Belle brings hell
George Lamming Primary’s Tyrique Belle was in irresistible form today as the Bico-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Football Competition continued across the island.
Playing at Blenheim, St. Michael the talented striker led his school to a 8-0 rout of Belmont Primary. He tormented Belmont’s defence scoring five goals and with a bit of luck could possibly have added to that tally. Team-mates Jadon McCollin and Coby Mayers added the other two goals.
The heavy goal-scoring continued at Blenheim with Wilkie Cumberbatch putting six unanswered goals past Charles F. Broome’s goal-keeper Seth Agard.
There were six different scorers in a total team performance that saw Wilkie Cumberbatch dominate every aspect of the game.
Scoring for the winners were Amir Alleyne, Donte Cumberbatch, Tajio James, Christian Beckles, Tranikko Browne-Carter and substitute Xavia Nurse.
At Blenheim B, Luther Thorne had their way with Al Falah trouncing them 10-0. Both Dennison Puckerin and Cody Clarke got hat-tricks while Rahiem Walcott added two and Shem Williams and Isaiah Harding netted one each.
At Shorey Village, A Dacosta Edwards Primary dismissed St. Joseph Primary 7-0 with goals coming from Che Jordan (2), Tyreke Lowe, Xavier Bryan, Lorenzo Pompey, Taffarel Taylor and Rachad Benn.
The goal rush was similarly abundant at Briar Hall, Christ Church, where Blackman and Gollop Primary beat Vauxhall Primary 7-0. There were seven youngsters who found the back of the nets: Nathan Scott, Hakeem Belle, Jacoby Callender, Kivera Clarke, Kobi Nicholls, Jaron Forde and Jamiah Medford.
In one of the keener contested games, also played at Briar Hall, Wills Primary defeated Milton Lynch 3-2.
Lawrance Lampkin scored two goals and Sebastian Thompson netted a penalty for the winners, while Nicholas Ellis had two penalty strikes for Milton Lynch.
Other scores today were: Arthur Smith 2, St. Bartholomew 0; West Terrace 1, Sharon Primary 0; St. Silas Primary and St. James Primary drew 0-0; Welches defeated St. Albans 2-0; and St. Bernard’s beat Holy Innocents’ Primary 1-0.