BDO Primary School League – Update

bdo3As action continued over on Virgin Gorda in the BVIFA / BDO Primary School Leagues this past Saturday, March 15th, 2014, the jockeying for the qualifying positions across all age groups continued.

In Under 7 Group A games the Seven Day Adventist School closed the gap, momentarily on Begrado Flax Educational Centre with a 2-0 win over Enid Scatliffe Red, courtesy of goals from Kevaugn Glasgow and Alex Leonard. However BFEC also recorded a 1-0 victory over Althea Scatliffe, thanks to an Amari Fannis strike, leaving them top with 21 points. SDA are second on 13 and ASPS have 10.

In Group B First Impressions Orange stay top despite being held 0-0 by Rainbow Primary and Robinson O’Neal Primary leapfrogged into second place on goal difference ahead of Montessori with a 2-0 over Cornerstone. Jaadon Quashie and Jeriek Samuel sealed the points, scoring within a minute of each other.

Montesorri beat St Georges 3-0 ( Sam Potgeiter, Sebastien Esser and an Own Goal) to leave themselves, Robinson O’Neal and Cornerstone all on 13 points with  just two goals, separating them, whilst FIPS Orange have 14 points.

In Under 9 Group A action Pelican Gate routed Rainbow Primary 6-0 with two goals apiece by Jaden Augustine, Requan Garraway and Jaidon Dabrea. St Georges, though, missed out on going into second place in the standings as they had to settle for a 0-0 draw with Rainbow.

Cedar Green stay top on 9 points, FIPS have 6, whilst St Georges are tied for third on 5 points with identical goal difference.

In Group B, the idle Cedar White remain in first place with 15 points although ASPS narrowed the gap to just 3 points with a resounding 5-0 win over Robinson O’Neal.

Two goals from Allen Martin saw him go top of the goal scoring charts in all age divisions with a total of 11 and further strikes came from D’Eandre Rogers, T’Quorey Regisford and Keshoy Martin.

BFEC also had a comfortable win, 3-0, over Ebenezer Thomas/Agape with Sheldon Toney netting a hat trick in the 5th, 12th and 14th minutes.

The sole game in the Under 12 division ended in stalemate between Cedar Blue and St Mary’s. The point sent St Mary’s into a tie on points for second place in Group A with Althea Scatliffe, who have a slightly healthier goal difference. Joyce Samuel Primary stays top with 10 points.