Mixing it up on the field

Seven-year-old Ronaldo Catlyn of St. Silas is about to control the ball at Bagatelle.
Seven-year-old Ronaldo Catlyn of St. Silas is about to control the ball at Bagatelle.

Neither size nor gender matters in the Bico- the smallest on the field, if not the entire competition,

sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Football Championships currently being played across the island. A number of females as well as first-formers have been mixing it up on the field with their “seniors” and giving a great account of themselves.

At Bagatelle, St. Thomas today little Ronaldo Catlyn of St. Silas Primary drew quite a lot of attention. He was

but he showed that size didn’t matter – at least in football. Swift, determined and with a never-say-die attitude, Catlyn was the darling of the crowd as his team drew with St. Albans. As usual, Barbados TODAY was on the football trail and brings a pictorial review of this and other action from today’s matches.

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