MVP Haynes leads Enterprise to Courts Pee-Wee title
After losses in their two previous finals, Enterprise Primary has copped the Courts Pee-Wee Football title by defeating St. Pius Primary in the final on Saturday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
Their success in the ninth edition of the tournament comes literally from the heels of Most Valuable Player and Highest Goal scorer, Jayshan Haynes, who scored a brace in the 2-1 triumph.
Carlon Robinson handed St. Pius the lead in the 13th minute, however, the lead proved to be short-lived as Haynes equalized one minute later.
The win was then sealed compliments of another thunderous strike, as Haynes blasted from 25 yards out into the lower right corner from a free-kick attempt.
For their efforts, Enterprise copped a 43-inch television, medals, and trophy while St. Pius received a 40-inch television, silver medals, and six balls.
Meanwhile, North Georgetown defeated Marian Academy 3-1 in the third-place playoff and won With a 40-inch television and four balls, while Marian Academy copped a 40-inch television, two balls, and a trophy.
Haynes, for his individual brilliance, received a voucher from MVP Sports for a boot, a tablet, a laptop, and two trophies.
Christopher Fredericks of Enterprise was adjudged the best goalkeeper and received a tablet, a gift voucher from MVP sports for gloves, and a trophy.
Also, Aaron Vasconcellos of St. Pius received a trophy for being the Most Outstanding Player for the losing finalist.