Dec 05, 2015 Sports
Smalta / Min. of Public Health Girls Pee Wee Schools Football Competition…
Today marks the start of the knockout phase of the 2nd Smalta / Ministry of Public Health Girls Pee Wee Schools Football Competition with quarter and semi finals action slated for the Ministry of Education ground,
At 11:30hrs, North Ruimveldt and last year’s beaten finalist Enterprise Primary square off in what is anticipated to be an exciting contest.
North Ruimveldt holds the slight edge in attack, having netted eighth goals in the competition to date, while they are yet to concede a goal.
Enterprise has scored three goals while they have conceded twice, but with a semi-final spot up for grabs every team usually comes with a different determination.
The second game pits title holders Stella Maris against West Ruimveldt and this encounter promises to be a bruising affair with a winner proving difficult to pick.
The champs ended the preliminary phase with two wins and a defeat and have scored four goals so far with their defence breached twice.
West Ruimveldt is customarily a tough team to get past and finished the preliminary rounds with two victories and a draw so they will no doubt be coming into the game brimming with confidence, but will also know that champions rarely relinquish their title without a fight.
They have netted four times and have only conceded once.
St. Stephen’s then take on Tucville, while St. Pius engage South Ruimveldt.
The South Georgetown based side has so far racked up the most impressive scoring chart to date, firing in eleven goals as against conceding none and are yet to be beaten.
Tucville’s record from the round robin stage is a solitary win and two draws, but their problem is that they lack the offensive potency, scoring twice and being breached once.
The other game between South Ruimveldt and St. Pius should be a cracking affair, but the favourite tag must go to the former who has looked quite impressive to date.
The South Ruimveldt unit has three victories from as many matches, netting eight goals with no team managing to penetrate their backline.
St. Pius too are not far behind in performance either, having secured two wins and one draw in the preliminary phase.
They have netted three times and are yet to concede a goal.
In the positional 9-16 tournament, St. Margaret’s will oppose St. Ambrose, while Sophia Primary will tackle St. Angela’s at 10:00hrs. At, 11:00hrs, Smith Memorial will lock horns with F.E. Pollard, while Winfer Garden will tackle St. Agnes.
Among the other sponsors are Sterling Products, the National Sports Commission and the Guyana Football Federation (GFF).
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