Blackman & Gollop lead zone

Blackman and Gollop Primary’s striker Tyler Niles was his school’s hero today when he scored the lone goal of the game against Hilda Skeene Primary at King George V Memorial Park, St Philip.

That win has now taken Blackman and Gollop’s total to five games unbeaten as they continue to lead Zone eight with 15 points in the BICO-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Football Tournament.

Keshad Butcher of Blackman and Gollop Primary sends a scorcher up the field under the watchful eyes of referee Richard Forde.
Keshad Butcher of Blackman and Gollop Primary sends a scorcher up the field under the watchful eyes of referee Richard Forde.
It was a keen match-up between Blackman and Gollop Primary and Hilda Skeene Primary which the former (in orange and black) won.
It was a keen match-up between Blackman and Gollop Primary and Hilda Skeene Primary which the former (in orange and black) won.
Kadari Webster of Hilda Skeene Primary challenges Blackman and Gollop Primary’s goal-keeper Atori Holder for the ball.
Kadari Webster of Hilda Skeene Primary challenges Blackman and Gollop Primary’s goal-keeper Atori Holder for the ball.

The goal resulted from excellent work in the middle when captain Nathan Sealy passed the ball from the right wing to Sealy who controlled it well and then took his shot from just outside the 12-yard box to end the first half on a high.

Unfortunately Hilda Skeene missed a few golden opportunities that could have brought them back into the game. That win allowed Blackman and Gollop fans to bask in the glory of what was described by National Sports Council coach Richard Forde as a pretty exciting game. Blackman and Gollop now have three more games where they will take on St Luke’s Brighton, Gordon Walters and St Phillip in their quest to advance through to the quarterfinal round.

Also in the park, Laquan Roach netted twice and Xavier Webster, once, as St Luke’s Brighton defeated Reynold Weekes 3-1. Richem Atherley scored for Reynold Weekes. Hasani Alkins’ goal was enough to get Gordon Walters a 1-0 win over St Philip Primary.

Richem Atherley (left) celebrates his goal for Reynold Weekes Primary.
Richem Atherley (left) celebrates his goal for Reynold Weekes Primary.
Joshua Kellman of St Luke’s Brighton Primary (center) skilfully pulls the ball back while  trying to dribble past Reynold Weekes’ defence.
Joshua Kellman of St Luke’s Brighton Primary (center) skilfully pulls the ball back while trying to dribble past Reynold Weekes’ defence.
Indica Gray was in full control as he took on Taquan Carrington of Gordon Walters Primary.
Indica Gray was in full control as he took on Taquan Carrington of Gordon Walters Primary.
Keshon Boyce of Gordon Walters Primary takes aim at the goal bars but was blocked by St Phillip Primary sweeper Jacobi Griffith.
Keshon Boyce of Gordon Walters Primary takes aim at the goal bars but was blocked by St Phillip Primary sweeper Jacobi Griffith.
The ball is pushed through the legs of Hasani Alkins of Gordon Walters Primary by Omega George of St Philip Primary. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)
The ball is pushed through the legs of Hasani Alkins of Gordon Walters Primary by Omega George of St Philip Primary. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)

In Zone 3 action at Shorey Village, St Andrew, Jevonnte Harewood scored two goals while Shakoby Brathwaite and Kamal Bryan scored one each as Grantley Prescod defeated Hillaby Turners Hall 4-0. St Elizabeth’s Sharmario Holder and St Bernard’s Shatori Eversley did likewise in their schools’ 1-1 draw.

At Trents, St James, Jabarry Cumberbatch and Azary Williams each found the back of the nets in St Albans 2-0 victory over West Terrace.

There was plenty of action at Blenheim, St Michael with St Cyprian’s, Wilkie Cumberbatch, Charles F Broome, Luther Thorne and St Giles all registering victories.

St Cyprian’s trounced St Ambrose 10-1 with Marcus Whittington proving lethal in front the bars with five goals. Dominic Downes added two and there were also goals for Jaydon Sealy and Taurean Marshall, as well as an own goal. 

Charles F Broome got a hat-trick and Khalil Vanderpool and a brace from Josiah Parris in their 5-2 win over People’s Cathedral. The Cathedral got their goals from Matthew Clarke and the consistent Raquelme Shepherd. Damari Stoute scored in Wilkie Cumberbatch’s 1-0 win over George Lamming.

Raniko Daisely netted twice and there were goals for Makai Francis-Shepherd and Tydre Fenty in Luther Thorne’s 4-0 win over St Paul’s.

At the Barbados Lumber Company grounds, Lawrence T Gay defeated Eagle Hall Primary 4-0 with goals from Kaleb Francis (2), Disherid Franklin-Harewood and Shayne Trotman,

Kadane Archer’s hat-trick and Jacoby Reid’s strike ensured Eden Lodge came out 4-2 winners over Deacons for whom Alana Boyce and Tyrell Reece scored.

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