Wismar/Christianburg Secondary ahead on points

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Defending champions Wismar/Christianburg Secondary was declared to have forfeited their win against Linden Technical Institute (LTI) after fielding an ineligible player during their matchup in the Edward ‘Screw’ Richmond Secondary School Football Championships.
However, the unit holds the top spot in group-B on six points from two games while Mackenzie High remain without a point after two losses. New Silver City sits on three points in the group from one match whilst Harmony are yet to record a point after one match.
Wisburg had defeated LTI 2-1 at the Wisburg Secondary School ground through goals from Joel Innis in the fourth and 65th minute. However, it was discovered that the team fielded a player over the stipulated age requirement in the contest.
Due to outcome, Wisburg now has three points from two matches in group-A while LTI has four points from two matches. Also on four points from two fixtures are Linden Foundation Secondary (LFS) while Private Schools Combined (Marcia Craig’s Institute and School of Excellence) are without a point from two matchups.
Meanwhile, Christianburg/Wismar Secondary defeated Mackenzie High 1-0 through an Omar Brewley strike in the 68th minute at the Wisburg Secondary ground on Monday.