Plaisance Primary registers first double-digit win in Courts Pee Wee
By Treiston Joseph
Plaisance Primary did not waste any time in announcing themselves to the Courts Pee Wee Under-11 school football tournament with an 11-nil win over Goed Fortuin on Saturday at Thirst Park ground.
The Plaisance boys were on a hot streak with Jamal Ali showing off his knack for scoring goals with a quintet in the third, eighth, 14th, 15th and 18th minutes of the match.
Ronaldo Harry also had a hat-trick in the fifth, 12th and 13th minutes as the scoring onslaught continued. Stephon Atkinson scored a double in the 28th and 30th minutes while Clinton Rickett scored a solo effort in the 16th.
Meanwhile, inaugural champs Marian Academy played a brilliant game to record their first win with a 7-nil victory against Winfer Gardens Primary.
Winfer Gardens had no defence and Marian capitalised with Bradley Walton (12th, 27th), Asher Adams (5th, 9th) and Michael Alphonso (29th and 30th) all scoring doubles, while Malik Baker had a solo effort in the 20th minute.
Parfaite Harmonie also got into the winner’s circle with a 4-0 win over J.E. Burnham Primary. Joshua Daniels opened the scoring with back-to-back goals in the third and ninth minutes, while Alex Ramotar scored a double of his own in the 11th and 30th minutes.
Former champs, St. Pius also look in top form with a 5-0 win over Soesdyke Primary School. Dwayne Baptiste imposed his will on the defence of Soesdyke with a helmet-trick, scoring in the first, second, 13th and 15th minutes, while Haden Wellington scored a solo effort in the third minute.
West Ruimveldt also registered another lopsided win for the day with a 6-0 win over Supply Primary.
Ian Daniels dropped a hat-trick in the sixth, 19th and 20th minutes, while Devon Chance (13th), Mickon Vandenburg (10th) and Richie Samroop (28th) scored to complete the comfortable win.
Meanwhile, defending champs St. Angela’s have found themselves in a tough spot after a draw in week one and now a 1-0 loss to Sophia Primary. David Weeks 12th minute goal was enough to put the current champs away as on-field struggles continue to plague the champs.
In other results; Tucville drew nil-all with F.E. Pollard; St. Margaret’s drew nil-all with Enterprise Primary; North Georgetown defeated Grove Primary 2-0; Victoria defeated South Ruimveldt 1-0; School of the Nations topped Mocha 1-0; St. Ambrose defeated Den Amstel 1-0; Smith Memorial defeated Calaaco 2-0; St. Agnes topped Redeemer Primary 1-0; Stella Maris topped Timehri 3-0; and Mae’s topped St. Stephen’s 1-0.
The tournament will continue on Saturday (October 14) at the same venue from 10:00h.