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ExxonMobil Under-14 tournament
North Ruimveldt Secondary put on a show on Saturday last to seal yet another win and keep their streak clean in the second edition of the ExxonMobil Under-14 Boys’ tournament.
North Ruimveldt Multilateral squad came out blazing on Saturday to take a win over Annandale Secondary. Orlando Dickie netted a hat trick with goals scored in the 11th, 13th and 19th minutes; Akeem Perreira secured a brace with two successful strikes in the 8th and 15th minutes, and Jevon Pluck contributed one for the 6-0 win.
St. Mary’s enjoyed a 4-1 win over Plaisance, thanks to a double by Delon Eastman (8th, 10th), one from Tyrese Jeffery (13th), and an own goal. The Plaisance consolation goal came off the boots of Alex Ramotar in the 22nd.
Lodge Secondary overcame Ann’s Grove after a brace from Tyrese Boodhoo (12th, 23rd) and a goal from Joseph Harry (3rd) allowed them to secure 3 goals, whereas Ann’s Grove scored one, which was struck by Akeem Gouveia.
St. John’s College secured their first win of the tournament by silencing East Ruimveldt 3-1. Daniel Xavier was outstanding for St John’s with two goals in the 1st and 11th.
Marian Academy did well to rebound from a loss last week to trample Uitvlugt Secondary 3-0. Daniel Lowe (12th) Malick Barrer (13th) and Ariel Innis (15th) produced a team effort to propel Marian to their first win.
The 3-0 score was the same for Caramel Secondary in their victory over President’s College. Shem James (3rd), Nephi Allicock (33rd) and Ian Daniels (36th) each found the back of the net for the win.
An own goal on Queenstown’s part made the difference in their encounter against Dolphin Secondary, which they lost 3-2. Jude Charles (17th) and Ronaldo Forde (36th) added one each to the own goal, making Dolphin’s tally three, while Tushawn Valenzuela (31st) and Jason Titus (33rd) scored for Queenstown.
A lone goal from Jitzah Martinez (33rd) enabled Cummings Lodge to defeat Brickdam Secondary. And New Campbellville Secondary edged past Richard Ishmael Secondary by a 2-1 margin.
In draws for the day, Golden Grove and Charlestown played to a one-all game, thanks to goals from Quintin December (8th) and Krischan Mc Lenon (16th) respectively.
Additionally, Tucville Secondary and Saint Stanislaus College played to a 2-2 draw. Dwayne Kelman (7th) and Jamal Embrack (36th) scored for Tucville, while Jasiah King (15th) and Shalam Ault (34th) scored for Saints.
The ExxonMobil Boys’ and Girls’ Under-14 tournament will continue this Saturday at the Ministry of Education Ground, Carifesta Avenue.