May 02, 2015 Sports
The annual Hilbert ‘Old Beef’ Humphrey memorial Inter school U15 football competition is underway with Vryman’s Erven Secondary (VESS) and Canje Secondary (CSS) moving to the semi-final stage with contrasting victories in their respective matches.
In the opening game, VESS recorded a 2-0 win over Berbice High School (BHS) with Osafo McDonald scoring in the 47th, while Keron Andrews scored in the 50 minute to make it 2-0.
The other game between CSS and Berbice Educational Institute (BEI) had to be decided from the penalty spot after the game ended 1-1 at full time, with CSS eventually winning the penalty shootout 3-2. Earlier, Troy Munroe opened up the scoring for CSS from the penalty spot in the 43rd minute. However, Shane Hamilton equalized in the 52nd minute for BEI to lock the game 1-1.
The tournament is being played at the All Saints Scott School Ground with six schools participating in the knockout competition.
The winner and runner up teams will be presented with trophies and medals. Outstanding individual players including the most valuable player, top goal scorer and best goal keeper will be presented with awards.
The tournament is organized by the Hearts of Oak Masters football Club and coordinated by former national player Neil “Grizzly” Humphrey. (Samuel Whyte)
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