues


St Georges, Shemar Morrison, leaps high to deny Leo Forte a second goal. Photo: BVIFA

St Georges, Shemar Morrison, leaps high to deny Leo Forte a second goal. Photo: BVIFA

The game of week four in the BDO Primary School League was without doubt the 3-2 win for the Seven Day Adventist U9 team over Bregado Flax Educational Centre, but the action in the LIME High School League also thrilling.

The SDA side raced into a two goal lead after a double strike from Keon Sampson in the 8th and 14th minute. However an own goal in the 15th and a Jadique Winchester equalizer in the 17th put the game on a knife edge, until the 40th minute when Denvin Jones snatched the winner.

In other U9 games, the BFEC Girls team put a spirited fight before going down 5-1 to Joyce Samuel Primary. M’Kori Crabbe hit a brace, whilst Jaden Fahie, Akeem Percival and Kimori Maduro added one each. Z’Wayah Hodge scored for the girls.

Cedar Green beat Corner Stone, 5-0 with Ryan Lettsome and Alex Fountain both scoring twice and Danny Henderson once.

Alexandrina Maduro then beat Jost Van Dyke, 3-0, with a brace by Rashaad Francis and one by J’Kwon Higgins.

In the U7’s, SDA beat First Impressions 1, 1-0 on a lone strike from Kevaughn Glasgow, St Georges drew, 1-1, with JSPS, with Riley White cancelling out an own goal and Enis Scatliffe Primary School Teal beat Montessori, 1-0, thanks to Esias Henry.

In the U13’s, Cedar White romped to a 6-0 victory over Enis Adams, with Scott Kirk scoring a hat trick, and a goal a piece from Noah Leese, Connor McCullum and Noah Pierce. First Impressions beat Robinson O’Neal, 2-0, courtesy of a Justin Smith penalty and a Jamal Prentice goal, whilst Luka Chalwell scored a hat trick for Cedar Green in the 6-0 win over Leonora Delville. The other goals came from Josh Cowlard, Luca Reich and Nathan Haycraft.

Meanwhile in the LIME High School League, Cedar School held on to beat St Georges, 1-0, despite end to end, thrill a minute action in a game that saw both keepers pulling off saves, defenders making last ditch tackles and players battling for the ball all over the park. Leo Forte calmly fired home the only goal of the game and whilst Cedar were happy to grab all three points, St Georges will feel disappointed not to at least drawn the game.