Thirty goals scored as COURTS Pee Wee round-robin phase ends
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Part of the action during the last of the round-robin phase of the COURTS Pee Wee Football Competition. (Delano Williams photo)
Part of the action during the last of the round-robin phase of the COURTS Pee Wee Football Competition. (Delano Williams photo)

A TOTAL of thirty goals were scored as the round robin phase of the COURTS Pee Wee Schools football tournament came to an end on Saturday last.

In the first game, Colaaco got the better of FE Pollard 1-0, thanks to Jerimiah Parks in the 30th minute while Enterprise won via walk-over from Redeemer. West Ruimveldt also won via walk-over from St Stephen’s.

Mocha-Arcadia were victors over Tucville via a 2-1 margin, thanks to a brace from Mathew Murray (21st and 25th) while

Emanuel Tinch (23rd) scored the lone Tucville goal.

J.E Burnham also overcame Den Amstel by that margin with Sahle Butts 20th and 30th minutes strikes cancelling out Keshawn Humphrey’s 17th minute goal.

St. Pius were 5-1 winners in their match against Victoria with Chance Niles scoring thrice (1st, 2nd and 29th) and Kaden Wellington netting twice (7th and 10th). Victoria had Yance Lucas (30th) on the scoresheet.

Louis DaSilva (22nd) helped Marian Academy get by Smith’s Memorial in a 1-0 game while Timehri beat off Sophia 1-0,

thanks to Jason Williams 21st minute strike.

South won via walk-over from Grove while Parfaite Harmonie won via walk-over from Craig.

North Georgetown was able to get past Soesdyke 2-0 after  Cristino Rodiou (4th) and Martha Chance (7th) scored, while Boscoe Orphanage beat Clonbrook by the same margin, thanks to Jerimiah Marks (1st) and Ezra Clarke (25th).

Golden Grove had registered a 4-1 beating of BV, thanks to Bryan Wharton (10th,30th and 31th) and Troy Andrews (3rd) while BV had Jaden Harris (28th) on target.

St. Margarets and Goed Fortune played to a goalless draw while Mae’s thumped Ann’s Grove 4-0 with Mike Holder netting twice (19th and 23rd) and Gamaliel Phillips (4th) and Davill Charles (18th) adding one each.

 St Agnes beat St Ambrose 2-0 in the final game of the day, thanks to Justin Alcindor 13th and Sherwin Murray 25th.

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