Feb 28, 2016 Sports Comments Off on Annual Milo Under-20 Schools Football Competition…Bishop’s High, Christ Church and Richard Ishmael among winners
-Action continues today
Bishop’s High, Christ Church and Richard Ishmael were among the winners when play
in the preliminary phase of the Annual Milo Under-20 Schools Football Competition continued yesterday, at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
Appearing in the final game of the day against Central High, Bishop’s High School was led to victory through solitary strikes off the boots of Lloyd Anderson, Shamar Britton and Romeo Bradford.
Also recording an impressive victory was Christ Church, who inflicted a 4-0 drubbing on Carmel, while Richard Ishmael gained full points from Sir Leon Lessons that had opted out of the competition.
In the other match of the day, School of Nations and South Ruimveldt played to a 1-1 draw.
Action in the competition continues today, at the same venue with the final round of preliminary matches.
11:00 hrs St. George’s Secondary v/s Tutorial Secondary
12:30 hrs Queenstown Secondary v/s St John’s College
14:00 hrs Charlestown Secondary v/s Freeburg Secondary
15:30 hrs Mae’s Secondary v/s St Rose’s Secondary
Richard Ishmael vs Sir Leon Lessons
Richard Ishmael won via walkover
Carmel Secondary-0 vs Christ Church-4
Brad Evans-22nd and 27th
School of the Nations-1 vs South Ruimveldt-1
School of the Nations Scorer
South Ruimveldt Scorer
Bishop’s High 3 vs Central High
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