New Amsterdam United continue to add silverware to their already bulging collection with another victory in a youth competition which was played recently in Berbice.
In the U13 three team round-robin competition, which was played at the Scott Church ground New Amsterdam, United played unbeaten to take the top spot from Hearts of Oak Masters and new comers Barsa All Stars.
In results of the games played, NA United first whipped Hearts of Oak Masters 4-1 with Jamal Mc Almond and Orin Glen striking two each. Devon George responded for the losers.
In game two Hearts of Oak and new comers Barsa All Stars played to a nil all draw.
NA United then returned to ease past Barsa All Stars 1-0 with Joshua Butts being the man on target. The game was played as part of the Hearts of Oak Annual summer camp programme.
At the presentation ceremony that followed, NA United received the winning trophy while Barsa All Stars and Hearts of Oak also received trophies for their effort. In the individual category, players from NA United took away all the prizes available. Best Goalkeeper Tyreese Hall, Best Defender was St Shaquan Durant, Best midfielder award went to Orin Glen, while Jamal McAlmont was awarded the best striker prize. They all received medals. Another tournament is planned shortly. Neil Humphrey was the coordinator.
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