North Georgetown off to a flyer in Smalta Girls Pee Wee
The sixth Smalta Girls Pee Wee Football got off to a cracking start with North Georgetown Primary having a merry time with seven unanswered goals against F.E. Pollard Primary at Ministry of Education ground on Saturday.
Martha Chance was chief in the one-sided contest, netting a superb helmet-trick. Her goals were scored in the seventh, 12th, 25th and 28th minutes. Jasmine Burke (third), Bianca Skekel (fifth) and Kendra Moore (11th) were the other goal scorers.
St. Stephen’s Primary also got a valuable three points, topping Marian Academy 3-0. Blessing Thompson opened the scoring in the second minute of play, and St. Stephens held on to their advantage into the second half. Then Caitlyn La Rose extended the margin with a brace of goals in the 24th and 29th minutes.
Smith’s Memorial edged past St. Margaret’s in a 1-0 affair. Fiona Gibbs tucked the ball into the back of the net in the sixth minute, and Redeemer Primary won by an identical margin over Tucville Primary with Timairra Reynolds making the difference in the 20th.
Genesis Harmony and West Ruimveldt failed to find the back of the net in their clash, while South Ruimveldt won via walkover in their match with Timehri.
A prize of $100,000 will go towards the winning school for a project of their choice, while $50,000, $30,000 and $20,000 are awarded to the other top finishers for similar initiatives.
The Most Valuable Player, Best Goalkeeper and Highest Goalscorer will also receive awards.