MILO schools Football tournament 2020| Tucville, New Central seal wins on day six
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Action between Bishops’ High and Tucville (Adrian Narine Photo)
Action between Bishops’ High and Tucville (Adrian Narine Photo)

THERE were wins for Golden Grove Secondary, Tucville and Bishops’ High as the Milo Schools Football tournament continued yesterday at the Ministry of Education Ground.
In the first game, St Johns College went down 2-3 to Golden Grove Secondary.

While it was St Johns who got the ball rolling thanks to Shem George in the 10th minute, Calvin Richmond was the star of the show with his hat-trick for the winners.

He equalized in the 26th min, before David Xavier restored St Johns lead in the 38th.
Richmond would be savior again in the 52nd before giving his team the lead for the first time in the 67th, a lead that would hold till the final whistle.
In the second game, Bishops’ High were overrun by Tucville 0-3.

A brace from Simeon Benn (6th and 51st) coupled with Shawn Lewis’ 19th minute strike ensured that the win was a walk in the park.

New Central High, on the other hand, had some work in their 3-1 win over Queenstown.
Garfield Caesar opened the scoring for the New Central side in the 42nd before Jose Lawson brought the game back level in the 49th.

The back and forth strikes on goal continued well into the second half as New Central finally got past the spirited Queenstown defence.

Caesar then completed his hat-trick inside two minutes (61st and 62nd mins.)
Matches continue next weekend with the tournament also being sponsored by the Ministry of Public Health under its Stop Gender- Based Violence Campaign.

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