North Ruimveldt, North Georgetown and Queen’s College were the teams registering full points when the 4th Annual Milo Under-20 Schools Football Competition continued Sunday at the Ministry of Education ground on Carifesta Avenue.
In the opening encounter, North Ruimveldt cruised past a game, but clearly
outclassed Houston 4-1 with Matthew Harrison registering a brace in the 15th and 37th minutes, while Ashaish Alleyne and Tyrese Rowley supported with solitary strikes in the 13th and 48th minutes respectively.
Denzil Heywood 25th minute effort was the lone response for Houston.
North Georgetown then inflicted an 8-1 drubbing on Brickdam through a four-goal performance from Nehemiah Gomes, who netted in the 18th, 27th, 29th and 58th minutes.
He received admirable support from Rayon Bailey, Daniel Nedd, Osafa Matheson and Rueben Miller who recorded their efforts in the 15th, 34th, 38th and 50th minutes respectively.
On target for the losers was Rawl Williams in the 70th minute.
Queen’s College then benefitted from a walkover following the non-appearance of Morgan Learning Centre who it was later revealed had withdrawn from the tournament.
In the other game, St. Joseph’s and Lodge fought to a 1-1 draw with Stephan Isaacs’ 25th minute strike giving St. Joseph’s the lead, before Shamar Smith responded for Lodge in the 39th minute.
Action in the competition resumes this Saturday with four more matches, at the same venue.
The winning team will take home $500,000 which is to go towards a project that will benefit the school and the championship trophy.
The second, third and fourth placed finishers will collect $300,000, $200,000 and $100,000 respectively for projects selected by the schools and trophies.
Meanwhile in the day’s full results:
Houston Secondary-1 vs North Ruimveldt-4
North Ruimveldt Scorers
Matthew Harrison-15th and 37th
Brickdam Secondary-1 vs North Georgetown-8
North Georgetown Scorers
Nehemiah Gomes-18th, 27th, 29th and 58th
Lodge Secondary-1 vs St. Joseph’s High-1
St. Joseph’s Scorer
Morgan Learning Centre vs Queen’s College
Queen’s College won via walkover
The current points standing is seen below:
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