Bladen Hall Multilateral School turned in a commendable performance to capture the honours when the curtains came down on the East Coast Inter-School football extravaganza on April 24 last.
Plaisance Community High School finished in the second place position while Quality Education Institute (QEI) occupied the final podium spot.
Representatives of the organising committee as well as the participating schools convened in the boardroom of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports yesterday afternoon to receive their prizes and received a pep talk from Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Frank Anthony who complimented the winners while reminding the gathering of his Ministry’s intention to broaden the participatory level of the sport to encompass institutions right across the country. “We hope to realize this dream in a few years time,” assured Mr. Anthony.
Several persons coordinated the event and one of them, Andrew Clement thanked the Minister for his input.
He also acknowledged the assistance garnered from several other entities towards the success of the tournament.
Another coordinator, Herbert McPherson, also expressed gratitude to the Minister and the participating schools.
Meanwhile, Deshane Garnett of Bladen Hall Multilateral School scored 6 goals and was adjudged the Highest Goal Scorer while his schoolmate, Malcolm Walcott won the Most Valuable Player prize. Collis Halls of the QEI was adjudged the Best Goalie.
The winning school defeated Annandale 4-0 and won by walkover from the Betterverwagting Secondary School.
It also defeated QEI 2-1. At the end of the tournament each school received one football.
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