West Terrace dominate

West Terrace Primary were the heaviest scorers today as action in the Pine Hill Dairy-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Netball Tournament continued.

West Terrace goal-defence Tonique Flemming showed her flexibility in this effort to reach the ball and take possession before Welches goal-attack Shadea Grazette. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)
West Terrace goal-defence Tonique Flemming showed her flexibility in this effort to reach the ball and take possession before Welches goal-attack Shadea Grazette. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)
West Terrace goal-shooter Chantel Pinder scores another against Welches Primary.
West Terrace goal-shooter Chantel Pinder scores another against Welches Primary.
West Terrace wing-attack Riann Wiggins had the safest pair of hands as her team defeated Welches Primary.
West Terrace wing-attack Riann Wiggins had the safest pair of hands as her team defeated Welches Primary.

Playing at the Bridgefield, St Thomas hard court, West Terrace defeated Welches Primary 12-0 with Chantel Pinder showing her shooting skills netting nine goals from 11 attempts. Team-mate Anise Alleyne scored the other three goals from six attempts.

The West Terrace girls then took on St Elizabeth Primary and delivered a 12-0 thrashing on the St Joseph school. Alleyne had six goals from eight attempts and her demolition partner this time was Skye Spencer-Layne who notched six goals from seven attempts.

Also registering two wins at Bridgefield in Zone 2 were Good Shepherd. They defeated St Stephen’s Primary 4-2 after earlier disposing of Holy Innocents Primary 7-0. Against St Stephen’s Shakacia Watson scored three goals from five attempts and Askeka Broome had one from five. Jada Worrell scored two from two for St Stephen’s. Against Holy Innocents, Watson had goals from eight attempts while Broome netted two goals from four attempts.

Good Shepherd goal-shooter Shakacia Watson was too good for Holy Innocents goal-keeper Aaliyah Nicholls to handle.
Good Shepherd goal-shooter Shakacia Watson was too good for Holy Innocents goal-keeper Aaliyah Nicholls to handle.
Holy Innocents’ goal-shooter Jalicia White held on to this catch effortlessly.
Holy Innocents’ goal-shooter Jalicia White held on to this catch effortlessly.

Holy Innocents rebounded to defeat Welches Primary 3-0 with Jalicia White scoring two goals from four attempts and Derique Bellingy one from four attempts.

St Stephen’s scored a low scoring 2-1 win over St Joseph Primary while Hillaby Turner’s Hall swamped St Elizabeth 9-0. Sarah Downes had the hot hands for St Stephen’s with six goals from nine attempts and Zara Branch a perfect three from three. However, Downes and Branch were not as effective when they came up against St Joseph Primary with the latter winning 2-1 in a scrappy encounter. Branch didn’t score and Downes netted her only attempt. Keandra Howard won the game for St Joseph with her two goals from five attempts.

Hillaby Turner’s Hall center Gabrielle Clarke landed well after taking a good catch while St Elizabeth center Renica Clarke failed in her attempt to intercept.
Hillaby Turner’s Hall center Gabrielle Clarke landed well after taking a good catch while St Elizabeth center Renica Clarke failed in her attempt to intercept.
St Stephen’s Primary goal-keeper (center) blocks a pass from St Joseph Primary goal-shooter Keandra Howard to goal-attack Brieanna Boyce.
St Stephen’s Primary goal-keeper (center) blocks a pass from St Joseph Primary goal-shooter Keandra Howard to goal-attack Brieanna Boyce.
St Stephen’s Primary goal-shooter Anisha Smith found it difficult to get ball possession because of St Joseph Primary’s defenders.
St Stephen’s Primary goal-shooter Anisha Smith found it difficult to get ball possession because of St Joseph Primary’s defenders.

At the Police Boys and Girls Sports Club on Bay Street, St Michael there were wins for St Gabriel’s over Bay Primary (3-2); Vauxhall Primary over St Gabriel’s (3-0) and also over St Ambrose Primary (1-0); Wilkie Cumberbatch defeated Bay Primary (7-0); Grantley Prescod won over St Angela’s (12-0) and also beat St Ambrose (5-2). 

One Response to West Terrace dominate

  1. Eunice Bourne May 18, 2016 at 9:10 am

    Well done West Terrace! However the GS for West Terrace is Chantal not Chantel.

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