The weekend only featured one match day in the 2018 Milo/ Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) schools under-18 football tournament and that was yesterday. Four matches were scheduled for the Ministry of Education (MOE) ground on Carifesta Avenue.
The first game which was scheduled to kick off at 12:00hrs between Friendship Secondary and Caramel Secondary did not due to a no show by the latter, and the East Bank Demerara based unit of Friendship won via walkover.
In the second game, Buxton Youth Developers trounced South Ruimveldt Secondary 5-0. Getting on the score sheet were Shemar Singh who netted a hat-trick and Shemar Kingstown that finished a brace.
Meanwhile, St. George’s High continued their regression with another loss, this time a 3-1 defeat against Queenstown Secondary. Joseph Hickenson scored twice and Carl Chisholm once in the win for Queenstown, while Stephon Daniels managed to add a consolation for the losers in the 58th minute of the game.
In the feature game yesterday evening, Master’s Academy continued their winning ways with a 2-1 victory over Lodge Secondary. All the goals came in the second half with Calvin Peters and an own goal firing Masters to victory.
Play in the tournament which theme is, “There is no excuse for violence”, will continue next weekend at the same venue. (Calvin Chapman)
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