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St Leonard’s defeat HC

Defending champions Pine Hill St Leonard’s Boys now have a record of two and zero after the third round of matches continued in the 2014 Coca Cola Barbados Secondary Schools Football League at Crumpton Street, St Michael yesterday.

They defeated Harrison College 3-0 thanks to a hat-trick from the talented Donte Greenidge. Also scoring a big win in the Central Zone was Combermere.

The Waterford boys trounced St George Secondary 4-2 at home compliments of two goals from Zidane Clarke and one each from Dicarlo Cox and Aarin Wiltshire. Traniko Browne scored a brace for the losers.

Meanwhile the South Zone has a new leader. Tang Parkinson scraped home a last minute goal to win 2-1 over Deighton Griffith in a scrappy affair at the Pine.

After huffing and puffing the home side finally breached the Deighton Griffith defence with a beautifully worked goal from Coby Mayers (his fifth of the season) after he put the finishing touches on to a cross from right winger Josh Shepherd in the 15th minute.

Jeheri Dias made it 1-1 in the 37th minute but it was midfielder Jerad Bartlett who broke Deighton Griffith hearts with the winner in the 50th minute after team-mate Taquon Smith had opened up the visitor’s defence before laying it off for Bartlett to beat goalkeeper Simon Hinds. Tang Parkinson owe their rise to the top of the zone to Princess Margaret, however.

The Six Roads boys went to “Fort Knotts” and handed Christ Church Foundation a 2-0 whipping in their own backyard. The two second-half goals came compliments of Tyriq Bailey in the 38th minute and Tirik Small in the 48 minute.

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