Apr 18, 2018 Sports
It is down to the final four in this year’s 10th edition of the Edward ‘Screw’ Richmond Linden Under-18 Secondary Schools football tournament and the semifinals will be played this afternoon when Mackenzie High School, with an unblemished record, match skills with New Silver City Secondary at 14.45hrs, while the second pits the reigning champions Christianburg Wismar Secondary ‘Multi’ against home side Wisburg at 16.15hrs at the Wisburg Secondary School ground.
In the preliminary round robin group play, Mackenzie High School behind their top scorer at this stage, Kemuel Batson, upset last year’s winners Christianburg Wismar Secondary 2-1 and registered a 2-1 victory against Linden Technical Institute, while getting past Harmony Secondary 3-1.
They face a New Silver City Secondary side who demolished the Private Schools Combined 10-0, humbled Linden Technical Institute 6-1 and lost their match against Christianburg Wismar Secondary 2-1. Their leading scorers are Emmanuel Atkins who heads the list with six goals and Ojai Whittington with four.
The defending champions Christianburg Wismar Secondary were winners over Harmony Secondary 3-1, lost to Mackenzie High 2-1 but made it through by a walkover victory over Linden Technical Institute. Their best scorer has been Mickel Adams, who has two goals.
Their opponents Wisburg Secondary, led by Joel Isaacs who has two goals, won against New Silver City Secondary 2-1, benefitted from a walkover win against the Private Schools Combined, but lost to Linden Foundation Secondary 4-0.
On Friday today’s winners will play for the championship trophy and the losers for third place either at the Wisburg Secondary School ground or the Mackenzie Sports Club ground.
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