Jun 30, 2013 Sports Comments Off on Goal spree continues as Orealla Secondary hammer Lower Corentyne Secondary 13-0
The goal spree continued in the ongoing Digicel Nationwide U-18 Schools Football competition when the much fancied Orealla Secondary staked their claim for recognition with a 13-0 drubbing of a hapless Corentyne Secondary School. The game was played at the Skeldon Community Centre ground on the Upper Corentyne Friday.
The game, which was played in soggy conditions in intermittent showers, saw the boys from the Amerindian settlement of Orealla, some 60 miles up the Corentyne River, made sure that their costly travel
by boat to be a part of the competition was a profitable one as they showed good skills to dispose of their opponents with consummate ease.
By half time the score was 7-0 with Orealla dominating from the kick off.
Kevin Dick goal in the second minute started the goal rout. Evon Herman blasted home four goals in the session with Jermaine Biswane and Brinsley Rajnarine also on target.
Herman again was on target as play resumed for the second half as he found the back of the net on two more occasions to account for his six goals. Dick got another one in the second stanza to take his tally to two with Orsino Moses and Cameron Edwards also getting on the score card. If things were not bad enough a defence error accounted for another goal.
The competition continues tomorrow with School of the Nations taking on Winifred Gaskin Secondary at the All Saints Scott Church Ground.
Orealla will play their next match on Friday at the Skeldon Ground against last year’s Regional champion Tutorial Academy Secondary (TASS) who drew a bye to the second. (Samuel Whyte)
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