Mar 26, 2013 Sports
Under-15 rivalry on the East Coast of Demerara under the auspices of the East Coast Demerara Football Association continued on the weekend with Youth Developers banging their way to a 3-1 win over Buxton Stars while Paradise took full points without breaking a sweat.
The other match saw Golden Grove and Mahaica battling to a 0-0 stalemate. It was another day of excitement for the Under-15 players who are contesting for places on the East Coast squad to contest the Guyana Football Federation Inter Association tournament which is anticipated to kick off shortly.
Youth Developers dug in to take care of business against Buxton Stars with S. Fredericks netting a double and the other coming from S. Adams. The consolation strike for Buxton Stars was scored by S. Scott.
Paradise got full points from Victoria Kings which failed to show up. In results from matches played on March 16, BV Triumph United and Paradise battled to an exciting 2-2 draw. For BVTU the players hitting the onion skin were P. Kingston and D. Joue while for Paradise the players on target were O. Fields and T. Cummings.
Ann’s Grove hammered Victoria Kings 4-0 on the back of goals from S. Joseph with a brace, D. Pellew and J. Jemmott touched in one each.
The other game ended in a 1-1 stalemate between Golden Grove and Buxton United. K. Garnett scored for Golden Grove and K. Durant responded for Buxton United.
Three matches are scheduled for tomorrow at the competition venue, Buxton Community Ground.
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