Courts Pee Wee: West Ruimveldt footballers stay perfect in title defence

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West Ruimveldt Primary footballers have made it two-from-two in a bid to defend their title when the seventh annual Courts Pee Wee Football continued at the weekend at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.

The champs produced a more clinical display and disposed of Beterverwagting Primary 3-1 with Syon Sampson (5th), Jonathan Andries (7th) and Cleon LaRose (15th) all on target; the lone response came from Omari Dennis (12th).

Malik Barker’s helmet-trick, along with Asher Adams (4th, 24th) and Rom LaRose (10th) led Marian Academy to 7-0 to thumping of Clonbrook.

Mocha Arcadia were 5-0 winners over J.E. Burnham with Mathew Murray (5th, 15th, 19th, 24th) and Jiheam Lewis (24th) on target, while Timehri needled Ann’s Grove, thanks to Jaden Ceres (7th).

Goals continued to rain and North Georgetown thumped St. Margaret’s 5-0 on the back of Gray Primo (2nd, 9th), along with ample support from Ronaldo Vera (8th), Martha Chance (15th) and Christian Rodius (29th).

St. Pius crushed Redeemer 4-0, thanks to a splendid solo effort from Kaden Wellington (1st, 3rd, 6th, 8th), while Mae’s overcame Sophia 1-0 thanks to Mikail Mason (29th) while Golden Grove inflicted a 6-0 drubbing on St Stephen’s.

Plaisance Bosco Orphanage defeated Smith Memorial 1-0 via Ezra Clarke (1st) but F.E Pollard drew with South Ruimveldt 2-2 after the former’s Colin Saul scored an own goal and later scored two for his team. F.E. Pollard had Duquan Thom (5th) on target.

St. Ambrose won against Genesis (Parfaite Harmonie) 5-1. Joseph Henry (2nd, 7th, 14th), along with Kendre Carr (22nd) and Jacob Rodney (27th) were on target for Tucville, while Michael Grant (28th) was on target for Genesis.

Additionally, Enterprise cruised to a 3-0 over Victoria with goals from Khy Atkins (8th, 26th) and Christopher Whitter (7th), while Den Amstel lost to Tucville 4-1.

Some teams got a win without having to break a sweat, as Colaaco won via walkover from Grove, Soesdyke via walkover from Goed Fortuin and St. Agnes from Craig. Matches will continue on Saturday October 13 at the aforementioned venue.

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