Could Tucville maintain their impressive showing?
After producing the best performance on opening day, many pundits are now asking who could stop the impressive Tucville from going all the way in this year’s Courts/Petra Organisation Schools Pee Wee Football Competition.
The event which commenced last Saturday at the Thirst Park ground saw Tucville, a school with a proud tradition and record at the junior level, inflict a 6-0 drubbing over Thomas More in a one-sided affair and their overall superiority both in the tactical and technical departments have evoked widespread debate as to whether defending champions St. Pius could possibly retain their crown.
The Marques siblings Kevon and Rayheem were simply unstoppable as they lashed in a treble apiece and their skill and cohesiveness have caught the eyes of the sprinkling of scouts that were present.
They come up against St. Gabriel’s who went down to St. Stephen’s by a 2-0 margin.
Champs St. Pius who were held to a nil-all draw against J.E. Burnham faces St. Angela’s winners over F.E. Pollard making this encounter a must see since the reigning champions will have to show more fortitude if they are to get past a team brimming with confidence after securing maximum points in their previous encounter.
Another team that impressed was Smith Memorial who eased past St. Margaret’s by a 3-1 margin and they play South Ruimveldt winners by a walkover from St. Ambrose last week.
Gavin Allen, Tarel Elias and Kemyon John were the players on target and they will once again be called upon to lead the charge for victory over the opposition.
The day’s full fixtures are as follows:
St. Margaret’s play St. Ambrose; South Ruimveldt go up against Smith Memorial; F.E. Pollard engages J.E. Burnham; St. Pius takes on St. Angela’s; Success tackles Ketley; East La Penitence square off against Enterprise; Marian Academy battles Winfer Gardens; North Georgetown meet Stella Maris; West Ruimveldt collide with Green Acres; Comenius and Redeemer square off; Tucville clashes with St. Gabriel’s and St. Stephen’s go up against Thomas More.
Kick off time is 10:00 hrs and the Organisers are asking schools to observe the time they have to play and be punctual.
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