– defending champs St. Pius held to another draw
Led by leading marksmen Keion and Rayheem Marques, Tucville answered the critics who
questioned whether they could maintain their impressive form when they eased to a comfortable 3-0 win over St. Gabriel’s as play in this year’s Courts/Petra Organisation Schools Pee Wee Football Competition continues yesterday, at the Thirst Park ground.
Playing in the penultimate game of the day, Tucville went ahead as early as the 6th minute through Raheem Marques, but were stalled in their advance for the remainder of the half.
In the second period, Keion Marques netted the first of a double in the 21st minute of play, before returning six minutes later to complete his tally and secure an easy victory for the leaders.
Defending champions St. Pius were once again held to a goalless draw against St. Angela’s, while F.E. Pollard showed no mercy on their Kitty-based counterparts J.E. Burnham, crushing them by a 6-0 margin.
St. Margaret’s also looked impressive in their 3-0 triumph over St. Ambrose, while Enterprise and East La Penitence provided riveting entertainment for the fans as they went toe-to-toe for the duration of their encounter.
In the day’s full results:
St. Margaret’s-3 vs St. Ambrose-0
Josiah King-50 seconds
Makhi Adams-18th and 20th
South Ruimveldt-0 vs Smith Memorial-1
F.E. Pollard-6 vs J.E. Burnham-0
Quincy Williams-7th, 17th and 21st
St. Puis-0 vs St. Angela’s-0
Success vs Ketley
Ketley won via walkover
East La Penitence-0 vs Enterprise Primary-0
Marian Academy vs Winfer Garden
Marian Academy won via walkover
North Georgetown-0 vs Stella Marris-4
Earl Grant-12th and 14th
West Ruimveldt-3 vs Green Acres-0
Justin Persaud-14th and 28th
Tucville-3 vs St. Gabriel’s-0
Keion Marques-21st and 27th
St. Stephen’s-1 vs Thomas Moore-0
Redeemer and Comenius clash was declared a no contest since both teams failed to turn up.
The competition resumes next Saturday, at the same venue.
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