Defending champion Chase Academy, Kingston, Dolphin and Tucville, all registered victories when the 4th Annual Milo Schools Under-20 Schools Football Competition continued yesterday, at the Ministry of
Education ground on Carifesta Avenue.
Playing in the third encounter of the day, Chase Academy crushed St. Winifride 8-0 through a brace each from Josiah Charles, who netted in the 45th and 53rd minutes and Jeremy Garrett in the 55th and 63rd minutes.
Also on target for the winners were Curtez Kellman, Keith Caines, Job Caesar and Amoniki Forde, who recorded their goals in the 5th, 31st, 56th and 70th minutes respectively.
Kingston cruised past Cummings Lodge 4-2 with Vincent Thomas final period double which was registered in the 60th and 64th minutes leading the way for them, while Shawn Grovesnor’s 23rd minute strike and an own goal in the 30th minute completed their tally.
Leonardo Wilson and Elroy George efforts in the 14th and 39th minutes respectively accounted for Cummings Lodge goals.
Earlier, Dolphin edged St. Mary’s 2-1 with Akeem Daniels and Derick Ross goals in the 44th and 62nd minutes respectively responsible for their victory, while Colin Denny’s 66th minute was the lone response for St. Mary’s.
Tucville then defeated East Ruimveldt after the latter fielded an ineligible player in contravention of the tournament rules. The East Georgetown-based unit (Tucville) were leading the match 4-2 tem minutes, before the game was stopped.
Keifer Brandt netted in the 32nd and 45th minutes, while Calvin Peters and Julian Bamfield added goals in the 34th and 50th minutes respectively.
Brian James in the 27th minute and an own goal in the 18th minute accounted for East Ruimveldt tally.
Action continues today at the same venue with another four matches.
In the opening fixture, Houston take on North Ruimveldt from 11:00hrs, while Brickdam tackle North Georgetown Secondary at 12:30hrs.
The third fixture at 14:00hrs pit Lodge versus St. Joseph High, while Morgan Learning Centre go up against Queen’s College from 15:30hrs.
The winning team will take home the championship trophy and $500,000 towards a school project, while the second, third and fourth placed finishers will collect $300,000, $200,000 and $100,000 respectively towards the a project of the school’s choice.
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