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Raining goals on court

sportsstgilesprimaryhadtwowinsGrantley Prescod Primary shone today as action in the Pine Hill Dairy-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Netball Tournament continued at the Police Boys & Girls Club at Bay Street, St. Michael.

In their first match against St. Paul’s Primary, the Pine, St. Michael school won 7-0 with Destiny Glasgow scoring the seven goals from 11 attempts.

In their second match Grantley Prescod conceded a solitary goal as they defeated St. Angela’s 11-1.

Glasgow was again in good shooting touch, scoring five goals from seven attempts. Deneasha Goddard was perfect from the shooting circle scoring six goals from as many attempts. Georgia Lashley scored St. Angela’s goal.

Bay Primary also had a good day at the Bay Street hard courts, winning 3-0 over St. Paul’s and 3-2 over St. Gabriel’s.

In another match St. Angela’s defeated St. Gabriel’s 4-1.

At the Netball Stadium St. Giles Primary were the dominant force this morning.

They defeated Charles F. Broome 4-2 with Krystal Sealy and Tammesha Clarke both scoring two goals from four attempts. Brianna Redman and Shaniqua Gittens got a goal apiece.

St. Giles then disposed of Wesley Hall 8-1 with Sealy and Clarke to the fore once more. Sealy netted three goals from seven attempts and Clarke had five goals from nine attempts.

Belmont Primary also played unbeaten today, registering a 6-0 win over Charles F. Broome and a 12-0 thumping of Hill Top Preparatory. Faith Jackson had six goals from eight attempts, while team-mate Julisa Johnes-Smith had six from 11 attempts.

Other scores today at the Netball Stadium were: Hindsbury 6, Hill Top 0; Charles F. Broome 1, Hindsbury 0; Hindsbury 2, Wesley Hall 2.

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