Action heats up
St Giles Primary and Belmont got off to winning starts in the Kathy Harper-Hall/Agnes Crichlow Zone of the National Sports Council’s Pine Hill Dairy-sponsored Primary Schools Netball Competition played at the Netball Stadium today.
St Giles defeated Westbury 6-1 with four goals from six attempts from goal-attack Serena Edwards and two from goal-shooter Shamarla Wickham. For Westbury goal-shooter Kishanna Sargeant was responsible for the lone goal.
Hindsbury Primary also suffered the same fate against St Giles but this time Edwards and Wickham shared the points equally with three goals each and goal-attack Syniah Lowe scored one for Hindsbury. Despite that loss Hindsbury edged Deacons 3-2 and Lowe accounted for two and goal-shooter Maria Lane Griffith one. Deacon’s goal-shooter Nyrobi Alleyne and goal-attack Caria Smith netted one goal each.
Belmont also had two close games but they eventually came out victorious starting with former three-time champions St Mary’s who they defeated 5-4. Goal-shooter Kaleesa Jordan netted three and goal-attack Tia Spellen two for Belmont while for St Mary’s Teliya Callender scored three goals and Gaulann Cox one.
Jordan scored three and Spellen one when Belmont came up against George Lamming and won 4-3 in an intense encounter. Dominique Blenman captured two goals and Tionie Waldron one. In their game against Lawrence T. Gay Primary George Lamming had something to smile about when they won 5-2 with four goals from goal-shooter Blenman and one from goal-attack Waldron. Goal-attack Tianna Morris and goal-shooter Gineva Alleyne scored one goal apiece for Lawrence T. Gay
Westbury also registered a win when they defeated St Winifred’s 5-0 thanks to goal-shooter Kishanna Sargeant with four goals and goal-attack Abianna Burrowes who netted one.
Games were also contested at the James Bryan Complex in the Pamela Proverbs Zone and Blackman and Gollop A won 5-1 against St Jude’s Primary. The A team then played St Bernard’s Primary and drew 3-3. The Blackman and Gollop B team were also in action and got the better of Mount Tabor 3-0. But they were unable to get a similar result when they took on Cuthbert Moore Primary who defeated them 3-0.
Cuthbert Moore continued their good day by winning 9-0 over St George Primary. However St George did not leave empty-handed because as they beat St Luke’s Brighton 5-1. Mount Tabor walked away with a big win when they defeated St Bernard’s 10-0 while St Jude’s trounced St Luke’s 9-0.
Matches continue tomorrow at Speightstown hardcourts in the Sonya Knight Zone.