Huge wins for St. Pius, Soesdyke and North Georgetown in Courts Pee Wee
St. Pius, Soesdyke and North Georgetown recorded huge victories on Saturday when the Courts Pee Wee football competition continued at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
St. Puis came out 9-1 winners over Smith’s Memorial with Jamal Fraser scoring six times, in the first, 19th, 22nd, 29th, 34th and 36th minutes. Also getting on the scoresheet was Jamal Jones (13th), Nickali Watson (25th) and Teon Macy (31st).
Playing in match 16 of the competition, Soesdyke inflicted a 7-0 drubbing on St. Margaret’s, while North Georgetown got the same margin of victory against Ann’s Grove.
Soesdyke got their goals from Jaden Tasher, who netted in the 13th, 15th and 23rd minutes, while Jermaine Mitchel found the back of the net in the 21st and 25th minutes.
Ezekiel Holder (36th) and Neil Persaud (38th) added a goal each to their team’s tally to complete the rout.
The North Georgetown lads were led by Garey Primo, who scored a helmet-trick, scoring in the 11th, 12th, 33rd and 40th minutes, while one each came off the cleats of Martha Chance (10th), Dellon Wray (24th) and Maneshar Khan (14th).
Mae’s got a 2-1 result against Enterprise with Elijah Bynoe netting in the 38th and 40th minutes, while Kristin Semple (17th) scored for Enterprise.
Timothy Melville (2nd and 31st) was the player on target for Craig in their 2-0 success over South, while Nickolas Watts (21st) scored in Redeemer’s 1-0 win over Uitvlugt.
Timehri walked away 4-0 winners over Plaisance with a double from Estavan Madina (10th and 27th) and single strikes from Tyrone Pereira (34th) and Jason Williams (37th), while St. Agnes got a 2-0 victory over St. Ambrose with Shaquille Dalrymple (14th) and Kwason Chance (26th) getting on the scoresheet.
In other results, Marian Academy edged F.E Pollard 2-1, Mocha won via walkover from J.E. Burnham, West Ruimveldt needled Genesis 1-0 and the game between St. Stephen’s and Tucville was abandoned due to a power outage.