Mar 01, 2013 Sports
A mouthwatering climax to the inaugural Fazia’s Collection sponsored West Demerara Football Association Girls Under-17 Inter Secondary School tournament is anticpated on Saturday afternoon at the Den Amstel Community Centre Ground, West Coast Demerara.
In the final semi final encounter on Wednesday afternoon at the same venue, Zeeburg Secondary needled a defiant Uitvlugt Secondary on account of a well directed 14th minute free kick by Margaret Pillay.
The free kick was rewarded as a result of Uitvlugt’s goalkeeper stepping outside the box with the ball in hand; and that was all the opportunity that Zeeburg required to book their place in the championships game tomorrow.
Zeeburg did not have an easy time against the Uitvlugt girls and had to defend for all their worth, led by Mariam Pillay they played composed and compact in their defensive third thwarting many attempts by Uitvlugt.
Leonora had stormed into the championship game following a massive 10-0 triumph over St. John’s Secondary with Abioce Heywood creating history by scoring 7 of her team’s goals. Tomorrow’s final game has all the ingredients for a fitting climax to this history making tournament, the first of its kind on the West Side for girls.
St. John’s and Uitvlugt will face off in the third place game from 14:00hrs to be followed by the big clash at 16:00hrs.
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