Guyoil/Tradewind Tankers League: CWSS in control, Dolphin strike 1st win

There was a rain of goals, nail-biting encounters and the most entertaining of stalemates on Sunday last, as the Guyoil Tradewind Tankers League returned for its fifth round at the Ministry of Education (MoE) Ground, Carifesta Avenue, Georgetown.

It was a stiff contest between Golden Grove and President’s College

Christianburg Wismar Secondary School (CWSS) have taken the reins of the schools’ Under-18 football league once again, following a comprehensive victory on Sunday against Cummings Lodge Secondary.
Demoll Warner was the leading man for the Linden outfit. Cummings Lodge looked to be a well-oiled outfit, but, after Warner broke the ice in the 28th minute, there was no turning back. The youngster returned in the 69th minute to complete his brace. Meanwhile, Warner was ably assisted by Kelvin Hintzen and Amani King, who found the back of the net in the 26th and 34th minute respectively to contribute to their 4-0 victory.

Jequan Cole (on ball) netted a helmet trick for Dolphin (Jemima Holmes Photo)

Christianburg’s claim for the top spot was solidified after a draw between Golden Grove Secondary and President’s College in the final match of the day.
The all-East Coast clash was actually a top-of-table contest, as the two schools were positioned first and second in the League before Sunday’s games. Near misses and off-target shots reigned supreme and when the going got tough, there were even shots from midfield directed at the goal.
But, it was the goalkeepers’ game to lose and the two youngsters remained unbeaten, resulting in a stalemate.

CWSS’s Demoll Warner (on ball) netted a brace (Jemima Holmes photos

Earlier in the day, Jequan Cole of Dolphin Secondary lit up the MoE Ground with a helmet trick to spur his team’s first win of the League. Cole netted in the 1st, 34th, 51st, and 68th minutes. Also adding their names to the scoresheet were Jamaal Williams and Daniel DeHaarte, who scored in the 58th and 68th minutes respectively, for Dolphin’s 6-0 win over a struggling Friendship Secondary.
A victory was also on the cards for North Ruimveldt Secondary on Sunday, over West Ruimveldt. Hansjie Camacho, Omar Sam, Jevon Pluck, and Jayden James contributed one apiece for their 4-0 win.
The Guyoil League will continue next Sunday at the same venue, as it enters the final two rounds of competition.