Mar 03, 2013 Sports
Lodge Secondary, Carmel and David Rose were all winners when the Milo / Petra Organisation Under-20 Schools Football Competition resumed yesterday with three matches at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
In the first fixture of the day, Lodge defeated Dolphin 3-1 thanks to single strikes from Sherwin Joseph (29th), Travis Simpson (50th) and Kevin Butters (53rd).
On target for Dolphin was Samuel Hunte, who netted in the 65th minute.
In the second game of the day, David Rose gained a walkover from Guyana Educational Trust College after the team failed to show up.
The final game of the day saw Carmel inflict a 4-0 drubbing on St. Winefride with Marlon Nedd hitting in a hat-trick in the 28th, 41st and 51st minutes, while Aubrey Hodge 9th minute strike had given them the initial lead.
In the day’s full results:
Lodge Secondary defeated Dolphin Secondary 3-1.
Goalscorers for Lodge
Sherwin Joseph- 29th
Travis Simpson- 50th
Kevin Butters- 53rd
David Rose won by walkover from Guyana Education trust College
St. Winifred lost to Carmel Secondary 4-0.
Goalscorers for Carmel
Aubrey Hodge- 9th
Marlon Nedd- 28th, 41st, 51st
The competition continues today with another triple header, at the same venue.
In the fixtures: Brickdam Secondary against North Ruimveldt at 12:00 hrs followed by the encounter between New Campbellville and Richard Ishmael from 13:50 hrs with Central High taking on Sophia Special School at 15:45 hrs.
This is the final round of the preliminary phase and eight teams will exit the competition.
The top four schools will be rewarded with prizes ranging from $200,000 for the winners, runners-up-$100,000, 3rdplace-$50,000 and 4thplace-$25,000 along with trophies and medals.
The prizes will come in the form of a project choice which is to benefit the school, while the most outstanding players will also receive prizes.
The tournament is also being run in collaboration with the Ministry of Health under its Gender-based Violence unit.
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